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The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Summit County, Ohio. The department’s main bureau is operations. Within the operations bureau, there are 5 main divisions: bicycle patrol, investigations, narcotics, patrol and youth diversion. The bicycle patrol unit rides throughout the city to get a closer look at homes and businesses. This division builds relationships with the community and deters crime. The investigation division is composed of detectives who investigate all serious misdemeanor and felony crimes committed in the city. The narcotics division focuses on preventing and solving crimes surrounding the use of drug and alcohol abuse. The patrol division is the public face of the department. These officers are the first on the scene of a crime or accident and are responsible for making arrests and filing police reports. The youth diversion division is made up of officers who spend their time working with at-risk adolescents. The mission of the department is to provide service to the public while instilling a sense of security and safety.
Jack Davis, Chief of Police
Cuyahoga Falls Police Department
2310 Second Street
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
Population Served: 50,000
Number of Officers: 95
All persons arrested by the Cuyahoga Falls 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 Cuyahoga Falls is 127. The overall crime rate is 2.1 times smaller than the US average, and is higher than 50.5% of all US cities. The annual crime rate has decreased by 8%. In the last 5 years, Cuyahoga Falls has seen an increase in violent crimes and a decline in property crimes. Cuyahoga Falls has a livability score of 88/100, which is considered exceptional. Cuyahoga Falls crime rates are 6% lower than the Ohio average.