Police Department

Deer Culling Forms

Deer culling forms for the 2019/20 Hunting Season are available on-line and in Village Hall. The 2019-20 hunting season runs September 28, 2019-February 2, 2020. On-line forms can be accessed below. Please print the forms and return all completed forms with the $25.00 application fee, (checks payable to the Village of Gates Mills), to: Gates Mills Police Department Attn: Sgt. Mike Pollutro 1470...Read more

Drug Take-back Day

On Saturday, October 26, 2019 the Police Department will be accepting expired or unwanted medications in the Village Hall between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Simply bring your unwanted or expired prescription drugs* to the Town Hall. For questions call (440) 423-4405 or email Detective Mike Day. mday@gatesmillsvillage.com *NO creams, liquids or needles of any kind .Read more

Pink Sheet

Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: As the summer is winding down and children are heading back to school, I want to remind everyone to closely monitor your speed when driving through our school zones. The beginning of the school year is the time when children are at an increased risk for pedestrian, and motor vehicle related accidents...Read more

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Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: For those who drive regularly on Gates Mills Boulevard, you may have noticed the new one lane signs that were installed in each direction. For those who are unaware, Gates Mills Boulevard is and has always been one lane. We felt it was necessary for public awareness and to improve traffic safety to...Read more

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Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: On April 27 th , the Police Department partnered with the Drug Enforcement Agency in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Program. At the town hall, Detective Michael Day collected over 20 lbs. of unwanted/unused medication and had participation from 30 residents and others from outside Gates...Read more

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Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: With the warmer weather upon us, we can expect to see an increase in bicyclists riding on the roads located throughout our beautiful scenic village. Please remember that in March, 2017, Ohio legislators passed House Bill 154, which requires motorists to pass bicyclists on the road with no less than a...Read more

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Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department Hopefully by the time you are reading this warmer weather should be upon us as spring approaches!! On Saturday, April 27, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Gates Mills Town Hall, Detective Sergeant Day will be on site to accept your old/unwanted medications for the National Prescription Drug Take-...Read more

Drug Take-back Day

On Saturday, April 27, 2019 the Police Department will be accepting expired or unwanted medications outside Village Hall between 10am and 2pm. Simply bring your unwanted or expired prescription drugs* to the Town Hall. For questions call (440) 423-4405 or email Detective Mike Day. mday@gatesmillsvillage.com *NO creams, liquids or needles of any kind .Read more

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Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: Always looking for new ways to serve the Village, the police department is very excited to introduce two new services to residents. We have partnered with Frontier Public Safety Solutions to provide two programs which will make things safer for our homes and the furry friends inside. The first is a...Read more

Pink Sheet

Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: On behalf of the men and women of the Police Department, I would like to thank all those who contributed to the Village Employee Christmas Fund. I would also like to thank everyone who kept the Town Hall supplied with delicious holiday food items. Your thoughtful expressions of support for the Police...Read more

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