Reynoldsburg Police Dept.

Reynoldsburg Police Dept.

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#1 Mar 11, 2008
As a resident of Reynoldsburg, OH, I will never vote to pass any type of levy or bond that gives the police dept. more funds, because they can't do their job now. This weekend durning the blizzard, my family and I were out of town. When we got home we had to dig out our road from where the plows pushed more than 3ft of snow, blocking our driveway. This morning I had two notes on my warnings of possible citations from the police department, because one of my cars was blocking the sidewalk, and my other car hadn't been moved in 48 hrs. It is ridiculous to get that kind of warning, when no other car in my neighborhood that hadn't been moved didn't recieve warnings. After all it was the city that piled the snow extra high around my car blocking it in. This just adds onto what happened this past summer. My car was broken into, and some credit cards were taken. The responding officer didn't bother to finger print. My wife and I found where they used our cards, and contacted those businesses. We were able to get the pictures of the subjects, and one of the car they were driving. We tried multiple times to contact the officer that came to our house, but they never returned our call. I guess it wasn't a priority for them. When they step up and start to do a better job, then I will be more willing to be more supportive of them.
not happy

Westerville, OH

#2 Mar 30, 2008
I plan on moving from Reynoldsburg as soon as my son graduates in the next 4 years....REynoldsburg does alot of racial profiling..my ex husband who was a former cop, told me that in the 90s, it was very prevelant...I have had issues with them, and people complains about Columbus Police...who have often been very polite...and when one thought my car broke down, he stopped to see if I needed assistance!....The cops are shakey out here...they like to shake down alot, so its back to Columbus I go...at least with the criminals I know where I stand....its bad you cant trust the supposedly GOOD GUYS
Reynoldsburg jerks

Bellefontaine, OH

#3 Aug 3, 2008
I have seen Reynoldsburg cops at local bars ,drunk as heck and yet driving.But yet they will hide behind buildings to intrap people leaving local clubs.What a bunch of loser dirt balls they are,with crime growing in the area you think they would be out being real police instead of jerks.
Bob

Bellefontaine, OH

#4 Nov 4, 2008
If the African American population in REY were to suddenly start obeying every single law then the so called profiling would stop. I don't see that happening.
wow

Lewis Center, OH

#5 Jan 28, 2009
so their i was driving and couldnt stop on the ice at the stop sign so a cop nails me for 115 dollar ticket and i gave him my fop card and hes like thats not going to help so i took it back the other officer that was with him said no let me see it and took it and said ill make sure it gets back to that officer WTF?? any ways the 30 min i sat their 2 other rypd drove by because they dont have a real job? why dont they catch the theives and leave the little shit alone their was no other cars on the road! i think that they are trying to keep up with gahanna. but i asked is failure to stop earn me more points and his words were"uhhh i really dont know"so he asked the other guy who was riding along and he didnt know either!! thats reynoldsburg for ya
Concerned Parent

AOL

#6 Apr 6, 2009
It is pretty sad when our officers don't have anything better to do than to set in a residential area with very low traffic issuing tickets for a rolling stop.$115 for a rolling stop. We know the Chief has put them under quota pressure but is this really necessary? If we are hard up for money, you may want to place an officer at the corner of Roundelay Rd. and Butterfly - those people never stop and the city could make lots of money on rolling stops.
None

Little Hocking, OH

#7 Apr 10, 2009
All you have to do is obey the law and you wont get a $ 115.00 ticket. The person who received a ticket for a rolling stop is the same person who will call the police department and complaint that somebody ran a stop sign in there neighborhood. A quota is against the law so before you judge somebody else know exactly what you are talking about.
really

Butler, OH

#8 Apr 22, 2009
what exactly is a rolling stop? do you ever stop, nope. enjoy your ticket
as if

Columbus, OH

#9 May 1, 2009
I am sick of hearing negativity about police offcers. The only people who complain are usually the ones breaking laws. Some have valid complaints but, most are just mad they got caught.
Concerned

Mchenry, IL

#10 May 9, 2009
I requested a wellness check by the reynoldsburg police for my father as i live out of state. They acted like they didn't want to. He is a raging alcholic in a bitter divorce and driving drunk all over town. They need to protect the innocent people that he could harm as well as him. I shouldn't have to remind the police why they have their jobs! I lived in Reynoldsburg all my life until 2006 when I moved to Illinois. They just keep getting worse all the time. To "as if", it's not just law breakers getting made at the RPD, it's the people asking them to be fair and do their damn jobs!
Resident

Columbus, OH

#11 Aug 28, 2009
Reynoldsburg cops are the only police I have ever had problems with. I'm sure there are good ones, but there are plenty of racial profiling ones, too. The resource officer at the high school is particularly good at singling out students she doesn't care for and harassing them. If you're black, drive carefully in Reynodsburg. If you're young, black and male, you better just stay home. Sincerely, not a black person.
None

