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Lodge #9 Police Departments

Airport Authority

Chief Phil Gehrisch
4600 International Gateway
Columbus, Ohio 43219


Phone: 614-239-4029
Fax: 614-238-7881
Airport Website

Chris Baughman, Grievance Representative

There are 61 employees within the Airport Authority’s Police Section, which is the police department that has jurisdiction over all Airport Authority property and roadways totaling 7500 acres. The Police Section handles all the responsibilities of a normal municipal police department such as patrolling the property and roadways as well as conducting criminal investigations including drug-related crimes. They also enforce the provisions of Federal Directives, the Ohio Revised Code, the Columbus City Code and the Rules and Regulations of the Airport Authority. The Police Section is a part of the Authority’s Public Safety Division, which includes Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting, who provide fire protection and emergency medical services.

 


Bexley Police Department


Chief Larry Rinehart
559 Cassingham Blvd.
Bexley, Ohio 43209

Phone: 614-559-4444
Fax: 614-559-4441
Bexley Police Webpage

Jonathan Byrd, Grievance Representative 
Pete Brickey, Grievance Representative


The City of Bexley was formed as a village in 1908. Bexley officially became a city in 1931 and at that time had six officers. Today, the department has 28 sworn officers consisting of one chief, one captain, one detective sergeant, four patrol sergeants, 18 patrol officers, two detectives, one animal control officer, one parking control officer, one administrative assistant, one clerk of courts and one fire inspector. In the earlier days, police officers patrolled Bexley on horseback, by bicycle, motorcycle and eventually automobile.


Blendon Township Police Department


Chief John Belford
6340 Hempstead Road
Westerville, Ohio 43081

Phone: 614-882-8500
Fax: 614-882-3740
Blendon Township Police Webpage

Gregg Boggs, Grievance Representative
Joshua Retherford, Grievance Representative


Clinton Township Police Department


Chief Mike Jones
3820 Cleveland Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43224

Phone: 614-471-1479
Fax: 614-476-9700
Clinton Township Police Webpage

Ben Newman, Grievance Representative
 


Columbus Police Department


Chief Kimberly Jacobs
120 Marconi Blvd.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Columbus Police Department Webpage

Mark Fester, Grievance Chairman
Grievance
Phone: 614-882-4683 ext. 106
mfester@fop9.org
John Davis, Assistant Grievance Chair
Phone: 614-882-4683 ext. 112
jdavis@fop9.org
Danielle Dickinson, Assistant Grievance Representative
Phone: 614-882-4683 ext. 111
ddickinson@fop9.org


Columbus State Police Department


Sean Asbury
Delaware Hall
499 Grove Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Phone: 614-287-2525
CSCC Police Webpage

Greg Capers, Grievance Representative 
Tracy Anderson, Grievance Representative - Supervisors


Dublin Police Department

Chief Heinz VonEckartsberg
6565 Commerce Parkway
Dublin, Ohio 43017

Phone: 614-410-4800
Fax: 614-761-6535
Dublin Police Department Webpage


Erik Gilleland, Grievance Representative
Devin Howard , Grievance Representative 


In 1957, the village, at a population of about 350 residents, hired a full-time police officer to handle law enforcement duties. The officer, "Rosie" Rose, also handled a number of other duties including city maintenance. By 1974, the village had increased in population and the police force was rapidly growing. The development of Muirfield by Jack Nicklaus was underway and the town expanded even more with Wendy’s International and Ashland Chemical’s corporate headquarters moving to Dublin. At present, the Dublin Division of Police has grown to more than fifty police officers, 10 communications personnel and five clerical positions.
 



 

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Dallas Baldwin
369 South High Street Columbus, Ohio 43215

Phone: 614-525-3333
Fax: 614-525-3739
FCSO Webpage

James Wilson, Grievance Chairman
Phone: 614-882-4683 ext. 113

jwilson@fop9.org
Dan Fahy, Assistant Grievance Chair



Franklin Township Police Department

Chief Byron Smith
2193 Frank Road
Columbus, Ohio 43223

Phone: 614-279-9411
Fax: 614-279-6097



 




Gahanna Police Department

Chief Dennis Murphy
460 Rocky Fork Blvd.
Gahanna, Ohio 43230

Phone: 614-471-8080
Fax: 614-471-5004
Gahanna Police Webpage

Dean Blamer, Grievance Representative
Ethan Moffitt, Grievance Representative - Supervisors


The Gahanna Police Department consists of 47 sworn officers, eight dispatchers and civilian employees. The department serves a community consisting of more than 36,000 residents and a growing community of industry and labor. Gahanna police patrol an area of 17 square miles daily. Since James Sagar was selected as the first police chief in November 1956, many changes have occurred in the Gahanna Police Department. The department now has an active DARE program, a Tactical Response unit, a Community Policing unit, a SWAT team and a detective bureau.

 



Grandview Heights Police Department

Chief Tom McCann
1016 Grandview Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43212

Phone: 614-481-6244
Fax: 614-481-6200
Grandview Heights Police Department Webpage

Chad Lester, Grievance Representative
Doug Rubenkoenig, Grievance Representative - Supervisors

 



Grove City Police Department

Cheif Jeff Pearson
3360 Park Street
Grove City, Ohio 43123

Phone: 614-277-1710
Fax: 614-277-1717
GCPD Webpage



Chris Emmelhainz, Grievance Chair
Doug Stonerock, Grievance Representative
Carrie Rose, Grievance Representative
Sgt. Rick Hardy, Grievance Representative
Chris Pfeiffer, Grievance Representative 

 




The Village of Grove City, incorporated at the end of the Civil War, had its first election held that May. Town marshals were the law enforcement officers until the early 1950s. The first police chief enforced law in the area assisted by his wife who dispatched calls. In 1961, the police department had grown to six officers, one captain, one sergeant and two civilian employees. From 1982 to 1990, Grove City Police Department saw an expansion through the addition of a detective bureau.



