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The New Albany Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Franklin County, Ohio. The department is responsible for deterring crime, solving crimes in a timely manner, making local arrests, responding to calls for service and maintaining all police reports and arrest records that come through the facility. The department also provides many services to the community, such as block watch, the Citizens Police Academy, fingerprinting services, vacation checks, and self defense classes. Officers within the department are deeply committed to upholding the values of professionalism, integrity, respect and compassion to those they serve and protect. The department is now 1 of 70 law enforcement agencies in Ohio to earn the CALEA accreditation.
Todd Bailey, Chief of Police
New Albany Police Department
21 E Granville Street
New Albany, OH 43054
Population Served: 10,000
Number of Officers: 20
All persons arrested by the New Albany Police Department are transported to the Franklin County Jail. The Franklin County Jail is a minimum to maximum facility located in Columbus, Ohio. There are 2 facilities which house inmates. The jail houses inmates who have been charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses. Adult and juvenile offenders are housed in the same facility. All inmates in the jail are either awaiting trial, serving their sentence, or awaiting transport to state or federal prison. Current inmates and their mugshots can be seen on the facility’s jail roster.
Inmates are encouraged to visit with their friends and family members. Inmates are allowed 1 fifteen minute visit per week. There is a maximum of 2 adults and 3 children per visit for each inmate. The visitation schedule is the same for both facilities. Visiting days go by the inmate’s last name.
The hours can be between 10:30 am and 9 pm.
The crime rate in New Albany, Ohio is 53. The overall crime rate is 5.1 times smaller than the US average. The crime rate is higher than the crime rates in 21.1% of all cities in the US. The annual crime rate has increased by 29% in the last year. In the last 5 years, New Albany has seen a decline in both property and violent crimes. New Albany has a livability score of 80/100, which is considered exceptional. New Albany crime rates are 54% lower than the Ohio average.