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Woodmere Police Department

1 day 17 hours ago


At approximately 7:30pm this evening a vehicle was stolen from the Eton parking lot. The vehicle is described as a 1999 Green Honda Accord with OHIO plate HDF9037. The vehicle is missing the front driver’s side tire cap and rear left rain guard. The vehicle was taken by two males that were observed heading west on Chagrin Blvd toward I 271.

If you were in the area and saw anything or if you see the vehicle please contact the Woodmere Police Department via Chagrin Valley Dispatch at #440-247-7321

We’d also like to take this time to remind you not to leave your vehicle running unattended while unsecured. While it may be tempting to warm up your car during these cold temperatures, it’s also tempting to those willing to seize the opportunity to steal your vehicle.

Woodmere Police Department

1 day 18 hours ago

On this MLK Day 2019, we’ve accepted the #icommit challenge promoted by The King Center to help spread and share the mission of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr to create a more humane, peaceful, and loving world. Woodmere PD Officer Jacodimus Lee shares his below.

 Attitude For Excellence

Woodmere Village Police Department believe that we must continuously build the trust between our residents, the business community and our visitors in which we protect and serve. In order to be essential as a police department, we must build the trust and legitimacy that establish a culture of transparency and accountability from all within our department, from the chief of police to the patrol officer.


The men and women of Woodmere Village Police Department are here to protect and serve by providing a secure and safe environment through professional service to all that live, work and visit our Village.


Woodmere Village Police Department is a progressive and professional organization, we are dedicated to supporting the partnership between the law enforcement community and our residents. We will be an organization in which each officer embraces integrity as their foundation in which our community trust is built.


Attitude of an officer with a professional work ethic and a clear understanding of teamwork will develop an excellence response to serving our community.

Respect and value the enriched diversity of our community which is a reflection of the diversity within our department. We will protect their rights and uphold our position of trust by maintaining the highest ethical standards as set forth by our administrative and operational orders of our department.

Pride is that we consider ourselves to be a vital part of the Woodmere Village community. We as officers enjoy our choice of career in serving in the professional life of a Law Enforcement person….

Partnership with the Community

Woodmere Village Police Department has great pride in the relationship they have developed with the community, they believe in practicing the principles of community policing which give to the officers a feeling of belonging to the community in which they service.

27899 Chagrin Blvd
Woodmere Village, OH 44122


Police Chief Sheila A. Mason

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