Toledo Police Department...To Protect and To Serve

COVID-19 Information

Starting April 1st, 2021 the Safety Building and Scott Park Station are again open to the public.

The Records Section, located in the Safety Building, will be open M-F, 7am - 3pm. Visitors should ring the doorbell at the Erie Street entrance. Handicapped visitors in need of a ramp can enter the Safety Building from the mall side entrance.

Visitors will be required to identify themselves, provide a reason for the visit, and submit to a search of any bags.

The Scott Park District station will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for filing reports.

The number of visitors in the buildings at one time will be limited.

Social distancing and the wearing of face masks will be required of all visitors in all buildings.

TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT 525 N. ERIE TOLEDO, OH 43604

EMERGENCIES DIAL 911 | NON-EMERGENCY DISPATCH 419-255-8443 | SAFETY BUILDING AND INFORMATION 419-245-3246

email: toledo.police@toledo.oh.gov

The Operations Division is commanded by Deputy Chief Susan Surgo.

The Operations Division is made up of the Community Services Section, Central District Station Field Operations, Scott Park District Station Field Operations, and the TPD Traffic Section. Operations Division officers are the most visible part of the Toledo Police Department, from street patrols to Block Watch meetings.  Every 911 call for service is handled by the Operations Division, over 213,000 calls a year.  Operations Division officers enforce City and State ordinances, provide assistance to citizens, and respond to vehicular accidents throughout the city.  Toledo is broken into eight geographical areas (sectors) and patrols are assigned to the sectors depending on call volume and crime statistics.


The Community Services Section is commanded by Lt. Richard Trevino.  The Community Services Section’s primary objective is to promote organizational strategies that support the use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address crime and quality of life issues, and to improve relationships between citizens and police. The Community Services Officers (CSO), Police Prevention Team Officers (PPT), School Resource Officers (SRO), and the Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol Officer (RSVP) make up the section. CSOs attend neighborhood watch meetings, work closely with community members and businesses, and address citizen complaints. PPT officers work to divert at-risk teens from entering the juvenile justice system, SROs work in the high schools to mentor students as well as keep them safe, and the RSVP officer, along with volunteers, work to assist the elderly in the community. The section offers the following community programs: Brains and Body, Safe-T-City, and the Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP). The section also provides support to Toledo Neighborhood Block Watch, and S.T.R.I.V.E., Toledo, Inc.   Click here for more information on Community Services Programs.

The Central District Station is commanded by Captain Edward Bombrys.  Central District Station operations officers work out of the Safety Building and are responsible for all calls for service within sectors 1, 2, 3, and 4 (map).

The Scott Park District Station is commanded by Captain Thomas Morelli.  Scott Park District Station operations officers handle all calls for service within sectors 5, 6, 7, and 8 (map).

TPD Traffic Section is commanded by Lt. Todd Miller.