Chief Dan Dudik
44 North Forest Street, Geneva, OH 44041
Fax: (440) 466-0098
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||National Crime Prevention Council www.ncpc.org
|Ashtabula County Dog Warden (440) 576-6538
||National Highway Traffic Safety Administration www.nhtsa.dot.gov
|Ashtabula Cty. Juvenile Court: (440) 994-6000
||Northwest Ambulance: (440) 466-4900
|Ashtabula County Courts System courts.co.ashtabula.oh.us
||Ohio Crime Prevention Association www.ocpa-oh.org
|Adult Protective Services (440) 994-2020 www.cdss.ca.gov
||Ohio Department of Public Safety www.ohiopublicsafety.com
|Child & Passenger Safety Laws 1-800-755-GROW
||Ohio Transportation Information System www.ohgo.com
|Childrens Services (440) 998-1811
||Victim of Crime: (440) 576-3523
|Home Safe: (440) 992-2727
|Western County Court: (440) 466-1184
|National Citizens Crime Prevention Campaign www.weprevent.org
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ACTIVE SHOOTER: How to Respond Resource Materials
DHS has developed a series of materials to assist businesses, government offices, and schools in preparing for and responding to an active shooter.
How to respond when an active shooter is in your vicinity booklet
How to respond when an active shooter is in your vicinity booklet (spanish)
It is illegal to use or possess tobacco products under the age of eighteen (18). Vendors must obtain a permit from the city to sell tobacco products.
Under the age of thirteen (13) is 9:00pm. Thirteen (13) and older is 10:30pm Sunday-Thursday and 12:00 midnight Friday and Saturday.
FAIR HOUSING INFORMATION
What Is Fair Housing
Fair Housing For All
Landlord Tenant Responsibilities
The Division of Police is specifically charged with protecting the life and property through the prevention of crime, the apprehension of criminals, the recovering of lost and stolen property and the fair and impartial enforcement of the ordinances of the city of Geneva, the laws of the State of Ohio, and the laws of the United States of America.
The Police Department has twelve full-time officers and four full-time dispatchers. The Police Department is characterized by a highly trained staff, coupled with advanced technology and communication equipment. Additionally,the department provides countless public services beyond the traditional law enforcement role.
March 12,1867 Calvin Bartholomew was appointed borough marshal. First recorded lawman in Geneva history.
1871 Full-time night watchman and four reserve watchmen appointed.
1914 Charles Maltbie became village constable.
May 27, 1929 A motion was passed by Geneva Village Council for the organization of a police force.
Carl Pangburn and Howard Stowe became the first officers of the Geneva Police Department.
1929 Geneva Police Department's first police cruiser, a blue Ford Touring car purchased for $495.00.
April 3, 1958 Geneva became a city and Herbert Riedel, formerly the marshal for the police department, became it's first police chief.
1963 Police radio equipment was purchased.
1976 The nations Bicentennial was celebrated with a Bicentennial Police Car.
1992 Computers used by police department.
1995 Geneva's Community oriented policing (COPS) begins.
1997 Geneva's first School Resource Officer (SRO).
1999-2000 Mobile Data system-computers enter the police cars.