Bryan Police Department
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304 West High Street
Bryan, Ohio 43506
(419) 633-6050

 

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Local Events

May 18 thru May 31
Click It or Ticket National Safety Campaign

K-9 Demo
May 30, 2015 11 a.m.
Tractor Supply Company
1120 South Main Street

 

 

 

The Bryan Police K-9 Sage is scheduled to be at Tractor Supply Company 1120 South Main Street Bryan Ohio as part of Purina Days on Saturday May 30 at 11 a.m.  Come down and watch a K-9 demonstration, see the new K-9 unit nicknamed Sage Coach and talk to Cory Nichols the K-9 Handler.

The K-9 demonstration is just one of the many events scheduled. Call the store for other event information. 419-633-0409.  

 


City Of Bryan Pool Schedule

Pools open June 5th in Bryan. Due to lack of Lifeguards different pool hours are in effect.

Sunday East End Pool 1 pm - 6 pm

Monday Moore Pool 1 pm - 5 pm and 7 pm - 9 pm

Tuesday East End Pool 1 pm - 5 pm and 7 pm - 9 pm

Wednesday Moore Pool 1 pm - 5 pm and 7 pm - 9 pm

Thursday East End Pool 1 pm - 5 pm and 7 pm - 9 pm

Friday Moore Pool 1 pm - 6 pm

Saturday Moore Pool 1 pm - pm

For any questions concerning the pool please call Bryan Parks and Recreation at 419-633-6030

SWIM PASSES

The Parks & Recreation Department will be using a SEASON PASS or PUNCH CARD system this summer at both pools.

Pool Passes and punch cards will be sold in the Parks and Recreation Office starting May 2nd; no swim lessons

will be sold in the office. By purchasing a punch card, patrons receive discounts on daily admissions. Persons

must either present a season pass, punch card, or pay with cash to be admitted each day. Daily admission to either of

Bryan’s two pools is still the most economical ticket to recreational fun that a person can buy. Come and enjoy the

sparkling blue waters of Moore and East End Pools this summer. See the pool rules and regulations above. 

 

DAILY ADMISSION: 4-17 Years - $1.50 18 through 61 years -$2.00

3-under - Free 62-older - Free

(10) PUNCH CARD (20) PUNCH CARD

4 thru 17 years of age $10 (save $5) $20 (save $10)

18 thru 61 years of age $15 (save $5) $30 (save $10)

If You Plan On Coming Back in the Evening, Your Hand Will Be Stamped.

SEASON PASSES (on sale, June 7th-9th, 3:30-6:00 PM, AT MOORE POOL ONLY OR IN THE PARKS AND RECREATION OFFICE STARTING MAY 2ND)

Individual $45 (save $5 if purchased June 7th - June 9th or in the office)

Family (2) $60 ( “ “ “ “ “ “ “ )

Family (3) $70 ( “ “ “ “ “ “ “ )

Family (4) $80 ( “ “ “ “ “ “ “ )

Family (5+) $90 ( “ “ “ “ “ “ “ )

Only Those Persons Who Have Their Names on the Pass are Eligible to Use that Pass.

Replacement Season Passes Will Be $2.00, if you lose yours.

 


Fraternal Order Of Police Golf Outing (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)

    Williams County F.O.P. is holding the Tara Arnold Memorial Golf Outing on Saturday June 27, 2015  

    The outing will be held at Orchard Hills Golf Course 10277 County Rd D Bryan Ohio.

    All money raised stays in Williams county for college scholarships.

    $50 per person/$200 a team. Price includes lunch.

   Sign Up Sheet


Share The Road With Motorcycles

Though a motorcycle is a small vehicle, its operator still has all the rights of the road as any other motorist. Allow the motorcycle the full width of a lane at all times.

Always signal when changing lanes or merging with traffic.

If you see a motorcycle with a signal on, be careful: motorcycle signals are often non-canceling and could have been forgotten. Always ensure that the motorcycle is turning before proceeding.

Check all mirrors and blind spots for motorcycles before changing lanes or merging with traffic, especially at intersections.

Always allow more follow distance – three to four seconds – when behind a motorcycle. This gives them more time to maneuver or stop in an emergency.

• Never drive distracted or impaired.

