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New Alarm Ordinance: Read More

 

500 South Sandusky Avenue
Bucyrus, Ohio 44820

Police Chief: David Koepke

Values: Committed to Courtesy, Integrity & Excellence

Our Mission

We are proud of our service to our community
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New Alarm Ordinance

Beginning January 1, 2016, residents and businesses that have alarm systems will no longer be required to register and pay an alarm permit fee.Learn More

Welcome Rosco

Welcome to the Bucyrus Police Department Rosco.
Today Mayor Reser gave the Oath to K9 Rosco and his handler Officer David Rowland. Learn More

 

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Bucyrus Mayor Jeff Reser

Greetings From Chief David Koepke:

Welcome to the City of Bucyrus, with a special welcome from the Bucyrus Police Department. Our goal is for your stay in Bucyrus to be a pleasant and safe experience. If you are visiting Bucyrus we want to be as helpful as possible and assist you anyway we can. Please feel free to contact the Police Department at any time. If you are a resident of Bucyrus or the Bucyrus area we are striving to provide you and your family with a safe and friendly environment and welcome your input to provide the best possible service. The Bucyrus Police Department is comprised of dedicated men and women in the areas of communications, patrol, investigations, administration and K-9 patrol. We are responsible for the City of Bucyrus and the four City lakes/reservoirs and associated recreational areas east of the City. Local residents and visitors will find the lake/reservoir areas, nearby park districts and city parks very inviting places for exercise and relaxation.

The Bucyrus Police Department will continue to strive to provide the highest quality of service to residents and visitors. If you are a resident of Bucyrus we hope you will continue to assist us in providing a safe community. We need the help of all citizens to enjoy an excellent quality of life. If you are visiting, we hope you have a pleasant experience, return or even join us as a resident in our friendly community, “The small city in the middle of everywhere.”

- Chief David Koepke

Our Mission

 

The Bucyrus Police Department will endeavor to make the City of Bucyrus a community where our citizens feel safe to reside, by engaging the citizens in a partnership with the Police and using everyone’s wisdom, support and resources to solve concerns of the community.

Our Values

 

Committed to Courtesy, Integrity & Excellence

Our Focus

 

  • Community Oriented Policing
  • A “We Care” Attitude
  • Courtesy, Integrity & Excellence
  • A People Oriented Workplace
  • Quality Leadership
  • Quality Employees

 

Police Officers and Staff

Officer
Chief David Koepke
Captain Joseph Greathouse
Captain Neil Assenheimer
Captain Greg Stevens
Lieutenant Kevin Wert
Lieutenant Tom Walker
Officer 1 Sam Caldwell
Officer 2 Detective John Seif
Officer 3 Detective Tracy Keegan
Officer 4 K-9 Unit, Curt Bursby
Officer 5 Jamie Carver
Officer 6 Jon Dorsey, SRO
Officer 7 Adam Cramer
 
 

Police Officers and Staff

Officer
Officer 8 Amos Wolfe
Officer 9 David Rowland
Officer 10 Scott Davis
Officer 11 Shane Cramer
Officer 12 Jo Stahl
Officer 13 James Mata
Officer 14 Jason Pennington
Officer 15 Chris Hulsmeyer
Dispatcher Denise Young
Dispatcher Jennifer Gerger
Dispatcher Stacey Russell
Dispatcher Shawn Ziegler
Dispatcher Tricia Calder
Utility Officer Al Williams
 

New Alarm Ordinance

Beginning January 1, 2016, residents and businesses that have alarm systems will no longer be required to register and pay an alarm permit fee. False alarms will be addressed in the following manner:

In any consecutive twelve month period,

  • Two (2) false alarms will receive a written warning.
  • Five (5) false alarms will result in a $50 administrative fee.
  • Ten (10) false alarms will result in a $100 administrative fee.
  • Fifteen (15) false alarms will result in a $150 administrative fee.
  • Twenty (20) false alarms will result in a $200 administrative fee and a disconnect order may be issued.
  • Twenty five (25) false alarms will result in an order to disconnect the alarm system.

A person or business who fails to pay the administrative fees imposed within 30 days shall be in default, and an additional $25 will be added for the delinquency.

The Police Department will respond to all alarms received and will make every attempt to contact the resident or a key holder. It is up to the alarm holder to update their contact information with the Bucyrus Police Department.

Ohio Congressman Jim mordan speaking

Welcome Rosco to the force!

Welcome to the Bucyrus Police Department Rosco.
Today Mayor Reser gave the Oath to K9 Rosco and his handler Officer David Rowland. 

Rosco joins K9 Donna and Officer Bursby giving Bucyrus more coverage with police working dogs. 

We also bid farewell to Amigo and express our condolences to Captain Assenheimer and his family upon the passing of Amigo.

Captain Assenheimer was awarded the Chief Phillip Trautman Award for his work establishing the police canine program in Bucyrus. Thank you to all who have supported our police canine program. Chief Koepke

Ohio Congressman Jim mordan speaking