Carroll County Sheriff's Office

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Non-Emergency Numbers

  • Sheriff's Office: 330.627.2141
  • Direct to Jail: 330.627.2170

Press Releases

Back to School Safety Tips

August 16, 2017 2:29 PM

SCHOOL SAFETY FOR STUDENTS RIDING THE BUS Riding a school bus safely is serious business and requires cooperation and help from everyone. Here are some helpful items for students and parents that ensure safety:   1. CAUTION: Check drawstrings on clothing. Anything over 3" long can be dangerous while entering or exiting a bus as it can become snagged on handrails. All Carrollton buses have corrected handrails.   2. Teach your children to stay 10 steps away from the bus pick-up point.   3. ALL STUDENTS must watch for the bus driver’s hand signal. If your child must cross the road to get on the bus, help remind him/her to  ... continue reading


New Automated Phone System

January 09, 2017 3:44 PM

The Carroll County Sheriff’s office will be going to an automated phone system. This is being done to better assist the people of Carroll County and forward your non-emergency calls to where they need to be. The non-emergency phone number, 330-627-2141 will not change. If you have an EMERGENCY where you need police, fire or medical please call 911 and give them your name, address to where you need them, a call back number that we can reach you for further information and a brief description as to what is going on. We as dispatchers know in an emergency situation it is hard to stay calm but try to speak  ... continue reading


Ohio Awards Certification to Carroll County Sheriff's Office for Adopting New Police Standards

December 13, 2016 9:20 AM

COLUMBUS- Carroll County Sheriff's Office has adopted and fully implemented the new state standards recently established by the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Adv isory Board as part of the state's efforts to strengthen community and police relations. The agency joins several law enforcement agencies who recently became certified by meeting standa rds for the use of force, including deadly force, and agency recruitment and hiring. The standards are the first of their kind in Ohio and were developed by the 12-member collaborative in August 2015. The state has partnered with the Buckeye State Sheriffs' Associat ion and the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police to help certify Ohio's nearly 1,000 law  ... continue reading