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4877 Fenn Road
Medina, Ohio, 44256

Emergencies: Dial 911
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 330.723.5191
Station Phone: 330.723.1408
Station Fax: 330.725.7717
David L. Arbogast, Chief of Police

Commitment to Excellence in Service

We believe that policing should be interactive, results-oriented process between the police and the community. The process is information driven and should create partnerships between the police employees, the department and those we serve: Identify problems that impact the quality of life in the community, devise strategies to address those problems: and work collaboratively to sole them by utilizing all resources available.

PLEASE TAKE OUR SURVEY: The Medina Township Police Department is committed to providing quality service, and we need your help to accomplish this goal. This is an anonymous survey to determine the concerns and views of our citizens about police community relations. Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey. Your opinion is important to us. Only through your valued opinion, and those of your neighbors, can we fully understand the progress we make and identify the problems we need to further address.

YOUR RESPONSES WILL REMAIN ANONYMOUS UNLESS YOU REQUEST TO BE CONTACTED AT THE END OF THE SURVEY.

Directions: Click on the link below and answer the questions to the best of your knowledge.

Residential Survey

How Can We Improve Community & Police Relations?

CHANGE STARTS WITH YOU….

The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board and the Office of Criminal Justice Services launched the Change Starts Here Campaign as a part of Ohio’s intensive agenda to improve community-police relations. Warhol & WALL ST, a Columbus-based lifestyle marketing and creative development company created the multi-pronged outreach and education campaign geared to raise awareness about community-police relations in Ohio.

As part of the overall scope of responsibility for the Ohio Collaborative, the public awareness campaign will:

-Educate law enforcement on how to better interact with the community they serve by focusing on appropriate and effective programming especially those programs that promote positive educational interactions between law enforcement and youth in the community;

-Educate the general public on strategies to improve community-police relations including how to appropriately interact with law enforcement and how law enforcement should appropriately interact with the public; and

-Educate the community about the duties of law enforcement and the nature of their responsibilities in order to raise citizen’s awareness and understanding of law enforcement’s obligation to protect and strengthen the vital partnership between the community and law enforcement. Go to Website.

 

SIGN UP NOW - Medina Community Citizens Police Academy

Medina Community Citizens Police Academy The Medina Community Citizens Police Academy, a partnership of Medina City, Montville and Medina Township Police Departments, is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 3rd Joint Citizens Police Academy. This FREE, 10-week program is held every Wednesday night from 6:30-9:30pm. The academy is open to all Medina County residents, and a background check will be required. This Citizen's Academy will give an in-depth view of Police work, though it is not intended to train individuals to become a police officer. Some topics to be covered: drug court, booking process, community orientated policing, and decision making scenarios. To register or for more information: go to www.tiny.cc/citizenspolice / call 330-661-0142 / E-mail: MedinaCommunityPoliceAcademy@gmail.com.

EVENTS

On behalf of the Medina Township Police Dept. we want to thank everyone who stopped by on August 1 for our Cookout with a Cop - National Night out. What a great turnout we had! We will be posting pictures and video later this week.

We also want to give a special thanks to those businesses that donated food, games and items for this event and everyone who helped make this a success.

Please click on the photo above to view more photos.

Click here to read the Article from the Medina Gazette.

Read the article in Medina County Life by clicking here.

 

Notices:

Road Closings and Updates:

Medina US Route 42 Widening Project:

US 42, from just south of Harding Street to just south of Reagan Parkway, will continue to have restricted lane widths as work continues throughout the project. Traffic, from just south of Reagan Parkway to just south of Fenn Rd., has been shifted to the west side of the roadway. Grande Blvd., at its intersection with US 42, is reduced to 10’ lanes. No left turns are still in affect at East/West Reagan Parkway onto US 42 and at Ledgewood Dr. and Hillview Way from US 42. Schedule is subject to change and weather permitting. Specific project work can be found online at transportation.ohio.gov/42. The project is expected to be complete in October 2018.

Weekly Update

For more information contact: District 3 Communications at 419-207-718

 

From Chief Arbogast

We have added a new page called Nextdoor The private social network for your neighborhood.   https://nextdoor.com/ you can go to the link on this page and register. This page will have  posts from our department about things we feel the community should be informed of.  Please be sure to sign up if you would like to get these notifications.

Buying on the Internet can be dangerous - We Can Help!!! Did you ever buy or sell something on the internet & then have to meet the buyer/seller at your home, their home or in a parking lot? Why not meet them at the MTPD at 4877 Fenn Road. We have reserved parking and the lot is video recorded 24/7 to make sure you are safe. Please click here for full details.

“IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING”. The police cannot help you if they are not notified. The Police Department works 24/7 including holidays.

IRS Phone Scam Information - click here.

Grandparent Scams: In a typical Grandparent Scam, a con artist calls or emails the victim posing as a relative in distress or someone claiming to represent the relative (such as a lawyer or law enforcement agent). The "relative" of the grandparent explains she is in trouble and needs their grandparent to wire them funds that will be used for bail money, lawyer’s fees, hospital bills, or another fictitious expense. Read More.