Mayfield Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Mayfield Heights Police Department
  • Address: 6154 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, 44124 OH
  • Chief: Joseph Donnelly (Chief of Police)
Phone: 440-442-2323
Fax: 440-442-6360

Mayfield Heights Police Department is located at 6154 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, 44124 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Joseph Donnelly. The Mayfield Heights Police Department phone number is 440-442-2323.

Mayfield Heights Police Department News

Come in this weekend for your free Halloween glow sticks. While supplies last.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Girard Police Department along with the family and friends of Officer Justin Leo, who was killed in the line of duty on Saturday night. Thank you Channel 19 for a great story!

Mayfield Heights businesses now have City mandated Video Surveillance Systems! Mayfield Heights Mayor Anthony DiCicco introduced and City Council passed Codified Ordinance 787.01 in 2016, requiring certain businesses to install and maintain a video surveillance system. The city had granted a year-long period for businesses to become compliant. This ordinance is believed to be the first of its kind in Ohio and is intended to help protect local business employees and customers. The ordinance requires every bank, carry-out food and drink establishment, check cashing business, convenience store, firearm dealer, off-sale liquor business, secondhand dealer, pharmacy, hotel or other type of retail business in the City to install a video surveillance system. Police will only have access to these videos if a crime occurs, or if an employee believes a crime has occurred. When the business contacts the Police Department they will now have video evidence available to assist in the arrest and prosecution of criminals. The police department is responsible for inspecting the video systems and making sure that the camera quality and locations are in compliance with the ordinance. Once inspected the business is given a sticker which they can put on their entrance door. This announcement is being made to inform persons who work, shop, and live in Mayfield Heights that the Mayor and City Council takes your safety very seriously. This notice is also being made to inform individuals that may enter these businesses, with an intent to commit a crime, that they are being recorded and their image will now be available to the police. Just another way that Mayfield Heights continues to be a “Vibrant Community”!

We would like to welcome our newest friend to the police department. Just a little help for those people that don't see the sign. We will be able to move this to problem areas as they come up. A special thanks to the service department for getting it up and running.

Surveillance Camera Mapping Project About the program: The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office Crime Strategies Unit would like to invite you to assist their efforts with a new initiative surrounding surveillance cameras. This initiative would benefit all of us by helping to keep our streets, yards, homes, and businesses safe. Simply put, the Prosecutor’s Office would like to locate privately owned security cameras in our community, either residential or commercial. When video footage in a specific area would be useful, we would like the local police department to be able to contact the owner of the camera. This will allow law enforcement to view the footage and request a copy if it is helpful to their investigation. Please consider participating in this program, which is completely voluntary, but would go a long way in enhancing security. Your information will be securely kept with the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office and will only be shared with our law enforcement partners. Personal contact information will not be furnished to the public. This information will be used strictly for investigative purposes to make our communities a safer place to live. How to register your surveillance camera You can register your camera information either online or by filling out a paper registration form. •Click here to complete and submit the online registration form; or •Download the paper form, complete, and either fax, email, or regular mail to: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office ATTN: Crime Strategies Unit 1200 Ontario Street, 9th Floor Justice Center, Courts Tower Cleveland, OH 44113 Fax: 216.443.7601 Email: Do not hesitate to call with any questions at 216.443.7800.

We honor our fallen today. 9-11-2001.

We would like to officially welcome Ptlm. Goykhberg and Ptlm. Fratantonio as the newest members of the Police department. We wish you the best of luck as you begin your careers at MHPD.

Opiate Awareness Presentation: Tomorrow Night 6pm @ the Mayfield Heights City Hall Council Chambers (6154 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights). We're hoping to pack the house! Please join us for a special presentation by members of the S.P.A.N. Drug Enforcement Unit tomorrow night. Learn how this epidemic is affecting our City and the surrounding communities, what the police are doing about it, what signs to look for, and what potential solutions may be to controlling it. Heroin and other opiate abuse affects all of us in some way. Here’s your chance to learn more about it and what you can do to help your community and keep your family safe. You don’t want to miss this! The S.P.A.N. Drug Enforcement Unit is comprised of officers from the Hillcrest area police departments of Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, and Richmond Heights. They investigate drug crimes, all fatal and non-fatal overdose cases, and target drug dealers that operate in our area.

The Mayfield Heights Citizens Police Academy deadline is coming right up. We need all applications in by this Sunday. If you are still contemplating what we do in the CPA take a look at some of the pictures and see what you have been missing. Please contact Lt. Rodney Leonard at if you have any questions. Go to our website for additional information and fill out the "Apply Now" section to get in THIS year.

The Mayfield Heights Police Department's Honor Guard presented the colors at the opening of the Our Lady of the Wayside luncheon at Landerhaven today. Established 50 years ago, Our Lady of the Wayside supports children and adults with developmental disabilities. MHPD officers (from L to R) Sgt. Mele, Cpl. Mytrosevich, Cpl. Woods, & Lt. Leonard were joined by a few of the Cavs cheerleaders. Some days our job is tough. This wasn't one of them!

