Todd D. Coonce, Chief of Police


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24 Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch: 330-675-2730
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Who Ya Gonna Call?

National Night Out

Senior Citizens Assistance Program

Homeland Preparedness

Motor Vehicle Safety

Community Policing

Children Safety
*Updated DEC 2014*

Just For Kids

*Updated DEC 2014*

Teen Tips

*Updated DEC 2014*

Drug Enforcement

Self-Defense Series

Sexual Assault

Department Staff

Department History
*Updated DEC 2014*

Keeping Kids Safe
*Updated DEC 2014*

Facts About Alcohol

 *Updated DEC 2014*

Ohio Revised Code & Laws

Hubbard Township

Hubbard Township Zoning Dept
*Updated DEC 2014*

F.O.P. Lodge #85

In Memoriam

Patrolman Rick Wells

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 *NEW* How much do you know about Ebola? With the recent national scare of this horrific disease, just how educated are you? Find out some very important information on the disease called EBOLA

*NEW* How prepared are you for the winter weather season? Check out some helpful information in our section on WINTER WEATHER

*NEW*  Are you a Landlord or a Tennant? How familiar are you with the laws that govern this civil relationship? Check out some information on

*NEW* How familiar are you with the various types of poisons out there that we come in contact with every day? Check out our section on POISONS to learn about types of poisons and prevention tips.

When you, your child, or someone close to you is being bullied, there are many steps to take to help resolve the situation. Make sure you understand what bullying is and what it is not, the warning signs of bullying, and steps to take for preventing and responding to bullying, including how to talk to children about bullying, prevention in schools and communities, and how to support children involved.
Click here to find out all this information and more about BULLYING & CYBERBULLYING

Stand Up To Cyberbullying

*NEW* Federal Grant Awards Hubbard Township Police New Equipment

The abuse of prescription pain medications and heroin — both classified as opiates — is epidemic in Ohio.  Click HERE to check out some important information from The Ohio Attorney General.

Ohio's Black Bear Population is on The Rise. It is no longer uncommon to see Back Bears in Hubbard Township and in Northeast Ohio, however Black Bears are Still ENDANGERED in Ohio.  Check out some interesting information on the rise in their population and some Guidelines to Experiencing Ohio's Rising Population of BLACK BEARS

Did You Know that as of January 1st 2014, some changes have been made to Ohio’s existing “Move Over” law.  The “Move Over” driving law previously required drivers to slow down or change lanes when a police office or police vehicle was stopped along the side of the road. The new changes have expanded the existing law to include maintenance and construction workers. Click here to find out more about Ohio’s New MOVE OVER LAW

 Help the Hubbard Township Police by Getting Involved. Your call or tip could make the difference. Click here to learn what you can do if you see a crime taking place or something suspicious, because  YOU CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

 Hubbard Township & Hubbard City Police Department's participate in
 National Night Out represents the kind of spirit, energy and determination to help make neighborhoods a safer place year round. The night celebrates safety and crime prevention and works to expand and strengthen programs for the next 364 days. National Night Out now involves over 37 million people and 15,000 communities from all fifty states, U.S. Territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide

  Are you ready for in the event of a Tornado? In this age of Smart Phones the American Red Cross has made it easier for you to help ensure your safety in the even there is a tornado with the invention of their TORNADO app that is free of charge. Check out some information on learning how staying safe, just got easier. And for those of you without Smart Phones, check out our section on TORNADO SAFETY.

  With so many people having cell phones these days, texting and driving has become a extremely big safety hazard. Are you aware of the hazard of texting and driving? Check out our section on TEXTING AND DRIVING for Facts, Tips and Videos about the dangers of texting and driving. *Warning* Some content is graphic in nature as it pertains of just what can happen while Texting and Driving and is intended for Mature Audiences Only.

 A very popular myth: "Your seat belt can hurt you in a crash."   WRONG, Seat belts DO work! In June 2003, Hubbard Township Police Officer Greene was struck head-on by a vehicle that was attempting to flee and elude law enforcement officers. Officer Greene was wearing his seat belt and was uninjured in the crash. Seat Belts do work. Check out some pictures of Officer Greene's crash and also some interesting facts on Seat Belt Safety and how SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES -

 What would you do if you were involved in an Active Shooter situation? You could be at the mall, a school, hospital, or even a family or neighborhood gathering. Check out some information on how you can SURVIVE AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION.

 With drug use and abuse is becoming more wide spread so is drug driven crimes and drug related deaths. Click on some of these very important sections to help educate yourself in the areas of: WHY DO PEOPLE TAKE DRUGS; WHAT IS METH; HOW TO SPOT A METH LAB; SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF A METH USER and THE TRUTH ABOUT PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

Like most homeowners, you probably spent the winter months talking about the various home improvements you'd like to make. Now that spring is here, it's time to act on those remodeling impulses. After all, spring is a time of renewal, change and new beginnings. Unfortunately, it's also a time when crooked contractors come out of the woodwork to prey on innocent homeowners. Check out some information on HOME IMPROVEMENT SCAMS.


