Bucyrus Police Department

  • Agency: Bucyrus Police Department
  • Address: 500 South Sandusky Avenue, Bucyrus, 44820 OH
  • Chief: Kenneth Teets (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-562-1006
Fax: 419-562-5341

Bucyrus Police Department is located at 500 South Sandusky Avenue, Bucyrus, 44820 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Teets. The Bucyrus Police Department phone number is 419-562-1006.

Bucyrus Police Department News

Martin Luther King Day is also a National day of service. Warm clothes for those in need are still being received at City Hall and available for pick-up. The Bucyrus Police Auxiliary currently has eleven members and is a civilian, volunteer, non-sworn, support unit of the police department. The Auxiliary is a great way to serve your community and applications are available at the police department. If you have a valid license, are a high school graduate, age 18 or older and no felony record, stop in and pick up an application. For more information on ways to serve check out https://www.nationalservice.gov/mlkday Be careful, the roads are slick again today....Chief Koepke

Martin Luther King Day, Day of Service https://www.nationalservice.gov/mlkday

To our community, we are so grateful that you’ve stood behind us and given us the resources necessary to serve you in the way you all deserve. Also, thank you for your collaboration. Without your involvement, none of this is possible. Keep the tips coming! http://www.bucyrustelegraphforum.com/story/news/local/2018/01/13/happened-crawford-county-bucyrus-police-chief-dave-koepke/1024694001/

Map of statewide county road conditions at 10:20 pm.

County by county road conditions. Crawford county level one. Blowing and drifting snow and small creeks flooded today possibly causing extra hazard in low lying areas.

1658 hr. 01/12/2018 Crawford County is under level one road conditions. Wind chill is a concern also. There is blowing and drifting snow.

••••Weather Notice•••• Winter weather advisory through 4pm 1/13/2018. Icing beginning Friday during the day then snow. https://alerts.weather.gov/cap/wwacapget.php?x=OH125A8C5C1CAC.WinterWeatherAdvisory.125A8C78E5D0OH.CLEWSWCLE.84c21f77256c931d88f69db247441547

More #RandomActsOfKindness @BucyrusPDOhio 1/10 and 1/11 in lobby of City Hall. Please leave donations or stop in and pick up what you need to stay warm.

Warm Clothes being accepted at City Hall 2pm -5pm 1/10 and 1/11. If you need warm clothes stop in anytime Weds. and Thurs. to pick some up. Bucyrus Meals and Food Pantries Holy Trinity, 760 Tiffin St., Monday 5pm-6pm Father's Heart Healing Center, Assembly of God, 320 Woodlawn Ave., Tues., Thurs., Friday 4:30p-5:30pm Good Hope Lutheran, 129 W. Charles, Weds. (2nd and 4th Wednesdays) 5:30pm - 6:30pm Seventh Day Adventist, Stetzer at E. Mansfield, 2nd Saturday Lunch, 12:30pm - 1:30pm First Presbyterian, 125 S. Poplar, 3rd Saturday, Lunch, 11am- 12 noon. St. John's UCC, 120 S. Lane St., Last Saturday of month, Lunch, 11:30am- 12:30pm Bucyrus United Methodist outreach center, 216 Hopley at Walnut and Woodlawn, Dinner on Third and Last Sunday's of month, 4:30pm - 5:30pm First Baptist Church, 235 Woodlawn Ave., Dinner, 4th Sunday when there are 5 in a month, 4:00pm - 5:00pm Salvation Army, Lunch last week of month, 11am- 12:30pm For more information: https://www.facebook.com/The-Salvation-Army-Bucyrus-OH-200063823402525/ http://www.bucyrusborn.com/

#RandomActOfKindness today and Thursday 2 pm to 5 pm at City Hall donations of warm clothing are being welcomed. Anyone needing something warm can stop in and pick what they need. Please one hat, coat or pair of gloves per person. Cheri Pennington is here 2 pm to 5 pm both days receiving donations. Anyone in need pick up anytime. Cheri Pennington is on a mission to make sure anyone homeless has warm clothes.

On this National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day here is today's afternoon shift.

Be careful driving. It looks like we are headed for a brief warm up and mid winter mud this week then another deep freeze in the 10-day forecast. https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/bucyrus-oh/44820/daily-weather-forecast/335031?day=1

Crawford County is under level one conditions. Most of the schools are closed. Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 1 PM EST 1-8-18 The rain snow sleet mix includes freezing rain, causing VERY slippery roads steps walks and parking lots. If you drive like it's sunny and dry you may need an officer to investigate a crash. It won't be Sam today because he has retired and here is his story. http://crawfordcountynow.com/local/bpd-officer-retires-after-26-years/ We ask that you please use caution during today's morning commute. As usual, give yourself extra time this morning, leave early, allow for longer commute times, watch for other drivers. Slow Down, and please get where you're going safely. please feel free to visit dot.state.oh.us or www.buckeyetraffic.org In the photos we have the Administration presenting Sam retirement awards, a gift for Sam from the firefighters and conditions for emergency response in coastal Virginia. Be careful out there....Chief Koepke

Here is the final official message to Sam from our station KQA229. We will miss you Sam but we are better for having you for 26 years, and here is a link to Sam's story. http://www.bucyrustelegraphforum.com/story/news/2018/01/05/caldwell-hanging-up-bucyrus-badge-after-25-years/1001685001/

#LastDay @BucyrusPDOhio for Sam has been a nice day and thanks to all that stopped to say hello.

Congratulations to Sam Caldwell for his retirement today after 26 years of service with The Bucyrus PD. Sam graduated from Bucyrus High School and is a veteran of The United States Marine Corps. He returned home to admirably serve Bucyrus and his presence at the PD will be missed by his co-workers and citizens. Sam is an avid athlete and he's as fit now as when he started. He consistently had the highest annual fitness test scores and we wish him well in his future endeavors. Check out our twitter feed and join in on the hashtag fun #LastDay @BucyrusPDOhio. Thank you Sam. Chief Koepke.

Scam Alert from the CCSO and MCSO.....The sheriff’s office will not call and ask for personal information and never collect money over the phone. Jury duty information is sent out by mail or by personal service by a uniformed and identifiable sheriff’s deputy. Never give out personal information over the phone and never give out account information. If someone asks you for account information or to send money it is a scam.

The Students of Mary Ann Basinger the Bucyrus Suzuki Strings stopped at City Hall on their Christmas Carol tour. Merry Christmas Bucyrus.

Are you ready for Christmas? Christmas carols are ringing out at the library and elsewhere this afternoon. #CommunityUnity is joyful #OperationHope for the season and a Happy New Year. Drive Safe.

Thank you to the Beck and Hall families for their awesome Christmas snacks! Angel, Mercedes, Tyson, Braxton, Summer, Xander, Aubrii and Dakota! Merry Christmas from Bucyrus Police 🚔

Operation Hope for Christmas in full swing!! Smiling faces and happiness!! Thanks Bucyrus!

#CleanOutTheCoinTray on BPD twitter feed. Dave stopped by and now Captain Ray Valdez of Salvation Army is on the scene. Thanks for your generous donations. Chief Koepke.

Out at at WalMart for Kiwanis and Salvation Army and this is Hunter-and Nathan from the WalMart cart crew. Stop by and say Hi. Merry Christmas. Chief Koepke.

Thank you Wynford Teen Institute for the generous gift of Christmas Cookies. Thanks for being good sports for our live interview.