Newcomerstown Police Department
We are a full-time department that serves a community of 4,000 residents in the Village of Newcomerstown, Ohio.
Our Mission Statement
- The officers of Newcomerstown Police Department are committed to providing professional and compassionate services to our community through dedication and teamwork.
- We will enforce the law in a fair and equitable manner, taking into consideration not only the letter of the law, but also the spirit of the law.
- We are committed to building trust by maintaining a mutual partnership between the police department and the community.
- The officers of the Newcomerstown Police Department possess a great sense of pride in serving our community in our chosen profession.
- We believe the character of our Department is best reflected in the quality of service provided by each of our members.
Our Core Values
Like the U.S. Army's summarized by the acronym: "LDRSHIP" which signifies our role as leaders and role models in the community, particularly in difficult times. We recognize that these are traits that we in fact value. We understand that we will be measured against these ideals and expected to rise to these standards. Our mission and core value statements are based on examples from other law enforcement and military services, but most importantly, were developed with the input of members of the Newcomerstown Police Department.
LOYALTY - BE FAITHFUL TO THE LAW, COMMUNITY, EACH OTHER, AND OUR FAMILIES
We will be faithful to the United States Constitution and laws of Ohio, the public trust and the community we serve, the Newcomerstown Police Department and our fellow officers, and our families.
DUTY - FULFILL OUR OBLIGATIONS
We will strive to fulfill our duty to the best of our abilities. We will conduct ourselves with self-discipline, professionalism and confidence. We will exercise self-restraint and objectivity in the face of emotions and extreme circumstances. We will always work towards excellence through constant self-improvement.
RESPECT - TREAT OTHERS AS THEY SHOULD BE TREATED
We will treat everyone as we would want to be treated, even in negative situations. We will be courteous and respectful in our dealings with each other and the public. We will provide fair access, whenever possible, to information that people require to make decisions about their lives.
SERVICE - PUT OTHERS BEFORE OURSELVES
We will put the welfare of others before our own interests. We will do our job with caring and compassion. We will foster teamwork, both within our department and with other agencies.
HONOR - LIVE UP TO ALL OF OUR VALUES
We will lead honorable lives both on and off-duty. This honor will be the source of our leadership and pride.
INTEGRITY - DO THE RIGHT THING
We will consistently do what is right, legally and morally. We will communicate with honesty and candor. We will earn the trust of the community and each other. In the absence of orders or directions, we will act professionally and with integrity.
PERSONAL COURAGE - CONQUER FEAR, DANGER, AND ADVERSITY
We will recognize our fears and put them aside to do what is necessary. We understand that one needs both moral and physical courage to successfully complete our job.
Curfew for Village of Newcomerstown
Sunday thru Thursday
12 years old and under | 9 p.m. -5 a.m.
13-15 years old | 10 p.m. - 5 a.m.
16-17 years old | 11 p.m.- 5 a.m.
Friday and Saturday
12 years old and under | 10 p.m. - 5 a.m.
13-15 years old } 11 p.m. - 5 a.m.
16-17 years old | 12 a.m. - 5 a.m.
Mayor's court is held the second and fourth Monday of each month, unless otherwise specified. It is at 6:00 p.m. at the senior center across from the police department. Bonds can be posted at the Police Department. For questions regarding the Mayor's court call (740) 498-6161.
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"We are committed to our community"
Gary Holland, Chief of Police
Village of Newcomerstown
124 West Church Street
Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832
Other Important Numbers
Tuscarawas County Prosecutors Office
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