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City of Sylvania Police Department

6635 Maplewood Avenue
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
(P) 419-885-8902 - Non Emergency/General Info

 

RECOVERED BICYCLES

During the course of this past spring and summer months, the Sylvania Police Division has recovered many bicycles that were found and turned into the police department by our residents or officers on patrol.  These bicycles may have been taken from your residences and a police report never filed.  We are seeking to locate the owners for these bicycles.  If you have lost or had a bicycle taken, please contact the Sylvania Police Division.  If you do not know the serial number but have some other means of identifying the bicycle besides a serial number, please bring that with you.  We are looking to return these bicycles to their rightful owners.  Otherwise, these bicycles will be donated to Sylvania Area Family Services as authorized by council as in the years past.  If you have a bicycle that you feel may have been recovered by the police department, please contact us at 419-885-8902 or you may call our property room officer directly at 419-885-8913.

 

2013 ANNUAL POLICE REPORT

Sylvania Police Division 2013 Annual Report


City Police Division Announcing Online Auction

The City of Sylvania Police Division is announcing an online auction of unclaimed/forfeited property. The auction will be held online at www.govdeals.com. Auction items, including electronics and household items, will be available for viewing and bidding after December 15, 2010.  Those citizens wishing to establish any rights to the property being auctioned may do so through the City of Sylvania Police Division, 6635 Maplewood Ave. Sylvania, OH 43560, 419-885-8905. 


Thank you for visiting our website. The Sylvania, Ohio Police Division is very much an open-door agency, and we welcome your involvement and participation as residents of our community.

  • Free Child Safety Seat inspections to all city residents upon request.
  • Want to help solve a crime?  Click on our Most Wanted.
  • Are you a history buff? Check out our new police History section!
  • Get answers to many Frequently Asked Questions.
  • For a full listing of police bureaus and programs, visit our About page.
  • For a division directory, visit the Directory page.
  • For access to police records, go to Tools & Services.
  • For permit applications and identity theft reporting forms, visit the Forms page.
  • For fingerprinting services, go to Fingerprinting.
  
 
William H. Rhodus, Chief of Police

William H. Rhodus
Chief of Police

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