Cambridge Police Department is located at 601 Southgate Pkwy, Cambridge, 43725 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Wayt. The Cambridge Police Department phone number is 740-439-4431.
The Cambridge Police Department is aware of and currently investigating an alleged threat against the Cambridge City School District. We are currently interviewing witnesses and have a suspect detained. If anyone had DIRECT knowledge or information concerning this threat, please contact The Detective Bureau at 740-439-4431
This is a first for me. On Talk of the Town promoting our upcoming Citizens Police Academy. Applications can be picked up at the Police Department. Completed applications are due by February 5th 2018. The class will be selected from the pool of applicants that week and participants will be notified. Any questions call the Police Department at 740-439-4431.
I had the pleasure of meeting this young lady today. Madilyn Terrell stopped by the station for National Police Appreciation Day. She thanked us for our service and brought goodies from Kennedy’s Bakery. She got to tour the police station and meet the guys. She got to sit in a police car and play with the lights and sirens! She was so excited because she wants to be a police officer when she grows up! Thank you Madilyn, stop by anytime and say hello.
Congratulations to the graduates of CPD’s inaugural Citizen’s Police Academy! Watch for an announcement on how you can apply to attend our next CPA in 2018.
Thank you to all veterans, past and present, for your service and sacrifice for our country. A special shout out to our veterans who went from serving their country to serving their community. Chief Mark DeLancey Lt. Karl Milam Ptl. Devin Ryan Ptl. Dusty Gerdau Ptl. Cory May Thank you again for your service.
The Cambridge Police Detective Bureau has created a profile to contact the public using social media due to less people having active phone numbers. The public can message through this profile but please do not attempt to report any criminal activity but call our dispatch to handle those needs. DB Cambridge is the profile name.
Congratulations to Sergeant Ashton Baker on his promotion!
Our newest cruiser. Notice the new graphics. All new cars will eventually look like this, once the old ones are phased out.
This little girl's mom sent us this picture. She wanted to thank Ptl. Wagner for taking a little time to talk to her daughter. Mom reports that this little visit made her daughters day. Well done Ptl. Wagner.
A big thank you to the crew at Cambridge Cancer Center for wearing the colors and supporting law enforcement. Again, thank you for your support, we need all the help we can get.
Got to see the Easter bunny while visiting the Cambridge Cancer Center today. Thanks Easter bunny.........
While conducting a search warrant officers located a safe in the house. We have not found any reports for this safe to be stolen. If anyone has information of a stolen safe not report with CPD please contact our agency.
This afternoon our SRO was alerted to a situation at the Cambridge Middle School. Upon investigating with school administrators, it was learned that a student had brought a knife into the school. At no time was any student threatened with a knife. Other alert students alerted the Principal, who alerted our SRO. Once the identity of the student was know, the school was put on a brief lock down, to keep all students secure in rooms. The student was then removed from the class room and the knife was recovered. The lock down lasted no longer than 5 minutes. The student will be referred to the Prosecutor for charges.
Had a great time talking to Ms. Roe's pre school class at South Elementary. They really liked the back of the police car. Thank you for inviting us Ms. Roe
The Cambridge Police Department is looking to replace a dispatcher position. Posting date: January 17, 2017 Position: Police dispatcher Hours: Varies by seniority Rate of Pay: Starts at $13.92; 1 year at $14.74; 2 years at $15.56; 3 years (top rate) at $16.38 Definition: Serve as an official representative of the police department. Dispatch police patrol units to crime and accident scenes and maintain contact. Input information into computer as required. Answer telephones and radios; act as a receptionist for those coming into the lobby of the department. Equipment & Location: Must be able to operate the following equipment: telephone (including E-911), radio, CAD, MDT, LEADS computer system, fax machine, typewriter, intercom system, and any other equipment essential to the position. Essential Functions: Receive and transmit information using telephone, radio, computer, and personal contacts. Received, interpret, and transmit data and other information for the E-911 equipment. Keep accurate logs of activities occurring during the shift. Dispatch appropriate personnel and equipment. Ability to describe situations demanding such responses. Enter information in CAD and other computer files. File reports, Documents, and correspondence in proper files. Answer inquiries from public concerning local and state laws or direct them to the proper source of information. Make officers and supervisors aware of pertinent information. Monitor surrounding area law enforcement and other emergency services during normal and emergency situations. Act as notary for various court systems. Keep assigned area presentable by performing general house cleaning duties. Perform duties requiring similar skills and/or as assigned by superiors. Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age, of good character, trustworthy, honest, and in good physical condition. Have excellent diction and hearing as well as fluently speak, write, and understand English. Possess high school diploma or equivalent. Able to pass background check and drug screen. May be subject to a pre-employment polygraph examination. Employment Application: Must be picked up and returned to the Civil Service Commission office located at 1131 Steubenville Avenue, during the office hours of Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Office is closed for lunch from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Complete the application in it’s entirely and return by 4 p.m. on February 3, 2017 (Deadline).
I am honored to announce the appointment of our newest police officer, Justin Larrick. Justin was born and raised in Cambridge and his dream of becoming a police officer has come true. Congratulations Justin, stay safe and continue the tradition of what it means to be a member of the Cambridge Police Department by serving your community with integrity, honesty and pride.
Our newest officer was sworn in today. Congratulation Bridget Vickers, welcome to the Police Department