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The Bedford Heights Police Department is a law enforcement agency in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The department is composed of 37 full-time police officers, 40 auxiliary officers, a corrections staff of 49 and a civilian support staff of 24. These officers are responsible for patrolling the city, deterring crime, making local arrests, filing police reports and filing arrest records. The mission of the department is to work in partnership with the community, to provide a high level of service and to protect life, property, and the constitutional rights of the citizens.
Michael Marotta, Chief of Police
Bedford Heights Police Department
5661 Perkins Road
Bedford Heights, OH 44146
Population Served: 10,000
Number of Officers: 37
The Bedford Heights City Jail is a holding facility for low level inmates who will not be incarcerated for a long period of time. All other offenders are transferred to the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center. The Cuyahoga County Corrections Center is a minimum to maximum security facility located in Cleveland, Ohio. The center has 2 locations, Downtown and Euclid. The Downtown Jail is the primary facility. The Cuyahoga County Corrections Center houses inmates who have been charged with both misdemeanor and felony charges. Inmates are either awaiting trial, serving out their sentence or awaiting transfer to a state prison. The Corrections Center houses over 26,000 inmates annually and employs 700 correctional staff.
Inmates are allowed weekly visits with their friends and family. All visits are through a video recording system. Visitors can use their smartphones or laptops from home or can use a kiosk at the jail for visitation. Visitation can be scheduled online using the Securus Technologies website. An account is needed to schedule a visit.
The crime rate in Bedford Heights was 175 in the year 2018. The overall crime rate is 1.5 times lower than the US average, and 63.4% higher than the US average. The annual crime rate has decreased by 21%. In the last 5 years, Bedford Heights has seen a decrease in violent and property crimes. Bedford Heights has a livability score of 75/100, which is considered exceptional. Bedford Heights crimes rates are 6% higher than the Ohio average.