Groveport Police Department

Chief Ralph Portier
655 Blacklick Street
Groveport, Ohio 43125

Phone: 614-836-5301
Fax: 614-836-4592
Groveport Police Department Webpage

Delbert Dalton, Grievance Representative

Like many villages, Groveport appointed marshals to provide law enforcement up until the 1960s. In 1966, the first police chief was appointed. In 1974 the first full-time police officer was hired. Presently, the Groveport police department has 18 sworn personnel with one civilian employee.

 



Hilliard Police Department

Chief Robert Fisher
5171 Northwest Parkway
Hilliard, Ohio 43026

Phone: 614-876-7321
Fax: 614-876-1507
Hilliard Police Department Webpage


Glenn Rogers, Grievance Representative
Marcus Blevins, Grievance Representative
Matthew Braden, Grievance Representative 
Kyle Bright, Grievance Representative 
Ryan Turner, Grievance Representative 


Prior to 1957, an elected town marshal was the only form of law enforcement. In 1957, "Hilliard’s", as it was called then, had its first volunteer police force and in that same year purchased its first cruiser. In the 1960s, the city officially shortened the name to Hilliard. Due to the tremendous growth in the 1980s doubling the population to over 20,000 residents, the force increased to 43 sworn officers and 18 civilian employees. To date, the Hilliard Police Department also has an Auxiliary Police staff and sponsors a law enforcement Explorer Post.
 



Madison Township Police Department

Chief Kenneth Braden
4567 Madison Lane
Groveport, Ohio 43125

Phone: 614-836-5354
Fax: 614-836-2370
MTPD Webpage

Brian Schwotzer, Grievance Representative



Mifflin Township Police Department

Chief William Price
2459 Agler Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43224

Mifflin Township Police Webpage
Phone: 614-471-3548
Fax: 614-478-6730

Note: Currently the FOP does not bargain for this department. The township’s population is less than 5,000.

 



Minerva Park Police Department

Chief Kim Nuesse
2829 Minerva Lake Rd.
Westerville, Ohio 43081

Phone: 614-882-1408
Minerva Park Police Department Webpage

Note: Currently the FOP does not bargain for this department. The village’s population is less than 5,000.

 



New Albany Police Department

Chief Greg Jones
50 Village Hall Rd.
New Albany, Ohio 43054

Phone: 614-855-7544
Fax: 614-855-2885
New Albany Police Department Webpage

L.A. Kelly, Grievance Representative
Joe Rehnert, Grievance Representative 

 



Obetz Police Department

Chief J. Michael Confer
4175 Alum Creek Drive
Obetz, Ohio 43207

Phone: 614-491-3211
Fax: 614-492-5171
Obetz Police Department Webpage

Note: Currently the FOP does not bargain for this department. The village’s population is less than 5,000.


Ohio State University Police Department


Chief Craig Stone
901 Woody Hayes Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43210

Phone: 614-292-2121
Fax: 614-292-7953
OSU Campus Police Webpage

Joanna Shaul , Grievance Representative
Kyle Howe, Grievance Representative
Erik Winger, Grievance Representative

 



Perry Township Police Department


Chief John Petrozzi
7125 Sawmill Road
Dublin, Ohio 43017

Phone: 614-889-9508
Fax: 614-791-7895
Perry Township Police Webpage

Shawn Bean, Grievance Representative
Ed Kontul, Grievance Representative
Paul Grundei, Grievance Representative

 



Pickerington Police Department

Chief Mike Taylor
1131 Refugee Rd.
Pickerington, Ohio 43147

Phone: 614-575-6911
Fax: 614-575-6219
PPD Webpage


Corey Flanagan, Grievance Representative
Chad Wallace, Grievance Representative- Supervisors



Reynoldsburg Police Department

Chief Jim Oneill
7240 East Main Street
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Phone: 614-866-6622
Reynoldsburg Police Webpage

Dave Burks, Grievance Representative
Tamara Jackson, Grievance Representative

Michael Kopacko, Grienvance Representative 



Sharon Township Police Department
 

Chief Donald Schwind
95 E. Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington, Ohio 43085

Phone: 614-885-5115
Sharon Township Police

NOTE: There are no members of the Lodge currently employed with Sharon Township.
 



Upper Arlington Police Department

Chief Tracy Hahn
3600 Tremont Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43221

Phone: 614-583-5160
Fax: 614-457-6620
UAPD Webpage

Brandon Steiger, Grievance Representative
Brian Correll, Grievance Representative


Westerville Police Department

Chief Joe Morbitzer
29 South State Street
Westerville, Ohio 43081

Phone: 614-901-6450
Fax: 614-901-6453
Westerville Police Department Webpage

Scott Dollison, Grievance Representative
Steve Fridley, Grievance Representative



Whitehall Police Department

Chief 
Mike Crispen
365 South Yearling Rd.
Whitehall, Ohio 43213

Phone: 614-237-6333
Fax: 614-237-6455
Whitehall Police Department Webpage

Spencer Salyers, Grievance Representative
(614) 237-6333

spencer.salyers@whitehall-oh.us

Rex Adkins, Grievance Representative - Supervisors
(614) 237-6333

rex.adkins@whitehall-oh.us


Worthington Police Department

Chief Jerry Strait
6555 Worthington-Galena Road
Worthington, Ohio 43085

Phone: 614-885-4463
Fax: 614-885-6833
Worthington Police Department Webpage

Emily Lanzer, Grievance Chair
Keith Agin, Grievance Representative
Jim Moran, Grievance Representative - Supervisors


 




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