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

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

What do you like best about living in #toledoohio? Happy #419day! #toledopolice #downtown419 #youlldobetterintoledo #itmatterswhereyoumakeit

Our #toledopolice Recruiting Unit was at the Job&Education Fair today. We will be offering another #policerecruit test this summer. #staytuned

Sgt. Gabel volunteered his time during an “Operation Hands Off” presentation with Girlscouts of Toledo. He taught the local Brownie Troop what to do if they come across a firearm. Any caption ideas??? #toledopolice

Here’s the lineup for Saturday night! Hope to see you there! The Detroit Red Wing Alumni vs. #toledopolice. Saturday, April 21st at Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter. Puck drop at 7pm.

Traffic Advisory: Use caution on your morning commute. Beware, icy roadways have been a contributing factor in early morning vehicle crashes. #toledopolice #toledoohio

UPDATE (4/16/18, 7:55 pm): Bank robbery suspect, Jason Willis, has turned himself in to #toledopolice. Thank you for your help! ‪ Wanted: #toledopolice #detectives & FBI are searching for Jason Willis, age 48, of Toledo. He is wanted for the bank robbery that occurred earlier today at the Heatherdowns Key Bank in South Toledo. If you know his whereabouts, call Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111. ‬

Congratulations to Officer Jon Curtis (pictured), Officer Shaun Conklin (pictured), Officer Ben Cousino, and Sgt. Ward Lemke who were honored at the annual Toledo Fire & Rescue Department - Awards & Recognition Ceremony last week. The officers were awarded the “Citation of Special Recognition,” acknowledging their heroic action. Officer Curtis, while on duty, jumped into a swimming pool to effect a water rescue in West Toledo. Officer Conklin, Cousino, and Sgt. Lemke pulled residents from a structure fire in South Toledo.

#InfoTPD: Some crimes may be self-reported online for your convenience. Check out COPRS to find out more:

Property Return: #detectives have arrested an individual for Receiving Stolen Property who also pawned the rings pictured below. These may be related to recent Old Orchard neighborhood burglaries. If you recognize these rings and can provide proof of ownership, contact Det. Andre Cowell at (419) 936-3436.

Today we honor our fallen. Rest in Peace, George - your duty and sacrifice to the citizens of Toledo will not be forgotten. #toledopolice

One week away!! Mark your calendar if you haven’t already. Detroit Red Wings Alumni vs. Toledo Police Department Hockey. Benefiting the Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center. See you there! #childabusepreventionmonth

Our Community Services Officers were at Jamie Farr Park this morning for a neighborhood pancake breakfast. Thanks to everyone who stopped by!

Training Exercise Update (4/13/18 2:30 p.m.): OLPH Elementary School “Active Threat” training is complete. Training Exercise Alert: #toledopolice will be conducting an "Active Threat" training exercise at OLPH Elementary School (2255 Central Grove) in South Toledo this afternoon. The exercise will be on OLPH property only and area traffic will not be disrupted.

On Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m., the Toledo Police Department will hold its first abandoned and forfeited motor vehicle auction of the year. The auction will be held at the Toledo Police Impound Lot, 198 Dura Ave. All vehicles will be sold AS IS and all sales are final. For more information on the vehicles, including pictures, go to:

Attempt to Identify: Help #detectives! Do you know the woman in this picture? The #toledopolice Theft Unit needs your assistance. (Reference #013144-18) Call Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111.

Attempt to Identify: The male is wanted for causing extensive damage to this car and possibly several others in the area around Whitmer High School. If you know this man is, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

We are in #downtowntoledo for Toledo Mud Hens #OpeningDay2018 #MudHensGameDay! We’re here if you need us. Check out our Instagram Story @toledo_police.

Check out the link below if you are heading to Toledo Mud Hens #HomeOpener today and have questions about the outdoor refreshment area.

Welcome home to Detective David Donovan and Officer Jon Pieron!! Both #toledopolice officers deployed to Estonia for three months supporting NATO Operations as members of the Air National Guard 180th Fighter Wing. We are proud of their service to both our local community and our country. #toledoproud

We are thankful for our dedicated call takers and #policedispatchers! They are our #lifeline and our family. #NationalPublicSafetyTelecommunicatorsWeek

Reminder: #toledopolice Abandoned & Forfeited Vehicle Auction is this Saturday, April 14th. The registration process will start at 9:00 A.M. with the Auction beginning at 1100 A.M. Picture ID is required, and there is no charge to register. More info:

We are proud of Sgt. Bill Cashen, who donated his time to bring awareness to organ donation this evening. Life Connection of Ohio and WTOL NEWS 11 held the Green Chair Donate Life Sit-in. For 24 hours, someone will be sitting in the green chair to bring attention to the importance of organ donation. You may remember, Sgt. Cashen donated a kidney to a fellow #toledopolice officer in need. Truly amazing. Way to go, Sarge!

Attempt to Identify: Help #detectives! We are seeking help in a couple Point Place burglaries. Suspect description: white/male, age 50-55, no front teeth, possibly living in Point Place. If you know anyone matching that description, please contact Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111.

Officer Gabe Greenwalt will be bringing you behind the scenes of a #toledopoliceSWAT rappel training on our next VLOG! Stay tuned... In the meantime, check out our other VLOGs at

Chief Kral promoted 6 officers this afternoon. Kevin Braun was promoted to Captain, Tom Williams and Kevan Toney were promoted to Lieutenant and Ben Tsou, Joe Petro and Bruce Cook Jr. were promoted to Sergeant. We wish these officers continued success in their careers as they carry on serving the citizens of Toledo. We are lucky to have such fine officers.