The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office Administration is responsible for supporting all operations and administrative duties of the Sheriff’s Office sworn and civilian personnel as directed by the Sheriff and Chief Deputy.
Public Information Officer
Meghan Ashbaugh serves as the Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer and prepares written content for publications, informational resources, special projects, press releases and assists the Sheriff in innumerable communications-related functions.
In addition to her role as the PIO, Meghan serves as the Administrative & Fiscal Administrator where she is responsible for a range of duties including internal and external communications, as well as, operational, logistical, hiring, reporting and financial duties for the agency. Meghan is also charged with managing contracts, handling all overtime-related payroll matters, invoicing and tracking all special event security details, overseeing federal task force agreements and payments and assists with grant management.
Meghan was hired by the Sheriff’s Office as a Real Estate Clerk in 2004 after graduating college. A short time later, she was promoted to work in the Administration Division as Sheriff Mullen’s Administrative Assistant.
Meghan graduated with honors from Duquesne University with a degree in Communications Studies and a minor in Theology.
A life-long resident of Allegheny County, Meghan currently resides in Frazer Township with her husband, Dustin, and their two daughters.