Division of Police
4095 Center Rd., Brunswick OH 44212




The Division mission statement:

Law enforcement providing a safe and secure community through proactive partnerships, while maintaining integrity, dedication and respect.



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Payment must be made with a credit card issued to the person listed on the citation ONLY. Credit card veritication information must match what is on file with the credit card company. You cannot use another person's credit card to pay your fine. You must pay the full amount; NO partial payments can be accepted. Online payment should be available within 48 hours following the issuance of a ticket. Online payment must be made no later than 24 hours prior to your scheduled court appearance.

child is missing"A Child Is Missing" is a national non-profit that helps law enforcement locate missing children, dementia sufferers, college students missing on campus and others. You can become a part of this effort. By signing up your cell phone or other number at "A Child Is Missing", you can receive Code Red messages alerting you to missing persons. Click on the logo to sign up.

tip lineThe Brunswick Division of Police is an active participant in the MEDWAY drug enforcement agency. We welcome your tips. All information is confidential.

Donate Your Old Cell Phone NowThe Brunswick PD wants your old cell phones

The 911 CellPhone Bank was created to assist law enforcement and victim services agencies.

How can you help? Bring your old cell phone to the Brunswick Police Station. Donating your old phone will help a person in need and generate funds that go right back to our community.

Read more about the CellPhone Bank, and why you should recycle your phone.


Streetlights are an important community safety feature. We thank you for taking the time to report streetlight problems to Ohio Edison.  Problems include lights that are out, flickering or that have been damaged.

We're looking for contact info from business owners & managers

businessesIf police officers are making nightly patrols and notice something suspicious around your business, would they know how to contact you?

You can help us protect your business by letting us know who we should call in case of alarms or suspicious activity. With your help we can quickly determine whether your business is in jeopardy of being the victim of a crime.

If you are the owner or manager of a business located in the City of Brunswick, please visit our business contacts page and supply us with some basic information. Your participation is purely voluntary, but knowing that we can easily get in touch with you may help both you and the community by keeping your business safer.

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BHS police support eventPhoto: Loren Genson/Medina Gazette

BHS students show support for local police

A group of students at Brunswick High School decided that amid all the negative publicity lately, police needed to see some support. They organized an event held on the school's football field, teens locking arms with Brunswick police officers. According to Newsnet5:

It was the idea of freshman Isaiah Catania and school resource officer Derek Zelenka. "This is to show that officers like him and people like me aren't always going to be in a feud," said Catania.

Riots in Baltimore, protests in Cleveland but peace in Brunswick. Students arm-in-arm with cops in Medina County for a picture.

"These are my kids, my teenagers and, uh, all I can say is it means a lot," said Zelenka.

The kids who stood with the police officers are athletes, musicians, artists and leaders in their school. Now they are hoping to lead by example.

Click to read coverage from WJW, WEWS and the Medina Gazette.

alarmIt's not "just" a false alarm...

While home alarm systems are becoming increasingly commonplace, so are false alarms turned in to police departments. In fact, one estimate found that between 94-99% of all burglary alarm activations end up being false alarms.

However unintentional, false alarms waste taxpayer dollars and, more importantly, police officers' time, which can be of better use on patrol or answering other calls. Some communities even charge alarm owners for sending in repeated false calls. The good news is that many of these false alarms are avoidable. Find out how.

Need to know more about home security systems? Click here to learn more.

Brunswick Police auctioning gear

The City of Brunswick will be auctioning police equipment that is no longer in use. Click here.

blue alertSign up for the Blue Alert system

The Ohio Blue Alert is a notification system that is intended to enlist public assistance in the event of a law enforcement officer's being critically injured or killed or missing and the suspect(s) are still at large. Click here to sign up!

medway boxTurn in prescription drugs safely anytime at the Brunswick Police Station

The Brunswick Division of Police in conjunction with the Medway Drug Enforcement Agency is pleased to announce the implementation of a full time prescription drug turn in program.  Located in the lobby of police headquarters, a secure collection box has been placed to accept all unwanted and/or expired medications.

To take advantage of this program, simply bring these items to police headquarters and deposit them in the collection box.  Please note that BPD staff will not handle your medication for turn in.  Prior to disposal, remove or black out the information on the prescription label.  Ensure that all bottles or bags are securely closed and place all items in a clear zip lock bag.  Do not deposit any needles or sharps as these items will not be collected.

This program has been funded by the Medina County Anti-Drug Levy.

scam alertSCAM ALERT: Seniors being targeted

The Division of Police is currently investigating several instances where attempts are being made to defraud senior citizens. The scam consists of a caller and/or mailer advising that the homeowner has won a lottery and is requesting $2,000.00 be sent via Western Union to cover expenses. Please take note that this is a scam and the money is being sent out of the country making prosecution extremely difficult. The Division of Police is advising all residents to ignore these phone calls and mailings. Also, check out these other scam alert tips.