The latest roll call information from the Bryan Police Department
Members of the Bryan Police Department held a luncheon on Friday September 12 to honor Chief Jeff Arnold on his last day of work.
Jeff started with the police department on September 1, 1980. He started as a patrolman and was then assign...ed to the drug unit. After the drug unit he was assigned to detectives office and was promoted to the sergeant of the detective division prior to becoming Chief Of Police on April 5 2005.
We would like to thank Jeff for his service and wish him the best in retirement
On Friday October 10, 2014
you’re invited to attend Operation Street Smart at the New Era Auditorium, 520
West Mulberry Street Bryan, Ohio.
This program is designed to
educate parents, teachers, social workers, community partners, and anyone with a
nexus to children about current drug trends, terminology, and paraphernalia.
Two programs will be
conducted. The times are 9:30 a.m. till 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. till 2:30 p.m.
If you have any questions
please contact Kylee Uran at 419-636-4795 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
School Bus Safety
The Bryan Police Department
is reminding drivers to be alert for stopped school buses that will be back on
the road on Wednesday August 20.
Extra patience and attention
will help make a safer school year for children.
Drivers should stop at least
10 feet back when approaching a school bus from either side, while it displays
flashing lights and an extended arm.
They also ask drivers not to
resume driving until the bus begins moving.
Drivers are urged to exercise patience and never pass a stopped school bus.
AAA offers six ways to keep kids safe this school year:Slow down. Speed limits in school zones are reduced for a reason. A pedestrian struck by a vehicle traveling at 25 mph is nearly two-thirds less likely to be killed compared to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle traveling just 10 mph faster.
Eliminate distractions. Children often cross the road unexpectedly and may emerge suddenly between two parked cars. Research shows that taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds doubles your chances of crashing.
Reverse responsibly. Every vehicle has blind spots. Check for children on the sidewalk, driveway and around your vehicle before slowly backing up. Teach your children to never play in, under or around vehicles—even those that are parked.
Talk to your teen. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States, and more than one in four fatal crashes involving teen drivers occur during the after-school hours of 3 to 7 p.m. Get evidence-based guidance and tips at TeenDriving.AAA.com.
Come to a complete stop. Research shows that more than one third of drivers roll through stop signs in school zones or neighborhoods. Always come to a complete stop, checking carefully for children on sidewalks and in crosswalks before proceeding.
Watch for bicycles. Children on bikes are often inexperienced, unsteady and unpredictable. Slow down and allow at least three feet of passing distance between your vehicle and the bicycle. If your child rides a bicycle to school, require that they wear a properly-fitted bicycle helmet on every ride. Find videos, expert advice and safety tips at ShareTheRoad.AAA.com.
Pictures from the past.
Operation Lifesaver's Top Five Safety Tips for Pedestrians
Police: Man drags stolen
safe behind car, arrested after passing officer
An Onslow County man is
accused of breaking into a pharmacy, stealing a safe, and dragging it behind his
He was arrested after passing
a police officer.
2013 Traffic Crashes for the
City Of Bryan
2014 Traffic Crashes for the City of Bryan