Submit your application to the Borough Manager or Police Chief at
1300 Brinton Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
or fax to 412-242-2860
Borough of Braddock Hills is looking for part-time Patrol Officers. Applicants can pick-up applications at Borough Building between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or download from website at braddockhillspa.com
Hiring process will include interview, passing background checks and drug testing.
Position starts at $20.60 per hour with 2nd and 3rd shift differential increase.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.
The Braddock Hills Police Department is committed to excellence by providing high quality service to our community in a professional and courteous manner, which entail good ethics, trust, integrity, leadership and compassion. We recognize and respond to all emergencies with sincerity to the needs of those who are concerned for their safety, welfare or are temporarily unable to provide for themselves.
The Braddock Hills Police Department is a fully staffed, 24 hour service consisting of 18 officers, both full and part-time. The department is overseen by the mayor and Chief of Police, with the assistance of a Sergeant and Corporal who provide patrol, investigations, traffic enforcement as well as enforcement of borough ordinances.
Jack Brown, Mayor
Dean Helinski, Chief of Police
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Officer on Duty Option 4
POLICE REGIONALIZATION UPDATES
On October 5, 2023, Braddock Hills and Swissvale officials and employees met with representatives of Pennsylvania Department of Economic and Community Development.
Prior to this meeting, each borough was given a survey to submit to the State to assist them in their initial report. The survey requested information for each department including wages, number of personnel, equipment, vehicles, and amount of calls for past three years.
This meeting was strictly an introduction to each other and to let us know that they will begin working on an initial report to be done in the next two months. Once we receive the report, we will review it and make sure there are no concerns prior to sharing it with the public.
Again, this is still in the early planning stages and we will keep our constituents updated of each step as it happens.
CITATIONS AND FINES
Payments for parking citations can be made payable to "Braddock Hills Borough". You can drop off your payment at the municipal building or mail to
1300 Brinton Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15221. CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS OR EXACT CASH ONLY!
Fines for other violations are submitted to the Magistrate Judge. The following is the address and contact information:
Magistrate Judge (District 5-2-08)
21 Yost Boulevard, Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Phone: 412-646-1837 (Public)
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