Cleveland, Ohio – Jail and Mugshot Information
Cleveland, Ohio, is a city located in northern Ohio, in Cuyahoga County. Cleveland has a population of 396,815 people. Cleveland has a council-mayor style of government, and the mayor of the city is Frank G. Jackson.
City of Cleveland
Cleveland City Hall
601 Lakeside Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Frank G. Jackson, Mayor
In the year 2016, Cleveland had a crime index of 847.4, which is higher than the United States national crime index of 283.7. During that year, there were 135 murders, 488 rapes, 2,980 robberies, and 2,696 assaults. There were also 6,333 reported burglaries, 10,001 reported thefts, 4,199 reported auto thefts, and 315 reported arsons. As of November 2018, there were 1,832 registered sex offenders living in Cleveland. The ratio of residents to registered sex offenders was 211 to 1.
Cleveland, Ohio – Police Station Information
In the year 2016, there were 26,832 reported crimes in Cleveland, which gave the city a crime rate of 6,947 per 100,000 persons. This is higher than the Ohio state crime rate of 2,878 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crimes are the most commonly reported crimes in Cleveland.
The City of Cleveland Police Department is located on Ontario Street, and the Chief of Police is Calvin D. Williams. The police department employs more than 1,600 people. Divisions within the department include administrative operations, field operations, and homeland special operations.
Cleveland Police Department
1300 Ontario St
Cleveland, OH 44113
The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office is also 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 Euclid. 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.
Open Records Requests in Cleveland, Ohio
Information about public records from the City of Cleveland can be viewed online.
Public records can be obtained from the Cleveland Police Department by contacting the Public Records Unit.