Police Department

Drug Take-back Day

On Saturday, October 29, 2022 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

Safety Town

In partnership with the Gilmour Academy, Safety Town is an awareness program designed to teach the importance of safety to preschool-aged children. Children will learn about playground, outdoor, bus and vehicle, traffic and pedestrian, bicycle, home, fire, animal, drug and stranger safety. This year's Safety Town for children ages 4-5 will be held from June 27 - July 1 at the Gilmour Academy...Read more

Traffic Photo-Enforcement Program- Informational Meeting Now on our YouTube Channel

The Traffic Photo-Enforcement Program meeting that was held on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2021 6:00 p.m. Gates Mills Community House is now on our YouTube Channel. You can watch it here . The topics discussed at the meeting: Learn about what a traffic photo-enforcement program is Why a traffic photo-enforcement program is being proposed Weigh in on the adoption of such a program in the VillageRead more

10/11/21 Crime Prevention Meeting now on YouTube Channel

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Crime Prevention Meeting Monday, October 11, 2021 at 6:00 PM The recorded meeting is now on our Village YouTube Channel and can be viewed here . Officer Newsome and Sergeant Fatica will share information on current crime prevention regarding frauds and scams. This will include an update from the Office of the Attorney General on COVID-19 targeted scams. Learn how and why you can be targeted, how...Read more

Drug Take-back Day

On Saturday, April 30, 2022 the Police Department will be accepting expired or unwanted medications at Town 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

Virtual Crime Prevention Meeting

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Crime Prevention Meeting Hosted by Crime Prevention Officer Jessica Newsome, CPS & John DiPietro, CPS, Past President & Senior Instructor for the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Monday, April 12 at 6:00 PM, ZOOM meeting JOIN the ZOOM Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86011779928?pwd=S2ppQXhXNnVpTkNFN0llN2RnZ2RqUT09 Meeting ID: 860 1177 9928 Passcode: 179314 One tap mobile +16465588656,,...Read more

Safety Awareness Seminar - Zoom Meeting 11/23/20

Community Awareness & Safety Seminar Monday, November 23, 2020 6p.m. - 7 p.m. Held virtually via ZOOM. Please join us as we discuss some best practices to residential and personal safety for you, your family, your property and your community in today’s dynamic world. Please register by November 16 through email ( gminichello@gatesmillsvillage.com ) to receive an invite code for this...Read more

Pink Sheet - November 2020

November
Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: We have officially turned the calendar to Autumn which brings its own set of hazards. Do not make the mistake of thinking that this is an easy time for driving. Typically, this time of year has the highest number of traffic accidents based on miles driven. An increase in traffic accidents are in...Read more

Pink Sheet - October 2020

Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: Fall is upon us! I hope that you were able to enjoy and make the most of your summer. These are certainly challenging times. I want to remind everyone that with students now returning to in classroom instruction, we expect to see more people driving their children to school. Please be aware of the...Read more

Pink Sheet - September 2020

September
Gates Mills Police Department Proud to Serve…Sworn to Protect From Your Police Department: I hope everyone is staying safe during these challenging times. We have all had to adjust our lifestyles to limit exposure and we hope the Covid-19 pandemic will pass soon. I again want to thank residents who delivered masks for our officers. As you know the Town Hall is not staffed 24 hours a day...Read more

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