ⓘ Akron Police Department

                                     

ⓘ Akron Police Department

The Akron Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for the city of Akron, Ohio. The current Police Chief is Kenneth R. Ball II. The department currently has 451 sworn employees.

                                     
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  • Some police cars are specially adapted for work on busy roads. The first police car was a wagon run by electricity fielded on the streets of Akron Ohio
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  • livery, a police car may be considered a marked or unmarked unit. The first police car was a wagon run by electricity fielded on the streets of Akron Ohio
  • southeast of Akron s central business district. The Akron Expressway, as the freeway is known within the city limits, heads up the east side of Akron SR 8 s
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  • first police car was a wagon run by electricity fielded on the streets of Akron Ohio in 1899. Since the 1920s, the New York City Police Department has