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The Akron Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Summit County, Ohio. The department is composed of 4 main divisions: investigations, police community relations, services and uniform services. The investigation division is responsible for conducting thorough investigations of violent crimes, property crimes and sexual assualts. The police community relations division is responsible for connecting the department with the community through various programs and activities such as DARE programs and safety programs. The services division is responsible for department training and technical services. The uniform services division is responsible for responding to 911 calls, making local arrests, filing police reports and arrest records, and conducting traffic stops.
Stephen L. Mylett, Chief of Police
Akron Police Department
217 S. High Street
Akron, OH 44308
Population Served: 223,019
Number of Officers: 498
All persons arrested by the Akron Police Department are transported to the Summit County Jail. The jail is classified as a full service detention center. The current capacity is 671 inmates. Video visitation is available to all inmates. Visitation is conducted on site at the jail using the video terminals located in the facility’s visitation center. Off site visitation can be conducted using a computer, tablet or smartphone. To view current visitation hours, an account must be created on the Summit County Jail website.
The crime rate in Akron, Ohio was 446 in the year 2019. The overall crime rate is 1.6 times higher than the U.S. average and higher than 93.7% of all U.S. cities. The 2019 annual crime rate decreased by 7% in Akron, Ohio. In the last 5 years Akron has seen a rise in violent crime and a decline in property crime. Akron has a livability score of 62/100, which is considered below average. Akron crime rates are 106% higher than the Ohio average. Recent arrests can be viewed online.