Ironton Police Department

  • Agency: Ironton Police Department
  • Address: 301 S 3rd St, Ironton, 45638 OH
  • Chief: James Carey (Chief of Police)
Phone: 740-533-6100

Ironton Police Department is located at 301 S 3rd St, Ironton, 45638 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is James Carey. The Ironton Police Department phone number is 740-533-6100.

Ironton Police Department News

NEW APPLICANT TESTING ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER CITY OF IRONTON POLICE DEPARTMENT The Civil Service Commission of Ironton, Ohio will be conducting an examination for entry level Police Officers. Sign in and pick up an application at the Ironton City Center Mayor's office 3rd floor - Police Dept 1st floor from hours of 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. MARCH 19, 2018 thru APRIL 18, 2018. REQUIREMENTS ° High School Diploma or GED Equivalent ° U.S. Citizen (Copy of Birth Cert) or receiving citizen instruction ° Must be physically fit to perform duties ° Must present a valid driver’s license ° OPOTA Certified upon time of appointment ° Applicant must be between 18 THRU 36 years of age to apply PLEASE ATTACH BIRTH CERTIFICATE - HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA/GED - COPY OF VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE RETURN APPLICATIONS AND DOCUMENTS BEFORE SATURDAY APRIL 21, 2018 PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST 04/21/18 9:00 a.m. IRONTON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK WRITTEN TEST 04/28/18 9:00 a.m. IRONTON FIRE DEPARTMENT STUDY GUIDE INFORMATION LINK BELOW: The City of Ironton is an equal opportunity employer

It's auction time again! Come join us this Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 for our impounded vehicle auction. We have 17 vehicles going under the hammer this time around!

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We here at the Ironton Police Dept. would like to express our deepest condolences to the family, law enforcement family, and the community, at the passing of Chief Ciccarelli of the Huntington Police Dept. We have lost a great leader and friend. Please pray that the good Lord will bring comfort in the coming days.

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day and three year old Maddy Denton and her mother Megan Denton brought a box of donuts to the station for officers to enjoy. Thank you for your support!

Happy New Year from the men and women of the Ironton Police Dept. We hope that your holidays were good and that the new year brings you good spirits and prosperity. We are continuing to work hard and will be out with yearly stats in the coming weeks. Happy New Year one and all Chief Pam Wagner

Happy Monday from the Ironton Police Dept. Our officers were very busy this weekend, as always, Our midnight shift made several impaired driving arrest, and we continue our investigations into drug complaints. We are asking for help from our citizens. We have seen a dramatic increase in thefts, as is typical this time of year. We have a serious issue with items being taken from porches and outside areas of residences after delivery is made from carriers. We ask our residents to please make arrangements to have these items secured as soon as possible, and if anyone sees anything or has information please contact us. Lets work together to make this and enjoyable holiday for all. Thank You Chief P. Wagner

To the unlucky soul that lost 15.44 grams of meth in the Rite Aid parking lot here in Ironton, Ohio, we have recovered your lost property. We here at IPD believe in the Christmas Spirit and with that in mind invite you to come on down to the Ironton Police Department with your government issued ID and we'll discuss the possibilty of releasing your property. Heck, we'll even put you up for the night in the Hotel Lawrence County with free meals! It is the giving time of year after all! Merry Christmas!

Impounded Vehicle Auction this weekend!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from all of us. Wishing you a Happy Holiday and safe travels.

Great job to the men and women of the Ironton Police Dept. 2017 AAA Silver Award winner in Ohio for Community Traffic Safety.

Happy Monday from the Ironton Police Department. Today in our city building the Ironton City Health Dept. is kicking off Diabetes awareness week with a free screening. Stop in and see our Health Dept. staff for you FREE screening. They will be here from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Hello from the Ironton Police Department. We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. We want to say THANK YOU to all of our veterans, we know that freedom is not free. Capt. Dan Johnson and Capt. Joe Ross are veterans here at the P.D. so when you see them take a moment to say hello. The past Chiefs that I have served under have all been veterans, Chief Jim Carey, Chief Bill Garland, Chief Rodney McFarland Thank you for your service to our great county and our community. Again enjoy the weekend and thank a veteran everyday. Chief Pamela Wagner

Hello from the Ironton Police Dept. We wanted to pass on information on Halloween and Trick or Treat here in our city. Please feel free to repost and share this information. Monday Oct., 30, 2017 will be the safe Trick or Treat in the downtown area from 5:30 p.m. till the parade starts at 7:00 p.m. Trick or Treat city wide will be Tuesday Oct. 31, 2017 starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending at 8:00 .p.m. We hope everyone enjoys the festivities, however please keep safety in mind. We ask that you DO NOT leave valuables in your vehicles. If you are traveling in our city please watch your speed as our precious children will be out enjoying this fun time. Our Officers will be out with extra patrols, Although we will be working hard we look forward to seeing all the kids and interacting with them it is a fun time for us as well. Thank You Chief P. Wagner

Officer Spotlight: Patrolman Breeding - Officer Breeding is the youngest member of the Ironton Police Department. He has been with the department since 2015. Sorry ladies, Officer Breeding is engaged to be married and unavailable!

Officer Spotlight: Patrolman Adam Koch. Officer Koch has been with the department since 2013. Since his start with the department Patrolman Koch has worked many hours at the Ironton Elementary/Middle School and is much beloved by the children of Ironton.

Good Morning From the Ironton Police Dept. Our officers have been very busy over the past week with several drug arrest, criminal arrest, traffic crashes, and yes the arrest of one Clown. Please remember to call 911 or 740-532-3525 for all emergencies. Our tip line number is 740-237-6101. If you see something say something. Have a great day Chief P. Wagner

As everyone may know by now the homicide suspect has been arrested. Thank You to all emergency responders, On a personal note, The dedication of our law enforcement community is astonishing. I could not be more proud of eveyone.