We have a drug drop off box in our lobby. The drug drop off box is available for you to safely dispose of unused or expired prescription and over the counter medications. The box is available Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
*Please note that we cannot accept liquids, aerosol cans, ointments, lotions, inhalers or needles.**The box is NOT for the disposal of medications from doctor’s offices, businesses or clinics.
We roll ink fingerprints at our station. There is a $20 charge for this service which can be paid by cash or check. We do not accept payment by credit card.
Our Records Bureau is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., closed on weekends and holidays.
*We do not charge for copies of crime reports.
*We do not charge for copies of accident reports.
If you have questions regarding your towed vehicle, you can call our Records Bureau at 419-885-3721 or come into our station located at 4420 King Rd. Records Bureau business hours are Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Records is closed on holidays.
The registered owner of the vehicle must bring:
-Proof of ownership (title or registration)
-Proof of insurance, and…
If the registered owner does not have driving privileges, two licensed drivers, with identification must be present at the time of the release of the vehicle.
*If your vehicle is being held for court release, you must also bring the court
If you have reason to believe our department is holding property belonging to you, we encourage you to contact the property-evidence manager at 419-882-1735.
Once all police use of the property has been satisfied and it is approved for release, property may be obtained from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
You can call us on our non-emergency phone line, 419-882-2055 and ask to speak to a supervisor who will get the details of the incident from you.
We do not accept applications on a continual basis. We advertise when we are accepting applications and/or testing to fill open positions in a number of print publications including The Blade, Toledo Journal and La Prensa. We also post on our Facebook page and website as well as numerous on-line job boards including monster.com and area universities and community colleges.
Complaint Process: In many instances, a complaint can be handled informally. Many times a complaint originates because of a misunderstanding about this department’s function, policies, duties or the responsibilities of our members. Often a member of the department or a supervisor can provide an adequate explanation, but if a concern cannot be resolved in an informal manner, you have the right to make a formal complaint.
Contact us: Call our non-emergency phone number 419-882-2055 or come into our station located at 4420 King Rd during business hours and ask to speak to a supervisor.
Lodge your complaint: A formal complaint must be made in writing. You will be given a form to fill out asking for information about the incident and a summary of the complaint. You will also be asked for some personal information and contact details.
Complaint Review: The supervisor receiving the complaint will forward it to the Chief of Police, who will assign it for investigation. All formal complaints will be investigated with due diligence and without delay. Investigations will be completed in a timely manner and every effort will be made to ensure their completion within one year from the date of discovery by the individual authorized to initiate the investigation.
Follow-up: You will be contacted by the supervisor conducting the investigation. They may have questions or ask for additional information. They will inform you of the findings of the investigation once it has been completed.