Police Department Info

Police Chief:
Chief Larry Rinehart 

Police Captain:
Captain Ken Gough

Executive Assistant to the Chief:
Yvette Nguyen

Contact & Location:
559 N Cassingham Rd
Bexley, Ohio 43209
Phone: (614) 559-4444
Fax:     (614) 559-4441 

Quick Links:
Bexley Safety Bulletins 
5K/Run/Walk Application
Mission & Vision Statement
Police Department History
Police Deparment News

Bexley Police Department

Welcome to the Bexley Police Department.  Our core beliefs are forged in "FIRE", defined by: Fairness, Integrity, Respect, and Empathy.

Police Department Quick Links:
Bexley Safety Bulletins
Welcome: Bexley Police Department Mission/Vision Statement
A History of the Bexley Police Department
Bexley Police Department Vacation Property Check
Bexley Parade/Run/Walk Application
Updated Records Retention RC-2 Police Department


Dispatcher Boehm Retires

After serving the City of Bexley for 35 years, Police Dispatcher, Werner Boehm is saying goodbye. Boehm's last day is June 17th. He has served the department and community well and will be greatly missed by his co-workers and colleagues. 

Congratulations Werner, enjoy your retirement and we wish you the best.

Dispatcher Boehm accepts a retirement plaque from Chief Rinehart.




Bike Patrol - IPMBA Certification Training

Officers Jonathan Byrd, Darren Briley, Justin Fleming and Kevin Schaefer completed a four day bike patrol course instructed by Sergeant Brent Otte. The officers were taught fundamental cycling skills, vehicular cycling, police and security training as well as a variety of biking techniques and handling. 

Each officer will receive an International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) Cyclist Course Certification.





Shop with a Cop

Thanks to the Bexley Community Foundation ten Bexley juveniles were given the opportunity to shop with a Bexley Police Officer for a new pair of shoes at DSW.  

This was a great time for the Bexley Officers who participated in the program and the juveniles.  



Phone Scams

Recently there have been a few incidents reported of attempted phone scams. Criminals will say anything to deceive people. The caller may state that they are holding a family member hostage and demand cash.  Some callers will be very friendly and portray themselves as a representative of a legitimate company or charity. Some may insist you give to them your social security number or credit card information. Don’t be a victim of this crime, hang up on the caller and report it immediately.

The following link has valuable information that can protect you from scammers:



Bexley Police Department awarded grant through the Whitehall/Bexley Rotary Foundation

The Bexley Police Department would like to say thank you to the Whitehall/Bexley Rotary Club Foundation for their generous donation towards the Bexley Police Department's wireless motorcycle communication system.

The electric motorcycle has given our officers the ability to access areas in the number of parks within our city that are not accessible to vehicle traffic. In addition it is used to patrol our streets and alley ways while looking for individuals who are preying on our community. 

The wireless motorcycle communication system was developed specifically for the use of motorcycle officers to allow for safer communications between officers and the communication center.