Shelby Police Department
Chapter 852 of the Shelby Codified Ordinances requiries that persons obtain a permit from the Chief of Police to sell or contract to sell merchandise AND products on public streets. Below is a listing of the registerd soliciters and a link to Chapter 852.
SOLICITER LIST Updated on January 17, 2020)
The safety and security of the community of Shelby remains the top priority for the Shelby Police Department, which adheres to the following values:
Commitment, Justice, Integrity, Sensitivity, Respect, Accountability, Excellence, Attention to Detail
Thanks to the residents of Shelby, the 20-person department is located in the brand new Shelby Justice Center, which opened in March 2014. The Shelby Police Department also mans the accompanying jail within the Shelby Justice Center.
In addition to Calls for Assistance and Crime Scene Investigation, the Shelby Police Department partners with other agencies for service. While maintaining mutual aide agreements with other departments, the Shelby PD has participated in the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force program organized by the United States Marshals Service and the Richland County ASORT (SWAT) for the Hostage Negotiations Team. Officers from Richland County Sheriff’s Office, Mansfield PD, Ontario PD and Shelby PD have attended specialized training to deal with subjects in a crisis situation.
Originally authorized by ordinance in 1923, the Shelby Police Department has a long history of keeping the peace and serving our community.
Nixle's Municipal Wire is the first identity-certified and secure communication service that allows local, county and state law enforcement and government agencies to connect with geographically relevant residents over cell phone, email and web. The Shelby Police Department utilizes this resource to convey any emergency public service announcement including severe weather alerts, water main breaks, boil advisories and other pertinent informaiton. Sign up here.