Cuyahoga Falls Police Department

  • Agency: Cuyahoga Falls Police Department
  • Address: 2310 2nd St, Cuyahoga Falls, 44221 OH
  • Chief: Thomas Pozza (Chief of Police)
Phone: 330-928-2181

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department is located at 2310 2nd St, Cuyahoga Falls, 44221 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Pozza. The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department phone number is 330-928-2181.

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department News

Had a nice evening at the Summit County Telecommunicator Awards dinner to wrap up the week . Thank you dispatchers for all you

Just a reminder that applications for the Police civil service test are due in by next Friday April 13,2018.

18-8879: Detectives are looking for help in identifying this female. If you know who she is please contact the Confidential Cuyahoga Falls Crime Fighter Tip Line at 330-971-TIPS (8477) or call Detective Schmidt at 330-971-8319. Thanks.

Another epic battle of the badges game. The police made It a four pete in pulling out the victory. Thanks to all who came out to support the wonderful Falls Cancer Club

Tonight's the night. Battle of the Badges Basketball game at Cuyahoga Falls High School 7pm. Come out and support the Cuyahoga Falls Cancer Club.

Looking for new members for the CFPD team.

Today, we made the final donation for our "No shave February" to the Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake Police Memorial and Honor Guard Foundation. THANK YOU to all the officers that participated this year!

Thank you to all the police and fire members who volunteered for the fill the boot drive at Portage Crossings today. Also a big thank you to all the generous people who donated. All the money collected will be donated to the Cuyahoga Falls Cancer club as part of the Battle of the Badges basketball game on March 16

Welcome to Lewis Watson our newest patrol officer who was sworn in by Mayor Walters this morning.

17-34208 We are looking for help in identifying the male in the white shirt with dark jacket. He is a suspect in the theft of energy drinks from a local gas station. Contact Detective Cserhati at 330-971-8319 or call the Confidential Cuyahoga Falls Crime Fighter Tip Line at 330-971-TIPS (8477).

No shave January provided a donation to the Summit County Safety Forces Chaplaincy Center. Thank you for your support.

Thank you to Ron Hyre from Farmers Insurance for his donation of vehicle lock out kits. These kits will allow for officers to open vehicles in cases of emergency. Pictured with Ron are Ptl. Alestock and Lt. Johnson.

Our hearts go out to the Westerville Police Department on the loss of officers Joering and Morelli yesterday. The officers were killed responding to an incomplete 911 call. Please keep their department and the officers’ families in your thoughts and prayers.

Another good reason to use our monitored area at the police department for internet exchanges.

Mark your calendars for the big game.

Mayor Walters Announces Opening of Front Street to Vehicular Traffic After being closed for the last 40 years, Mayor Don Walters is proud to announce the opening of downtown Front Street to vehicular traffic beginning at 10:00 a.m., on Saturday, February 3, 2018. Cuyahoga Falls residents are encouraged to join Mayor Walters for this historic event in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls. “I have been reiterating that by opening Front Street to vehicular traffic we can capitalize on the market share that exists because the area is in the middle of a transportation hub,” stated Mayor Walters. “Retail establishments demand visibility and accessibility to succeed. Unfortunately, the pedestrian mall offered neither. It’s been 40 years since cars have driven down Front Street and I am excited to usher in this exciting time of economic growth and prosperity.” Residents may gather at the Downtown Pavilion, 2085 Front Street beginning at 8:00 a.m. The first 75 individuals to arrive will receive a commemorative bus ticket to ensure that they will be the first to travel down the new Front Street. At 10:00 a.m., Mayor Walters will give remarks and declare Front Street open for business. Barricades will be removed, and the bus will begin the inaugural trip that will officially reopen Front Street. The bus will be followed by a 1978 Trans Am and a new Tesla symbolizing the ushering out of the old pedestrian mall that was created in 1978 and the ushering in of a new day of economic growth and innovation. A presentation will follow at the Pavilion where light refreshments will be served. An official grand opening event and parade celebrating the new Downtown Cuyahoga Falls is scheduled for Saturday, June 2, 2018. -END-

17-35316 & 17-35319: *****THE WOMAN HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AND CHARGES WILL BE FORTHCOMING. THANK YOU ******* We are looking for help in identifying this female in reference to thefts at Howe Avenue businesses. If you can identify this woman please contact the Confidential Cuyahoga Falls Crime Fighter Tip Line at 330-971-TIPS (8477) or contact Detective Cserhati at 330-971-8334. A reward may be offered for information.

Wishing everyone a safe and peaceful New Year.

Have a Merry Christmas! Be safe if traveling.

Nice visit from the First United Methodist Scout troop last night.

Shop with a Cop yesterday. Thank you to all who supported the program. We had a great time with the kids.

Another donation from our scruffy faced officers. $1040 was donated to the Shop with a Cop program.

The office was overflowing with toys from the Toys for Tickets program. Great job to the officers and thank you for all the drivers who dropped off toys. They were dropped off at Good Neighbors this morning to help with their Christmas Donations.