Clyde Police Department

  • Agency: Clyde Police Department
  • Address: 222 North Main Street, Clyde, 43410 OH
  • Chief: Bruce A Gower (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-547-9555
Fax: 419-547-6105

Clyde Police Department is located at 222 North Main Street, Clyde, 43410 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Bruce A Gower. The Clyde Police Department phone number is 419-547-9555.

Clyde Police Department News

Clyde Police would like your help identifying these subjects and/or the van pictured. Please call 419-547-9555 with any information.

We will be conducting a test of the weather sirens at noon today.

There was an incident in Green Springs earlier today that resulted in the schools being notified to secure the buildings. The incident, as it turns out, did not involve the schools in any way. No one was injured and the incident was completely unrelated to anything happening at the schools. The buildings were initially secured as a precaution until further information was gathered. There are no specifics to give as I will leave that up to Chief Horne and his investigation of the matter. This post is just to inform concerned citizens that there was a situation that resolved rather quickly and it did not involve the schools or students. All actions taken were strictly precautionary. Monti Campbell Chief of Police

Our main phone lines are down at this time due to an issue with our provider. Contact Sandusky Co. Sheriff Dept. if you need assistance. 419-332-2613 UPDATE: Our phone lines are back up and running as of 10:00 am.

Happy Mothers Day to all mothers, especially the mother's at Clyde PD Lisa, Deneil and Sharon. This is the last post I will make on my last official day 5/13/2017. Thank you all and Good Luck Chief Monti Campbell Bruce Gower

May 2 is voting day, the information on school levies (Fremont and Clyde-Green Springs) and the Sandusky County Justice Services (Task Force Support) has been placed out for you to hear. Please think about these and do not listen to the false information. Please take time to do your civic duty and vote for or against!. Thank you

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Areas Affected: Allen; Ashland; Auglaize; Crawford; Defiance; Erie; Fulton; Hancock; Hardin; Henry; Huron; Logan; Lorain; Lucas; Marion; Mercer; Morrow; Ottawa; Paulding; Putnam; Richland; Sandusky; Seneca; Shelby; Van Wert; Williams; Wood; Wyandot NWS Storm Prediction Center (Storm Prediction Center - Norman, Oklahoma) SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 151 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 800 PM EDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS OH . OHIO COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE ALLEN ASHLAND AUGLAIZE CRAWFORD DEFIANCE ERIE FULTON HANCOCK HARDIN HENRY HURON LOGAN LORAIN LUCAS MARION MERCER MORROW OTTAWA PAULDING PUTNAM RICHLAND SANDUSKY SENECA SHELBY VAN WERT WILLIAMS WOOD WYANDOT

OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL Department of Homeland Security Washington, DC 20528 / www.oig.dhs.gov Fraud Alert: DHS OIG Hotline Telephone Number Has Been Used in Scam To Obtain Personally Identifiable Information The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is issuing this fraud alert to warn citizens of reports that the DHS OIG Hotline telephone number has been used recently as part of a telephone spoofing scam targeting individuals throughout the country. The perpetrators of the scam represent themselves as employees with "U.S. Immigration" and can alter caller ID systems to make it appear that the call is coming from the DHS OIG Hotline telephone number (1-800-323-8603). The scammers demand to obtain or verify personally identifiable information from their victims through various tactics, including by telling individuals that they are the victims of identity theft. Many of the scammers reportedly have pronounced accents. DHS OIG takes this matter very seriously. While we investigate the situation, we would like to remind the public that DHS OIG never uses its Hotline number to make outgoing calls — the phone line is only used to receive information from the public. Individuals should not answer calls purporting to be from 1-800-323-8603, and should never provide personal information during calls purporting to be from the DHS OIG Hotline. It continues to be perfectly safe to use the DHS OIG Hotline to report fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement within DHS components or programs. Anyone who believes they may have been a victim of this telephone spoofing scam is urged to call our Hotline or file a complaint online via the DHS OIG website www.oig.dhs.gov. You may also contact the Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint and/or report identity theft.

From all of us at the Clyde P.D> have a very Happy and beautiful Easter

We say "good mood"

The newest member of the Clyde Police Department is also the first full-time female police officer. Kaylea Griffin who some may remember for her athletic ability and fame at Clyde High School. Kaylea's mom Heidi was our first female part-time officer for a short time. Mayor Black prepares to swear Kaylea in and she signs her oath. If you see Kaylea welcome her.

Clyde PD welcomes Jeffery Bauer to the Clyde Police Department. A veteran of Afghanistan conflict he now patrols the streets of Clyde. If you see Jeff welcome him Mayor Black swears Jeff in and he signs his oath.

Today Clyde police Chief Bruce Gower turned in his letter of retirement. Another 38 year employee Gower follows Sgt. Dennis Hall who also had 38 years. Gower started 1-14-1979 and will retire 5-13-2017. Chief Gower held each and every job in the police department, being Chief just over 21 years. He and his wife Sonya will spend time on the lake and enjoy their grand daughter.

