9-1-1 for Emergencies
Chief of Police
Police Administration Hours:
Monday through Friday-8:00A to 4:30P
(440) 428-2116 Phone
(440) 428-2825 Fax
|Madison Township patrol officer Shawn McClure (shown on the left) was recognized by Chief Byers and the Board of Madison Trustees at the March 8, 2016 Trustees Regular Meeting. Ptl. McClure received a Life Saving Award from the Lake County Chiefs of Police Association for an incident that occurred in December of 2015.|
|Lori Cook, Safety Advisor for AAA East Central Safety Department, presents Chief Matthew Byers and the Madison Township Police Department with the 2015 Bronze Award. The award is based on Community Traffic Safety. The award from AAA recognizes dedication to preserving lives through traffic safety programming and education.|
|The Board of Madison Township Trustees honored and presented Officers Shannon, Sharp, and Anderson their Life Saving Citatiom Awards that were awarded by the Lake County Chiefs of Police Association. Police Chief Matthew Byers submitted a letter of nomination to the Awards Committee of the Lake County Police of Chiefs Association in recognition of a service call the officers responded to on July 30, 2015.|
August 2016 Madison Township Police Activity Report
Madison Township Noise Resolution #00-054
Lake Co. Sheriff's Office - Press Release - REVERSE 9-1-1 (The Reverse9-1-1 system is used for emergency situations, such as an Amber Alert for a missing person in the area; major flooding issues; or public safety concerns. Lake County residents can register their cell phones with the Lake County Emergency Management Agency at www.lakecountyohio.gov/ema)
Chief Byers urges residents to lock the doors to your vehicles and home. If you hear or see anything suspicious, call 9-1-1.
Please avoid all distractions when driving. It's a law-Don't Text & Drive.
Remember that when the power is out at an intersection, all vehicles must stop as if at a stop sign.
If a light is flashing RED, you must STOP.
If a light is flashing YELLOW, you must proceed with CAUTION.
If your windshield wipers are on, your headlights must be on. It's a law.
Ohio's Child Safety Seat Law
A child must ride in a child safety seat until they are 4 years old AND weigh at least 40 pounds.
Children ages 4-8 must use a booster seat until they reach 4'9"
Children 8 and up must use an adult seat belt
For more information on Ohio's Child Safety Seat Law, please click on the picture.
Civil Service Commission
The current Civil Service Commission and their terms are as follows:
|Commission Board Member||Term Expires:|
|Wendy Gluvna||03/10/15 to 03/10/17|
|Evan Francis||03/10/15 to 03/10/19|
|Jason Fairchild||03/10/15 to 03/10/21|
|June 11, 2015 Organizational Meeting||September 14, 2015 Regular Meeting|
|July 6, 2015 Regular Meeting||October 12, 2015 Regular Meeting|
|July 31, 2015 Regualar Meeting||December 18, 2015 Meeting|