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The Aurora Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Portage County, Ohio. The department is composed of 5 main divisions: investigations, K9, SWAT, patrol and records. The investigations division investigates crimes, suspicious behavior, unusual activities, and dangerous situations. The K9 division is composed of 2 German Shepard officers who assist law enforcement in locating illegal narcotics. The SWAT division is responsible for responding to high-risk crimes such as hostage and crisis situations. The patrol division is responsible for conducting traffic stops, responding to 911 calls, making arrests and filing police reports. The records division is responsible for maintaining all incident, offense, arrest and traffic accident reports that have been filed by officers. The mission of the department is to prevent crime and safeguard life and property.
Brian Byard, Chief of Police
Aurora Police Department
100 S. Aurora Road
Aurora, OH 44202
Population Served: 15,000
Number of Officers: 24
All persons arrested by the Aurora Police Department are transported to the Portage County Jail. The Portage County Jail is a full-service, minimum to maximum security facility located in Ravenna, Ohio. The jail houses female and male adult offenders who have been arrested and charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses.
Inmates are encouraged to visit with their friends and family members while incarcerated. Visitation is via a video monitoring system provided by a 3rd party. An account must be made on the ICSolutions website. Once an account is made, visitation days and times are released.
The crime rate in Aurora, Ohio was 34 in the year 2019. The overall crime rate is 7.9 times lower than the US average and is 13.2% higher than all US cities. The annual crime rate has decreased by 52%. In the last 5 years, the Aurora crime rate has seen a decline in both property and violent crimes. Aurora has a livability score of 81/100, which is considered exceptional. Aurora crime rates are 66% lower than the Ohio average. Recent arrests and mugshots can be viewed online.