Upper Sandusky Police Department

  • Agency: Upper Sandusky Police Department
  • Address: 120 North 7th Street, Upper Sandusky, 43351 OH
  • Chief: David M Olds (Chief of Police)

Upper Sandusky Police Department is located at 120 North 7th Street, Upper Sandusky, 43351 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is David M Olds. The Upper Sandusky Police Department phone number is 419-294-2324.

Upper Sandusky Police Department News

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day October 28th, 2017 from 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Operation Medicine Cabinet and other collection programs protect our children, our water and our food supplies, and decrease prescription drug abuse by making it easier for you to properly dispose of unused or expired medication. This is a completely confidential program. No personal information will be collected. Please remove all prescription labels before arriving. In addition to the items listed below, the Police Department will not be accepting liquid medication like cough syrup, solutions, or other liquids.

City of Upper Sandusky Municipal Offices 119 N. 7th St. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 Help Wanted Full-Time Police Dispatcher At this time, the City is now accepting applications for a full-time position with the Police Department for a Police Dispatcher. General Description: performs communication functions to dispatch police personnel to crimes in progress, crime scenes, accidents, and other incidents reported; answers telephone and two-way radio transmissions to receive complaints, request for services, or assistance from other officers; maintains contact with officers to provide information and coordinate on-site activities; operates N.C.I.C./L.E.A.D.S.; maintains log of activities and information. Qualifications: Completion of secondary education (high school diploma or GED equivalent), supplemented by experience operating telecommunication equipment; or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Licensure: Must possess or be able to obtain L.E.A.D.S. certification within 60 days immediately following date of employment and may be required to obtain other certifications as determined by the chief of police. Applicants should contact the Upper Sandusky Police Department, 120 N. 7th St., Upper Sandusky, OH to obtain a job application and a copy of the position description. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on October 13, 2017. The City of Upper Sandusky is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

On Monday evening Women of the Moose Chapter 1045 of Upper Sandusky presented retired police canine Hunter with a "Hero of the Community" award for his outstanding service to the community. Pictured are K9 Hunter, Officer Silcox and Women of the Moose members Sue Larick, Deb Smith and Julie Bennett.

Please join us in congratulating Canine Hunter on his retirement from the Upper Sandusky Police Department. Hunter joined the department in October 2010 at which time he began patrolling with his handler, Officer Silcox. During the course of his career Hunter assisted on more than 800 illegal drug investigations throughout Wyandot County. Hunter will be greatly missed by the members of the department but has earned the right to relax and become the spoiled family pet of Officer Silcox and his family. Congratulations Hunter!

The Upper Sandusky Police Department needs your assistance! On Tuesday, June 20th, as many as 1,500 cyclists will be coming to Upper Sandusky as part of The Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure. We are asking that motorists be extra vigilant when traveling the roadways to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for everyone. The cyclists will enter Upper Sandusky on County Highway 330, and cross over N. Warpole Street onto Guthrie Street. An officer will be stationed at this intersection from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm to assist the cyclists with safe passage across this busy roadway. Motorists traveling on N. Warpole Street may experience short term delays when traveling this roadway but we hope you'll be patient as we strive to create a safe and fun experience for everyone. The cyclists will be traveling to the Wyandot County Fairgrounds and after crossing N. Warpole St., they will travel east on W. Guthrie St. to N. Eighth St. They will then travel north on Eighth St. to Houpt Drive. From Houpt Drive they will travel east to N. Sandusky and then north to the fairgrounds. Thank You for your understanding and cooperation. Captain Dan Ross

National Traffic Safety Mobilization, "Click It or Ticket" from May 22nd - June 4th.

City of Upper Sandusky Municipal Offices 119 N. 7th St. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 Help Wanted Full-Time Position At this time, the City is now accepting applications for a full time position with the Police Department for a Police Dispatcher. General Description: performs communication functions to dispatch police personnel to crimes in progress, crime scenes, accidents, and other incidents reported; answers telephone and two-way radio transmissions to receive complaints, request for services, or assistance from other officers; maintains contact with officers to provide information and coordinate on-site activities; operates N.C.I.C./L.E.A.D.S.; maintains log of activities and information. Qualifications: Completion of secondary education (high school diploma or GED equivalent), supplemented by experience operating telecommunication equipment; or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Licensure: Must possess or be able to obtain L.E.A.D.S. certification within 60 days immediately following date of employment and may be required to obtain other certifications as determined by the chief of police. Applicants should contact the City’s Human Resources Office, 119 N. 7th St., Upper Sandusky, OH to obtain a job application and a copy of the position description. Applications will be accepted until April 17, 2017. The City of Upper Sandusky is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