Time is running out!!! If you have an interest in joining us at this years Citizens Police Academy we need your applications immediately. We will be starting our Annual Citizens Academy on Monday September 11th at 6:00pm. This is a great opportunity to learn more about what our Police Department does and build relationships at the same time. If you have an application please turn it in as soon as you can. If you need an application please use this link; , and I will email you an application. This year is shaping up to be our best yet! Be a part of something great!

To our residents on Gates Mills Blvd. and the streets off of the Blvd. please read the following. This Sunday is Bellefaire JCB’s 22nd annual Biathlon, Walk and all-new 5K. Our route takes runners, walkers and bikers through your neighborhood. You will be able to exit your driveway, but please be cautious of event participants and understand that brief traffic stops might occur around intersections. The event begins at 8:00 am and finishes around 10:30 am with a post-event picnic for participants and volunteers. The start and finish lines are on Bellefaire’s campus, 22001 Fairmount Blvd, Shaker Heights. Walkers and runners travel up and down Belvoir Road, while the 13-mile biking route winds through Shaker Heights, University Heights, Beachwood, Pepper Pike and Mayfield Heights. For information, including route details, please see The Biathlon raises important funds to support the array of behavioral health, substance abuse, education, autism, and prevention services Bellefaire provides each year to 22,000 children, youth and families. Learn more at BOGO! In appreciation of our supportive neighbors, I am excited to offer you an exclusive buy one get one discount for this year’s event. Contact Christine at to register. Don’t want to participate as an athlete but you want in on the action? Why not volunteer! Email Christine about that, as well! Christine Domme Manager of Special Events and Annual Campaigns Wingspan Care Group One Pollock Circle 22001 Fairmount Blvd. Shaker Heights, OH 44118 (216) 320-8512

Important announcement!!! It is that time of the year again! We will be starting our Fourth Annual Citizens Police Academy on Monday September 11th at 6:00pm. The seats are filling up fast, so time is of the essence. If you have an application please turn it in as soon as you can. If you need an application please use this link; , and I will email you an application. This year is shaping up to be our best yet! Space is very limited!!

Heroin & Opioid Awareness Presentation: Please join us for a special presentation at the September Neighborhood Watch meeting on SEPTEMBER 5th at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers of City Hall. This presentation will be hosted by the S.P.A.N. Drug Enforcement Unit, which enforces drug laws, targets drug dealers, & investigates all drug overdose cases in the cities of Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, and Richmond Heights. Ignorance is not always bliss. Part of the solution to this problem is through education. You will come away from this presentation with more knowledge about the growing threat to our community and the surrounding area. The presentation will focus on: • How & why heroin & other opioids are seeing an alarming increase in abuse • Understanding what happens to the brain & the body when using these drugs • Understanding why people overdose and what an overdose looks like • The signs of being under the influence of these drugs, what the drugs look like, and the paraphernalia associated with opioid abuse • How bad the problem is in our area (national, state, & local statistics) • What are your local police departments doing to combat this epidemic • What is fentanyl & carentanil and why are they mixed with heroin and other drugs • What are potential solutions to this epidemic This presentation is a must see. Please join us on September 5th.

****** TRAFFIC UPDATE SR-91 *********** Please see below. Revised schedule for SOM starting 8/7/2017 Monday: Partial depth repairs on the south bound lanes ( Police are scheduled to help with traffic ) Delays should be expected Tuesday: Chip seal and intermediate course of asphalt ( Police are scheduled to help with traffic ) Delays should be expected Wednesday – Saturday: casting adjustments

Good video about keeping your dog in the car during the days of summer. Please watch.

We would like to thank everyone that came out last night to our National Night Out. It was great hanging out with everybody and we thank you for the continued support of our safety forces.

*********************Traffic Alert**************** Resurfacing on Som Center Rd. has begun. The project is to last a couple of weeks. Please remain patient in that area or avoid it. We will keep you updated.

One day away from our National Night Out. Check below for what we have planned. 1) Neighborhood watch meeting 6:30. 2) Free Hotdogs start at 7:00. 3) Inflatables start at 7:00. 4) Bike rodeo (bring your bike) 7:00. 5) Touch a truck (police, fire and service) 7:00. 6) Driving Simulator 7:00 (bring your teen driver). 7) Wing eating contest (bring your appetite). 8) K-9 demo 8:15. 9) Fireworks at dusk Several other things including face painters, Dr. Urawesome bubble guy and balloon twist artist.

National Night Out!!! Who: The safety forces of the city. What: backyard party at South Park. Inflatables, bike rodeo (bring your bike), face painting, touch a truck, Teen driving simulator, free hot dogs, K-9 demonstration, wing eating contest sponsored by Winking Lizard and fireworks at the end of the night. Where: City Park by the tennis courts on Marsol. When: August 1, 2017 at 6:30 pm.

Cpl. Woods stops to visit with a young resident taking a walk with his mom. Cpl. Woods, a die-hard Browns fan, didn't even issue a ticket for wearing a Cowboys ball cap. What a nice guy!

A night to hang out with the safety frorces of Mayfield Hts. Free hotdogs, touch a truck, bounce houses and fireworks at the end of the nightl

One week away don't miss out!!!