Toledo Police Department

  • Agency: Toledo Police Department
  • Address: 525 N Erie St, Toledo, 43624 OH
  • Chief: Michael Navarre (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-245-3200
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Toledo Police Department is located at 525 N Erie St, Toledo, 43624 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael Navarre. The Toledo Police Department phone number is 419-245-3200.

Toledo Police Department News

Attempt to Identify: Help #detectives! This person stole a cell phone from an employee at Fusion (3504 Secor Rd.). Call 419-255-1111.

We are at House of Omelets until 10:30 am. Stop by and say hello!

Please stop by Coffee with Cops this morning after voting! We will be at the House of Omelets (2007 N Holland-Sylvania) 8:30 - 10:30 am.

Lucas County Special Olympics athletes stopped by last week to present a nice framed picture commemorating this year's "High Noon Showdown" charity softball game. Officer Okos (pictured) was instrumental in organizing the event. All officers and Lucas County Sheriff's Office deputies involved had a great time and look forward to next time.

‪Have you read the latest Toledo Parent article Is There a Gun in the House? Save Kids. Lock Guns. http://toledoparent.com/columns/is-there-a-gun-in-the-house/‬

‪We are training with the Toledo Fire & Rescue Department today.. Rescue Task Force training combines law enforcement and emergency medical specialities to save lives during an active shooter incident.‬

It was a hard fought game tonight, but the TFRD beat TPD in the 4th annual Hoops & Heroes charity basketball game for Mom's House. The final score was 52-43.

Actions of #toledopoliceswat called “extraordinary” and “exemplary.” Thank you, Judge Mandros. #toledoproud http://ow.ly/6CBK30glEE9

Attempt to Identify: The males in this video are suspects in a recent theft from a jewelry store on W. Sylvania. If you can help us identify, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

We'd like to thank Mike Torres from the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy for coming to Toledo this week and running through 48 of our officers on their shooting simulator. This kind of training allows the officers to participate in realistic scenarios that sharpen their skills. We are looking forward to doing more of this training in 2018.

After 25 years of service to the citizens of the City of Toledo, Officer Ron Fuelling is retiring. We wish him all the luck in the world.

Attempt to Identify: The female in this photo is suspected of stealing a purse from a 9 year old girl at the Fifth Third Bank downtown. If you can help us identify her, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

Happy Halloween from our family to yours! Be safe tonight! Stop by to see Officer Eischen, K9 Cigo, and family if you're in the South End... they have plenty of candy! To say they like Halloween may be an understatement..

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine came to Toledo today to unveil his 12 point plan on combating the opioid epidemic in our State. His plan can be viewed by going to the AG's website. http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/getdoc/4bffb71e-adb6-4368-b33d-a9258a1c9bf6

Come on out this Thursday for the annual Rose Reder Memorial Scholarship Spaghetti Dinner and silent auction. This scholarship was founded as a living memorial to Police Sergeant Rose Reder, a significant figure in the history of Toledo Police Department. Over the years, many high school seniors have received scholarships to assist them with the expenses of college through this charity. For more information on applying for a Rose Reder scholarship, contact the Toledo Police Command Officer Association.

Happy Halloween Toledo! Let's make sure we are practicing safe trick or treating out there tonight. Attached are a few helpful hints from our friends on the Chicago Police Department. Enjoy the video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p74-l_h6QLs

Attempt to Identify: The male in this photo is a suspect in several recent thefts from Home Depot locations in the area. If you can help us identify him, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

Today was a great day for TPD'S SWAT officers. They donned their superhero costumes and rappelled down the side of Toledo Children's Hospital. Our officers love doing this and the kids really enjoy seeing their heroes in action. Chief Kral

Attempt to Identify: These males were involved in an assault that occurred during the Zombie Crawl last weekend. If you can help us identify them, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

#toledopolice #communityservice officers had fun trunk-or-treating! We ran into a couple #jrTPD in costume!

On-This-Day: 1960 Toledo Police units responded to the Toledo Express Airport, which was at that time operated by the City, on report of a plane crash. Driving a fog-shrouded Airport Highway, they arrived to find an Arctic-Pacific propeller plane had crashed, split in two, and was on fire. The plane had been carrying members of the California State Polytechnic College football team. They had just lost to BGSU by a score of 50-6, as they were from California and not used to cold weather. Overloaded and under-powered, the plane lost an engine and crashed when the pilot tried to take off in the blinding fog. The final toll was 22 dead and 22 injured. The officers on the scene assisted with the recovery of the dead, helped the injured and safeguarded the wreckage and property strewn along the runway. Members of the Detective Bureau also assisted in notifying next-of-kin and returning property to the rightful owners. #toledohistory

On-This-Day: 1929 The “Roaring Twenties” abruptly ended with stock crash. There were 409 officers on the force at the time. #toledohistory