|Mogadore Police Dept|
Welcome to the Mogadore Police Department!
Mogadore Police Dept.
111 Cleveland Avenue
Mogadore, OH 44260
Business line 330.633.4404
Emergency - 911
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Thank you Chief Fowler
Chief David Fowler retired August 6, 2013 with 26 years of service with our department and 17 years experience with Portage County Sheriff's Office. Known to many of us effectionately as "Fuzz" (after Fuzzy Zoeller, the professional golfer) and later as "George" for General George Patton (known for speaking his mind). Chief Fowler started with our department in January of 1988 as a patrolman. Chief Fowler was promoted to Sergeant in April of 1999 and finally promoted to Chief in March 2005. Supported by his beautiful wife, Kathy, the Chief implemented programs designed to reduce crime and gave freedom to his employees to show their ingenuity. Thank you for the many enjoyable years. We hope that you enjoy your retirement and know that we appreciate everything you have done to make Mogadore a safer place to live.
Todd Higgins, Chief of Police
In an effort to inform and encourage a dialogue with our community, the Mogadore Police wish to advise our residents that on July 14, 2013 during the evening-early morning hours, two vehicles were gone through on Williams Ave, in one case a passenger window was broken. During the early morning hours of July 15, 2013 two vehicles were gone through in the S. Cleveland and Albrecht Ave areas. This department is currently investigating these incidences and will be taking steps to catch those responsible, however we need your help.
The best course of action you can take is to remove opportunities for theives to act, remove your valuables from your vehicles and lock your cars. Although a window was broken to gain access, our data indicates that this activity is rare. By removing items of interest and locking your vehicles, you can discourage a thief from a quick, undetected theft. You are also encouraged to close your garage doors whether you are home or away. In every case, help us help you. Be a good neighbor. Be vigilante! Call us immediately if you see someone or something suspicious. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call us. Remember to dial our non-emergency number 330-633-4404 when calling from a cell phone. If you call 911 from a cell phone, the call will go to the Highway Patrol Post in Ravenna before we get the call.
Lt. Todd Higgins, Acting Chief of Police