Police Department

Dear Friends,

The Napoleon City Police Dept. serves the City of Napoleon, Ohio. Napoleon is a progressive City and the largest populated area of Henry County. It stands along the banks of the scenic Maumee River. We are about 40 miles SW of Toledo Ohio. Our Department has 21 members. The Chief, 3 Lieutenants, 2 Detectives, 10 Patrol Officers, and 5 Dispatchers. We also have an Auxiliary Police Force made up of approved volunteers the assist us in crowd control, traffic control and ride with regular officers as a backup to the patrol division. We operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and dispatch our department, the Napoleon Fire and Rescue services, along with the enhanced 911 system for the city and emergency utility call-outs.

If you wish to report a crime, please call our department at 419-599-2810 or 911.

You will also see links to monthly and yearly reports generated by the department, press releases, and accident reports that have been approved by supervision. It may take up to 72 hours for an accident to post on the download site.

If you have comments or have general questions about the department, you may email us at npd@napoleonohio.com

We would like to congratulate Chief Robert Weitzel in his recent retirement.  He served the citizens of Napoleon for 34 yrs Full Time and it was an honor to serve next to him!

David J. Mack, Chief of Police



NPD Reports - Yearly and Monthly Reports, Daily Reports, Press Releases.


State Web Page Website for the state of Ohio.


Codified Ordinances - Napoleon ordinances


Ohio Law - Links to important sites related to law enforcement


 Public Records  - 


Please be advised that crash reports are not available on this Website at this time. You can request these documents by either going to the State of Ohio’s Website


or you may email us at npd@napoleonohio.com

or by phone at 419-599-2810.  Thank you for your understanding.