Barberton Police Department

Barberton Police Department Patch

The Barberton Police Department exists to serve our community and maintain social order within prescribed ethical and constitutional limits. Our purpose is to encourage a spirit of cooperation, respect, and to develop a sense of personal security and safety within the City of Barberton.

The Police Chief is the head of the Police Department and reports to Director of Public Safety. With approximately 57 full-time employees and an operating budget of approximately $4.6 million, the Police Department is the largest department within the city. The Police Department's primary responsibility is to serve and protect the citizens and visitors of the city of Barberton. The Police Department carries out this responsibility by completing various tasks such as patrolling the city, responding to calls for service, investigating crimes, apprehending offenders, processing crime scenes and enforcing traffic laws and regulations.

Phone Numbers

Inquiry

Responsible

Telephone

Emergency

Police/Fire

911

Abandoned Vehicles

Barberton Police Dept

(330) 745-2181

Animal Control (normal business hours)

Summit County Dog Warden

(330) 643-2845

Animal Control (after 4:30 pm)

Barberton Police Dept

(330) 745-2181

Dead animals

Sanitation Dept

(330) 848-6749

Police Reports

Barberton Police Dept

(330) 848-6703

Vehicle Release

Barberton Police Dept

(330) 745-2181