This page has several major sections. Please click on one of the following links to jump to a section that is located further down the page:
- Services and Responsibilities
- Visit our Facebook Page
- Police Chief and Staffing
- Contact the Police Department
- Images of the Police Department
Services and Responsibilities
The New Concord Police Department is committed to the safety, security, and welfare of the residents and businesses of our community. The Administrators and Officers are dedicated to providing helpful programs and information from children to our Senior Citizens. This includes duties such as:
- Responding to emergency events in the village
- Enforcing traffic laws and village ordinances
- Answering calls for service by the public
- Investigating criminal activity
- Providing general patrol to the business and residential areas of the village to prevent and reduce criminal activity
- Providing public services to residents with self-defense and workplace safety classes.
- Working with East Muskingum School District to provide training programs such as Stranger Danger, Bicycle Safety, and ALICE training.
- Providing programs such as Halloween safety and bicycle safety
- Alerting our citizens about scams and safety concerns
Visit our Facebook Page
Please “like” us on Facebook to follow all recent news, updates, and alerts from the New Concord Police Department.
Police Chief and Staffing
Mindy Peck is the Police Chief.
Other members of the Police Department:
- Jeff Dawson, Sergeant
- Joe Goulet, Officer
- Rich Sealock, Officer
- Hayden Walpole, Officer
Contact the Police Department
Special Note: If you have a police, fire, or medical emergency, DIAL 911.
For all other calls, please use the non-emergency police number (740-826-7671), which will be answered by cellular phone by the officer on duty.
- Phone: (740) 826-7671
- Fax: (740) 826-7617
- Email the Police Chief
Drug Take Back Program
The New Concord Police Department conducts a drug take back program in the spring and fall. On a date to be advertised, the police department can accept any unused medication other than liquids or needles.
The correct way to dispose of liquid medication is to mix the liquid with coffee grounds, saw dust, kitty litter, etc. Anything that will not be very appealing to animals, kids, etc. Then seal it in a plastic bag or container. Then you can throw it away with your normal trash. Just make sure all identifying labels are off of it before disposing.
Images of the Police Department
Provided below are images related to the Police Department. Click on a thumbnail image to see a larger image.