Police Department Info

Staff:
Police Chief:
Chief Larry Rinehart 
lrinehart@bexley.org 

Police Captain:
Captain Ken Gough
kgough@bexley.org

Executive Assistant to the Chief:
Yvette Nguyen
ynguyen@bexley.org

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

Wednesday
Sep212016

Bexley Police Honor Guard to participate in St. Jude 5K Run/Walk this Saturday

Member's of the Bexley Police Honor Guard will be running a 5K run in the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer this Saturday on 09/24/2016.  If you are willing to donate to St. Jude's please go to http://walkrun.stjude.org/bexleypoliceHG and join as a donor.  If you would like to run along side the police, please register to run and meet the officers running at the start line.

 

Monday
Aug012016

What's In Plain Sight is a Thief's Delight

Most crimes are committed because of opportunity.  Take breaking into vehicles as an example.  From outside the vehicle, you can normally see items on the inside in plain view.  Let's say you leave your cell phone on the front seat. There are several different locations that will purchase your cell phone for $50.00 to $100.00. Making it more convincing  for a thief to smash a window, take the phone, and make some easy money. 

Put a stop to crimes of opportunity.  Reduce your odds of becoming a victim. Don't leave anything in plain view within your vehicle. If a thief looks into your vehicle and sees nothing, he or she will usually move on quickly to the next opportunity. This may seem like common sense, however the next time you are walking into a store glance into some vehicles . You will be surprised by the number and types of valuables that are left in plain view. 

 

Wednesday
Apr132016

Register your Bicycle with the Bexley Police Department

With the weather warming up, its time to pull out the bicycles.  If your bicycle is not registered, please come to the Bexley Police Department and have it done. This is a free service. By registering your bicycle, you are increasing the likelihhood of getting it returned when lost or stolen.

In order to register your bicycle with the Bexley Police Department you will need the following information:

  • Serial Number
  • Style Boys/Girls
  • Make
  • Model
  • Color

Wednesday
Dec092015

Police Tips: Holiday Package Theft

The abundance of deliveries this time of the year can bring out the holiday Grinch. 

To help avoid the theft of your holiday packages from your front porch, have your packages delivered to a location where they can be received in person, such as a neighbor’s or relative’s home. If your employer allows it, consider having your package delivered to work.

Some retailers provide the option of choosing a specific delivery time.  Take advantage of delivery alerts so you can be notified when a package arrives at your home. If you are not available to accept delivery, ask a trusted neighbor to take your package inside for safekeeping.

Also, please be sure to not leave packages and gifts in vehicles.  Criminals are tuned into gifts left in vehicles during the holiday season and will target this theft opportunity.

If you are a victim of theft, please notify the Bexley Police Department and file a theft report as soon as possible at (614) 559-4444. 

Monday
Nov232015

Holiday Packages

The abundance of deliveries this time of the year can bring out the holiday Grinch. 

To help avoid the theft of your holiday packages from your front porch, have your packages delivered to a location where they can be received in person, such as a neighbor’s or relative’s home. If your employer allows it, consider having your package delivered to work.

Some retailers provide the option of choosing a specific delivery time.  Take advantage of delivery alerts so you can be notified when a package arrives at your home. If you are not available to accept delivery, ask a trusted neighbor to take your package inside for safekeeping.

If your packages are stolen, please notify the Bexley Police Department and file a theft report as soon as possible at (614) 559-4444.