The Findlay Police Department is comprised of dedicated professional Police Officers and employees who are committed to serving the citizens of the City of Findlay. We are a nationally accredited CALEA agency working towards full accreditation for the second time. Through the CALEA process, the department continually performs self-evaluation, always looking to better performance, being more creative and constantly improving the services we provide to the community.
Mayor Lydia Mihalik and Commissioners, Timothy Bechtol, Mark Gazarek and Brian Robertson have issued a joint proclamation declaring May 13-19, 2018, as Law Enforcement Recognition Week in Findlay and Hancock County and urge all citizens to join with us to honor those men and women who are serving and have served valiantly and courageously to […]
Type of Incident: Vehicle Pursuit with Fatality Date & Time of Incident: May 9, 2018 @ 3:53 a.m. Location of Incident: 2800 block of South Main Street Brief Description: The Findlay Police Department was contacted by a law enforcement agency in Crawford County to be on the lookout for a vehicle that had been involved in a […]
Type of Incident: Vehicle Recovered from Pond Date & Time of Incident: May 7, 2018 @ 12:03 a.m. Location of Incident: Owens Community College, 3200 Bright Road Brief Description: Findlay Police and the Findlay Fire Department responded to the report of a submerged vehicle at Owens Community College. Upon arrival a vehicle was located submerged in […]