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Contact Information

Brooklyn Police Department
7619 Memphis Avenue
Brooklyn, Ohio 44144

Scott Mielke, Chief  
smielke@brooklynohio.gov  
216.749.1234


Miranda Braude, Animal Control Officer
mbraude@brooklynohio.gov
216-635-4291 (voicemail only)

Police Non-Emergency
216.749.1234

Emergency
911 








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ENTRY-LEVEL POLICE OFFICER CIVIL SERVICE TEST

The City of Brooklyn, Ohio Civil Service Commission will hold a written examination to establish an eligibility list for the position of Entry-Level Police Officer on Monday, September 24, 2018, at 6:30pm at the Brooklyn Community/Senior Center, 7727 Memphis Ave., Brooklyn, Ohio.  Applications are available at Brooklyn City Hall, 7619 Memphis Ave. - Monday, August 27 through Friday, September 14 (excluding Labor Day on September 3) from 8:00am-4:00pm and are also available on our website at www.brooklynohio.gov.  Completed applications, waivers, and any attachments must be returned, in person, to Brooklyn City Hall - Monday, August 27 through Friday, September 14 (excluding Labor Day September 3) from 8:00am until 4:00pm.  There is a non-refundable fee for written examination payable with return of application.  

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background check information - fbi/bci

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no solicitors registration form

Click here for information.   A No Soliciting sticker will be mailed to you upon completion of returning the form.  

 

Autism safety roster application

The Brooklyn Police Department is pleased to announce a new initiative directed at making police encounters safer for people with autism.  We now have a voluntary registry that can notify our officers of autistic individuals in the community.  All Brooklyn Police officers have been trained specifically through OPOTA to interact with people with autism.  Our Department is constantly looking for ways on improving our service to our community.  Through this training and the new registry we hope to make our community safer for everyone.   The application can be found at the link above titled Autism Safety Roster Application.

 

Ohio Crime Victim's Toolkit

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PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP-OFF PROGRAM

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important Emergency Services Information

The City of Brooklyn's Emergency Services will be dispatched from the Parma Regional Dispatch Center. Should you need the services of the Police or Fire Departments and it is an emergency, you should still dial 911, as you have always done. Non-Emergency calls to 216-749-1212 or 216-749-1234 will still be answered by a dispatcher. The Police Department's window will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm for public records. In the Police Department's lobby is a 24 hour phone that automatically dials 216-749-1234.



It is the Brooklyn Police Department's mission to serve as partners with our citizens to maintain a safe and peaceful community.  We commit ourselves to the preservation of life, protection of property, and safeguarding individual liberties. We are dedicated to accomplishing this with service, integrity, professionalism, pride, and respect.  
 

The Police Department is staffed by 1 police chief - 22 police officers - 3 detectives - 7 sergeants - and 5 dispatchers who are dedicated to providing a multitude of police, crime prevention and safety services.





2017 Annual Report


Parking Ban

Parking Ban - (ordinance 1968-55) - A No Parking Ban is in effect on our public streets from November 1st thru April 1st from 2:00am and 7:00am and when snow exceeds two inches.


Programs

 

  • School Resource Officer
  • Juvenile Diversion Program  
  • Are You O.K. Program