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Learn more about Liberty Police

EMERGENCY  DIAL 911

Phone: (330) 759-1315
Fax: (330) 759-8477

TRUMBULL COUNTY 911 – Non Emergency Phone Number

(330) 759-1511

Mission Statement

The mission of the Liberty Township Police Department is to consistently seek and find ways to affirmatively promote, preserve and deliver a feeling of security, safety and quality service to members of the community of Liberty Township.

The Liberty Township Police Department is located at 1315 Churchill-Hubbard Road in the township Administration building.
The department has 19 well trained officers that meet and exceed all requirements set by state law and The Ohio Peace Officers Training Council.

There are 5 divisions within the department:

 

  • Patrol: Officers that patrol the township and respond to all calls for service. They are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Detective Bureau: Officers that investigate all serious crimes that occur within the township.
  • K-9: New addition to the Department is Capo, his handler is Patrolman Ray Buhala.
  • Communications: Communications are handled by the Trumbull County 911 Center.  Personnel that are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They handle all emergencies and informational calls that come into the police department for Police, Fire and Road crews. They also handle all Radio traffic from the officers, as well as, for the departments.

Department Roster

Chief Toby Meloro

Chief Toby Meloro

Chief of Police

Serving Since 1993
Email: tmeloro@libertytwp.com

Captain Ray Buhala

Captain Ray Buhala

Serving Since 2006
Email: rbuhala@libertytwp.com

Sergeant Mick Janovick

Sergeant Mick Janovick

Serving Since 1994
Email: mjanovick@libertytwp.com

Sergeant Dan Kovach

Sergeant Dan Kovach

Serving Since 1993
Email: dkovach@libertytwp.com

 

Detective Sergeant Michael Shuster

Detective Sergeant Michael Shuster

Serving Since 2003
Email: mshuster@libertytwp.com

 

Patrolman Pete DeAngelo

Patrolman Pete DeAngelo

Serving Since 1992
Email: pdeangelo@libertytwp.com

 

Patrolman James Newton

Patrolman James Newton

Serving Since 1995
Email: jnewton@libertytwp.com

 

 

Patrolwoman Ally Anastis

Patrolwoman Ally Anastis

Serving Since 1995
Email: aanastis@libertytwp.com

 

Patrolman George Bednar

Patrolman George Bednar

Serving Since 1996
Email: gbednar@libertytwp.com

Patrolman Chad McGarry

Patrolman Chad McGarry

Serving Since 1999
Email: cmcgarry@libertytwp.com

 

 

Patrolman Rob Altier

Patrolman Rob Altier

Serving Since 2005
Email: raltier@libertytwp.com

 

Patrolman David Rankin

Patrolman David Rankin

Serving Since 2014
Email: drankin@libertytwp.com

 

Patrolman James Marco

Patrolman James Marco

Serving Since 2017
Email: jmarco@libertytwp.com

 

 

Patrolman Dan Superak

Patrolman Dan Superak

Serving Since 2017
Email: dsuperak@libertytwp.com

 

 

Patrolman Christopher Walla

Patrolman Christopher Walla

Serving Since 2018
Email: cwalla@libertytwp.com

 

 

Patrolman Brian Delia

Patrolman Brian Delia

Serving Since 2018
Email: bdelia@libertytwp.com

 

Marcy Orlando

Marcy Orlando

Administrative / Records

Serving Since 2006
Email: morlando@libertytwp.com

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the phone numbers for the Liberty Police Department?
Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: (330) 759-1511 or (330) 675-2730
Administration: (330) 759-1315

What are the Curfew Hours for minors? 
Curfew Hours are as followed throughout Trumbull County:
Sunday thru Thursday 11:00 pm – 06:00 am
Friday & Saturday 12:00 am – 6:00 am

Who do I call for Missing/Stray Animals?
Local Police Department
Trumbull County Dog Warden at (330) 675-2787
Trumbull County Animal Welfare at (330) 394-4122

Do you have a drug drop off box?
Yes, our drug drop off box is located in the main lobby of the police department. Persons may drop off old prescriptions or any other drugs. You do not have to fill out any forms and all information is confidential. The drop off site is open Monday thru Friday from 7 am to 3 pm.

What are the general business hours of the Police Department?
The Police Department is open for general administrative business  from Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
 

How do I get a copy of a police report?
You can request a copy by stopping in our office during business hours, fax, mail or email. Send email requests to reports@libertytwp.com

Who do I notify when my home will be vacant? 
You can fill out a form from our web site and send it directly or stop by to complete an informational form any time during normal business hours.

 

Crimedar

The Liberty Police Department has joined forces with the Crimedar community to provide the residents of Liberty Township with timely and accurate  information regarding criminal activity in our community. Crimedar is an on-line mapping website that is available on our web page.  Crimedar users will be able to view criminal incidents in the community based on their neighborhood location, street, dates and times.  Residents can access the web site by going onto www.libertytwp.com or going to www.crimedar.com. Once on the site a map of Liberty Township will be on display with various icons. Click on the icon and a report number along with a description of the incident can be read. This program is designed to inform the community of criminal activity on your street and in your neighborhood.

This is our way of keeping the residents of Liberty Township informed and involved in their community.

Chief Richard J Tisone

Click here to check it out…

Forms

 SECURITY CHECK FORM

 MINOR INCIDENT CRIME FORM

 CITIZEN COMPLAINT FORM

 SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM APPLICATION

Please select the correct form. Complete the information requested and submit it by email, dropping off at the Police Station, or by fax (330) 759-8477

HSI

Click below for HSI Victim Notification Program

http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification

Neighborhood Watch

Liberty Neighborhood Watch: (330) 732-5647
Neighborhood Watch Meeting: First Saturday of each month
Time: 12:30 pm
Location: Liberty Administration Building

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Senior Watch Program

Phone: (330) 759-1315

Non Emergency: (330) 759-1511

Liberty Township believes in a “neighbor helping neighbor” concept and that’s why the “Liberty Township Senior Watch Program” calls for neighborhood volunteers to assist with our programs.  The volunteers have signed on to help us help our seniors.  Our volunteers have to undergo a thorough background check and receive training in elderly needs and assessments.  Through our volunteers, we will strengthen our relationships between neighbors and neighborhoods.

HOW IT WORKS

This application can be obtained at the Township Building, Police, or Fire Departments, or via the Townships website. (www.libertytwp.com).

The application asks for pertinent information and requests the client to choose which program they would like to be enrolled in.

The least intrusive programs are the “Check in” and “Elderly Call” and the most comprehensive is the “Senior Watch”.

Once the application is forwarded to the Police Department, it would be entered in our database and a schedule would be set for the client based on the program selected.

As part of the application process, a “site evaluation” of the client’s home would be completed by a Police or Fire Department official.  This evaluation would help determine any safety concerns or any special requirements needed at the residence

PROGRAMS AVAILABLE 

The application asks for pertinent information and requests the client to choose which program they would like to be enrolled in.

The least intrusive programs are the “Check in” and “Elderly Call” and the most comprehensive is the “Senior Watch”.

Once the application is forwarded to the Police Department, it would be entered in our database and a schedule would be set for the client based on the program selected.

As part of the application process, a “site evaluation” of the client’s home would be completed by a Police or Fire Department official.  This evaluation would help determine any safety concerns or any special requirements needed at the residence

 Click here to download SENIOR WATCH PROGRAM Application

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