Police Deparment
$ 2,000 REWARD - Mario Whitfield Homicide Please call Detective Chris Kovach at (440) 204-2168 for information on this homicide.
$ 2000 REWARD - Darmis Crawford Homicide Please call Detective Steve Curry at 204-2166 with any information regarding this homicide.
311 Non-Emergency Lorain Police Number Dial 311 from any landline Centurytel phone to be connected directly to our Police Dispatchers
Commend/Complaint If you would like to commend an officer/employee, or if you have a complaint, please call our Office of Professional Standards at 440-204-2116.
Drug Tip Line Drug Tip Line: 440-204-2108
Information on Recent Homicides To provide information on recent homicides or shootings, call Detectives at 440-204-2105.
PUBLIC SAFETY WARNING 21 Overdoses & 3 deaths in 48 hours involving dangerous narcotic being sold as heroin.
Report an Emergency Report an emergency or crime in progress, dial 9-1-1.
Report Non-Emergency To report non-emergency situations or crimes that are not in progress, dial 440-204-2100, or if calling within the City of Lorain on a landline phone, dial 3-1-1
Unsolved Homicide Reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the shooting deaths of two Lorain teenagers, as well as the city's other unsolved homicides.

Three Lorain Polilce Officers Honored by M.A.D.D.


Pictured from left to Right: Julie Leggett - Executive Director of MADD, Sgt. Meek, Officer Orlando Colon, and Officer Kyle Gelenius. (Not pictured - Officer Craig Payne)
On Thursday, October 21, 2010, Officers Kyle Gelenius, Orlando Colon and Craig Payne received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) "Top Cop" award for their exceptional efforts in drunk driving apprehensions. The three officers were honored among other Northeastern Ohio officers at M.A.D.D.'s "Top Cop" and volunteer awards ceremony in Independence. Lorain police Traffic Commissioner Sgt. Meek said that all three officers have shown an outstanding commitment to saving lives by their diligent efforts in OVI apprehension. Sgt. Meek said he believed the three officers played a major part in reducing the number of fatal alcohol related crashes for this year.