Massillon Police Department

  • Agency: Massillon Police Department
  • Address: 2 James Duncan Plaza, S.E. Suite 1, Massillon, 44646 OH
  • Chief: Robert Williams (Chief of Police)
Phone: 330-830-1753
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Massillon Police Department is located at 2 James Duncan Plaza, S.E. Suite 1, Massillon, 44646 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Williams. The Massillon Police Department phone number is 330-830-1753.

Massillon Police Department News

Veterans: Tribute to local veterans: Friday 10Nov17 @ 6pm... Flyer below :) U-70

Veterans event at WHS: Veterans please come. The students want to hear your stories! Judge Elum (a US Navy Veteran) will speak to the students. All Veterans are welcome to attend. It’s Nov 10th (Friday) from 8am-9:30am @ WHS in the cafeteria. The WHS Creative Cooking Gourmet Foods classes will be making breakfast pastries for those in attendance. U-70

From Carl: This is my father Hollis Jamison, he served during the Vietnam era as a cook. He was an excellent marksman. He was very proud to be an American and proud to serve. He is loved and missed by all who knew him. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Lt Donald Witmer, MPD (Retired). Veteran, US Army (1969-1970). Thank you for your service, Lieutenant. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Sent by Tammy: James Hunt Forsythe....82 year old Massillon resident of 30 years. USMC proud Marine, husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and Korean War Veteran. My Daddy! ❤️

Sent by Joshua: My Dad and Massillon native Richard Kepler. He served in Vietnam as a Corpman (medic). He is forever an inspiration and standard to meet as a dad and person in general.

Sent by Jenni: My grandfather, Karl Berens, who served in the U.S. Navy from 1951-1954.

Sent in by Linda: This is Mike Pudloski. He’s been in the US Navy for 26 years. He joined straight out of high school. He lives in Tuslaw. He’s done three combat tours (Iraq, Afghanistan, and Djibouti, Africa). He’s a Master Chief at NOSC Akron. He has done hundreds of funeral honor details, presenting the flag to fallen sailors. Thank you for recognizing him. You guys help to make our community great!

It’s time to recognize our veterans. As previously posted, I’d like you to send in a picture and a few short comments about either yourself (it’s okay to be proud of your service) or someone you want to recognize. Send it via private message to our Facebook site. Saturday is Veterans Day. First post will be MPD Officer Nick Antonides, Air National Guard. Thank you for your service Nick! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 U-70

LET US RECOGNIZE YOUR SERVICE OR A VETERAN YOU’D LIKE RECOGNIZED. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 We’re approaching Veterans Day weekend. You all know that every year I ask you to send in either your own picture, or of a veteran you know (preferably in uniform). You can send a picture and a summary of their service to us via private message. Please limit it to one picture per message. I like to acknowledge them every year for their service to this great nation. That’s the least I can do...because without our veterans and their sacrifices, our lives would be very different. That’s a fact. Less than 1/2 of one percent of the population of the United States of America serves in our military. Thats less than one per 100 citizens. Please think about that this weekend...and please thank a veteran...🇺🇸 Sgt B Muntean

A nice police story to share: I was northbound on SR241, approaching Hills and Dales this morning. I saw a vehicle in the southbound lane and the windows were all iced over, hazard lights on. A female was outside the vehicle, and looked like she needed help. I turned around and got behind her vehicle, blocking oncoming traffic. I got out and found out that she was locked out of her vehicle, parked in the middle of a state route highway during peak traffic time. How you ask? Let’s just say that she had some mechanical issues that lead to that. Nonetheless, I got her vehicle open for her and got her on her way. I mentioned to them that I was on my way to grab a coffee at T-Meldrum’s and saw her. So at least it happened in the right place at the right time. We had a busy morning, so I had to end up stopping later for breakfast. As I go to pay my bill, the waitress tells me that a gentleman had already come into the restaurant and wanted to pay for the officer’s breakfast who had helped his girlfriend this morning when she was stranded on SR241 earlier. I was kind of blown away that he did that. I hope that he or his girlfriend gets this message somehow. I really appreciate your kindness. I tell people all the time that one day when I look back on my law enforcement career, I’ll always remember how kind our citizens were to us when times were tough for law enforcement in other ways. To the kind couple, thank you so much. I’d say that you’re lucky to have one another. God Bless you both and be safe. Sgt B Muntean

Fall colors are almost peaking out...thought I'd share a few pics from today... Sgt B Muntean

If you know the owner of this dog please contact MPD @ 330-832-9811

Vote today! 🇺🇸✅

Off-duty rant: I don’t know about you guys, but this time change thing is super annoying. What say you? By the way, the overly obsessed girlfriend meme cracks me up. Lol Sgt B Muntean

Postal PL SE this morning as the sun rose...(downtown). Forecast is rain throughout the day today. Standing water may be an issue in certain areas of the city. Keep your speed down. Be safe... Sgt B Muntean

I've always thought that Massillon has some beautiful churches. This one is at 3rd and Lincoln Way East (First United Methodist Church). Have a blessed and safe Sunday... Sgt B Muntean

True, Sir Charles...but we still love our Buckeyes. 🏈 U-70

The traffic signal at 17th and Lincoln Way West will be likely fixed either by Tuesday or Wednesday. A special part had to be ordered. Until then, eastbound and westbound traffic (SR172) has a flashing yellow (proceed with caution) and northbound / southbound 17th NW has a flashing red (same as a stop sign). Just a FYI, as we had a few calls inquiring about it. Thanks and be safe... Sgt B Muntean

So I recently read that you should take about 10,000-15,000 steps per day. My iPhone tracks it, and I always have my phone on me, so I believe it’s pretty accurate. They say if you take that many steps a day, you can still have a donut, and fit into your uniform. Anyways, that’s not the point. I try to do some foot patrol downtown in the early mornings. Serves more than one purpose, ya know. So as I’m near 2nd SE, I see the full moon right behind the flag, and thought I’d take a shot to share. Y’all have a safe day. 👮🇺🇸 Sgt B Muntean

Jennifer asked us to share this...9am today (Sat)! U-70 https://www.facebook.com/events/359516954501504/

Tigers win! Thought you’d get a kick out of this throwback “Eye of the Tiger” video. I did. Lol U-70 https://youtu.be/S6vS9Qa0-ew

Moon was definitely full tonight. Took a few shots to share with ya'll...(Nikon P900). Be safe out there!! Sgt B Muntean

As police officers, we often come into contact with those who are at very low points in their lives. Often, they are suicidal, depressed, and see no hope. When I go on those types of calls, I often remind the person that life is full of peaks and valleys. I tell them that unfortunately, they are in a valley right now. But one day will come out of that valley…and will again reach a peak. I ask them this question: If they had two options for a trip across the country, which one would they take? Trip A, consisting of a long, flat, boring road with nothing to look at along the way...or Trip B, consisting of a winding twisty road making its way through some areas which were very depressing, but also some other areas which were absolutely breathtaking, and add elevation changes, mixing both good weather and bad weather along the way? In other words, to be able to experience total happiness, we must experience some pain & discomfort in our lives, too. Or we’ll have nothing to compare the happiness to. Get a good nights rest. Tomorrow is another day. Sgt B Muntean

If you can ID this subject, please call 330-832-9811 or send a private message to our Facebook. It’s ref a theft investigation (orange construction cones) from the St. Mary's Church. Ref. Case #17-27229 Thank you & be safe. U-116