Only 22 years old what a waste of a young life by a piece of garbage who we must now try and save! Police Officer Justin Terney Tecumseh Police Department, Oklahoma End of Watch: Monday, March 27, 2017 Bio & Incident Details Age: 22 Tour: 1 year Badge # Not available Cause: Gunfire Incident Date: 3/26/2017 Weapon: Gun; Unknown type Offender: Apprehended Police Officer Justin Terney was shot and killed while pursuing a fleeing subject at approximately 11:30 pm. He conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle near South Cooper Drive and Benson Park Road. The driver of the vehicle fled on foot and Officer Terney pursued him. Officer Turney deployed his taser, but it had no effect on the man. The subject then drew a firearm and shot Officer Terney several times. Officer Terney was able to return fire, striking the subject numerous times. Officer Terney was transported to a local hospital where he died from his wounds. Officer Terney had served with the Tecumseh Police Department for one year.

Wednesday March 22, 2017 at 9:50 AM tornado sirens across Ohio will sound by order of the governor. THIS IS ONLY A TEST and if a siren is near you report non-function to police dispatch. Thanks

6 Years tomorrow 3/19 2011 we miss you every day Andy RIP Andrew Scott Dunn Sandusky Police Department, Ohio End of Watch: Saturday, March 19, 2011 Bio & Incident Details Age: 30 Tour: 3 years Badge # 2083 Cause: Gunfire Weapon: Handgun; .38 caliber Offender: Sentenced to life Police Officer Andy Dunn was shot and killed while attempting to question a suspect. Officer Dunn was patrolling near Tyler Street and Hayes Avenue when he saw a suspect riding his bike in the street with no lights. Officer Dunn tried to speak to the suspect, but the suspect evaded the officer and kept riding. Officer Dunn then turned on his overhead lights and pulled the suspect over. As Officer Dunn exited the cruiser, he noticed that the suspect had his hand in his pocket and asked him to show his hands. At that point the suspect opened fire and Officer Dunn was hit with five rounds. Though critically wounded, Officer Dunn managed to raise his gun and return fire, emptying 12 rounds from his .40-caliber Glock service pistol at the suspect, who ran away, but was struck twice in the arm. Back up officers arrived at the scene soon after the shooting and paramedics transported Officer Dunn to the hospital where he passed away. The subject was apprehended nearby. In August 2012 he was convicted of Officer Dunn's murder and sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of parole or judicial release. Officer Dunn had served with the Sandusky Police Department for three years. He is survived by his wife, two sons, parents, two sisters, step-mother, and two step-siblings.

Winter Weather Advisory from 13ABC Areas Affected: Hancock; Lucas; Ottawa; Sandusky; Seneca; Wood; Wyandot NWS Cleveland (Northern Ohio) ...HEAVY SNOW EXPECTED MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY... .Low pressure will track through the Ohio Valley on Monday with widespread snow developing from west to east across the area into Monday night. Northeast winds across Lake Erie will enhance snowfall totals downwind of the Lake where the highest accumulations are expected. Low pressure will weaken and move to the East Coast on Tuesday as it merges with a stronger low moving northward up the Atlantic Coast. Temperatures will fall across the Great Lakes behind this system with lake-effect snow continuing Tuesday night and Wednesday. Northerly winds will increase on Tuesday with gusts as high as 35 mph near Lake Erie, contributing to blowing and drifting of the newly fallen snow. ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM THIS MORNING TO 4 PM EDT TUESDAY... * Accumulations...3 to 6 inches of snow. * Timing...Snow will begin this morning and continue into Tuesday morning before tapering to scattered snow showers. * Impacts...Difficult driving conditions with reduced visibility and snow covered roads. * Winds...Northeast 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. * Temperatures...In the upper 20s. A Winter Weather Advisory for snow is issued when moderate amounts of accumulating snow will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.

It is here daylight savings time....don't forget Saturday night to set your clocks ahead (spring ahead) 1 hour as DST starts at 2:00 am March 12, 2017!

The Clyde Police Department has just received the letter of retirement from Sergeant Dennis Hall. Dennis started with the Clyde Police Department March 15, 1979 and will retire April 4, 2017. Sergeant Hall has served with distinction for the 38+ years, he is the calming factor to a sometimes crazy world. For the past several years he has run the Back Door Food Pantry sponsored by the police department, as a public service. The retirement is a loss of experience that is hard to overcome for any agency much less a small agency. We wish Dennis the best in his retirement, I am sure time with Tonya and his kids and grand kids will be enjoyed. Congratulate Sgt. Hall when you see him on the streets, and thank him for his service.

We listened to the speech from President Trump, it was nice to have a President that stands by law enforcement instead of bashing us. Police officers make mistakes and some are even bad officers but the large majority are hard working, honest outstanding law enforcement officers. Thank you President Trump

Beautiful weather today and tomorrow, but Friday evening may bring nasty storms keep an eye and ear to the radio or television and the sky 2/24/2017 in the evening and overnight into Saturday.

Today is Presidents Day 2017, only 45 men have had the job and we celebrate them all on this date. It does not matter if you like or dislike the president, he has been everyone's president. 2017 is no different. From President Washington to President Trump, and everyone in between, they deserve our gratitude and thanks. May God Bless the all and keep them safe.