Gahanna Police Department

  • Agency: Gahanna Police Department
  • Address: 460 Rocky Fork Blvd, Gahanna, 43230 OH
  • Chief: Dennis Murphy (Chief of Police)
Phone: 614-471-8080
Fax: (614) 342-4300

Gahanna Police Department is located at 460 Rocky Fork Blvd, Gahanna, 43230 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Dennis Murphy. The Gahanna Police Department phone number is 614-471-8080.

Gahanna Police Department News

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Help identify this suspect! He used a stolen credit card number at an ATM. If you recognize him let us know. 614-342-4240.

Behind the mirrored glass in the lobby of the Gahanna Division of Police you can find one of the most integral parts of a police department. The individuals that sit behind this glass are the first people that you talk to in a time of need. They are the heart of emergency response. Their reassuring voices are heard but they are rarely seen. Their jobs help save lives of officers and community members. This week we thank them for their dedication and hard work. #Nationalpublicsafetytelecommunicatorsweek 💙💓

April 8 - 14 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Last year, our Dispatchers handled 5,978 9-1-1 calls. Please join us in thanking our Dispatchers for all the great work they do!

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Officers Gordon & Torrie would like to remind drivers to keep their attention on the drive. If you suspect someone is driving distracted/impaired call GPD at 614.342.4240 #DistractedDriving #GahannaPD #justdrive

‪Today marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We honor his life and legacy through our service to others.

This pretty girl was found on Schyler. If you know her owner or where she belongs, let us know!

Beware of scammers this tax season!

Please join us in congratulating the new graduates of the 2018 Joint Citizen's Police Academy New Albany, Ohio Government Police Department.

As part of the Division’s participation in the Franklin County DUI Task Force, the Gahanna Division of Police will have additional patrols throughout the St. Patrick’s Day Weekend to reduce the threat to public and roadway safety caused by impaired drivers. Chief Spence and the entire Division reminds you to select a designated driver, drive safely, wear your seatbelt, and most importantly – don’t drink and drive. To report a potentially impaired driver contact the Gahanna Division of Police at 614-342-4240, or call 911 in an emergency. The Gahanna Division of Police wishes everyone a festive and safe St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!

“Our SRO’s are more than just police officers, they are mentors.” - Franklin County Sheriff's Office #schoolsafety

Please join us tonight for an important discussion on school safety.

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Thank you to Gale Cornute and friends for showing us love today by providing us lunch! We appreciate you and the rest of the community showing us love and support!

Citizen shout-out to Officer McConkey for helping out these girls by unlocking their mom's car!

Feeling the love and support from our wonderful community. Thank you to the Staff of Jefferson Elementary and Three Creeks Church for the goodies.

Our thoughts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters of the Westerville Police Department.

Congratulations Chief Spence on completing the CLEE program!

After 28 years of distinguished service to the citizens of Gahanna and 38 years total in law enforcement Officer Dean Blamer will retire this Friday, 2/9. Last night, Officer Blamer was recognized by Council and Mayor Tom Kneeland - It's a New Day Gahanna for his outstanding service to the Gahanna Division of Police. Today, he was honored by Gahanna-Jefferson Schools. Please join us in wishing Officer Blamer well has he embarks on this next chapter in his life. Thank you Officer Blamer for Leading by Example, your hard work and dedication to Gahanna.

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After 21 years of exceptional leadership, with 24 years of service to the City of Gahanna, Chief Dennis Murphy will retire. Having served as the City's longest standing Police Chief, he transformed the Division into a modern, professional police force. During his tenure, Chief Murphy implemented the Division's community-oriented policy strategy because he recognized that when we stand together along those we serve...we stand stronger. Because of this philosophy, Chief Murphy established bonds of trust and cooperation between the Division and our diverse neighborhoods that will endure through the administrations of Chiefs to come. For those he led, he raised expectations, demanded excellence, and demonstrated by example what it truly means to Serve and Protect. He equipped the Division with the right tools for the right that we could not keep our community safe, but keep each other safe as well. Because of his leadership, today the Division is a standard bearer of central Ohio law enforcement. And though his service has now come to a proud and safe close, Chief Murphy leaves behind a force of nearly 80 strong...A force comprised of some of the finest men and women in law enforcement and public safety. He leaves us with a clear understanding of our objectives...and a singular focus on executing our mission. Chief Murphy, we wish you a happy, long, and healthy retirement. We thank you for the legacy you leave behind. Together, we will carry on your purpose!