The Copley Police Department is a full service and professionally trained department under the direction of Chief Michael Mier.
The Copley Police Department is staffed by 30 police officers, one youth worker and one administrative assistant. The Copley Police Department participates in several multi-jurisdictional law enforcement teams; the Summit County Drug Unit, the United States Marshal's Violent Criminal Task Force, the Metro SWAT Team, the Metro Traffic Crash Team, and the SWSCOM Dispatch Center.
Copley Township is an urban township with a small town feel. Copley Township is home to 17,000 residents and covers 21 square miles. Copley Township shares the Montrose business district with Bath Township and the City of Fairlawn. This area is home to 18 motels, many restaurants, retail shopping, and professional office buildings.
Copley Police officers regularly patrol the community in marked police cruisers, undercover vehicles, bicycles, and on foot to provide its residents with the highest level of police service. Copley Township enjoys a low crime rate, and in particular a very low violent crime rate. We regularly work together with our citizens and business owners to keep Copley one of the safest communities in northeast Ohio in which to live and work. We welcome your input and look forward to working with you.