Oakwood Village Police Department 24800 Broadway Avenue · Oakwood Village, OH 44146
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UPCOMING EVENTS

DEA Drug Takeback Day

Oakwood Village Hall on Saturday, April 30  between 10am to 2pm The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2019 National

Law Enforcement

The K-9 Unit is comprised of one K-9 and his handler.

The duties of every OVPD Patrol Officer includes (but not limited to) responding to the scene of a crime or accident, interviewing suspects, witnesses, writing crime reports, responding to radio calls, monitoring any suspicious activity of ongoing crimes.

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Endangered missing adult alert:Keith Wyne WrightB/M DOB- 11/18/19545'07, 203, Blk, BroReported missing from Glenwillow, OH. Keithsuffers from schizophrenia and is diabetic. Last seen wearing a dark coat, blue pj pants and has a walker. Last seen on foot at the RTA bus stop on Broadway Ave near Tryon Rd in Oakwood Village. If you have seen Keith or know of his whereabouts please call 911. ... MoreLess
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Today was Shop with a Cop with the OVPD. A great time was had by all from shopping at Target in Bainbridge and then returning to wrap presents and have pizza. Thanks to all the volunteers who help make the day a huge success! ... MoreLess
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Thanksgiving EveBuzzed driving is prevalent over Thanksgiving due in part to cultural phenomena like “Blackout Wednesday”, which highlights and even encourages the heavy consumption of alcohol and drugs throughout this holiday weekend. Impaired-driving-related crashes spike during the Thanksgiving holiday season. From 2017 to 2021, 135 drivers involved in fatal crashes on Thanksgiving Eve were alcohol-impaired, and over the entire Thanksgiving holiday period, nearly 800 people died in alcohol-impaired crashes. ... MoreLess
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