The Village of Pemberville Police Dept. seeks both a full-time and part-time officer. Applicant must be current with all certifications and pass both physical and background checks. Please submit application to Chief John Vaughn, at P.O. Box 109, Pemberville, Ohio 43450 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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PEMBERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Serving the Village of Pemberville with Excellence
If this is an emergency, please call 911
Our non emergency number is 419-287-3250. If you need to contact us outside an emergency situation, please call this number. This number will connect you with the sheriff's non emergency dispatch. Please do not hang up! Please leave your message and dispatch will contact our department.
You will be contacted as soon as possible.
The men and women of the Pemberville Police Department are committed to be a caring and sensitive organization dedicated to the concepts of personal excellence, continuous improvement, integrity, teamwork and service to our community. We believe in and will defend the dignity of all people and desire to protect individual rights. We aspire to contribute to the quality of life in Pemberville by providing understanding, compassionate and efficient policing services.
We, the Pemberville Police Department, are committed to providing the highest quality of police services to the people who live in, work in and visit our Village. We will constantly evaluate and improve our efforts to enhance public safety with the goal of improving the quality of life within the Village of Pemberville, while at the same time, maintaining respect for individual rights and human dignity.ServicesHouse Check Program
Residents can take advantage of our house check program by submitting the completed online form. Their address is placed on the house check list and officers make daily visits to make sure the house is secure.
Please Note: Upon completion, this form automatically forwards all information directly to the police department and can only be accessed by department personnel.
House check form.PDFAre You O.K.? Program
If you are a resident in the Village of Pemberville and are a senior citizen, disabled, or just feel that you would benefit from daily contact with someone, “Are You O.K.?” is for you. “Are You O.K.?” is a simple, effective telephone reassurance system that contacts you, the subscriber, each day at the same time. When you answer the phone, the system accepts the call and moves on to the next subscriber. If you don’t answer the phone, the system will automatically call you back a short time later. If you still don’t answer, an alert is issued and the Pemberville Police will follow up. The system is designed to help us stay in touch with our senior citizens who are living alone. Many adult children of seniors already telephone their parents daily to check on their well being. this system would do that for them, but we don’t go on vacation or forget. But if you do go on vacation, ust call the police department before you leave and inform us of the dates you will be gone. We will not call again until you return.
“Are You O.K.?” is not intended to replace any existing health monitors, but it would not be a problem to use both systems. We do not want you to stop the service provided by the “Lifeline” system so you may sign up for “Are You O.K.?”. “Are You O.K.?” is a totally free service offered to Pemberville residents. There is no cost at any time to any subscriber. Sign up by calling the Pemberville Police Department at (419) 287-3250 or Wood County Sherriff Deputy Brianne Cooper at 419-354-9005CodeRED
This system that alerts you to problems on your street, town or countywide. Storms, floods, CoVid19 announcements all can come directly to you. It’s free and easy and now would be a good time to add the CodeRED app to your phone or home computer. Information for that can be found at www.woodcountysheriff.com/wood-county-codered/Drug Take Back Box
Prescription drug take-back boxes provide a place where unused prescription drugs can be safely disposed. These permanent boxes prevent prescription and over-the-counter medications from getting into the hands of children and into the waterways. They make sure they are disposed of in a safe, environmentally-friendly manner. This is located in the lobby of our station.Village Complaint Form
If you have an issue that you would like to report, please fill out this form and return to the Townhall Drop Box, or email to email@example.com
or mail to Fiscal Officer, PO Box 109, Pemberville, Ohio 43450