Hudson, Summit County, OH Police Department

Updated on: March 22, 2021

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Hudson Police Department, Summit County, Police Department

36 South Oviatt Street, Hudson, Ohio, 44236

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The Hudson Police Department, built up in 1943, is the essential law requirement organization serving the City of Hudson, Summit County, Ohio. Starting at 2013, it had a staff of around 47.

The Hudson Police Department covers roughly 5 square miles (8.05 km2). The number of inhabitants is around 66515.

The Hudson Police Office has various strength units, including Smack, bicycle watch, harbor watch, cruisers, mounted watches, and an assortment of investigator units.

The Hudson City Jail is a holding facility for Hudson Police Department at 36 South Oviatt Street, Hudson, Ohio, 44236.

Hudson, Summit County, OH Overview

Coordinates:
41.24333°N 81.43889°W
Country:
United States
State:
Ohio
County:
Summit
Settled:
1799
Incorporated:
1837
Village/Township Merger:
1994
Founded by:
David Hudson
Named for:
David Hudson
Government:
Type:
Council-Manager
Council President:
William Wooldridge
City Manager:
Jane Howington
Mayor:
Craig Shubert
Area:
Total:
25.88 sq mi (67.04 km2)
Land:
25.63 sq mi (66.37 km2)
Water:
0.26 sq mi (0.67 km2)
Elevation:
1,066 ft (325 m)
Population (2010):
Total:
22,262
Estimate (2019):
22,237
Density:
867.79/sq mi (335.05/km2)
Demonym(s):
Hudsonite
Time zone:
UTC-5 (EST)
Summer (DST):
UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP code:
44236
Area code(s):
330, 234
FIPS code:
39-36651
GNIS feature ID:
1048857

Hudson, Summit County, OH Police Office Basic Information

Type:
Local Police Department
Full Time Sworn Officers:
28
Full Time Civilians:
7
Part Time Civilians:
12

Sending a Mail and Visitation

The Hudson City Jail does not allow its inmates to receive or send mails or packages and prohibits any of its arrestees from getting visitors. If you wish to visit or send correspondence to the inmate, you will have to wait until they transfer to a Summit County, Ohio Sheriff’s Office jail.

Summit County Sheriffs Department - 11 Northfield Township Office

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for the public safety of the Hudson, Ohio:

Address: 9546 Brandywine Road, Northfield, Ohio, 44067

Phone: 330-650-0820

Directions

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