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"Proudly Serving Zelienople and Harmony Boroughs"      

Intergovernmental Cooperation since 1975


Emergency - 911


All calls that require Officer response must

be dispatched by contacting 911.

This will ensure timely response by an Officer.


Chief James A. Miller

111 West New Castle St.

Zelienople, PA 16063

724-452-3003 x441


Administrative Office Hours: 

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Monday - Friday

(724) 452-3003

(724) 452-7840 - FAX

E-mail zelienoplepd@zoominternet.net


If you see any suspicious individuals or suspicious activity, please contact 911 immediately. This will ensure our Officers are able to make contact with the suspicious individual while he/she is still in the area or investigate any suspicious activity while it is in progress.


The Zelienople Police Department serves the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  We are staffed with 8 full-time and 1 part-time, professionally trained officers.  We also serve Harmony Borough through a contractual arrangement.

Sergeant Charles Carlson, 724-452-3003, extension 447

Patrolman Wayne Magill, 724-452-3003, extension 446

Patrolman Sean Adomaitis, 724-452-3003, extension 448

Patrolman Melanie Dodson, 724-452-3003, extension 449

Patrolman Michael Kopp, 724-452-3003 extension 442

Patrolman Kevin Mikulan, 724-452-3003 extension 416

Patrolman Thomas Goldie, 724-452-3003, extension 412

Patrolman Erik Magness, 724-452-3003 extension 451

Patrolman Bret Myers, 724-452-3003 extension 452

An asset of the Department is that, because of the small geographic area covered, the response time to calls is extremely short.  Zelienople also has a percentage of crime solution that is more than double the State average.  Recognizing that the Zelienople area has a very low crime rate, the Police Department focuses on "prevention of crime" particularly with our youth.  Activities include the D.A.R.E (Drug Awareness & Resistance Education) program taught in our schools and school tours through the Police Department.










  Updated:  07/31/2017