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MEET DUANE FISHER
DELIVERING RESULTS FOR OUR COMMUNITY
You probably remember Duane Fisher better as “Officer Duane”. Working as a police officer for Mt. Lebanon for over two decades, it was very common, if not expected, to see Officer Duane on a bicycle in the Memorial Day and Halloween parades or in the Main Park on the Fourth of July. Duane enjoyed spending as much time as possible out on two wheels in the community as he worked to keep our neighborhoods safe. Duane also helped design and present programs to our school age children about safe driving and the dangers of underage drinking.
Duane Fisher understands what is important to the people of Dormont and Mt. Lebanon because he has been there to help as an officer, as a neighbor, and as a friend. He has worked closely with members of both communities over the last 20 years. Duane’s vision for the District Magistrate remains rooted in community service and engagement, common sense solutions, and fair treatment for all in our judicial system.
"I got on the bicycle as often as possible because I was able to connect with the community I serve without barriers.
It was important to me that I wasn't just showing up when something bad happened, but that I was a friendly face that people recognized and were comfortable to approach if they needed help."
VISION FOR A SAFER COMMUNITY
This has been an underlying issue for many calls I have responded to in our community