Plymouth Police Department

  • Agency: Plymouth Police Department
  • Address: 25 Sandusky St, Plymouth, 44865 OH
  • Chief: Charles D Doan (Chief of Police)

Plymouth Police Department is located at 25 Sandusky St, Plymouth, 44865 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Charles D Doan. The Plymouth Police Department phone number is 419-687-4321.

Plymouth Police Department News

*******************ATTENTION************ATTENTION********************* The teacher’s only ccw class will be held on Saturday June 2, 2018 from 8am-5pm. A citizen’s ccw class will be held on Saturday June 9, 2018 from 8am-5pm. The price for the citizen’s ccw class is $50.00 per person. For class participants will need to bring 100 rounds of ammunition, eye protection, ear protection and a handgun (9mm preferred). Classes will be held at the Plymouth police Department training room. Applications can be picked up in person or access from the link provided below. It you have any concerns please feel free to contact Capt. Gordon at 419-687-3371 or by email at mgordon@plymouthoh.org.***applications due by April 30*** http://www.plymouthoh.org/index.asp?SEC=70D342EE-CA95-43D0-824D-B0B49783B7C3&DE=663037EB-0D5F-4B82-832C-6CBBD4A863D0&Type=B_BASIC

The 2018 Safety Town program will be back in June. Dates , times, and applications locations will be announced in the coming weeks😀

Any area teachers that would like to attend a FREE Conceal Carry class, contact Captain Montel Gordon at 419-687-3371, between 3:00 PM and 11:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

We are seeking the public’s help in identifying the female in the photo. Please Contact Captain Gordon at 419-512-6118 or mgordon@plymouthoh.org thanks in advance for your help

Level 1 snow emergency issued for Richland and Huron counties

Good morning today is Tuesday, February 6th and the Plymouth Shiloh Schools are on a 2 hour delay.

Plymouth-Shiloh Local - Closed Today is Monday January 8th and the Plymouth Shiloh Schools are now closed

*******Attention******Attention****** Cold weather can be deadly for pets. We will see more extreme freezing temperatures going into Saturday. As our temperature drops,we see an increase in the number of complaints about dogs and cats who have been left outside with no food or shelter. Also when possible be sure to check on friends and family members. PLEASE KEEP PETS INSIDE IF AT ALL POSSIBLE**********