 

Motorcyclists can increase their safety by following these steps:

  Wear a DOT-compliant helmet and other protective gear.

  Obey all traffic laws and be properly licensed.

   Use hand and turn signals at every lane change or turn.

  Wear brightly colored clothes and reflective tape to increase visibility.

  Ride in the middle of the lane where you will be more visible to drivers.

  Never ride distracted or impaired.


Trunk Entrapment

Children are naturally curious and love to explore their surroundings. So, if you leave your kids unattended, in or near a vehicle, it won't be long before they are playing in it. Hide and seek can turn deadly if they get trapped in the trunk, where temperatures can rise very quickly - resulting in heatstroke or asphyxiation.

Prevention Tips

•Teach children that vehicle trunks are for cargo, not for playing.

•Always supervise your children carefully when in and around vehicles.

•Check the trunk right away if your child is missing.

•Lock your car doors and trunk and be sure keys and remote entry devices are out of sight and reach of your kids.

•Keep the rear fold-down seats closed/locked to keep your children from climbing into the trunk from inside your car.

Retrofit Your Car

As of September 1, 2001, auto manufacturers were required to equip all new vehicle trunks with a 'glow in the dark' trunk release inside the trunk compartment. Show your kids how to use the release in case of an emergency. If your car is older and does not have the 'glow in the dark' trunk release, ask your automobile dealership about getting your vehicle retrofitted with a trunk release mechanism.

What You Need To Know, Now.

•Younger children are more sensitive to heat than older children and adults, and are at greater risk for heatstroke.

•High temperature, humidity and poor ventilation create an extremely dangerous environment in a vehicle trunk.

•Check the trunk right away if your child is missing.

•Even in cooler temperatures, your vehicle can heat up to dangerous temperatures very quickly. An outside temperature in the mid 60s can cause a vehicle’s inside temperature to rise above 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The inside temperature of your car can rise almost 20 degrees Fahrenheit within the first 10 minutes.

Information from the Safercar.gov


 

Operation Lifesaver, Norfolk Southern

Look..... Listen.....Live

 

Matt Arnold Operation Lifesaver

Bryan Ohio PD Operation Lifesaver

  • Never drive around lowered gates - it's illegal and deadly.
  • Never race a train to the crossing - even if you tie, you lose.
  • Do not get trapped on the tracks. Only proceed through a highway-rail grade crossing if you are sure you can completely clear the crossing without stopping. Remember, the train is three feet wider than the tracks on both sides.
  • If your vehicle ever stalls on a track while a train is coming, get out immediately and move quickly away from the tracks in the direction from which the train is coming.
  • At a multiple track crossing waiting for a train to pass, watch out for a second train on the other tracks, approaching in either direction.
  • Always expect a train! Freight trains do not follow set schedules.
  • Be aware that trains cannot stop quickly. A freight train moving 55 miles per hour can take a mile or more to stop. That's 18 football fields!
  • Do not be fooled - the train you see is closer and faster moving than you think.
  • When you need to cross train tracks, go to a designated crossing, look both ways, and cross the tracks quickly, without stopping.
  • Cross tracks only at designated pedestrian or roadway crossings.
  • Never walk down a train track; it's illegal and it's dangerous.
  • Remember: Rails and recreation do not mix!

 


Would-Be Robber Pepper Sprayed Himself

West Virginia man is in jail after authorities say he foiled his own robbery by accidentally pepper-spraying himself.

The Register-Herald  reports 43-year-old Michael Kevin Meadows of Shady Spring was arrested Wednesday for attempted robbery.

Authorities say a man went into a pharmacy in Beaver on Tuesday wearing full camouflage and a paintball mask.

The would-be robber started spraying pepper spray in an effort to take down employees, then walked into the cloud of pepper spray in front of him. Police say security footage showed he was affected by his own pepper spray.

He staggered out of the business and got into a vehicle. Police investigating the incident discovered the name of the man who was driving the vehicle. The driver identified Meadows as the attempted robbery suspect.


Homeland Security Live Alert


 

2014 Traffic crashes for the City of Bryan

 

January

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May

June July August September October November December
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25 60 88 116 146 170 196 219 253 283 305 333

 

2015 Traffic crashes for the City Of Bryan 
Updated 5/11/2015

 

January

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May

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