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The Napoleon Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Henry County, Ohio. The mission of the department is to preserve the peace and order in the city with conflict management, crime prevention efforts and enforcement of the criminal statutes of the State of Ohio. Officers within the department accomplish this by being committed to the law, patrolling the city, deterring crime, investigating and solving crimes, and making local arrests. The department also provides community services such as providing copies of police reports and arrest records, fingerprinting, background checks, and a drug drop off box program.

Dan Mark, Chief of Police

Napoleon Police Department
310 Glenwood Ave
Napoleon, OH 43545
Henry County
Phone: 419-599-2810
Fax: 419-599-7969

Population Served: 9,000
Number of Officers: 16

All persons arrested by the Napoleon Police Department are transported to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. The facility houses inmates who have been arrested for misdemeanor and felony crimes. The inmates are awaiting trial, serving out their sentence, awaiting transport to state prison or awaiting expedition to the state or county they were wanted in. The facility can house up to 624 inmates, with 37 beds specifically for inmates from Henry County. All current inmates can be viewed on the facility’s jail roster.

Inmates are allowed to receive 1 visit per day remotely and only 1 visit per week onsite from friends and family members. All visits are through a video recording system. Visitors can use their smartphones or laptops to visit remotely or use a kiosk in the jail lobby onsite. Visitation is provided by a 3rd party provider called GTL.

Saturday through Sunday:

Lobby visitation hours: 12 pm to 2:30 pm and 5 pm to 7:30 pm
Home visitation hours: 7:30 am to 10 am, 12 pm to 2:30 pm and 5 pm to 9:30 pm

The crime rate in Napoleon, Ohio is 209. The overall crime rate is 1.3 times smaller than the US average. The crime rate is higher than the crime rates in 70.5% of all cities and towns in the US. The annual crime rate has increased by 55% in the last year. In the last 5 years, Napoleon has seen an incline in violent crime and a decline in property crime. Napoleon has a livability score of 75/100, which is considered exceptional. Napoleon crime rates are 39% higher than the Ohio average.

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The Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio has a public inmate roster. The roster is updated weekly. The roster lists all inmates housed in the facility in alphabetical order. The inmate’s name, booking number, booking date, charges and court they are being overseen by will be listed on the roster.

Public police records are available through the Napoleon Police Department. Record requests can be submitted electronically on the department’s website. If assistance is needed with locating the records, requests can be made in person or over the phone.

The department makes daily and annual reports available online. All traffic accident reports are available online as well.

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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Napoleon, Ohio

The Henry County Sheriff’s Office also has jurisdiction over Napoleon, Ohio. The Henry County Sheriff’s Office is a law enforcement agency located in Napoleon, Ohio. The office is responsible for patrolling the county, enforcing all laws, investigating crimes, servicing the courts and overseeing the jail.

Warrants are processed at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office. Warrant information is released in person only. Proper identification is required when making an inquiry.

Neither the Napoleon Police Department or the Henry County Sheriff’s Office has a most wanted list at this time.

Napoleon, Ohio Information

Napoleon is a city in, and the county seat of, Henry County, Ohio. The city covers a total of 6.59 square miles and has an estimated population of 8,639. The current mayor of the city is Jason Maassel. Maassel began serving the community on the city council in 2012. His term expires in 2023.

Contact the Mayor:

Jason Maassel
Phone: 419-592-4010
Email: [email protected]

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