Cranberry Township Police Department

Chief Kevin Meyer
Address 2525 Rochester Road
Cranberry Township PA 16066
Phone 724-776-5180


The Cranberry Township Police Department has been proudly protecting and serving the community since 1956. From modest beginnings, the Department has grown to include 31 full-time police officers, including a Chief of Police and three Lieutenants who oversee the Investigations, Support Services, and Operations Divisions.

The Patrol Services Unit is comprised of four Patrol Sergeants and 19 Patrol Officers, 3 of whom serve as dedicated School Resource Officers to the three Seneca Valley School District schools within the Township. The Detective Unit is comprised of three Detectives and one officer assigned to the Pennsylvania State Police Auto Theft Task Force. The Department has recently added a Social Services Coordinator who will support both the public and Department personnel by providing specialized assistance, consultation and case follow-up for crisis intervention and mental health services and needs. The Department is supported by an outstanding clerical staff. 



The primary goal of the Cranberry Township Police Department is to continue to make Cranberry Township a safe and secure community for everyone that lives, works, or visits the area.


Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania has grown from a rural agricultural community to an international center of business and sought-after place to live.

Cranberry includes just over 23 square miles and a population of more than 30,000 – up from less than 15,000 in 1990. The largest municipality in Butler County, Cranberry is located 20 miles north of Pittsburgh at the intersection of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Interstate 79, and other major throughways.

That geography was the catalyst for a boom of economic development beginning in the 1990s. Corporations such as Westinghouse, MSA Safety Inc., and the Pittsburgh Penguins have since chosen to call Cranberry home. Through careful planning by the Board of Supervisors, coinciding population growth has been measured, sustained, and incremental, allowing the Township to grow in-step.

That includes expanding emergency services, infrastructure, and recreation offerings. The Township boasts three major municipal parks, a Waterpark, Sports Court Complex, and the award-winning Cranberry Highlands Golf Course, as well as endless programs, activities and community events aimed at creating a welcoming, diverse community.


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