Hopewell Township Police Department
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
1700 Clark Blvd
Aliquippa, PA 15001
NON-EMERGENCY CALLS for complaints between the hours of 4PM and 8AM and on
weekends and holidays, call Beaver County Non-Emergency Dispatch 724.775.0880.
- When you meet or overtake a stopped school bus with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP.
- When you approach an intersection where a school bus is stopped with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP.
- You MUST STOP at least ten (10) feet away from the school bus.
- You MUST WAIT until the red lights have stopped flashing and the stop arm has been withdrawn before moving.
- DO NOT MOVE until all the children have reached a place of safety.
Penalties, upon conviction of violation, include 60 day Driver’s License suspension, five (5) points on your driving record and a $250 fine.
Please help keep our students safe by being aware and obeying the School Bus Stopping Law.
BUCKLE UP! IT’S THE LAW
Please be aware that it is a primary law in Pennsylvania to wear your seatbelt. If you are a driver or passenger under 18 years of age, you must buckle up. The police will pull you over, write you a ticket, and if convicted, you’ll have to pay a fine. If you are a driver 18 years of age or older and the police pull you over for another violation, you’ll receive a second ticket if you or your front-seat passengers aren’t wearing seat belts.
TOWNSHIP POLICE ADMINISTRATION/DISPATCH
Miles Newton, Joe Venturo Jr., Jim Lewis (D.A.R.E. Officer), Robert Clark, Brian Marvich, Jim Price, David Bibbee, Eric Yerdon, Ronald McMasters, Jill Banovsky, Jared Rogers, Darren Caruso, Nicollette Jena, and Aaron Lopez
PART TIME OFFICERS
Jason Chimile and Jim Stamos
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDSSandy Kisucky – Group Leader, Linda Dutkovich, Fran McDade, Cheryl Mraovich, Sandy Nelko, Darlene Sachs, Debbie Thompson, Maryann Beder, Betty Otto
To reach the Police Department officers’ voicemail call 724.378.0555
Pennsylvania’s General Assembly has determined that public safety will be enhanced by making information about registered sex offenders available to the public through the Internet. Knowledge whether a person is a registered sex offender could be a significant factor in protecting yourself, your family members, or persons in your care from recidivist acts by registered sex offenders. Public access to information about registered sex offenders is intended solely as a means of public protection.