City of Perrysburg

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D.A.R.E. Program
In January 1991, the Perrysburg Police Division under the authority of then-chief Robert Stienline brought the D.A.R.E. program to the Perrysburg City Schools. The first D.A.R.E. officer and former Chief of Police Nelson Evans first incorporated the program as an academic class in the five elementary schools. The D.A.R.E. Program was initially started in California as a 17-week program. During that time students not only learned about dangerous drugs, but also how to deal with the pressures to use drugs and ways to say no. Over the years DARE has changed to a 10-week program and has also incorporated lessons on gangs and violence. The program is taught at Hull Prairie Intermediate School by School Resource Officer Charles Sims.

Bicycle Registration
The City of Perrysburg and the Perrysburg Police Division are proud to offer a voluntary bicycle registration program. This allows us to assist the citizens of Perrysburg with identifying their bicycle in the event that their bicycle becomes misplaced, stolen, or found. The visible registration sticker is also a deterrent to criminals. Using the information that is provided with the registration, officers of the Police Division will be able to identify the bicycle for reporting and if the bike is found, quickly return it to the rightful owner. A tamper-resistant sticker will be given to you to place on the seat post of your bicycle. Click here to fill out the form and bring it to the window inside the police station located at 330 Walnut Street to get your registration sticker. 

Vacation Notice
Vacation Notice is available to all City residents. If you are leaving the City for a few days, we will enter information about your house into our database. In the event of an emergency, the police division will notify the people you have designated to help us check your house. Please fill out the form or contact the Perrysburg Police Division at 419-872-8001.

Records Section
Certain records are available for a minimum cost to the public. Accident reports can be faxed for free. All other reports need to have the request form filled out and approved before the information can be released. The request forms may be obtained online or picked up at the police station.

Perrysburg Police Talks
Perrysburg Police Officers are available to give talks to groups on a variety of topics. If you would like to have an officer speak to your group, please contact the Perrysburg Police Division at 419-872-8001.