Tallmadge Police Department

  • Agency: Tallmadge Police Department
  • Address: 53 Northeast Avenue, Tallmadge, 44278 OH
  • Chief: Donald Zesiger (Chief of Police)
Phone: 330-633-2181
Fax: 330-633-4002

Tallmadge Police Department is located at 53 Northeast Avenue, Tallmadge, 44278 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Donald Zesiger. The Tallmadge Police Department phone number is 330-633-2181.

Tallmadge Police Department News

Thank you to the citizens who came out and participated in Tallmadge’s Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday! The City collected 261.65 lbs. of unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs and 120.85 lbs. of empty pill bottles, boxes, and waste. Thanks to our hosts at Acme and Giant Eagle for allowing the City to use those in addition to the Police Department as drop-off locations. If you did not have an opportunity to participate, the Tallmadge Police Department located at 53 Northeast Avenue, is a permanent drop-off location for Summit County’s D.U.M.P. (Dispose of Unused Medications Properly) Program.

Today is the last day of Red Ribbon Week! Tallmadge Police Officers and Auxiliary Officers spent the week visiting the schools and speaking with the students. They greeted students on Monday for Pro-First Responder Day, and later in the week Officer Ickes stopped by Munroe and Dunbar for a special demonstration with Axel and Superintendent Ferguson. The police department also bought wrist bands for K-5 that say "I'm Drug Free with Tallmadge PD" and PTA provided wristbands that say "Spread the Red, Love the Blue". It was definitely a great week for both our officers and the students! #RedRibbonWeek #SayNoToDrugs

This week the Tallmadge City School District is taking part in Red Ribbon week! Red Ribbon week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign. Check out this video that was created at Tallmadge High School by TallmadgeTV for the K-5 students. Great job to the students that made this video! Hopefully we won't lose some of our police officers and firefighters to become actors in Hollywood! #RedRibbonWeek #SayNoToDrugs https://youtu.be/gxoV1Tsvq6Y

Just a friendly reminder...drop-off is this Saturday! Drop-off locations include the Tallmadge Police Department located at 53 Northeast Avenue, Acme Fresh Market located at 600 South Avenue, and Giant Eagle located at 205 West Avenue. Please note that the take-back is only for pills, capsules, or liquids; syringes cannot be accepted. For syringe disposal, call Summit County Public Health at 330.926.5600. #DrugTakeBack

Drop-off locations include the Tallmadge Police Department located at 53 Northeast Avenue, Acme Fresh Market located at 600 South Avenue, and Giant Eagle located at 205 West Avenue. Please note that the take-back is only for pills, capsules, or liquids; syringes cannot be accepted. For syringe disposal, call Summit County Public Health at 330.926.5600.

Evening, folks! Sgt. Hurley has rescued our little buddy here wandering around Pennwood trying to stay out of the rain. If this is your dog, or you know who this dog belongs to, please let us know! *** UPDATE: Darla is back home!

Is somebunny missing their rabbit? Our black and white friend here was trying to blend in as a Dalmatian near Fire Station 1 and Cornerstone School on West Overdale. If you want to hop on over and pick him up, the folks that have him will keep an eye on this post.

View the October Circle City Connection to learn more about events, services, programs, and initiatives in the City of Tallmadge. This month features information on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, Leaf Pick-Up, Gas and Electric Aggregation, and MORE! Visit http://conta.cc/2yTLZL8 for more information.

It looks like we are building up a collection of bicycles at the Police Department. If you have had a bike stolen or gone missing over summer, you may want to check with our property manager to see if we may have your bike! Dawn can be reached at dhoff@tallmadge-Ohio.org. Thanks!

September is National Preparedness Month. Week 4: Get Involved! Be a Part of Something Larger. Get involved and share preparedness info in your community, faith-based organization, business & more: www.ready.gov #PlanAhead #NatlPrep

September is National Preparedness Month. Week 3: Practice and Build Out Your Plans How will you pay your bills if a disaster strikes? Disasters don’t plan ahead, you can: www.ready.gov/financial-preparedness #NatlPrep

*** UPDATE: Reunited with owners! Thanks! *** Ofc. Stover brought this scared girl back to the police department - she was found in the 1100 block of Eastwood. She has a pink collar. If she's yours or you recognize her, please call Ofc. Stover at 330.633.2181! Thanks and have a great Sunday!

It was a beautiful scene on Tallmadge Circle last night. Thank you to all of the volunteers that helped make this possible and to those that visited the Circle to remember the lives that were lost on 9/11. “Every one of those candles represents a life, and when you see the scene, it’s overwhelming. You go out of there with a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye.” - Mike Passarelli, Tallmadge Fire Chief (Tallmadge Express, September 10, 2017)

Thank you to all of the volunteers that came out this morning to assist with setting up the candles for the 9/11 Remembrance on the Circle. Volunteers will also be needed tomorrow morning, September 12, to help remove the candles. Please take a moment this evening to visit the Circle to see the candle display in memory of those lives lost on 9/11.

http://www.mytownneo.com/news/20170910/tallmadge-circle-to-glow-in-remembrance-of-sept-11-victims

September is National Preparedness Month. Week 2: Plan to Help Your Neighbor and Community www.ready.gov/volunteer Almost half of Americans expect to rely on their neighbors after a disaster. Plan today. #NatlPrep

View the September Circle City Connection to learn more about events, services, programs, and initiatives in the City of Tallmadge. This month features information on National Preparedness Month, National Fire Prevention Week, Fall Clean-Up, and MORE! Visit http://conta.cc/2vLI0SR for more information.

Citizens Academy Classes September 20-November 1 7-9 PM Offered Wednesday nights at each community's police department

September is National Preparedness Month. Week 1: Make a Plan for Yourself, Family and Friends https://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan Disasters don’t plan ahead. You can. Make an emergency plan today. #PlanAhead #NatlPrep

SCAM ALERT We have shared scam alerts regarding phone calls from IRS scammers in the past, but now the IRS is advising people to be aware of IRS scammers in your email as well. Please read the story below for more information. https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-issues-urgent-warning-to-beware-irs-fbi-themed-ransomware-scam

Are you registered for CodeRED emergency alerts? This critical feature allows city officials to send you important information, whether you prefer phone calls, text messages or emails regarding boil water notices, road closures, severe weather warnings, and more. You can now register using your Gmail, Facebook or Twitter credentials by clicking the link below! http://goo.gl/jWKLds

Dunbar and Munroe- we're coming with treats this week!

Hey folks, Ofc. Quillen here... looks like we have a found black dog, no collar. The dog was found near the Southeast Six Corners and Ofc. Delorenzo has the dog at the Tallmadge Police Station. If this is your dog, come get it! If this dog looks familiar, please let the owner know we may have their dog. Thanks! **UPDATE** 8/20 - The dog has been reunited with its owner! Thanks!