On March 2, 2017 Upper Sandusky Police Officer Silcox and K9 Hunter were participating in a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) detail in cooperation with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. At approximately 1445 hours Officer Silcox conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, traveling east on US 30, for an obstructed rear plate. While speaking with the occupants, criminal indicators and the odor of marijuana were detected. Officer Silcox utilized K9 Hunter on the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed approximately 10 lbs of Marijuana and over $2,000.00 cash. The report was forwarded to the Wyandot County Prosecutor for charges.

Notice of examination: FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER with the City of Upper Sandusky. Civil Service Commission written test to begin at 9 a.m. on 03/04/2017, applications are due by 02/23/2017 at 6 p.m. Applications along with requirements may be obtained at the Police Department located at 120 N. Seventh St Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351. Police Officers are covered by a Labor Agreement between the International Union of Police Associations AFL-CIO Local 32 and the City of Upper Sandusky. THE CITY OF UPPER SANDUSKY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

The Upper Sandusky Police Department is accepting applications for the position of (SWORN) AUXILIARY PATROLMAN. - Eligible candidates must possess a valid Ohio Peace Officer Certificate (OPOTA) or near graduation from a certified academy. - Eligible candidates will undergo background checks and interviews Applications may be obtained at the Upper Sandusky Police Dept located at 120 N. Seventh St, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 or a request for application may be e-mailed to the Police Chief at Chiefolds@uppersanduskypolice.org If any eligible applicants have any further questions, contact Captain Ross or Chief Olds at 419.294.2324 during regular business hours. Note: This is a non-union, non-bargaining position.

Shop with a cop 2016 was a huge success and a great experience for all those involved! A special thanks to the Elks lodge 83 and Walmart for making the event possible! Ptl. Breece, SRO

Online shopping is at its highest this time of year! Please be very cautious and alert for scams. If things seem odd, they probably are. Find a creditable phone number from another source and call the company thats claiming there is a problem. If there are questions about call your local Police Department or Sheriff's Office and we can assist you the best we can.

The Police Department is aware of the gas line break issue at the intersection of W. Johnson and S. Seventh St. If your home is affected and does not have heat, call the Police Dept. We have a location for families and individuals to come and get warm. 419.294.2324

Last month, the Upper Sandusky Police Department teamed up with CLC Life Insurance / Catholic Ladies of Columbia to deliver an "anti-bullying" message to students at St Peter's Catholic School and OLC schools in Carey. In addition to the anti-bullying program, the School Resource Officer (SRO) has also presented "sexting laws / consequences" to Union Middle School and Upper Sandusky High School. "Law enforcement officials are often the bearer of bad news, but this is a unique opportunity to have a positive influence on young minds." - Ptl. Breece, School Resource Officer

The Upper Sandusky Police Department is looking for your assistance in identifying this subject. On 08/12/2016 the subject in the photos was observed on camera passing counterfeit money at the Upper Sandusky Walmart. Please contact Officer Temple at the Upper Sandusky Police Department with any information about this subject observed in these photos at 419-294-2324. Please refrain from posting the information in the comments or making unnecessary remarks. Thank You!

The Upper Sandusky Police Department is looking for your assistance in identifying this subject. On 09/12/2016 the subject in the photos was observed on camera using stolen credit card numbers at the Upper Sandusky Walmart. The subject has a distinct tattoo on the inside of his left forearm and observed leaving the parking lot in a silver SUV. Please contact Officer O’Connor at the Upper Sandusky Police Department with any information about this subject observed in these photos at 419-294-2324. Please refrain from posting the information in the comments or making unnecessary remarks. Thank You!

Many local residents have been receiving calls from someone claiming to be a member of the Upper Sandusky Police Department. The caller has told residents they are going to be arrested and that money is owed. It appears to the residents that the call is actually coming from this department on caller ID. At this time we are just reminding the public that at no time will our department call anyone to inform them they are being arrested. Several complaints today have described the caller as a male with a heavy foreign accent. Please do not give out any personal information and pass this information on to your family, friends and neighbors. Thank You!!