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Berea, Ohio – Jail and Mugshot Information
Berea, Ohio, is a city located in northern Ohio, in Cuyahoga County. Berea has a population of 19,093 people. Berea has a council-mayor style of government, and the mayor of the city is Cyril Kleem.
City of Berea
11 Berea Commons
Berea, OH 44017
Cyril Kleem, Mayor
For the year 2016, the crime index of Berea was 64.0, which is lower than the United States national crime index of 280.5. During that year, there were no murders in Berea. There were 2 rapes, 5 robberies, and 4 assaults. There were also 19 reported burglaries, 154 reported thefts, 8 reported auto thefts, and 1 reported arson. As of December 2018, there were 12 registered sex offenders living in Berea. The ratio of residents to registered sex offenders was 1,567to 1.
Berea, Ohio – Police Station Information
In the year 2016, there were 148 crimes reported in Berea, which gave the city a crime rate of 784 per 100,000 persons. This is lower than the Ohio state crime rate of 2,717 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,745 per 100,000 persons. Property crimes are the most commonly reported crimes in Berea.
The City of Berea Police Department is located on Berea Commons, and the Chief of Police is Joe Grecol.
Berea Police Department
17 Berea Commons
Berea, OH 44017
Joe Grecol, Chief of Police
The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office is located in Cleveland and provides police services. The sheriff is Clifford Pinkney. Divisions within the sheriff’s office include law enforcement, corrections, and the civil division.
Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office
1215 W 3rd St
Cleveland, OH 44113
The Cuyahoga County Corrections Center is comprised of two jails, one in downtown Cleveland and one in Berea. The downtown facility is the main jail and houses more than 2,000 inmates. Kenneth V. Mills is the Director of Regional Corrections. Visitation is by appointment only, and the visitation schedule depends on the inmate’s housing location. Visits are limited to 15 minutes in length, and no more than 2 visits per week.