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Brooklyn Police Department
7619 Memphis Avenue
Brooklyn, Ohio 44144
Scott Mielke, Chief
Peggy Hovan, Administrative Assistant to the Chief
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click here for an update from Brooklyn Police 11-16-15
Alexis Marie Boroviak. Last seen on Sunday, November 8 at approximately 7:15pm. If you have information about Alexis call the Brooklyn Police Department at 216-749-1234. Click here for picture and additional information.
The Brooklyn Police Department is pleased to offer you online access to recent motor vehicle accident reports (MVA). To request a copy of your report click here.
First Brooklyn Police Officers Receive CIT Designation
The Brooklyn Police Department announces the first class of 4 officers certified in the CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) program. CIT is a police-based pre-arrest jail diversion program. The program is a partnership between law enforcement and emergency health services. CIT officers receive approximately 40 hours of training in areas including psychiatric disorders, substance abuse issues, de-escalation techniques, and in legal issues related to mental health and substance abuse. In addition, they receive empathy training from individuals with mental illness and gain exposure to the views of family members of those suffering from a mental illness. An additional 5 officers are scheduled to attend the training in December 2015.
The City of Brooklyn Police Department works to enhance the quality of life in the City and to provide a safe and secure environment for our residents, businesses and visitors. We are committed to working with the community to identify and solve problems as an aid in the reduction of crime.
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.
Police Community Survey
The employees of the Brooklyn Police Department thank you for participating in our Community Satisfaction Survey. Your feedback is important to us. We particularly thank participants for their individual comments, as these will serve to strengthen our department by pointing out ways we can better deliver our services and by highlighting issues that we might not have considered. We are ever mindful that our department’s effectiveness is ultimately determined by the confidence and cooperation of the community we serve.
Thank you again for your time and participation.
Chief Scott Mielke
Community Satisfaction Survey
2014 Annual Report
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.
- Block Watch Program
- Bicycle Helmet Safety Program
- Juvenile Diversion Program
- Domestic Abuse
- Are You O.K. Program