Chief of Police
Matthew Byers 9-1-1 Emergencies
(440) 428-2116 Phone Police Administration Hours:
(440) 428-2825 Fax
Monday through Friday
8:00am to 4:30pm
Madison Twp. Police Entrance Exam,
$30 filing fee required.
Applications available 8am
7/20/15 at 2065 Hubbard Rd.
Madison, Ohio 44057.
Filing deadline 5pm 8/10/15.
Test is scheduled on 8/15/15 at 9am
A Statement from Police Chief Byers of the MTPD concerning activity that took place August 4, 2015
"On Tuesday, August 4, 2015 officers and detectives of the Madison Township Police Department assisted the United
States Marshall's Office Fugitive Task Force. The task force was searching for an adult male, Madison resident, who was
the subject of felony warrants from various jurisdictions. The male was known to have a history of violence.
After checking several locations, the male was eventually located and taken into custody by the task force and MTPD detectives. While checking one location for the male, an adult female was located who was known to have warrants for her arrest from the Madison Township Police Department. The female was taken into custody by the Madison Township Police Department and transported to the Lake County Jail. There were no known injuries reported and both arrests were made without incident."
The Reverse 9-1-1 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. The link is the sixth one down on the left-hand side of the page.
Chief Byers urges residents to lock doors to vehicles and homes. 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 the light is flashing red, you must stop
If the light is flashing yellow, proceed with caution
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, click on the picture.
Civil Service Commission
The current Civil Service Commission and their term 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|