- Background Checks
Click here for more information and resources for background checks.
- Off Duty Officers for Hire
Lt. Danny Lewis - 419.627.5902
- Nuisance/Animal Control Officer
Ofc. James DeSalle - 419.627.5991
- Ohio Victims' Rights Research Toolkit
This Toolkit is the best resource to help Ohio and federal crime victims understand and exercise their legal rights. The Toolkit includes everything victims need to know about their rights.
- School Resource Officer
Ofc. Jason Martin - 419.984.1092
- Community Impact Officers
Ofc. Christopher Rankins - 419.627.5794
Ofc. Bronson Lillo - 419.627.5836
- Drug Tip Hotline - 419.627.5836
All information is confidential and no one will be contacted, unless the person requests that they be contacted.
- SPD Drug Take Back Box
Every day is Drug Take Back Day.
The Drug Take Back Box is located in the police lobby, which is always open.
- Additional Community Resources
Bayshore Counseling Services
Firelands Regional Medical Center Counseling & Recovery Services.
Coffee With A Cop
It’s a simple concept. Police and community members come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. Sandusky has joined over 175 cities and towns in 36 states, in instituting Coffee with a Cop to build community trust, police legitimacy and partnership building with members of the community. Coffee With A Cop is held at different restaurants within our corporate limits once each month.
Click it or Ticket Program
Each year the Sandusky Police Department joins with thousands of police departments nationwide to participate in the national Click it or Ticket awareness campaigns. We have received statewide recognition for our participation in this event, and have consistently ranked in the top 10% of police departments statewide for our campaign efforts.
Citizen Ride Along Program
The City of Sandusky Police Department offers a Citizen Ride Along Program. Click here to view the consent form. For more information call 419.627.5870.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
The Sandusky Police Department, in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, provides additional enforcement to crack down on drunk drivers in an effort to stop this deadly epidemic. You can help spread the word and save lives.