May 17, 2017 Luncheon/Meeting

Senior Patrol Officer Mike Spagnoletti from the Community Relations/Crime Prevention Division of the Allegheny County Police Department will be speaking on personal identification safety and senior personal safety.


Officer Mike Spagnoletti is a 24 year veteran of the Allegheny County Police Department and currently serves as the Community Relations/Crime Prevention Officer and AAA Safety Officer for the Department. He has spent 30 years in law enforcement as a military police officer, municipal police officer and currently as a county police officer.

He is a nationally certified Child Safety Seat Technician, Internationally certified Crime Prevention Officer, Nationally certified D.A.R.E. Officer and a Pennsylvania State Certified Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission Instructor (MPOETC). Officer Spagnoletti is also a Penn State University accredited Field Training Officer (FTO), Pennsylvania Safe Schools Internet Safety Instructor, as well as an FBI certified police instructor. He is certified in the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program and a member of his department’s CIT trained staff. He is also trained on many other safety programs for children and adults such as internet, bullying, child identification, driver’s safety and senior safety to name a few.

As the Community Relations Officer for the Allegheny County Police Department, Officer Spagnoletti is responsible for teaching or conducting programs throughout the entire County of Allegheny. Each year he teaches or conducts presentations to over 55,000 residents and visitors to Allegheny County and throughout the region. He educates preschool children on programs such as seat belt safety, pedestrian safety, personal safety and injury prevention. He teaches bullying prevention, drug awareness, conflict resolution and crime prevention to elementary, middle and high school students. He also conducts driver’s education and DUI prevention programs for high school and college students as well as senior citizens. He instructs college students on drug and alcohol safety as well as personal safety. He instructs senior citizens on crime prevention and prescription drug safety. Officer Spagnoletti also provides numerous programs to businesses and companies on driver safety, crime prevention, personal safety and workplace violence prevention.

For more information about the Allegheny County Police Department you can visit their Facebook page at

Identity (ID) theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud. The identity thief can use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status, and cost you time and money to restore your good name.

Senior Personal Safety – Older people and their families worry about crime. Though older people are less likely to be victims of crime than young people, the number of crimes that happen to them is hard to ignore. Older people are often targets for robbery, purse snatching, pick-pocketing, car theft, or home repair scams. During a crime, an older person is more likely to be seriously hurt than someone who is younger.

All luncheons start at Noon at the
DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton
Take Exit 67 off Parkway West, I-376
Turn left onto Mansfield Avenue
Turn right at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton sign

ACRA members – $17.00 w/reservation
Non-members and guests w/reservation – $20.00

ACRA members w/o reservation – $20.00 paid at the door
non-members and guests w/o reservation – $23.00 paid at the door

Mail all reservation checks to:

P.O. Box 112615
Pittsburgh, PA 15241-0215