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The Findlay Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Hancock County. The department is composed of 3 main divisions: detectives, patrol and special services. The detectives division handles the investigations of cases that come into the department. These cases are property and violent crimes. The patrol division makes up the majority of the department, and is the frontline in the prevention, detection, and crime solving. Patrol officers are also responsible for making arrests. The special services division includes the functions of crime prevention, Court Services, Property Management, Police Reports and Arrest Records Management and training. The mission of the department is to prevent crime, enforce laws and protect the life and property of the community.
Robert Ring, Chief of Police
Findlay Police Department
318 Dorney Plaza
Findlay, OH 45840
Population Served: 38,000
Number of Officers: 71
All persons arrested by the Findlay Police Department are transported to the Hancock County Jail. The Hancock County Jail is a full-service, minimum to maximum security facility located in Findlay, Ohio. The jail houses inmates who have been charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses. All inmates in the jail are either awaiting trial, serving their sentence, or awaiting transport to state or federal prison. The facility has a capacity of 98 inmates.
The crime rate in Findlay, Ohio is 220. The overall crime rate is 1.2 times lower than the US average and is higher than 72.5% of all cities and towns in the US. The annual crime rate has decreased by 7%. In the last 5 years, Findlay has seen a decline in both violent crime and property crimes. Finlay has a livability score of 80/100, which is considered exceptional. Findlay crime rates are 5% lower than the Ohio average.