Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the following explains the current operations of the Police Department:
Now, more than ever, we ask that officers and residents use extra caution and follow all guidelines recommended by this agency, Ohio Department of Health and the CDC (Center for Disease Control). We ask for your understanding during this difficult time. These changes are made for the protection of our officers, their families and the general public.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Police Department has modified the manner in which we respond and conduct our operations. As always, service and a commitment to our residents will remain our primary concern.
- The Moreland Hills Police Department will be taking reports over the phone for non-emergencies and incidents not in progress.
- The Police Department lobby is closed to the public for non-emergency related business. If there is an emergency and no one is at the station, the phone in the vestibule will connect you to the dispatch center.
- If you need to speak with an officer, please contact the Dispatch Center at #440-247-7321.Dispatch will forward the message to the appropriate individual and they will return your call.
The changes made to Police Department response are intended to be temporary.
Chief Kevin Wyant
The Moreland Hills Police Department’s mission is to protect and serve the public through police action and interaction using accepted practices and procedures. In carrying out this mission, we will strive to make certain that the citizens of the Village of Moreland Hills are afforded the best protection and service that we can provide and to progress to become the finest police department in the United States of America.
The MH Police non-emergency number is 440-248-7585 and the Dispatch non-emergency number is 440-247-7321. “Like” them on Facebook
Moreland Hills was Rated #1 in Safety in the June 2019 "Rating the Suburbs" issue of Cleveland Magazine!
MORELAND HILLS VILLAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT STAFF:
|Police Chief Kevin Wyant
||Ptl. Joshua White
|Lt. Todd Dietzel
||Ptl. Gary Byers
|Sgt. Ross Fowler
||Ptl. Jeff Canter
|Sgt. Michael Pinizzotto
||Ptl. Tom Pate
|Sgt. Caroline Tackla
||Ptl. Laura Park
|Det. Scott Williams
||Ptl. Paul Hobart
|Ptl. Anthony Buzecan
||Ptl. Mark Toth
|Ptl. Joseph Scolaro
||Ptl. Donn Breckenridge
|Ptl. Scott Bennett
||Ptl. Preston LaFrance
|Kathy Konicky, Admin. Asst.
CURRENT SCAM INFORMATION
Social Security Scam
The Cuyahoga County Department of
Consumer Affairs is warning residents to hang up on Social Security scam calls.
In these scams,
callers try to scare people into paying to keep their Social
Security accounts from being frozen
Occasionally, scammers will even claim the person’s Social
Security number has been linked to a crime scene involving drugs or bodies.
Consumer Affairs wants you to know that real government
agencies don't call
people with threats to
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And legitimate agencies NEVER ask people to move their money to new accounts to avoid
To protect yourself from scams, let unknown calls go to
voicemail – and don’t call hang-up numbers back out of curiosity.
Delete all messages that threaten you with arrest or seizure of
your accounts or property.
And if you accidentally pick up a threatening call, hang up
To report a scam or to get help with a complaint against a
Consumer Affairs at 216-443-SCAM or online at consumeraffairs.cuyahogacounty.us