How do I report an emergency?
During an emergency, you should always dial 911.
"The mission of the Hartford Police Department is to work with the citizens of the community to provide a safe environment utilizing cooperation and community policing to achieve our goals. With this, the Hartford Village Police Department will utilize all training and experience at our disposal to enforce the laws and ordinances of the village, the State of Ohio, and the
Constitution and laws of the United States."
The Hartford Village Police Department currently consists of the Chief of Police and four officers. The Department provides all relevant police services for the village, as does the Licking County Sheriff, when there
is not an officer on duty.
How do I file a police report or obtain a copy of one?
You can file or obtain a copy of a police report by contacting the department at (740) 893-2099.
How do I pay a traffic citation?
You can pay your traffic citation at the police department located at 2 North High St. Croton, Ohio 43013. The Police Office is on the west side of the Village Hall.
If your citation does not require a court appearance you may place your ticket with payment of the fine in the secure mail box to the right of the Police Department door on the west side of the Village Hall or mail it to Clerk of Court PO Box 253 Croton, OH 43013
If you have any questions please contact the Clerk’s office at (740) 893-2099.
Where is the Police Department located?
The Hartford Village Police Department is located at 2 North High St. There is on street parking available on all sides of the village square, however, the department is at the west side of the building.
Will the Police check my residence if I go out of town?
Yes, you must provide the specific information to the department, and your
residence will be added to the residence checklist.
Is the Police staff trained in CPR?
All officers are trained and certified in CPR.