Parma Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Parma Heights Police Department
  • Address: 6184 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, 44130 OH
  • Chief: Daniel Teel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 440.884.1234
Fax: 440.885.3889

Parma Heights Police Department is located at 6184 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, 44130 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel Teel. The Parma Heights Police Department phone number is 440.884.1234.

Parma Heights Police Department News

For this youth group we are extremely grateful to Yorktown Lanes for partnering with us for a fun night of bowling. Please note it is on a Tuesday instead of a Wednesday. Please bring your kids directly to the bowling alley. There is no cost to participate in this event. However, the kids must either reside in the City of Parma Heights or attend school here. ***KIds must have their paperwork on file or they must bring it with them for this event. You can get all the necessary paperwork here https://www.facebook.com/pg/parmaheights.police/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1945139862472889 ***

For this youth group we are partnering with Yorktown Lanes for a fun night of bowling. Please note it is on a Tuesday instead of a Wednesday. Please bring your kids directly to the bowling alley. There is no cost to participate in this event. However, the kids must either reside in the City of Parma Heights or attend school here. ***KIds must have their paperwork on file or they must bring it with them for this event. You can get all the necessary paperwork here https://www.facebook.com/pg/parmaheights.police/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1945139862472889 ***

Just a reminder for this week's Youth Group. We hope to see some new faces there!

BEGINNING MIDNIGHT 12-30-17 UNTIL 7AM 12-31-17 THE EMERGENCY SNOW BAN WILL BE IN EFFECT. ALL CARS ARE TO BE OFF THE STREET DURING THIS TIME. 440. 884.1234. To receive notices like these via text, email or phone call, sign up for ReadyNotify: https://ready.cuyahogacounty.us/en-us/readynotify.aspx

Hopefully the weather cooperates this time, we're re-visiting the ice breaker games in an attempt to get to know each other better.

Our friend Bryce came to visit us at the Police Station this past weekend! Thanks for the visit and the candy canes Bryce!

At youth group this week we'll be having a holiday party and playing some games as a group. We'll also be providing pizza and snacks. We hope to see you there!

Thank you for your feedback on the Autism decal we presented. After reading your feedback about the Autism decal our department doesn't see a need to create one. The general consensus was that families with a household member that has Autism would like first responders to know and that's the main concern. Our system does allow us to make notations on your address so that both Police and Fire will be notified when responding to a call for service at your residence. The document attached is a two page Autism Safety Application. If you would like first responders to be aware of a household member with Autism please fill it out and either mail it to or drop it off at the Parma Heights Police Station 6184 Pearl Rd Parma Heights Ohio 44130. There were also several questions about officers having specialized training to deal with residents who have Autism. While our officers are trained to deal with developmental disorders our department is currently researching what training opportunities are available specifically for Autism. If you are one of the few who wanted a decal the National Autism Association does have one available in their shop for $2.50. You can find it here: http://nationalautismassociation.org/store/#!/Big-Red-Safety-Shop/c/2416355/offset=0&sort=normal Thank you again for touching base with us on this issue!

If you have a household member with Autism please feel free to print out a copy of this Autism Safety Application and return it to the police station. This will allow both Police and Fire Departments to be aware when they are responding to calls for service at your residence. You can mail them in or drop them off at the Parma Heights Police Station 6184 Pearl Rd Parma Heights Ohio 44130

***** We were able to locate his owner. Unfortunately, he cannot care for this sweetheart and decided to surrender him. He was transported to the animal shelter on Sweet Valley. If you're interested in adopting him their phone number is (216) 525-7877. Thank you for your assistance**** This handsome, older fellow was found on York near Valley Forge. The tags on his collar are from 2011 and the reported owner is Greg Glover. We are told Greg no longer resides in Parma Heights and have no current address for him. We cannot locate his phone number either and are hoping someone on Facebook can get in touch with him and have him contact us asap. We are calling him Charlie.. He is super sweet and well trained.

****TONIGHTS YOUTH GROUP IS CANCELED DUE TO INCLIMATE WEATHER*** Unfortunately due to the snow moving in this afternoon and evening we are canceling tonights meeting. We will be meeting again Wednesday December 27th.

****TONIGHTS YOUTH GROUP IS CANCELED DUE TO INCLIMATE WEATHER*** Unfortunately due to the snow moving in this afternoon and evening we are canceling tonights meeting. We will be meeting again Wednesday December 27th. At this weeks PACT Youth Group we are going to be playing a few ice breaker games to get to know each other better. We'll be meeting at the Cassidy Theater basement again 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. If you need more information please see our photo album titled "PACT youth group." Ages 12-17 We hope to see you there!

At this weeks PACT Youth Group we are going to be playing a few ice breaker games to get to know each other better. We'll be meeting at the Cassidy Theater basement again 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. If you need more information please see our photo album titled "PACT youth group." Ages 12-17 We hope to see you there!

This past weekend we participated in our Annual Shop with A Cop event. Our officers volunteer their time to help make Christmas a little brighter for a few families. They pick them up, then head over to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #15 to have donuts. They head over to Wal-Mart to take the kids shopping and head back to the lodge to eat pizza, get their gifts wrapped, and meet Santa. They also offer their football saving services when it gets caught in a tree while playing catch! :) We feel very blessed to have the opportunity to help these families during the holidays!

During our Town Hall meeting several families in our city requested a way to let our Police and Fire Departments know that they have a child in the home who has Autism. These are the two decal designs we came up with. However, the question arose if it should be identifiable by just a symbol or something more obvious that your mailman or pizza delivery service would also be aware. We want your opinion as this decal is for you! If you have a family member with Autism please leave us a comment below and let us know which design you would prefer. While we would like to offer the option of one or the other that isn't a possibility at this time. Thank you!

Thank you for a phenomenal start to our PACT Youth Group! Between the officers, the kids, and our volunteers it seemed like everyone was laughing. We are extremely grateful to be able to build a relationship with our youth! We hope to see even more of you at the next meeting Wednesday December 13th, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at the Cassidy Theater.

As part of our new PACT unit initiative officers assigned to the unit have been assigned zones within our city. They will be out and about today to introduce themselves. If you see them be sure to say hi!

Paperwork for our PACT Unit youth group

As part of our new P.A.C.T unit we are starting a youth group in order to connect with the youth in our city. This group will meet twice a month and each meeting will have different objectives. The first meeting of the month will be used to do something fun and provide a chance for youth group members to get to know each other and the adults involved. The second meeting of the month will serve as a chance for the group to discuss preselected topics that impact young people. This group is available to kids ages 12-17. This Wednesday's meeting is a game night which will give our officers a chance to meet your kids and start to build that relationship. If you have any questions please feel free to comment below or send an email to pactunit@gmail.com We hope to see lots of new faces on Wednsday!

PARKING BAN LIFTED Wed 11/22-Sun 11/26. HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Welcome home to all the college students and families celebrating together!