Police & Fire

Non-Emergency Phone: 614-885-4463

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Statement to the Community from Police Chief Robert Ware

Worthington United in Dialogue

The City of Worthington is committed to participating in a thoughtful dialogue with the community as we all work to address and eradicate racism and inequality. The City is receiving a number of questions about our policies and initiatives and we have created this online space to be transparent and make information widely available.  Learn more here

Police Data & Statistics

In order to be transparent about Worthington Division of Police records, citation and arrest data, and other statistics, we are posting additional information here to make it widely available to the public. See available data and statistics here

Dispatching Center Consolidation

The City of Worthington is on track to transition the City’s emergency 911 dispatching services to consolidate with the Northwest Regional Emergency Communications Center. The Division of Fire & EMS dispatching will transition to the Northwest Center beginning on July 7, 2020, with the Division of Police dispatching following on September 7, 2020.  Learn more here

  1. File a Report
  2. Compliment an Officer
  3. Impounds
  4. Request Records
  5. Request a House Watch
  6. Protection Orders
  7. Emergency Notifications
  8. Emergency Business Contact Information
Reports must be filed directly with a police officer.

Reports can be filed in person at:
Worthington Police Headquarters
6555 Worthington-Galena Rd.
Worthington, Ohio 43085

You can also have an officer come to your location 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To have an officer come to your location please call (614) 885-4463.
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