Rossford Police Department

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Tuesday December 1st

Thank you to Rossford Fifth Third Bank and Marco’s Pizza for distributing these stickers. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday November 25th

The Rossford Police Department wishes you all a happy and safe Thanksgiving. Keep those in mind that cannot spend time with family and friends. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday November 23rd

Have you seen someone who is
❌Violating Ohio’s curfew? Don’t call 911.
❌Not wearing a mask? Don’t call 911.
❌Throwing a party? Don’t call 911.
✔In trouble and in need of help? Call 911.
We’re #InThisTogetherOhio, but please don’t call our emergency lines
w/ health order complaints.
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Thursday November 19th

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Tuesday November 17th

#COVID19 is surging in Ohio. Let’s work together to dial back the spread. Social distancing is important and we will distance as much as possible during interactions with the public. Please do the same. Social distancing works and it saves lives. #
InThisTogetherOhio
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Friday November 13th

If you would like to purchase a ticket, please ask one of our officers or see the Chief at the station. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday November 13th

Thank you Wendy’s Crossroads for providing us lunch today. We appreciate it! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday November 10th

The veterans of the Rossford Police Department were proud to serve during their time in the military and continue to be proud to serve the citizens of Rossford. Wednesday November 11th is Veterans Day. Please take the time to thank a Vet for their service and to remember all
that made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Chief Todd Kitzler, US Army
Sgt Anthony Allen, US Army
Officer Glenn Goss Sr, US Army
Officer Wesley Socie, US Army
Officer Brandon Lewis, US Army
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Tuesday November 10th

Thank you Amazon PCW1 for giving RPD and PBTWPD an amazing tour today. We look forward to serving you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday November 9th

We have received complaints of residents burning leaves. Public Works has been working hard to collect all leaves placed at the curb and they will continue to do so until the first significant snow fall. Be advised that burning leaves violates the City’s open burning ordinance and is a misdemeanor of the 3rd degree. ... See MoreSee Less

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