Dublin Police Department

  • Agency: Dublin Police Department
  • Address: 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin, 43017 OH
  • Chief: Heinz von Eckartsberg (Chief of Police)
Phone: 614-410-4400
Fax: 614.761.6535

Dublin Police Department is located at 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin, 43017 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Heinz von Eckartsberg. The Dublin Police Department phone number is 614-410-4400.

Dublin Police Department News

We're ready for Halloween, are you? Trick or Treat night is next Tuesday in Dublin, plan ahead with these safety tips: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/trick-or-treat/

Council meets tonight at 7pm. Watch it live: http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-council-live/

Dublin City Schools recently announced the name of its new branch campus set to open next fall. It will be called the Emerald Campus. Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley explains why the campus is needed in this week's Dublin News in :90. You can learn more by heading here: www.DublinSchools.net

Clean out your medicine cabinets and bring your pills to Scioto Park Tuesday from 6-7:30 p.m. You don’t even have to get out of your car! Just drive up, and Dublin Police Officers 👮 will be there to collect. AND you’ll get free Dublin Irish Festival tickets just for participating! #RemoveTheRisk #TakebackTuesdays

Take a look inside the transformed recently renovated Columbus Marriott Northwest in Dublin, which includes the M Club and Two Brother Bar and Kitchen – a new dining destination in Dublin. #EverythingGrowsHere #ThriveInDublin #DestinationDublinOhio http://www.econdev.dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-marriott-northwest/

We're more than half way through National Pizza Month! Have you gotten to try these local favorites yet? And don't forget to check out the Dublin Ohio CVB's guide to pizza in Dublin 🍕 --> http://bit.ly/2xDc7YO

Seeing more Dublin Police cruisers in these locations this week? These are the "hot spots" where drivers most frequently ignore bus stop signs and illegally pass. It's not safe. Please don't do it! #NationalSchoolBusSafetyWeek.

Congratulations to 7 Dublin-based businesses recognized by Columbus Business First as the top 50 fastest growing companies in the Columbus region, including #2 Ease Logistics founded by Jerome High School Dublin Ohio grad Peter Coratola. Thank you for choosing Dublin as your home. #Fast50 #ThriveInDublin #EverythingGrowsHere http://www.econdev.dublinohiousa.gov/business-first-fast-fifty/

Is anyone else wondering who the next celebrity pumpkin/s will be? Will it be a 3peat for the Trumpkin? #dublinishome to famous celebrity pumpkins.

Heading to the Spooktacular today? Here's where to park. Please note the Post Road closure and plan accordingly: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/halloween-spooktacular/

Rounding out our series for National Planning Month this week is Joanne Shelly on mobility: http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-innovates-mobility/ #dublinnovate

Thank you to our young and enthusiastic group of participants in this week's Stranger Safety Class with the Dublin Police Department! #SaferTogether

UPDATE: We are now sold out of tickets for tonight’s Trunk or Treat during the Halloween Spooktacular. Don’t fret if you don’t have a ticket, there are lots of other fun activities and entertainment to be found at the event, find out more here: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/halloween-spooktacular/

Recreation staff held a BYOP (bring your own pumpkin) decorating contest this week. Head to the Dublin Community Recreation Center to check out the final products and vote for your favorite! Share your fall photos using #falling4dublin for a chance to win a prize: http://dublinohiousa.gov/recreation-services/preschoolyouth/

"Being green in Dublin goes beyond our Irish heritage to the public infrastructure that supports this growing community" –JM Rayburn on green infrastructure, for our National Planning Month series: http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-innovates-green-infrastructure/ #dublinnovate

Get the lay of the land before heading to Spooktacular this Thursday. Check out maps and more: http://dublinohiousa.gov/events/halloween-spooktacular/ Our Top 10 Halloween Hijinks not to miss: 1. Trek Down the Trunk or Treat Trail 2. Get Crafty at Columbus Museum of Art’s Cardboard Creations 3. Have a Hay Day in the Mysterious Maze 4. Face Your Fears in the Haunted Trail 5. Meet a Pirate or Princess in the Lantern Lagoon 6. Enjoy Eerie Exhibits like The Bug Man and Turtle Lady 7. Take a Paranormal Portrait 8. See Strolling Stilt Walkers 9. Help Crown the King and Queen of Halloween 10. Relish the Boo Boogie or Hip Hop Halloween

Our week of highlighting innovations in Dublin planning continues with some words by another of our planners, Devayani Puranik: http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-innovates-economic-development/ #dublinnovate

The B.R.E.A.D! Festival returns Saturday, October 21 from 12 to 9 p.m. in the Historic Dublin District. Drivers, find road and parking impacts here: http://dublinohiousa.gov/newsroom/dublin-bread-festival/

Know of a non-profit that improves the quality of life for Dublin residents, corporate citizens and visitors? The City of Dublin is now accepting applications for 2018 Hotel/Motel Tax Fund grants through Nov. 3: http://dublinohiousa.gov/taxation/hotelmotel-tax-grant/

Ever wonder what it's like to be a city planner? This week we take you into the mind of some of our own in honor of National Planning Month. First up, Lori Burchett on form-based code: http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-innovates-form-based-code/ #dublinnovate

The City of Dublin is launching a new initiative to collect unused and expired prescription pills. Dublin Police will hold “Take-back Tuesday” events at various parks around Dublin to provide a convenient, safe way for residents to dispose of their medications. Residents who attend one of our events will receive a free ticket to the 2018 Dublin Irish Festival! #RemoveTheRisk Dublin Police Chief Heinz von Eckartsberg explains the importance of the initiative in this week's Dublin News in :90. You can learn more by heading here: dublinohiousa.gov/newsroom/dublin-launching-take-back-tuesdays-to-fight-opiate-crisis/

Join us is celebrating National School Bus Safety Week by driving extra carefully in school zones and near school buses. Remember, NEVER pass a bus with its stop sign deployed. #StopOnRed

As the yard signs start popping up before election day November 7, here's what you need to know: http://dublinohiousa.gov/vote

Dublin's 23rd roundabout is now open at Avery and Brand Roads. There is still some paving work on Brand Road next week, but traffic is now maintained in all directions! Thank you for patience and please drive safely!

It's National Pizza Month & we are celebrating all month long! Check out the Dublin Ohio CVB's guide to pizza in Dublin 🍕 --> http://bit.ly/2xDc7YO