Put-In-Bay Police Department

  • Agency: Put-In-Bay Police Department
  • Address: 431 Catawba Ave, Put-In-Bay, 43456 OH
  • Chief: Ric Lampela (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-285-4121
Fax: 419-285-2515

Put-In-Bay Police Department is located at 431 Catawba Ave, Put-In-Bay, 43456 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Ric Lampela. The Put-In-Bay Police Department phone number is 419-285-4121.

Put-In-Bay Police Department News

We swore in two new full time officers today. Welcome to Put-in-Bay Michael Woodside and Carson Frase.

The PIB TUNNEL hoax was awesome! But please stop calling the department, because we are telling everyone it's real!!! Lol.

Be careful today.

Can we find your home when you call us? It is important that you have a visible address so that first responders can find your property quickly.

This happens a lot....

The roads are starting to ice up. Please be careful!

Excellent job by all PIB officers involved. The department received praise from the Ottawa County prosecutor's office for the investigation that led this man to be sentenced to 18 YEARS! http://www.sanduskyregister.com/story/201712120031

Please drive safe on PIB, officers responded to a non- injury crash at Catawba and Thompson yesterday. Buckle up!

Fyi this video is only one example of how to survive falling through the ice. Use this information at your own risk. https://www.facebook.com/perry.explorers/posts/1553589188060399

Dancer of the year award 2017 Det. McInnis VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED...

Officer of the year 2017 Shawn Simmons

Extreme cold temperatures forecasted! (SCHOOL IS CLOSED TOMORROW). Remember we are here to help for vehicle and home lock-outs, vehicle jump starts, even a courtesy transport if all of your other options fail. Give us a call...419-285-4121

The Put-in-Bay Police Department is now hiring certified police officers and dispatchers for the 2018 summer season. Officers will start at $14.00 per hour and dispatchers at $11.00 per hour. In certian cases, veteran officers may be paid $20.00+ an hour, if certain n time in-service and availlability standards are met (positions are limited). If you or someone you know is interested please go to indeed.com and fill out the application.

Weather temperatures are forecasted to be well below freezing for the next several days. The expectation is the lake will freeze over by next week. Please remember safety this season and never travel alone. Happy New year!

The 9th annual cardboard boat race. What a great time watching cardboard boats race to the finish.

If anyone knows (shirtless) Billy's phone number please let him know we have Jerry again.

Coffee with a Cop event

The Put-in-Bay Police Department is now hiring certified police officers and dispatchers for the 2018 summer season. Officers will start at $14.00 per hour and dispatchers at $11.00 per hour. In certian cases, veteran officers may be paid $20.00+ an hour, if certain n time in-service and availlability standards are met (positions are limited). If you or someone you know is interested please go to indeed.com and fill out the application.

On this day in 1983 Dispatcher Michael Sweeney (Put-in-Bay Police), Sergeant Robert Rigoni (Port Clinton Police), Deputy Bruce Mettler (Ottawa County Sheriff's Office), and EMT/Firefighter Duane Dress(PIBPFD) were killed when the plane they were riding in crashed into Lake Erie. The officers were traveling to assist a police chief on a neighboring island who was suffering a heart attack. You may be gone but you will never be forgotten.

http://www.portclintonnewsherald.com/story/news/local/2016/09/21/detective-seeking-witness-jet-express-dock-assault/90796424/

Congratulations former Put-in-Bay Police Officer Cruz. We are so proud of you.

If Anybody Is Missing a dog, we have it.