On Tuesday December 15th & Wednesday December 16th BPD hosted our community’s seniors at Beef O’Bradys for breakfast and fellowship. BPD Officers and volunteers were on hand to serve over 300 seniors breakfast. Thank you to all of our seniors who came out to spend time with us this week.
BPD staff and volunteers were at Applebees on Sat. December 5th serving breakfast for our Breakfast With Santa event. All ticket proceeds collected benefited the Brimfield D.A.R.E. Program. Thank you to everyone for coming out!
Officer Kelly Ryba and Officer John Pettit recently completed Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). Sponsored nationally by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the CIT program trains police officers and others to handle incidents involving people who have a mental illness, to manage crisis situations for the safety of everyone involved and to learn about alternatives to jail.
Congratulations to Sgt. Jerry Dumont who was recognized by Portage County Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for his OVI enforcement efforts at their annual law enforcement awards banquet. Sgt. Dumont is currently our midnight shift supervisor, and this is his 6th time receiving this award from MADD.
Thank you to General Manager Shelley and her staff at McDonalds of Brimfield for being such gracious hosts for our “Coffee With A Cop” community event on Saturday October 3rd. Thank you also to everyone who stopped in to meet and chat with members of our department! We will look to partner with McDonalds again next Spring for another Coffee…read more →
The Brimfield Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Reserve Police Officer position. Applicants should have a current Ohio Peace Officer certificate or be currently enrolled in a police academy program. Candidates being considered for Reserve Police Officer positions will undergo a panel interview, background investigation and further evaluations. If accepted, Reserve Police Officers will complete a training program…read more →
On June 29th, Capt. Adkins and Officer Dinkelman assisted Mogadore PD with active shooter scenario training held at their high school as one of multiple law enforcement agencies participating. This training assistance was a continuation of the Instructor training BPD officers have received in response to active shooters, and a good example of area agencies sharing resources.
Say hello to K9 Havoc! Havoc and Sgt. Knarr were in training today in some very warm weather. Havoc is pictured here preparing for scenario training with Officer Gramlich in the bite suit, and Sgt. Knarr. The K-9 teams conduct training on a weekly basis, often in conjunction with K-9 teams from area law enforcement agencies.
Did you know? The Brimfield Police Department accepts donations of school supplies to benefit students in need within the Field Local School district. Look for the sign in front of the police department when school supply donations are being accepted. Thank you for your support of our students!
On June 10, 2015, Roy E. Mosley III was sworn in as Brimfield’s 7th Chief of Police. Prior to coming on board with the Brimfield Police Department, Chief Mosley served with the City of Streetsboro Police Department for 22 years, with his last 4 years there as Chief of Police. A graduate of the University of Akron, Chief Mosley is…read more →