Police Department

The Jackson Center Police Department is dedicated to serving and protecting the residents of Jackson Center, Ohio.  The Department provides twenty-four hour service to the residents and businesses of the Village of Jackson Center.  The Department is comprised of two full time officers; Chief Joseph Cotterman, Sergeant Charles Wirick, Canine Officer Hiro and several Auxiliary Police Officers as Independent Contractors.  You can contact Chief Cotterman and Sergeant Wirick by calling (937) 596-6140.

The Jackson Center Police Department works closely with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office.  The Sheriff's Office can be reached by calling (937) 498-1111.

Useful links for residents:

Shelby County Crime Stoppers - (937) 492-TIPS www.shelbycountysheriff.com/crimestoppers.asp 
Register to receive email alerts regarding Sexual Offenders - Register here

Mayor's Court

Mayor Scott Klopfenstein does preside over Mayor's Court which is held on the Second and Fourth Monday's of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Police Department which is located at 110 South Linden Avenue.  The entrance to the Police Department is on the west side of the Safety Building and is identified by a black and white Police sign.

Chief of Police
Police Officer
Canine Officer