Bayside, NY

#12 Sep 10, 2009
People love to play the race card anytime they are stopped. It is never because they have broke the law, it's always because "they are black". That is ridiculous. The police have digital cameras in their cars that record continuously. When they activate their lights, the cameras go back to the previous 30 seconds and begin recording. This is not always going to catch your violation, but the majority of the time it will. If you think you were "wronged", take it to court. If you know you broke the law, stop bitching at the officer and pay the fine. They are doing their job.
10 year resident

Columbus, OH

#13 Oct 11, 2009
I live in a very nice community in Reynoldsburg. A few years ago I had some Christmas decorations stolen from my front porch. Ok, not that big of a deal. The next year I had more stolen. My 4-year old was upset so I decided to file a police report. I knew it wouldn't help but I brought her with me so she could see the "wheels of justice". Right. I was basically laughed at by the girl at the front desk which was nice, then I waited for over 30 minutes for an officer to speak with me. Nothing. Nobody ever came and the idiot at the front desk paced back and forth on her cell phone ignoring me so I just left. I obey the law and feel like I got slapped by the Reynoldsburg staff. I understand they put their lives at risk, but they should care about all problems big and small. I haven't seen them do any drive by's in my area (they are supposed to do this, I'm told, to build good will with children and parents but I haven't seen one in 10 years). I work up north in sales and when people hear Reynoldsburg they automatically think ghetto. I have a relative that lives in Bexley and that is surrounded by true ghetto on 3 sides yet it's never touched. Is it the difference in police that makes it?
common sense

Jackson, OH

#14 Nov 2, 2009
Concerned Parent wrote:
It is pretty sad when our officers don't have anything better to do than to set in a residential area with very low traffic issuing tickets for a rolling stop.$115 for a rolling stop. We know the Chief has put them under quota pressure but is this really necessary? If we are hard up for money, you may want to place an officer at the corner of Roundelay Rd. and Butterfly - those people never stop and the city could make lots of money on rolling stops.
rolling stop? i believe that is called an oxymoron? if you stop at stop signs, you will not get a ticket.
Mark

Jacksonville, FL

#15 Dec 17, 2009
Thank u all for the info, I am moving From FL to Columbus OH, and I was doing a research about Reynoldsburg because i was told it is affordable, but thank u to all of you for letting me know that it's not the right place to be, so Now I will keep my focus on the western neighborhoods of the city of Columbus.
Yikes

Columbus, OH

#16 Dec 17, 2009
Mark wrote:
Thank u all for the info, I am moving From FL to Columbus OH, and I was doing a research about Reynoldsburg because i was told it is affordable, but thank u to all of you for letting me know that it's not the right place to be, so Now I will keep my focus on the western neighborhoods of the city of Columbus.
I can't say it is much better on the West side. Good luck however.
Local Kid

Logan, OH

#17 Dec 17, 2009
Never had a problem with the police.
I stop at stop signs and red lights, drive the speed limit, do not drive aggressively, use my turn signal, don't steal from people and generally obey all the laws I can.

I miss the SNAT from the early 90s, say what you want about the unofficial program but it was effective.

The term rolling stop is an oxymoron. It doesn't exist. Either you stop or you don't. The term really means "I didn't stop because I am a piece of trash that doesn't obey the law and like to complain and not take responsibility for my actions"
roundelay rd homeowner

Blacklick, OH

#18 Jan 9, 2010
They Are always to busy sitting in there cars on their laptops in krogers parking lot on the sides to busy to care whats going on. I think bobby knows More what goes on around here than they do. they like to stop behind my house and harass my dogs
taxpayer785

Reynoldsburg, OH

#19 Jan 15, 2010
Who ya going to call...Ya know you'll be the first one to call em!!! I guess you could move!
roundelay rd homeowner wrote:
They Are always to busy sitting in there cars on their laptops in krogers parking lot on the sides to busy to care whats going on. I think bobby knows More what goes on around here than they do. they like to stop behind my house and harass my dogs
Reyn Mom

Columbus, OH

#20 Jan 27, 2010
Resident wrote:
Reynoldsburg cops are the only police I have ever had problems with. I'm sure there are good ones, but there are plenty of racial profiling ones, too. The resource officer at the high school is particularly good at singling out students she doesn't care for and harassing them. If you're black, drive carefully in Reynodsburg. If you're young, black and male, you better just stay home. Sincerely, not a black person.
Thank you, now I know I'm not crazy. Frankly, I could never decide if she hated my son or secretly liked him and harassing him was the only way to get his attention. She's a big blob of a broad with a big stupid mouth to match. And yes, there should be a sign up when you enter Reynoldsburg with a pic of a young black person inside of a red circle with a line through it. Signed, also not a black person.

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