Reynoldsburg Police Department

  • Agency: Reynoldsburg Police Department
  • Address: 7240 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, 43068 OH
  • Chief: Dave Suciu (Chief of Police)
Phone: (614)866-6622

Reynoldsburg Police Department is located at 7240 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, 43068 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Dave Suciu. The Reynoldsburg Police Department phone number is (614)866-6622.

Reynoldsburg Police Department News

RPD would like publicly recognize and thank all of our employees who are US Military Veterans. Thank you for your service! Jason Aamodt – USMC Dave Bauchmoyer – Coast Guard John Bock – Army Bradley Cline – USMC Jim Costlow – Army Tim Doersam –USMC Bill Early – Army Robert Evener – Coast Guard Damon Faraone – USMC Spencer Fisher - Army Nathan Grodhaus – USMC /Army Tony Hines – Army Ed Kallay – Air Force Tim Kessler – Navy Ryan Kiser – USMC Mike Loyszczyk – Air Force Brian Marvin – Army Kevin McDonnell – Air Force Sean McGrew – Air Force Joe Pickering – Army Nicholas Petrello - USMC Jeremy Severance – Army Joe Taggart – Air Force Donald Travis – USMC Frank Weirick – USMC Ron Wright - Army

You may notice RPD officers with facial hair throughout the month of November. We did not change our uniform appearance standards. These officers are participating in "NO SHAVE NOVEMBER" to raise awareness for cancer. No-Shave November is a month-long journey during which participants forgo shaving and grooming in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness. You may donate to the cause at:

Help our local Hero reach his goal, after all its for the children...

RPD will be hosting our annual Heroes and Helpers (formally Shop With a Cop) event at the Target store in Taylor Square. If you would like to donate to this effort please contact Officer Michele Fulton at 614.322.6937 or

If you need a break from holiday shopping, join Taylor Square Community Officer Tamara Jackson and other members of RPD at our Holiday Coffee With a Cop. Our sub station is located directly behind the Chipotle restaurant at the coner of SR256 and Farmsbury Drive.

RPD is happy to report that we had a safe and uneventful Trick or Treat last night. We brought in extra officers to patrol the neighborhoods and we had more fun than the kids.

Please protect yourself, we all are at risk

Please be safe this Halloween

Spooky Truths Regarding Halloween Safety On and Off the Road Kids love the magic of Halloween: Trick-or-treating, classroom parties and trips to a neighborhood haunted house. But for moms and dads, often there is a fine line between Halloween fun and safety concerns, especially when it comes to road and pedestrian safety. In 2015, about 6,700 pedestrian deaths and 160,000 medically consulted injuries occurred among pedestrians in motor vehicle incidents, according to Injury Facts 2017, the statistical report on unintentional injuries created by the National Safety Council. NSC research reveals about 17% of these deaths occurred when pedestrians improperly crossed roads or intersections. Lack of visibility because of low lighting or dark clothing accounted for about 15% of the deaths. Other circumstances varied by age: Darting or running into the road accounted for about 15% of deaths in kids ages 5 to 9 and 7% for those 10 to 15. Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than on any other day of the year, and October ranks No. 2 in motor vehicle deaths by month, with 3,550. August is first, with 3,642 deaths. Follow These Ghoulishly Good Practices To help ensure adults and children have a safe holiday, the American Academy of Pediatrics has compiled a list of Halloween Safety Tips, including do's and don'ts: A responsible adult should accompany young children on the neighborhood rounds If your older children are going alone, plan and review a route acceptable to you Agree on a specific time children should return home Teach your children to never enter a stranger's home or car Instruct children to travel only in familiar, well-lit areas and stick with their friends Tell your children not to eat any treats until they return home All costumes, wigs and accessories should be fire-resistant Avoid masks, which can obstruct vision If children are allowed out after dark, fasten reflective tape to their costumes and bags, or give them glow sticks When buying Halloween makeup, make sure it is nontoxic and always test it in a small area first Remove all makeup before children go to bed to prevent skin and eye irritation Children and adults are reminded to put electronic devices down, keep heads up and walk, don't run, across the street. NSC offers these additional safety tips for parents – and anyone who plans to be on the road during trick-or-treat hours: Safety Tips for Motorists Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing Discourage new, inexperienced drivers from driving on Halloween

Update: This person has been identified thanks to our Facebook followers. Several tips came in that led Officer Burks to the person he was looking for. Suspicious Person Brook Farm / Old Church Area Do you recognize the subject in these photos? He was recorded on a home monitoring system trying to open car doors in the Brook Farm / Old Church area (Brice Road north of Main). If you recognize this guy please contact Officer Dave Burks at 614.322.7818 or

Receiving Stolen Property Suspect Do you recognize this person? She is suspected of using a stolen credit card that was recently taken from a Limited employee. Please contact Officer Mike Loyszczyk at 614.322.7813 or with any information.

Is it that time already? 2017 Heroes & Helpers Event!!!

A message from Community Resource Officer Jackson in response to an increase in "Dine & Dash" offenses at the restaurants in Taylor Square. Dining and Dashing is a criminal offense. If you enter a restaurant and leave without paying your bill that is considered theft. Theft is a criminal offense and you can be arrested. Theft is punishable up to one year in jail and/or fines up to $1,000.... not including the amount of the bill that was not paid. Generally the employee that waited on you must pay the unpaid bill. That is money stolen away from their families. Restaurant employees have been instructed to contact the police and will prosecute those who try to dash without paying their bill. Pay your bill, tip your server. If you have an issue please talk to the manager. Don’t be that person who gets charged for dining and dashing. Ofc. T. Jackson #124 Reynoldsburg Division of Police Community Resource Officer Taylor Square 7240 E. Main St. Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 (614) 204-6710 (cell) (614) 866-6622 (dispatch) (614) 322-6962 (fax)

Some photos from TTFD's Open House.

As always TTFD hosted a great Open House this afternoon. RPD SWAT and our Community Resource Bureau joined the effort.