Police Department


The Belpre Police Department is a 24-hour a day/7 days a week operating department. It consists of 1 chief, 10 sworn civil service officers, 4 dispatchers, and 1 clerk. All of the officers are members of the Fraternal Order of Police through FOP Lodge 69.

Additionally, all officers are certified through the State of Ohio OPOTA (Ohio Police Officer Training Academy) program, where they concentrate on developing or improving skills in various aspects of law enforcement such as firearms, legal administration, human relations, traffic, patrol, first aid, driving, subject control, physical conditioning, investigations, and civil disorder.

Parental Resource for Drug Issues

The website starttalking.ohio.gov provides a valuable resource called “Parents360RX” video, which is recommended for all parents and citizens concerned about the ongoing drug issue. This resource offers good information for anyone to view and is a great tool for understanding and addressing drug-related concerns.

If you have any more specific questions or need further assistance, feel free to ask!