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

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police would like to wish Dispatcher Spohn well as he has taken a position with the City of Newark as an EMT. Congratulations!

Theft Suspect Officer Dave Burks is trying to identify this individual who is suspected of stealing items from the Family Dollar store located at Brice & Livingston. If you recognize this suspect contact Officer Burks at 614.322.7818 or

Thank you so much to our wonderful community for your tremendous support during the deaths of our Westerville brothers. Your expressions of sympathy, love and support are so overwhelmingly kind. There are too many to name, but each of you know exactly who you are. From holding our hands with tears in our eyes, hugs, handshakes and pats on the back to the generous donations of food; mean so much to us. Your love and support reminds us why we put the uniform on and why we are able to return to put it on again the next day. Your support cannot be put into words – just know that we are thankful for you. Westerville Chief Morbitzer said every town can be #whatevertownstrong. The events of this past week and the response of the community let’s me know we are #ReynoldsburgStrong.

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police is in need of your assistance as we develop our strategic plans. We will be utilizing a series of short surveys to further our mission of “The Police and Community, in a cooperative effort, will work to promote a safer Reynoldsburg through education, prevention and enforcement."

RPD is honored to be part of the funeral procession today for the Westerville fallen Officers. We are with you and we support you. #westervillestrong

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police would like to thank Cotner Funeral Home for their generosity and donations today, it is very much appreciated!

Reynoldsburg Division of Police 2018 Goals

Uniformed Patrol Officers will have an increased presence throughout Reynoldsburg City Schools today.

RPD showed strong support through representation at the vigil for the Fallen Heroes last night in Westerville. Thank you to all the officers and civilian staff who participated in the event.

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police would like to give a big thank you to Emily Snedegar and Kaylie Torres-Malis for bringing in pizza for our department today!

This morning a very kind citizen and her daughter brought breakfast into the Department to show their support. The support we receive from our community is very much appreciated.

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police would like to welcome our 3 newest Officers to the community. They were formally sworn in this evening in front of our Council members. Congratulations to our new hires!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Westerville Division of Police, stay strong and know we support you.

FRAUD SUSPECT Do you recognize the male on the right wearing the dark baseball cap? Officer Lisa Connors is trying to identify him. He is suspected of using a cloned credit card in Newark, Ohio. If you know this subject or recognize him please contact Officer Connors at 614.322.7826 or

THEFT SUSPECT Do you recognize this individual? He is suspected of stealing a cell phone while at the library on Brice Road. If you know this suspect please contact Officer Justin Ward at 614.322.7823 or

Reynoldsburg Division of Police 2017 Year End Report

UPDATE Thanks to our followers on social media Officer Manny has identified the suspects. THEFT SUSPECT On 1/29/18 at 1:50 PM, the female in this photo committed a felony theft offense at the the Reynoldsburg Best Buy in Taylor Square. This suspect was accompanied by a white male and a white female and stole both Xbox and Play Station game consoles. The suspects left in an older rusty silver Honda Civic. If you can identify the female in the photograph, or have any information about this crime, contact Officer Manny #96 at 614-866-6622 or

Wear your Safety belt, YOUR life depends on it!

There may currently be a delay in NON-EMERGENCY phone calls over the next hour due to phone maintenance.

It is illegal and very dangerous to fire a gun within Reynoldsburg city limits. Please celebrate the arrival of 2018 in a safe and legal manner....not with gunfire.