Glendale Police Department

The Glendale Police Department provides high quality, customer-focused law enforcement services to the picturesque and historic Village of Glendale, Ohio. The Police Department continues to operate from the same historic station that was built and placed into service in 1871. The building was specifically constructed as a police station, and is considered one of the oldest continuously operating police stations in the United States. The police station is located at 301 East Sharon Road, just east of the CSX railroad crossing.

The Glendale Police Deparment's mission, collectively as a department and as individual officers, is to provide an exemplary level of service and protection to the residents and businesses of the Village of Glendale and to all those who may visit, work in, or travel through the community.

We will serve the community through professional conduct at all times and the enforcement of criminal and traffic laws without prejudice or bias, with respect for the rights of all people, to assure a safe and secure environment for all.
Police Chief Dave Warman Police Chief Dave WarmanThe Glendale Police Department has been under the leadership of Chief Dave Warman since May of 2007. The department proudly functions as a highly cohesive team, dedicated to the constant improvement of operations and ultimately, the quality of life in Glendale. Including the chief, the department has seven full time and five part time officers. Civilian personnel consist of a police/court clerk, a school crossing guard and a school resource officer.

To contact the Glendale Police Department, please use one of the following numbers:

Police Department non-emergency: (513) 771-7645
On-duty officer: (513) 678-1017
Chief David Warman: (513) 678-1016

As always, if the situation is an emergency, call 911!