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Ravenna, Ohio Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Ravenna, Ohio has a population of 11,724. The mayor as of 2018 is Frank Seman. His phone number is 330.296.3864. The city can be found in Portage County.
210 Park Way
P.O. Box 1215
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
The crime index of Ravenna, as reported by a 2009 statistic, was 315. There has been 70 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 166 to 1.
Ravenna, Ohio Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Ravenna, Ohio:
- The overall crime rate in Ravenna is 21% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 9.43 daily crimes that occur in Ravenna.
- Ravenna is safer than 28% of the cities in the United States.
- In Ravenna you have a 1 in 30 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Ravenna has increased by 4%.
The Ravenna City Police Department proudly serves the 11,000+ citizens of the City of Ravenna, with a staff of 27 sworn Law Enforcement Officers and 11 Communications Officers. The department is equipped with a state of the art computer aided dispatch system, mobile data terminals, enhanced 911, and other advanced technology to better serve its citizens. Their officers answer over 20,000 calls for service each year ranging from public assists such as vehicle lockouts to more serious criminal offenses such as assaults, burglaries and robberies. In case of more serious tactical incidents, the department belongs to the Metro Swat Team which further enhances our response capabilities. The department is a member of a Federal Task Force through which ATF(Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) agents investigate and Ravenna Police enforce illegal drug activity throughout the county.
The mission of the Ravenna Police Department is to serve and protect the citizens of the City of Ravenna, safeguard their property, and instill a sense of safety and security. The Ravenna Police Department can accomplish this mission by performing our duties in accordance with the United States and Ohio Constitutions and by enforcing federal, state and local laws and ordinances in a consistent, fair, and courteous manner.
Ravenna Police Department Address:
Jeff Wallis, Chief of Police
220 Park Way
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
The Portage County Jail was opened in May of 1995 as a 24 hour full service facility located in the Portage County Justice Center, 8240 Infirmary Road, Ravenna, Ohio. Both male and female adult prisoners are housed in the Portage County Jail, with a maximum capacity of 241 beds. The Jail is supervised by Jail Administrator Captain Ricky Neal, along with a support staff of 6 full-time supervisors, 55 full-time corrections officers, 2 full-time civilians, 6 part-time corrections officers, and 4 part-time civilians.
Ravenna, Ohio Jail:
Open Records Request in Ravenna, Ohio
The Ravenna City Police Department’s Records Division maintains records of incidents occurring within the city limits of Ravenna, OH. These include Incident Reports, Arrest Reports, Crash Reports, case photos, etc.
The Records Division strives to operate in compliance with all current Ohio Public Records Laws. They utilize Sundance System’s record management package to efficiently manage all of their records. Requests for copies of reports may be made in person, or by mail in request. They currently provide copies of reports at no charge, up to twenty-five (25) pages. For reports larger than 25 pages the fee is $0.05/page after page 25. They require this fee be paid prior to receiving the record. If you are sending a request by mail, you may call the Records Division first to inquire as to how many pages are contained in the report. Additionally, in accordance with Public Records Law, you may request to view a report on site at no charge. While most records are open for public viewing and/or copying, there are a few exceptions:
- Certain information may be redacted from reports in accordance with current Public Records Law and Privacy Laws. A good example of this would be Social Security Numbers.
- Cases which are currently under active prosecution may not be released by this department. Requests for copies of these reports may be deferred to the Prosecutor’s Office for disclosure under “discovery” proceedings in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code.
- Cases under active investigation, containing sensitive information which if released may jeopardize the successful investigation of the case, or may cause an uncharged suspect to flee, may be withheld.
These are some general guidelines. Their goal is to release records for public scrutiny in the vast majority of requests. And while some instances may require the temporary with-holding of a record, or portions thereof, they are here to work with you to obtain the information you need.