The Medina County Sheriff's Office holds the core values of Honesty, Integrity, Loyalty, and Professionalism in high regard. Law enforcement is no longer just a reactive process, but rather also a proactive customer service approach. Sheriff Grice believes in continuing the great partnerships and collaboration with all county safety services, government agencies, and community members to provide the best possible services to the citizens of Medina County.
(844) 725-4700 Toll Free
The AMBER Alert is a voluntary partnership involving law enforcement agencies, broadcasters, transportation and other state agencies and organizations. During an AMBER Alert an urgent news bulletin is broadcast over airwaves, highway alert signs, wireless emergency alerts and other notification systems to enlist the aid of the public in finding either the abducted child or missing person. Ohio has four different types of alerts:
1. Amber Alert
614-466-2660 (State of Ohio Joint Dispatch Facility manned 24 hrs.)
The Medina County Sheriff's Office makes every effort to update the Sex Offender information on a weekly basis. However, offenders may have moved and failed to notify the Medina County Sheriff's Office as required by law. Therefore, due to the fact that this information is continually changing, the Medina County Sheriff's Office makes no expressed or implied guarantee concerning the accuracy of this information. Changes may be made at any time and without notice. The Medina County Sheriff's Office assumes no liability for damages, directly or indirectly, as a result of errors, omissions or possible discrepancies.
Anyone who uses information contained in this database to commit a criminal act against another person is subject to criminal prosecution. For additional information, please contact the Detective Bureau at (330) 725-9116 during the hours of 8am and 4pm, Monday thru Friday.
Cyclists are sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, [and grandparents]. By showing common courtesy and respect on the road, we can ensure the two-way street is a safe street for all.
If a bicycle-related crash does occur, remember that it’s illegal to flee the scene. One AAA Foundation report found that hit-and-run crash deaths are on the rise, and most (65 percent) of the victims of these fatal hit-and-run crashes are pedestrians or bicyclists. Motorists involved in a bicycle-related crash should remain on the scene, assist the injured and call 911. (Courtesy of aaa.com)
The following is the wording in the Ohio Revised Code for each of the laws that are required to operate and license a golf cart in the State of Ohio.
Information regarding the use of golf carts including laws, inspection sheet, and operations.
Residents are to use the above inspection sheet as a reference as to what is needed in order to pass an inspection. Please do not fill the inspection sheet out.
Once ready for an inspection, you may call the Sherrif’s Department Non-Emergency Dispatch at 330-725-6631. A Deputy will then come to your residence to conduct an inspection.
**NOTICE TO NEW GOLF CART OWNERS**
Golf carts are now required to have a windshield wiper. The wiper(s) can be manual or electric. All previous Golf Cart owners are grandfathered into this new requirement, and are not required to comply with this rule.
The Medina County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with the Medina County Drug Abuse Commission and the Medina County Drug Task Force is pleased to announce the implementation of a full time prescription drug turn in program. Located in the lobby of the Sheriff's Office, 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 the Sheriff's Office. A staff member will direct you to the collection box. Please note that the staff will not handle your medication for turn in. Prior to disposal, remove or black outthe information on the prescription label. Ensure that all bottles or bags are securely closed. Place all items in a clear zip lock bag. Deposit into the collection box. DO NOT DEPOSIT ANY NEEDLES OR SHARPS. These items will not be collected.
This program has been funded by the Medina County Anti-Drug Levy.
Even in our village there are many activities happening at once and we can't always see what's going on. If you see or hear of something that may be a concern please don't hesitate to contact Mayor Jon Dean and the Medina County Sheriff.
To report a concern, please use the form below. It will deliver your message directly to the Mayor. Or you may email or phone. Thank you.