Pataskala Police Department

  • Agency: Pataskala Police Department
  • Address: 621 W. Broad Street, Pataskala, 43062 OH
  • Chief: Bruce E Brooks (Chief of Police)
Phone: (740)927-5701
Fax: (740)927-5704

Pataskala Police Department is located at 621 W. Broad Street, Pataskala, 43062 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Bruce E Brooks. The Pataskala Police Department phone number is (740)927-5701.

Pataskala Police Department News

We just learned some exciting news!! Hayes Law Office is doing a fundraiser to support this years “shop with a cop” Please go to their page to get more details.

We are out handing out candy tonight. If you see us, say hi and get some candy!

Celebrating our Super B’s birthday today. Chief has allowed us to make these additions to our cruisers. Braxton will now be on every call with us!

Due to low numbers the Citizens Police Academy for this fall has been cancelled. We will have another class scheduled for the spring of 2018. Thanks for all of you that continue to support our agency.

The Citizens Police Academy starts tonight. Classes will be held at 621 West Broad St, and begin at 6:30. If you plan to attend and have not notified us please do so today. You can email bramsey@pataskalapolice.net

The Citizens Police Academy starts this Thursday. If you haven’t gotten your application, now is the time. Don’t miss out on this informative experience.

Stop by Washington’s Hardware today for customer appreciation days.

Don’t forget the Citizens Police Academy is just a week away. If you haven’t picked up your application yet, now is the time.

Come out and visit us today at the 4th Annual Licking County Public Safety Day at the Indian Mound Mall from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm!

Just a few short weeks until the next Citizens Police Academy. If you haven't gotten your application yet simply email Sgt. Ramsey. Send all inquiries to bramsey@pataskalapolice.net

The 2017 Citizen's Police Academy dates have been set! Please contact Sgt. Ramsey at bramsey@pataskalapolice.net for more information or if you would like an application. Please feel free to share!

Some of you might've seen the signs in support of the victims of the Texas flooding. We have spoken with them to see how we can be of help. We will give you the bio of them and what their goal is. You will be able to drop off items at our station.

Well many of you have asked so here it is..... Yes West Licking Fire beat us on the second tug of war.

Just some highlights from another successful Cookout with a Cop. It's hard to imagine that we had this many agency's come together to celebrate our community. A special thanks goes out to Columbus Division of Police, Westerville Police, New Albany, Ohio Government, Reynoldsburg Division Of Police, Whitehall Police Department, and The Ohio State Highway Patrol. Let's not forget West Licking Joint Fire District and the what could be the annual tug of war.

It looks like we will have great weather for the cookout today. Stop by Freedom Park today to say hi. We will kick things off at 10:00 this morning and wrap up around 2:00

Great job to our patrol and detective division for catching a mid day break in suspect. Due to the fast response of our officers, we were able apprehend him leaving the rear of the home.

We just wanted to thank everyone that has called in about the person standing outside our office. Although, we do not agree with his sign or message we understand that it is his right to peacefully protest. We have received some positive feedback to counter his negativity. Thanks to all that truly support our efforts in the community

Only three days until the cookout. We hope to see you all on Saturday.

Don't forget to stop by and visit Sgt. Reitz at the City of Pataskala booth! Also a big thank you to the Ohio State Highway Patrol and Sgt. Woodyard for helping us staff the booth!

Just a little over a week away!! Come see us next Saturday from 10-2 at Freedom Park for the Cook out with a Cop.

Don't forget the street fair road closing will begin today at 9:30 a.m. and will continue until Sunday night. The effected area will be Main Street from the tracks to Mill Street.

Don't forget the Cook out with a Cop is coming up in a few short weeks. This is a family friendly event that allows you to meet some of your local Law Enforcement. Be sure to stop by Freedom Park to say "Hi"

Please share! Just to update everyone, Abby has been located. Thank you all for sharing the post.

Come enjoy a hot dog with your local heroes and watch the fire department battle the police department in a tug of war.