For over 50 years, the men and women of TPD have proudly served the residents of our community while maintaining our reputation as one of the premiere law enforcement agencies in the State of Ohio. As we enter our second half-century of existence, we pledge to contine to provide total quality policing for a progressive community. Stop back here from time to time and check out our enhancements to this website as we strive to make this a dynamic on-line resource for the City of Twinsburg. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact my office at (330) 963-6276 or email me at email@example.com
Christopher J. Noga, MCJ
Take Me Home
The Twinsburg Police Department participates in the Summit County Sheriff's Office Take Me Home Program. This program assists individuals who may have trouble communicating, such as individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, Developmental or cognitive disabilities.
Take Me Home is also intended to assist senior citizens who have dementia or Alzheimers.
For more information on how to... [more]
Driver License Information
Click Here to be directed to the Ohio BMV services. From this link, you can change your address – add emergency contact information, view your driving record, and a multitude of other BMV Services.... [more]
The Twinsburg Police Department no longer has the ability to provide Civilian Fingerprinting. Those wishing to be fingerprinted may visit the the web page for the Ohio Attorney General's WebCheck program. On this web page, a person can locate a participating more]
City Display Honors Military Heroes
The City administration has created a large, lighted, glass enclosed military display at City Hall honoring our local military service members. The exhibit includes photos and memorabilia of Twinsburg area residents currently on active duty at home or abroad.
At this time, all residents are encouraged to submit a military photo of any family... [more]
Anonymous Tip Line
The Twinsburg Police Department is proud to announce our new anonymous tip line. This tip line is designed for citizens who wish to report crimes, and do not want to speak with any particular officer. DO NOT use this number to report crimes in progress, or where a person’s safety is at risk.
If you wish to leave an anonymous tip, please call (330) 963-... [more]
Twinsburg Police Joins "Twitter"
The Twinsburg Police Department has created a "Twitter" account to help alert citizens of any emergency within the city such as road closures, power outages, or any incident where we feel the public may need to be alerted.
Anyone interested in receiving messages from the Twinsburg Police Department must create a twitter acc... [more]
The Twinsburg Police Department will assist with lockouts only for emergency situations. Emergencies will be defined as a vehicle running in an attached garage, or children / animals locked inside the car.
Due to the fact that newer cars have safety features built into the doors, such as side impact air bags, the possibility of damaging the airbag system is t... [more]
Changes to Parking Permission
City Ordinance 351.12 "Prohibition against parking on streets or highways". In the past the police department has given permission for residents to park vehicles on the street for special events that may cause an overflow of vehicles from the driveway onto the street.
The following changes are effective immediately:
Parking permissio... [more]
Information on Address Markings
Section 907.01 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Twinsburg states, "All permanent buildings in and upon the streets and shopping center driveways and parking areas within the City shall be numbered. The numbers shall be placed on the building, mailbox, and along curbside. These numbers shall contrast with their background. Numbers shall b... [more]
Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to provide our police patches to anyone outside of our department. We currently have a limited supply, and they will be needed for uniforms. Thank you for understanding.... [more]