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

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

On Tuesday May 8, 2018, police were called to the 1900 block of Stanford Road on the report of an alleged sexual assault. A female in her late teens contacted Police about an incident, which had just occurred in the area of the Miller Park Library. The female reported a male had “followed her home from the library” and “sexually assaulted” her. Investigators completed an investigation, which included interviewing all parties, reviewing video evidence, & collecting physical evidence. After a thorough review, it was determined no crime had been committed. Investigators then contacted the Franklin County Prosecutors office, who agreed with the conclusion made by investigators. As a matter of practice, the Police Division goes to great lengths to keep the public informed of incidents that may be a safety concern for the community. The division has a long history of transparency with the community. In difficult and sensitive cases like these, it would have been irresponsible for anyone to comment before all of the facts were gathered and reviewed. Our reluctance to comment on the details of this case was done in an effort to protect the privacy of both the caller and the person accused. If the facts in this case had pointed to an immediate threat to the community or if a suspect needed to be identified, the division would have leveraged social and network media to ensure information was communicated.

On May 6, 2018 at approximately 1455 hrs, two male suspects entered Kroger in Upper Arlington and attempted to pass two $50.00 counterfeit bills. If anyone recognizes the suspects or has similar cases, please contact Det. Molter amolter@uaoh.net or 614-583-5156.

What’s more likely: surviving a lighting strike, or surviving a car crash without a seat belt? You might be surprised. Always #buckleup every single time. #ClickItOrTicket "Buckling up can keep you and your family safe and it’s the law! Between May 21st and June 3rd as part of the nationwide Click it or Ticket campaign Upper Arlington Police Officers will be paying extra attention to drivers and passengers who are not buckled up. Seat belts save lives, and everyone – front seat and back, child and adult- needs to remember to buckle up – every trip, every time." http://ow.ly/lMs530jZ79J

When you have an encounter you think is suspicious or see a crime, the first thing you should do is call the police. 614-459-2800 or 9-1-1 After you have reported the problem, THEN feel free to post on Facebook to notify your community. The Police Division cannot monitor every social media site to keep up with activity. PLEASE call first.

The Stand youth engagement group along with SRO’s Rice and Greene spoke to Wellington School’s seventh and eighth grade students about the dangers of vaping.

Important construction update!

The Jim Hamilton Car show is today !!! Join us for this great event at Kingsdale Center.

The Webcheck fingerprinting system for background checks is unavailable until May 21, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Other locations in Central Ohio can be located at the Attorney General's website http://ow.ly/bcJR30jX9Ta

The 2nd Annual car show is coming up this weekend, hope to see you there.

Congratulations SRO Rice for being recognized by the UA Optimists Club for outstanding service to the children of UA!

The Light Central Ohio Blue campaign starts today! Tonight until May 16th businesses, organizations & neighborhoods throughout Central Ohio will be changing out their normal light bulbs for blue light bulbs in honor of law enforcement and their families past, present and future.

This past weekend we received a report of a male exposing himself to females inside the Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt at Kingsdale Center. The teenage females called the police with a great description of the man and he was quickly found and arrested. http://ow.ly/8sUI30jSkyz

Found property: Garmin fitness tracker. If you have lost this item, please contact the police desk at 614-583-5160 with a description and where the item was lost.

Congratulations to Officer Weiss on his retirement! Thank you for your 30 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Upper Arlington. Enjoy !

The Drug Take Back day was last Saturday and we received about 90 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs. Thank you to all who participated.

On 4/20/18, an unknown male stole approximately $1200.00 worth of bottled wine from Giant Eagle, 3061 Kingsdale Center, Upper Arlington. If you can help identify please contact Detective M. Smith at msmith@uaoh.net or 614.583.5175

Congratulations to Sgt. Quigley on his retirement. Thank you for your years of service and dedication to the citizens of Upper Arlington and to the PD.

REMINDER: National Drug Take Back day is tomorrow 10a - 2p. UAPD will be collecting prescription pills (no liquids, no needles) at 3600 Tremont Rd (WEST side of parking lot). Pills should be removed from their original packaging and placed in a Ziploc-type bag.

Fun Fact Friday - 1987 the first Emergency 911 systems were used in Upper Arlington #UAfunfactfriday

The Stand Project ice skating event at the Chiller was a hit ! A lot of fun, loaded with great food and prizes. School Resource Officers Jon Rice and John Greene laced up and hit the ice.

26 years and counting... Happy Work Anniversary Officer Stanko!