Ashland Police Department

  • Agency: Ashland Police Department
  • Address: 1211 East Main Street, Ashland, 44805 OH
  • Chief: David Marcelli (Chief of Police)

Ashland Police Department is located at 1211 East Main Street, Ashland, 44805 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is David Marcelli. The Ashland Police Department phone number is 419-289-1911.

Ashland Police Department News

The season of giving is upon us. Join us November 12th for our annual Shop With a Cop auction.

We hosted some generous visitors from Girl Scout Troop 1578 yesterday. They delivered some special donuts and care packages. The Scouts got to meet several Officers at roll call as well as Sgt. Kiley and his K9 partner Fello.

This morning a new Ashland Police Officer was sworn in by Mayor Fishpaw. Officer Adam Wolbert is a 2016 graduate of Heidelberg University, where he earned a BA in Criminal Justice. He will begin 14 weeks of field training today . He is the 28th sworn Officer on the roster.

APD is looking for anyone who may have witnessed the hit/skip crash on E Main St. near St Rte 42 today, around 5:00 pm. The vehicle that was hit was a white 2014 Jeep Cherokee. The suspect vehicle was described as a dark green Ford Ranger with blacked out rims and front end damage; the driver was a white male. The vehicle went Northbound on St Rte 42. If you have any information, please contact Lt. Bloodhart at (419) 289-3639.

Members of the Ashland Police and Fire Divisions made an appearance at Kaden Hall's 4th birthday party.

We will not forget. A big thank you to Joe Abraham and his staff for again hosting the first responder breakfast this morning.

The Countywide Emergency notification system is now on line. Ashland County Emergency Alert registration is now active on the City of Ashland website. We strongly suggest that you sign up for the alerts that apply to you to stay informed. website: www.ashland-ohio.com/alert

Today, Mayor Fispaw conducted a swearing in ceremony for Officer Leah Zeisler. Officer Zeisler comes to us from the Ashland County Sheriff's Office. As a result of back filling for retirements and resignations, she will be the first Officer paid from the income tax increase fund. She will begin her 14 weeks of Field Training today. Her appointment brings the staffing level to 27, 3 of which are still in Field Training.

Officers stopped by a Labor Day block party and met a little boy named Christian. His mom says he has always wanted to be a police officer and was very excited to meet them!

TWO OF THESE CARD SKIMMING DEVICES HAVE BEEN FOUND IN THE CITY OF ASHLAND AND ONE OUT IN THE COUNTY. Two of these devices were located by an employee of the Auditor's Office and were not of the type depicted in the video. These devices were INSIDE the panel and not visible to the user. The devices have a limited range of approximately 500 feet. Please take note of anyone acting suspiciously in the area of any gas stations. Pause -1:50 Additional Visual SettingsEnter Watch And ScrollEnter Fullscreen Unmute

Friendly reminder, cursing and name calling on this page will not be tolerated!

APD officers stopped and ate lunch with the high schoolers on the first day of school at Ashland High School.

Off. Abe Neumann showing off his skills.

11 year old Bill Leiter shows off his gymnastic skills to Sgt. Darcy Baker and Officer Abe Neumann

Today our newest Officer was sworn in by Mayor Fishpaw. Officer Alan Swaggard comes to us from the Mansfield Police Department and Summa Hospital Police. He is a resident of Ashland County and will begin his Field Officer training this week.

The signs are posted, If you wish to get involved, our next meeting is Thursday Sept 7th , 5:30 PM at the Ashland Police Division. One topic we will be discussing is the new WENS system for receiving emergency and other notifications.

We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the families of the officers who were shot and killed in Kissimmee Florida. Any loss of life is a tragedy.

TWO OF THESE DEVICES HAVE BEEN FOUND IN THE CITY OF ASHLAND AND ONE OUT IN THE COUNTY. Two of these devices were located by an employee of the Auditor's Office and were not of the type depicted in the video. These devices were INSIDE the panel and not visible to the user. The devices have a limited range of approximately 500 feet. Please take note of anyone acting suspiciously in the area of any gas stations.