Berea Police Department

  • Agency: Berea Police Department
  • Address: 11 Berea Commons, Berea, 44017 OH
  • Chief: Mark Schultz (Chief of Police)
Phone: 440-234-1234

Berea Police Department is located at 11 Berea Commons, Berea, 44017 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Schultz. The Berea Police Department phone number is 440-234-1234.

Berea Police Department News

Officer Dan Kelly has been the liaison officer with Boys2Men for two years. Dedicating his time working with this fine organization. He was recently recognized by Boys2Men for his work with their group. Congratulations to Dan for this well earned award!

Meet Ptl. Charles Gute!

Traffic Alert: Bridge St and the Triangle are temporarily closed in the downtown area for the Service Department to hang Christmas lights. This closure should only be in place for a few hours. Thank you for your patience.

Thank you to everyone who stopped to visit with Officer Kelly, Sgt. Greenhill and BW Intern Travis at Coffee With a Cop. We addressed issues such as distracted driving, concealed carry, community outreach, drug education in our schools and work with local civic organizations. Thank you to the Berea Recreation Center, Cafe Ahroma and the Berea Elks, who were having their annual Hoop Shoot competition. Good luck to all the kids who were contestants. Travis and Officer Kelly enjoyed shooting hoops with the kids. We are looking forward to our next Coffee With a Cop at the Rec!

Coffee With a Cop today from 9:00 am-1:00 pm at the Berea Rec Center. An opportunity to meet some of your officers and discuss issues that concern you in the community.

Today is the day! The Maryssa's Mission Foundation Toy Drive begins today and runs through November 30th. There is a collection box in the lobby of the police station. Please consider supporting this local Berea effort to help families of medically fragile children.

Hope everyone had a safe and SPOOKTACULAR Halloween! Enjoyed seeing so many kids trick or treating!

Happy Halloween!! Trick or Treat hours in Berea today are from 6pm-8pm. Please use caution when driving and look out for pedestrians. Our officers will be in the neighborhoods throughout the evening to provide safety assistance and pass out candy. #SafeBerea

Thank you to Steve Blair for your generous donation to start off our 2017 Toy Drive to support the Maryssa's Mission Foundation! There will be a toy collection box in the lobby of the police station from November 1st-30th. Berea Police will be a collection point for this toy drive.

Earlier tonite, we had a chance to stop at the First Annual Longbrooke Halloween party! We met lots of families and had fun handing out candy to the kids. Happy Halloween!

Just a reminder that today between 10:00am and 2:00pm, Berea Police Department, in partnership with Walgreens located at 6 E. Bagley Rd., is accepting all your unused or expired medications as part of National Rx Drug Take-Back Day. Let us help you dispose of those medications properly!

On Sunday October 22, 2017 at 8:24 p.m., the Mr. Hero at 7 W. Grand St. in Berea was robbed by a male wearing a mask and carrying a handgun. The male suspect fled following the robbery eastbound across Front St. No one was injured during the robbery. The Berea Police Department working in conjunction with North Olmsted PD and Elyria PD were able to locate a vehicle that had been involved in the Mr. Hero robbery at Motel 6 in Middleburg Hts. on Monday October 23rd. The male robbery suspect along with a female accomplice were followed as they left Motel 6 in the suspect vehicle and were subsequently detained in a McDonalds parking lot at W 32nd and Clark Ave. in Cleveland. The male and female suspects were identified as Daniel Begin of Columbia Station and Casey Liberty of Amherst. The male and female suspects were arrested and are currently in jail awaiting arraignment. The suspects may be responsible for at least three other fast food restaurant robberies occurring over the last two weeks in Lorain County and Lake County. Interagency cooperation and diligent Police work made the arrest of these suspects possible. The Berea Police Department is proud of the efforts of its members and wish to thank all other agencies involved in the apprehension of these individuals.

Berea Police Department and Walgreens are partnering for National Rx Drug Take-Back Day, this Saturday October 28th from 10am to 2pm. Bring your unused or expired medications to Walgreens ,located at 6 E. Bagley Rd., Berea, OH, where they will be collected and disposed of properly.

North Rocky River Dr has reopened to traffic in both directions.

Traffic Alert! North Rocky River Dr will be closed in both directions at the railroad bridges due to emergency maintenance being done by Norfolk Southern. As we have more information, we will continue to post. We will also post when the road has reopened. There will be detour signs posted. Please avoid the area! Thank you for your patience.

Officer Joe Quinn had a great time this morning at the first ever Longbrooke cross country race! It was nice to see so many families out on a Sunday morning enjoying the sun. Congratulations to all the medal winners and to everyone who participated.

The Berea Police Department is proud to partner with the Maryssa’s Mission Foundation to collect new, unwrapped gifts valued at $5 or more for our area children’s hospitals. The Maryssa's Mission Foundation (MMF) aspires to change and positively impact the lives of families facing the challenges of caring for a medically fragile child. The MMF does this by focusing on three primary services where children's hospital resources fall short of the needs of admitted families. The MMF has procedures and partnerships to ensure the families of medically fragile families are receiving MMF Signature Blessing Bags, Delicious Meals, and Temporary Housing in some areas. From November 1st-30th, community members and businesses wanting to help can take their new, unwrapped gifts to the Berea Police lobby and place them in a collection box. Donations will also be accepted at the MMF annual Breakfast with Santa Fundraiser on Saturday December 9th, hosted by Applebee’s in Strongsville. Tickets for that fundraiser are $10.00 each. Picture opportunity with Santa and breakfast is included. Gift ideas include but are not limited to: Suggested toy items include: boy and girl action figures (paw patrol, princesses, etc.) Hot wheel cars, Barbie Dolls, infant toys, nail polish, activity books, etc. Email with any questions. (Gift and monetary donations may be tax deductible based on your particular-tax situation*). *The Maryssa’s Mission Foundation is a 501C3 Nonprofit and proud member of the Berea Chamber of Commerce.

Families Affected by Drugs is a family support group created in conjunction with the Safe Passages program and sponsored by the Berea Elks. They meet the first and third Thursday of every month at the Berea Elks Lodge from 6:30-8:30pm. The Elks Lodge is located at 626 North Rocky River Dr. in Berea. Tonight, Dr. David Brill, an addiction specialist, is the guest speaker.

Thank You Thank You! It was an honor representing the Berea Police Department at the Opioid Roundtable at Berea Midpark High School last night! A special thanks to 107.3 and Mark Ribbins for setting this up and WEWS'S Corrina Pysa for moderating. Thanks as always to the Berea School Board for letting us use the school's auditorium.

Our officers had a wonderful time interacting with children from Berea and surrounding communities at the 2017 Harvest Festival. Pictured are Det. Dennis Bort and a future officer.

The week of October 15th is National Teen Driver Safety Week! The greatest dangers for teen drivers: alcohol, inconsistent or no seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and passengers. Let's help keep our teen drivers safe all year round! #SafeBerea #DriveSafeOhio

Stop by and visit our table at this year's Harvest Festival! We will be handing out candy and speaking with families. Hope to see you there!

#tbt The Berea Historic Society was founded in 1959 by Dorothy Marks McKelvey. #BereaFact

Walk to School Day! Watch for kids on the streets on your way to and from work. Stay #SafeBerea!

Meet Sgt. Tim Paul!