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Vandalia, Ohio Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Vandalia, Ohio has a population of 15,246. The mayor as of 2018 is Arlene Setzer. Her phone number is 890-2565. The city can be found in Montgomery County.
333 James E. Bohanan Drive
Vandalia, OH 45377
The crime index of Vandalia, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 140.8. There has been 12 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 1,257 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is smaller than the state average.
Vandalia, Ohio Police Station Information
A general overview of all the annual reported crimes in Vandalia, OH is displayed. The data has been arranged to make it easier to find both the gross total of reported crimes and the number of crimes reported per 100,000 people in Vandalia, OH. These statistics are further divided into two distinct categories (violent crimes and property crimes) to provide more insight to how prevalent crime is in the area. You’ll find that the rate of crime in Vandalia, OH averages 21% lower than the rest of Ohio while the rate of crime on a national scale is 20% lower than. You’ll find that the occurrence of violent crime in Vandalia, OH is 69% lower than the average rate of crime in Ohio and 76% lower than the rest of the nation. Similarly, crime involving property stands 16% lower than the remainder of the state of Ohio and 11% lower than the nation’s average. Both of these statistics relate to how safe residents and businesses are while performing everyday activities in the Vandalia, OH area.
Facts about crime in Vandalia, Ohio:
- The overall crime rate in Vandalia is 20% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 6.22 daily crimes that occur in Vandalia.
- Vandalia is safer than 59% of the cities in the United States.
- In Vandalia you have a 1 in 45 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Vandalia has decreased by 6%.
“The Vandalia Division of Police is pleased and proud to acquaint you with our City, our team of dedicated police professionals and the many services the Division provides.
At VPD, success is achieved through sustained community partnership and by an unwavering tradition of service. We measure our success not by the many tasks we perform or the infrequency of crime in our community, but rather by the feelings of safety and security that our residents, businesses and visitors share.
I am confident that as you browse through the information that accompanies this message, you will quickly understand our great pride in Vandalia and the many dedicated men and women of the Division who protect and serve. It is from their commitment, professionalism and teamwork today that we build for tomorrow.
As always, we welcome and invite your questions, concerns or suggestions for improved police services. Please let us know how we’re doing.”
The Vandalia Division of Police has a sworn officer assigned as the Crime Prevention Officer. This officer works closely with the community, businesses, and schools. The Crime Prevention Officer communicates with the Vandalia Neighborhood Watch groups and hosts their meetings. Reducing crime in neighborhoods, preventing thefts, and safe driving are just a few of the many education resources offered to Vandalia citizens. Educating students is another major role for the Crime Prevention Officer. Building lines of communication and helping with awareness allows the Crime Prevention Officer to work closely with many Vandalia businesses. The motto for the Vandalia Crime Prevention Program is “Building Safer Communities through Awareness, Prevention and Education.”
Vandalia Police Department Address:
Kurt Althouse, Chief of Police
245 J.E. Bohanan Drive
Vandalia, OH 45377
In 1803, an election was held and George Newcombe was elected the first Montgomery County Sheriff. His office was in a tavern, so he met his need for a jail by lowering prisoners into a dry well with a rope and by chaining prisoners to a corncrib.
The first real jail was built in 1803 and was a log building. In 1811, this jail was removed to make room for a new building, which was a combination jail and Sheriff’s residence.
In 1834, a single-story building of heavy cut stone was erected in the yard at the rear of the jail. It had four cells with stone floors and arched brick ceilings. This served the county for ten years.
In 1844, a new county jail was built. It was 60 feet wide by 100 feet long and had limestone walls two feet thick. The new jail’s capacity was 60-70 prisoners.
In 1869, a new jail was built on Third Street behind the new courthouse. This building was equipped with a gallows and public hangings were carried out at the jail. The last hanging in Montgomery County occurred in 1877.
Construction of the next county jail was completed in 1965, at 330 West Second Street. That jail is now a portion of the current county jail complex, which was completed in 1993. The most recent renovation was completed in December of 2004, bringing the current facility to its 900 prisoner-bed capacity.
Vandalia, Ohio Jail:
Address 1: 245 J E Bohanan Memorial
County: Montgomery County
Phone #: 937-898-5868
Fax #: 937-898-5040
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 15000
Number of Officers: 30
Police Reports in Vandalia, Ohio
The department’s crash reports throughout the years is provided in the given link below: