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Robinson Township Police K9 Sporting Clays Shoot
Presented by Giant Eagle Market District
Friday, April 10, 2015
The Field Club at Nemacolin

Support your local K9 at Robinson's Sporting Clay Shoot on Friday, April 10th. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m., flights start at 12:00 noon, with a delicious buffet, prizes, and awards to follow. The 100-round course includes a buffet meal, cart and gun rental. Five stand and fun stations will be open at additional cost.

Shooters are responsible for their own ammo. Cost is $110 per individual shooter, or $400 for a team of four.

All proceeds benefit the RTPD K9 Fund and the K9 Officers Memorial of Allegheny County.
K9 Sporting Clays Shoot

 

Click here to download the registration form for the Sporting Clays Shoot.

Click here to download a flyer on the Robinson Township Police K9 Sporting Clays Shoot.

 

Robinson Township Police Department
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The Robinson Township Police Department is the primary law enforcement entity of Robinson Township, a first class township in the southwestern area of Pennsylvania. Located in Allegheny County, midway between the City of Pittsburgh and the Greater Pittsburgh International Airport, the Robinson Township Police Department consists of 26 full-time officers, one lieutenant and four sergeants headed by Chief Dale Vietmeier.

The Department participates in DARE, a school-based drug awareness program, Adopt-A-School, a nine-week program aimed at ninth graders to familiarize them with different facets of police work and entities and DANET, part of the District Attorneys Drug enforcement program. The Department also maintains a bicycle patrol that patrols the Montour Trail.
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The Robinson Township Police Department is dedicated to the safety and service of the community and its citizenry. Its Primary Goal is to provide the police services of criminal suppression and prosecution through investigation, patrol and pro-active law enforcement as well as public safety and assistance to the citizens of Robinson Township through its traffic enforcement and investigation and community involvement. Our duty is your welfare.


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Robinson Township Police Department
Emergencies: Call 911

Non-Emergency Number:
412-788-8115

Chief of Police
Dale Vietmeier