City of Dublin - Police Services
House watches are only available for residents in Dublin’s police jurisdiction. House watches can only be scheduled for a minimum of 3 days (72 hours) and can be set for an unlimited amount of days.
Vehicle Lockout Assistance
Dublin Police offer vehicle lockout assistance to anyone in Dublin. Should you accidentally lock your keys in a vehicle, you can call the communications center at 614-889-1112.
Dublin Emergency Calling System
The Dublin Emergency Calling System – DECS – automatically alerts residents, businesses and first responders in times of crisis.
Special Duty Request
When requesting a Special Duty officer please call 614-410-4800 and ask to speak to the Special Duty coordinator at least three weeks in advance of the job.
Officers will visit homes and businesses and provide tips on how to better secure your premises and deter criminals.
Traffic Safety Programs
Residents who live in neighborhoods that are perceived to have a speeding problem are eligible to participate in the Traffic Safety Program. The program requires that at least two adults from the neighborhood attend a radar training session with a police officer. Upon completion of the program, residents are eligible to borrow radar equipment to use in their neighborhood.
Corporate and Group Programs
Personal Safety Program – This program can be delivered to groups of 10 or more people and is customized for the company or group needs.
ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) – This Active Shooter Response Program can be a classroom type presentation and involve practical drills, if desired.
Business Safety Surveys – These surveys provide a basic assessment of a business with a focus on physical security and procedures. Recommendations can be made in the area of CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) and safety policy and practices.
White Collar Crime Presentation - Investigators are available to give an overview of this type of crime.
Corporate Safety Drills- Observation and Feedback - Officers can be provided to observe and evaluate drills such as fire, active threat and other types of emergency drills.
C.A.P.I.T.A.L. Group (Corporate And Police Information, Training And Liaison.) - This is a networking group that meets every couple of months to talk about corporate safety/security and crime trends within the community. It is primarily composed of corporate security representatives, but all are welcome.
For additional services offered by the City of Dublin Police department, visit http://dublinohiousa.gov/dublin-police/police-services/ or call 614-410-4800.