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

With the nice weather finally arriving we can't wait to get the kids outside! We will be meeting at Reservoir Park Field #2 for a kickball game. If we get rained out we'll still hold youth group and we will meet at Cassidy Theater.

We wanted to say a big thank you to Maisey! She went out of her way to tell Officer Jackson thank you and offer him a soda. We can't express how much these gestures mean to us. Thank you for making our day Maisey!

This sweet girl was located in our city near 6300 block of w 130. No collar or tags. If you are her owners or know who they are please contact our department at 440-884-1234

This week we are going to be discussing school violence as the kids in our youth group expressed that they though it was an important topic to their generation. We are excited to continue having open discussions with our kids and hear their voices.

Our officers are proud members of the the Southwest Enforcement Bureau. Thanks to Brooklyn PD for sharing this video!

This sweetie was found yesterday near Tobik Trail. No collar, no tags, and is very skittish. If you are this puppy's owner or know where they belong please contact our department at 440-884-1234. Thank you! ****Remington is home safe and sound. Thanks! *****

Our department was honored to present Parma Auxiliary Lieutenant Mike Madej with not only the Presidential Volunteer Service Lifetime Award but the first ever Parma Heights Meritorious Service Award. We are extremely grateful to work with Lieutenant Madej. With his dedication to his job he really has made our city a better place and we have come to see him as one of our own. Thank you for everything you do for us Mike. Congratulations!

Officer Vinkler and Auxilary Officer Madej got to spend some time on Friday with Girl Scout Troop 71927 teaching them all about first responders and first aid. Thank you so much for inviting us girls!

Please join the Parma Heights Police Department on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 7:00pm at the Cassidy Theater 6200 Pearl Rd. We encourage all citizens to come out and join us to hear about summer opportunities available to you. We also invite you to meet your PACT officers and ask any questions you may have in an open forum. We hope to see you there!

In this Youth Group we will be discussing Vehicle Emergency Preparedness. The officers will be going over important things to have and do in case they find themselves broke down while driving. With the help of Byron Shull from Yorktown Automotive we will also be teaching them how to change their own flat tire.

April is national distracted driving awareness month. Always keep your eyes on the road, hands on the wheel and mind on driving. Distracted driving is much more than just texting and driving. #DriveSafeOhio

In this Youth Group we will be discussing the differences and similarities in each generation. We can't wait to talk to the kids about what they think are the most common misconceptions about their generation.

Bring your little ones to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt down some Easter Eggs! The Parma Heights Historical Society will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt Next Saturday, March 24, at 11:00 am right here in Commons Park. One of our PACT Unit officers will be getting in on the fun too! We hope to see you there!

Drunk driving killed 269 people during the 2012-16 #StPatricksDay holiday period. Stop the deadly cycle. Don't rely on the "luck of the Irish" to get you home safely, plan ahead and designate a sober driver. #BuzzedDriving Is Drunk Driving #DriveSafeOhio

Did you know video games are an excellent team building exercise? It helps create strong communication and a desire to see your teammates succeed. This week we are going to be doing just that. We'll be playing video games in our department range located just behind the police station at 6184 Pearl Rd. Hope to see you there!

Our department is thrilled to support one of our youth group members, Emily, in her goal to collect socks and shoes for families in need through her GIrl Scout Troop. We have a box in our lobby where you can contribute any size socks and shoes to be donated. If you are attending the Town Hall this week you can also bring them there and we will be happy to make sure they get into the donation box. Thanks for allowing us to contribute to your goal Emily!

These two sweet boys were found in Kurtz Park this afternoon. The have no collars. If you are their owner or know who their owner is please contact dispatch at 440-884-1234. Thank you! *** These pups were returned to their owner. Thank you for your help!***

This week in Youth Group we'll be teaching the kids some basic cooking skills and showing them just how easy it is to do it themselves!

Saturday February 10th two Westerville Police officers were killed responding to a potential domestic incident on Saturday. Police Officer Eric Joering, 39, and Police Officer Anthony Morelli, 54, were tragically murdered protecting the community they bravely served. Our officers had the honor of attending the funeral for these fallen heroes. We are sending our thoughts and prayers to their department and their families during this difficult time.

Please join the Parma Heights Police Department on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 7:00pm at the Cassidy Theater 6200 Pearl Rd. We encourage all citizens to come out and join us to hear about valuable resources that are available to you in our community. Transportation is available through the Senior Center.

Our department would like to offer our congratulations to Sergeant Steve Lindh on his promotion. Sergeant Lindh served our country in the United States Marine Corps, before beginning his career as a Police Officer in 2002 with the Parma Heights Police Department. During his first 16 years, he was assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division and served in numerous roles including Field Training Officer, Range Officer, PACT Unit member and Swat Officer. Sergeant Lindh will remain a member of the Southwest Enforcement Bureau Tactical Unit and will continue as an integral part of our officers Range training. Sergeant Lindh brings excellent skills in both leadership and communication and we are excited for this next stage of his career. Congratulations Sergeant Lindh!