Medina Police Department

  • Agency: Medina Police Department
  • Address: , Medina, 44256 OH
  • Chief: Dennis Hanwell (Chief of Police)

Medina Police Department is located at , Medina, 44256 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Dennis Hanwell. The Medina Police Department phone number is (330)725-7777.

Medina Police Department News

2nd annual Kids Costume Halloween party

The Police Dept is all set up for our 2nd annual kids costume party (for kids 0-12). Party is from 4pm-6pm tonight!

Join us in celebrating our Halloween Bash! The event will take place on Tuesday, October 31 from 4PM to 6PM at the Medina Twp. Police Department - 4877 Fenn Road. This is our 2nd annual kids' costume party for ages 0-12 years. Hot dogs, chips and beverages will be provided.

Saturday - October 14

Kids night at Yours Truly in Medina

Tomorrow morning... October 4 #coffeewithacopday2017 #coffeewithacop

The Medina Township Police Dept. would like to remind our residents: It’s nearing election time again and with it comes all of the election signs that are posted around the Township. Please be aware that these signs are property of the candidate and should not be removed by anyone who does not have authority to do so. Taking or tampering with these signs, belonging to another, constitutes theft so regardless of your political views please leave the signs where they are placed.

National Coffee with a Cop Day WHEN: October 4, 2017 TIME: 7:00am – 9:00am WHERE: Yours Truly Restaurant 3725 Medina Road - Medina Coffee is FREE during this time – It’s on the Chief so come enjoy a cup

Join Chief David Arbogast on October 4 from 7:ooam - 9:ooam for a cup of coffee at Yours Truly Restaurant as we participate in National Coffee with a Cop Day.

David L. Arbogast, Chief of Police PRESS RELEASE UP-DATE 09/26/2017 6:13 PM. On September 26, 2017 it was reported by Chief Robert Painter that sometime between 8:00 PM and 11:30PM on September 25, 2017 an unknown person(s) dumped oil in his driveway. Evidence collected at the residence will be sent to BCI Crime lab for analysis. When Chief Painter’s son a on his motorcycle arrived home from duty as a firefighter he slid on the oil in the driveway and almost crashed. He was at a meeting returned home about 8:00 PM. The oil was dumped between then and the time and when his son returned home about 12:15 AM. A similar report was made on July 16, 2017 by Bill Ostmann at his residence. Evidence found at this location will be compared to the current incident. Mr. Ostmann is a Township Trustee and Chief Painter is the Medina City Fire Chief and township resident.. These events may have been political in nature. Chief David Arbogast stated, “While every citizen has a right to voice and express his or her political views and support any candidate they choose no one should damage other people’s property and put lives at risk with this type of behavior.” This behavior cannot be tolerated in our community. If someone would have been injured by these senseless actions more serious criminal charges would be appropriate. If anyone has information in reference to either event please contact Chief Arbogast at 330-721-1395. This information can be left anonymously and be kept confidential. I have been contacted by Mr. Radice, Mr. Stopa, and Mr. DeMichael. They all stated that they do not condone this type of activity and do not know who may have committed this crime. The Medina Township will continue this investigation. I would like to apologize for any miss interpretation or implications that may be taken by the original post. My only goal is to provide a safe and secure community for all residents.

Meet the Chief Night” at Yours Truly Restaurant Theme: Play-Doh with a Cop Medina Township’s “Meet the Chief Night” is back!!! Meet Chief Dave Arbogast and some of our officers At Yours Truly Kids Night September 27 5:30pm – 7:30pm


Together we can prevent crime -

Great job!

Great job to Ofc. Hallie Beardsworth! Big thank you to Officers from Montville Twp PD and the Sheriff's office for assisting in the arrest of the male wanted in Painesville.