The men and women of the Perrysburg Township Police Department serve and protect the estimated 12,500 citizens who live in the 40 square mile Township, along with the many motorists who travel through the Township each day.
- The Police Department provides gun locks free of charge.
- They are provided to promote the safe keeping of weapons being stored.
- The Police Department can check on your home while you are on vacation.
- The Police Department provides a “Senior Watch Program”.
- The Police Department accepts unwanted, unused prescription drugs (patches and pills), and safely dispose of those medications.
- Anyone can drop off items at the Perrysburg Township Police Station at 26711 Lime City Road between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
- Please remove all medications from bottles and blister packs prior to your arrival at the police station. It is recommended to place the medicine in a clear plastic bag so it can be viewed prior to dumping into the collection container.
Please visit the police station or call 419.874.3551 for more information regarding the aforementioned services.
The Police Department sergeants, officers, and dispatchers are currently represented by Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association; all members of the Perrysburg Township Police Department also have the choice to belong to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 184.