Every single day someone is thinking up a scam and a new way to steal from you. Its unfortunate that these things happen, but they do happen and sometimes we don't even know it. With so many emails and links on social networks out there, its hard to tell what is real and what's a scam. There is the old standard PHISHING, and SPAM, but now there are FRIEND IN DISTRESS SCAMS, DISASTER RELIEF SCAM, CELL PHONE TEXT SMISHING, and now after his recent death, there are OSAMA BIN LADEN SCAMS, inviting you to see pictures or video and even offering free plane tickets to celebrate his death.  Please visit our COMMUNITY SAFETY Section for more information on all of these scams and so many more.

Bullying is a widespread problem in our schools and communities. Its something that almost all of us have encountered at least once in our life. Parents and Students both can learn some very important informational facts and tips about Bullying and how to handle those situations in our Keeping Kids Safe and Community Safety areas.

Ninety percent of the potential poisoning exposures happen in the home. More than 4.3 million calls were made to U.S. Poison Control Centers in 2008, according to new data by the American Association of Poison Control Centers. Are you familiar with all the types of poisons that you and you family come in contact with each and every day? Check out some very important information and safety tips that you should about Everyday Poisons.

Tired of Telemarketers calling your house or your cell phone? Check out some information on the National DO NOT CALL Registry and register your numbers.

As the popularity of social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live Spaces grows, so do the risks of using them. Hackers, spammers, virus writers, identity thieves, and other criminals follow the traffic. Read these tips on Social Networking Safety to help protect yourself when you use social networks. And for Tweens and Teens and Parents alike, check out some of the tips we have: Social Networking: Safety Tips for Tweens and Teens and Safety on the Social Networks: Keeping Kids Safe.

Have you recently bought a new of used car? Is the car you just bought having the same reoccurring problem even though you’ve tried to have it fixed? Do you think it’s a Lemon? See if you qualify as part of Ohio’s Lemon Law.

Are you seeking employment? Needing a second job to make ends meet? Are you in the market to switch careers and start a new job? Here are just a few tips to help you avoid becoming a victim to yet another form of scam. JOB OPPORTUNITY SCAMS

Unfortunately in this day and age with our country's economic situation, many families find themselves falling behind financially. What is even more unfortunate is the fact that even these people can fall prey to criminal scams. If you are facing foreclosure on your home, check out some tips on Foreclosure Scams.

Have you ever received an unexpected check or money order in the mail that looks so real its hard to be true? Maybe its not as real as you think.  Check out some tips to make sure you don't fall victim to a Check Scam.

Hubbard Township Trustees and Hubbard Township Police Chief Todd Coonce formally cut the ribbon at a rededication ceremony on Saturday, July 4, 2009 at the Hubbard Township Police Department.  This rededication event marked the completion of the interior renovation to the police station and a renewal of the department's dedication to the residents of Hubbard Township.
Click on the picture above to read more about this rededication in our Department History Page.

  Have you heard of the new epidemic that is plaguing our country involving our teens and their cell phones? Its Called Sexting. “Sexting” usually refers to teens sharing nude photos via cellphone, but it’s happening on other devices and the Web too. The practice can have serious legal and psychological consequences… Teens and Adults please check out these interesting tips and facts dealing with SEXTING. We also  invite you to view the video about Sexting that was provided from WYKC Ch3 in Cleveland, OH

    Parents have you ever talked to your child about How and When to dial 9-1-1? Check out a few helpful tips about TEACHING YOUR CHILD TO DIAL 9-1-1

Have you ever been pulled over on a traffic stop? Have you ever thought of what you should do in this situation? Check out some helpful tips on just what to do if you are subject to a TRAFFIC STOP

With everyone these days having a cell phone we are now faced with an all new type of harassment.  Check out  what you can do in the event you become victim of  CELL PHONE HARASSMENT.

 Teach your child about STRANGER DANGER 

Through generous donations within our community, the Hubbard Township Police Department equips cruisers with AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFRIBRILLATORS (AEDs) to help combat Sudden Cardiac Arrest.  Special Thanks to Music At Madison for their help!!

Is your child safe on the internet?  Check out some tips about keeping your child safe while they surf the cyber highways with our Child Internet Safety Tips or any of our other areas in out  COMMUNITY SAFETY section.

  Carrying a concealed handgun is a privilege in Ohio, and with this privilege comes a responsibility to be aware, not only of the common sense rules of safe firearm handling, but the laws that affect how, when and where you can carry your firearm, and how to properly use the handgun to defend yourself or another person. Check out some FAQ's about Ohio's new CCW Law.

Attention Dog Owners - Are you aware of the laws surrounding your animal in the State of Ohio and in Trumbull County?  Check out some information about Ohio's Dog Laws and Trumbull County Dog Licensing Information

The Hubbard Township is pleased to announce the start of our latest program... The SENIOR CITIZENS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM  

How prepared are you in the even your child becomes missing?  Do you have all the proper information you will need in the unfortunate instance that this does happen? Check out our section on 
Keeping Kids Safe

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