Saturday Feb. 13, 2021: The Orrville Police Department received calls regarding several vehicles that were entered overnight. The affected areas include: Schrock Road, South Elm Street, Fike Avenue, South Walnut Street, Dogwood Drive and Hostetler Road. We are asking residents who have exterior residential security cameras to check those camerasContinue Reading

On Monday January 25, 2021 several breaking and enterings of unoccupied structures were reported to Orrville PD. The subject in these photos was captured on video from two different locations. The locations that were impacted include the areas of: Sterling and Church Street Orr Park/Hall Street Downtown/Market/Vine Street Hostetler Road/DairyContinue Reading

2020 has been a year full of unique challenges. Many events that have been very important to our community have been cancelled. When the pandemic first hit full force in March, the idea that our Shop with a Cop program would be in jeopardy was not even a consideration. ButContinue Reading

We are looking forward to the end of 2020 and hopeful for a better year in 2021. In doing so, let’s make sure we celebrate safely. Sobering Statistics According to NHTSA, 839 people lost their lives in traffic crashes involving a drunk driver during the month of December 2018. DuringContinue Reading

The Orrville Police Department is launching a new program just in time for the busy season for thieves. Over the next several days packages will be arriving at homes, even well into the night. This can attract thieves to the neighborhood, also know as “porch pirates,” that roll up toContinue Reading

Thank you for visiting our new site. This is where we are going to post the bulk of our news and information. We will still utilize our other social media platforms, but will be transitioning to this site more and more as time goes on. We encourage residents to subscribeContinue Reading

You can help fight crime in the Orrville community. Members of the public can share important crime information anonymously with the police department by sending a secure message about crimes or suspicious activity in your neighborhood. The easiest way to do this is by using the OPD TIP411 App, whichContinue Reading