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Contact Information

Brooklyn Police Department
7619 Memphis Avenue
Brooklyn, Ohio 44144

Hours of Operation

Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week

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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Closures & Delays

 

Public Meetings­ - Most public meetings have been canceled until further notice. City Council’s regular meetings will continue, although for the foreseeable future they will not be in city hall and will be conducted by remote attendance of Councilmembers, under the authority of Ordinance 2020-16, adopted March 16, 2020. Please see the City’s “Public Notices” page by scrolling below or clicking here (http://www.brooklynohio.gov/en-US/Public-Notice.aspx) for details on how to view these Council and other meetings live and submit questions and comments in advance. Agendas and docket items may be viewed here: https://go.boarddocs.com/oh/brookoh/Board.nsf/Public. Please remember that all Council meetings are posted to the city’s YouTube channel (available at www.brooklynohio.gov) and prior meetings are viewable on certain cable networks.

 

Senior Community Center – The building is closed until at least May 31, 2020 for all activities and rentals.  Senior Center staff can be contacted at (216) 635-4222 or kfratto@brooklynohio.gov

 

Recreation Center – The building will be closed until at least May 31, 2020. All programs are canceled or postponed until further notice. City of Brooklyn outdoor athletic facilities including baseball/softball diamonds, basketball courts, tennis courts, and soccer fields will remain closed through June 30.  Playgrounds, Pavilions, Ice Rink, and Natatorium will remain closed until further notice.  Patrons may still contract staff at (216) 351-5334 or direct questions by email to jabbruzzese@brooklynohio.govGovernor DeWine announced on May 14 that Recreation Center, Gyms and Fitness Centers could reopen as early as May 26.  City Administration and Recreation Department staff is currently working on a reopening plan an awaiting further direction from the County Board of Health and ODNR. 

 

City Hall -  The building will be open by appointment only, except for public meetings (pending further action by City Council as detailed above). The city’s main phone number is (216) 351-2133 and staff can be reached for specific questions or assistance.

 

Service Department – The building and premise will be open by appointment only. Daily trash pick-up will remain the same.  We are returning to our normal procedure for special pick-ups this week (May 11).  Residents must call by Thursday at 3:00pm to schedule a special pick-up for Friday.  Extra items can be put in the regular automated container if they fit inside.  Call (216) 635-4232 with questions.

 

Police Department – The window at the Police Department will remain open normal hours. Please contact 911 in case of an emergency or 216-749-1234 if it is non-emergency related matter.


Fire Department –   The Fire Department will continue responding to calls as usual, but community room is closed until further notice.

 

Mayor’s Court – Any cases scheduled for court this month have been postponed until April or May and notifications have been sent out.

 

These changes are after careful consideration and reviewing updates from the Governor, Board of Health and Centers for Disease Control. The health of our residents and employees remains our upmost priority.

 

 


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background check information - fbi/bci

click here for locations

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

Click here for information  

 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP-OFF PROGRAM

click here for information

 

important Emergency Services Information

The City of Brooklyn's Emergency Services will be dispatched from the Chagrin Valley 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 - 31 police officers - 3 detectives - 7 sergeants - and 5 dispatchers who are dedicated to providing a multitude of police, crime prevention and safety services.


ANNUAL REPORTS


2017 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report

2019 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