Upper Arlington Police Department

  • Agency: Upper Arlington Police Department
  • Address: 3600 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, 43221 OH
  • Chief: Brian Quinn (Chief of Police)
Phone: (614)583-5150
Fax: (614)457-6620
Email:

Upper Arlington Police Department is located at 3600 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, 43221 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Brian Quinn. The Upper Arlington Police Department phone number is (614)583-5150.

Upper Arlington Police Department News

Preparations for the transition from in-house 911/dispatching to the Northwest Regional Emergency Communications Center are going well, with Fire and EMS emergency calls already transferred to the Dublin-based facility: http://tinyurl.com/yaj85pln

Our thoughts are with Officer Leo’s family. Rest in peace brother, we will take it from here

Fun Fact Friday - in 1976 the Police Division employed 48 police officers #UAfunfactfriday

Thank you to the students in Ms. Wilson's classes for lunch today at the High School to honor First Responders. We all had a great time!

Today the UA Police and Fire employees are having lunch at the High School. There is NO emergency at the School.

Congratulations on 17 years with the PD Sergeant Hall !

Earlier this fall, our Fire Division launched an innovative new paramedicine program—CARES—that is focused on education, injury prevention and building community partnerships to help improve the lives of UA residents: http://tinyurl.com/ycgz63z6

Members of the PD participated in the Purple Stride 5K this month in honor of retired Officer Hamilton. Over the year we raised over $10,000 for Pancreatic Cancer Research. Thank you to all who participated and donated to our cause.

Fun Fact Friday- in 1948 a police radio cost about $64. Today a handheld radio costs about $3,000 #UAfunfactfriday

CRIME ALERT: On October 7, 2017 between 7:00 PM and 7:15 PM, victim was walking her dog in the 1400 block of Pemberton Rd when she was approached by a male suspect. The suspect approached her from the west and greeted her, asking about her dog and the writing on her shirt. The suspect then groped the victim, walked away and went south on Tremont Rd. The suspect was described as around 45 years old, short clean cut hair, wearing a blue “scrub type shirt” medium build and between 5’8” and 5’9”. The victim was not injured in this assault. If anyone has information on the incident, please contact Det. Adam Molter at 614-583-5156 or amolter@uaoh.net .

Now taking applications for police officer.

Friday Fun Fact - Two way radios installed in police cruisers in 1948 #UAfunfactfriday

Thank you for the last 3 years of service to the City of UA Officer McKean! Keep up the good work.

Please help ID this theft suspect who is stealing out of cars in the overnight hours. Call detectives 614-583-5175 w/info

TRAFFIC UPDATE: On Thursday and Friday of this week, expect traffic delays on Fishinger Road, west of Upper Arlington/SR33, as a Columbus construction project wraps up. The roadway will be milled Thursday and then repaved Friday. Alternate routes are to take either Trabue Road to the south, or Hayden Run to the north.

There have been several thefts from vehicles over the past few weeks. A common fact in these thefts is that the vehicles were UNLOCKED at the time of the theft. Our best advice to our citizens is this; if something is of value to you, do not leave it in your vehicle, remember to always lock your vehicle and do not leave your keys in your vehicle. We have increased patrols in neighborhoods to attempt to catch the thief.

When you see a crime please call immediately. This Facebook page is for information sharing, not reporting crimes. We have had several people report seeing crimes on the messaging feature of this page. Though we appreciate the information sharing, This page is not monitored 24/7 so the best way to report a crime is to call the PD at 614-459-2800 or 911 if it is an emergency.

Fun Fact Friday - 1935 the first police radios in UA, they would only receive calls & not transmit. Call boxes still used #UAfunfactfriday

Fun Fact Friday - The first police cruiser was a 1934 Plymouth #UAfunfactfriday

On September 3, 2017, a stolen credit card was used at Walmart, 1221 Georgesville Road, Columbus. If you can identify the male suspect, please contact Detectives at 614.583.5175 |

Friday Fun Fact - the first police officer was also a school teacher and coach #UAfunfactfriday

Office Windham brings home the hardware at Cops & Kids, best Specialty Vehicle for the DARE mobile ! Congrats! And thank you again to the Upper Arlington Community Foundation for helping to make this vehicle what it is today .