3000 Seneca Industrial Parkway
Bellevue, OH 44811
Emergency:  9-1-1
Business:  419-483-4444
Fax:  419-483-6864


The Bellevue Police Department is currently accepting applications for Part Time Road Patrol Officers.
You must be able to work varying shifts including but not limited to days, afternoons, nights and weekends.
You also must be OPOTA certified and be able to be certified in LEADS. Pay is $12.50 / hr.

Applications can be picked up at the Bellevue Police Department, 3000 Seneca Industrial Parkway, Bellevue Ohio 44811.

Police Application Form



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“The mission of the Bellevue Police Department is to promote a sense of safety and quality of life in Bellevue, by providing police service with integrity and a commitment to excellence in partnership with our community. We view the people of our community as customers who deserve our concern, care and attention.”

The Bellevue Police Department currently employs thirteen full-time and five part-time Officers, including a Chief, one Captain, three Sergeants, seven Patrol Officers and two Detectives, as well as, four Communications Officers.  The Department currently has one Officer assigned as a K9 handler for K9 Lasso, two Officers assigned to the Detective Bureau, and one Officer assigned to the Huron County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team. In addition, we are supplemented by an Auxiliary Department, who assist during emergencies, civic events, school sporting events and traffic control.

The Bellevue Police Department is a public service answering point for Enhanced 9-1-1. We also offer a reverse notification system that is designed to deliver emergency messages, such as, weather and other civic alerts, such as, water boil alerts or major traffic alterations.  Please follow the link to Everbridge to
sign up for these alerts.  For Huron County, click HERE.  For Sandusky County, click HERE.


Local County Links:
Sandusky County
Huron County
Erie County
Seneca County

Report Links:
Bellevue Police Incident Reports

Ohio Links:
Ohio State Highway Patrol
Ohio Attorney General
Ohio Department of Transportation
ODOT Road Conditions

Other Links:
Internet Fraud Complaint Center
Sex Offender Registry
Missing Children






Chief of Police

Chief Mark Kaufman


Capt. J. Matter


Sgt. T. Trego

Sgt. D. Miller

Sgt. T. Saleski

Ptlm. F. Gleason

Ptlm. S. Nunez

Ptlm. J. Pickens

Det. E. Burt

Det. M. Linder

Ptlm. M. Wagner

Ptlm. J. Wagner

Ptlm. C. Schaffer




Communications Officers

C.O. J. Bickhart

C.O. K. Ely

C.O. C. Falter

C.O. J. Rider