Mission Statement

The members of The Brunswick Hills Police Department are committed to excellence in law enforcement and are dedicated to the people we serve. We shall safeguard the lives and property to reduce the incidence and fear of crime and to enhance public safety while working with the community to improve their quality of life. Our mandate is to do so with honor, respect and integrity while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards.

Brunswick Hills Police Department has a 24 hour pill disposal bin located in the lobby. We also have a document shredding destruction bin. The office address is 505 Substation Rd, Brunswick, OH 44212.

Juvenile Diversion Program

Juvenile Diversion Program
In cooperation with The Medina County Juvenile Court Judge Kevin W. Dunn, The Juvenile Diversion Program was established as a voluntary program that utilizes driving simulators and class room education taught by police officers from various police departments in Medina County. The program is taught on Saturdays at Medina High School for three hours. This program is an alternative to going through the juvenile court process and avoids establishing a juvenile record.

The Juvenile Diversion Program is designed for first time juvenile traffic offenders, and some minor criminal offenses.

The following agencies are participating in The Juvenile Diversion Program:

The Brunswick Hills Police Department, City of Medina Police Department, The Montville Township Police Department, The Medina Township Police Department, The Brunswick Police Department, The Spencer Police Department, The Wadsworth Police Department, The Seville Police Department, The Westfield Township Police Department, The Hinkley Township Police Department and The Medina County Sheriff's Office.

Additional Services Offered By The Brunswick Hills Police Department

The Brunswick Hills Police Department offers vehicle lock out services to all motorists. If you should accidentally be locked out of your vehicle simply contact the non-emergency number and a officer will be dispatched to gain entry to your vehicle. Each Brunswick Hills Police cruiser is also outfitted with front push bars. The push bars can be utilized to assist motorists which are stuck in mud or deep snow drifts. Fingerprinting services are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year for those requiring fingerprint cards for most reasons.


The Unused Medication Disposal Box Program

The unused medication disposal box program is designed to provide a safe location to properly dispose of any unused prescription medications. The boxes are located in the lobbies of most police departments in Medina County. Simply bring the unused medications and deposit them into the receptacle. Each department will dispose of the turned in medications periodically. Please do not place any hypodermic needles used or unused in the boxes. The disposal box is located in the front lobby of The Brunswick Hills Police Department. Medications can be deposited in the boxes 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

Brunswick Hills Police Department Technology

The Brunswick Hills Police Department utilizes current police technology in everyday patrols. Each cruiser is outfitted with a Mobile Data Terminal which are used to check vehicle registrations along with the positive identification of subjects in the field. Additionally the cruisers are outfitted with L3 in car video and audio recording systems to properly preserve evidence which helps in successful prosecution of cases. Officers are outfitted with less than lethal weapons systems along with being equipped with AR-15 patrol rifles while on duty.


2018 Annual Police Report


Medina County Prosecutor Victim Assistance Division

Medina County Prosecutor Dean Holman and The Medina County Prosecutor's Office Victim Assistance Division are available to any citizen of Medina County or any victim of a violent crime committed within the county.

The division offers 24 hour emergency services for victims of sexual assault and survivors of homicide victims.

24- Hour Emergency Services: 330-725-6631

The Board of Trustees Business Meeting

We meet every second (2nd) and fourth (4th) Tuesday of the month at the Town Hall, 7:00pm, 1918 Pearl Rd.
We invite the public to attend.