Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Department Mission Statement

The Mission of the Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Department is to enhance the quality of life and deliver superior services with professionalism, respect, integrity, dedication and excellence to all within all communities served.

Full Time Position Available

Part Time Position Available

Speed Reports

Sycamore 3.8.21 thru 3.15.2021

Mars Crider WB 3.2.2021 thru 3.9.2021

Mars Crider EB 3.22.2021 thru 4.5.2021

Franklin Rd. NB 1.21.2021 thru 1.28.2021

Castle Creek @ Georgetown 9.29.2020 to 10.23.2020

Mars Crider Northridge WB 7.12.2020 thru 7.13.2020

Mars Crider Northridge WB 6.30.2020 thru 7.4.2020

SR 228 E East Bound 10.4.2019 thru 10.15.2019

Harrison St. S Washington St. 1.1.2020 thru 1.4.2020

West Main at School 5.27.2020 thru 6.2.2020

School Zone Evan City WB 1.4.2020 thru 5.12.2020

S Washington at Van Buren 5.12.2020 thru 5.27.2020

Cumberland at Westburn 12.9.2019 thru 12.23.2019

Castle Creek at Saxony 9.13.2019 thru 9.25.2019

Belle St.N 11.29.2019 thru 12.8.2019

May Lane 9.22.2019 thru 10.3.2019

Harrison St. 12.27.2019 thru 12.31.2019

Franklin St. SB 9.4.2019 thru 9.22.2019

Northridge Dr. EB Seven Fields 8.8.19 thru 10.30.2019

West Main East 12.11.2019 thru 12.20.2020

Traffic Volume Reports

Volume by Time Report Mars Crider Northridge WB 7.13.2020 thru 7.14.2020

Volume by Time Report Mars Crider Northridge WB 6.30..2020 thru 7.4.2020

Volume by Time Report Mars Crider EB 6.30.2020 thru 7.6.2020

Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Department

Residents are asked to notify their home security companies of the change in Police Departments.
The Police Department will have an office at:

2200 Garden Drive, Suite 200A
Seven Fields, PA 16046

For all police matters please dial 911

In Seven Fields (Butler County), you must dial 9-1-1 for Police, Fire and EMS services.

The Butler County 9-1-1 center manages all requests for service and support. Calling office numbers will result in a delayed response. We understand that callers may be uncomfortable dialing 9-1-1 for what they feel is a non-emergency, however, the 9-1-1 system in Butler County tracks all calls and dispatches the necessary law enforcement or emergency personnel through 9-1-1. Calling 9-1-1 ensures the proper response and follow-up. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire, and/or an ambulance. Examples include:

  • to report a crime, especially if in progress
  • to report a car accident, especially if someone is injured
  • to report a fire
  • in a medical emergency
  • to report a suspicious vehicle and/or person
  • to report a missing person
  • to report a drunk driver
  • if you witness someone littering or loitering
  • if you witness people yelling, screaming or fighting
  • if you lock your keys in the car

Call the Evans City/Seven Fields Regional Police Department administrative office, 724-591-5993, only in these instances:

  • to follow-up on an existing case
  • inquire about an ordinance
  • request a copy of a police report
Print Friendly, PDF & Email