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Now that winter has arrived, the likelihood of a Winter Weather Event increases. We wanted to offer a reminder how you can receive notifications of issued alerts in a timely manner. In the event the Sheriff issues a Snow Level,

20201201: Updated PoliceToCitizen Portal

The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is thrilled to push out our newest release of our information sharing resource for the public, called PoliceToCitizen or “P2C”.  This web-based portal will provide you access and some searching capabilities for Sheriff’s Office activities. 

TEXT-to-911 now available in Wood County

October 21, 2020 Press Release:  TEXT-to-911 now available in Wood County The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is now offering TEXT-to-911 to report emergencies for those who cannot safely call 9-1-1 in a dangerous situation, for those who are deaf, hard


Fog can be one of the most dangerous weather conditions for both new and experienced drivers. Fog has the potential to reduce visibility significantly, so it is critical that drivers stay focused on the road in order to stay safe.


September 29, 2020  The Wood County Jail is able to provide inmate video visitation for individuals who are currently incarcerated. The Wood County Jail recognizes the significance of visitation and the opportunity to maintain contact with family and friends, all

20200528 Be On The Lookout

The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a theft of a trailer from Eastwood Schools in Pemberville, Wood County, Ohio. The incident happened on 5-21-20 at 3:15 am. A male subject driving this pick-up truck pulled into the Eastwood parking

DEA launches Secure Your Meds campaign

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: DEA Public Affairs(202) 307-7977 Press Release DEA launches Secure Your Meds campaign, calls on Americans to keep medications safe WASHINGTON – With families encouraged to stay at home due to the nationwide health crisis, the Drug Enforcement

20200324 Public Notice

March 24, 2020:  In order to provide our community with a high level of service while protecting the safety of our deputies and members of the public we must change and adapt to meet these challenges.  Therefore, effective at 6:00

20200323: Ohio counting on citizens to stay home, businesses to close

From BG Independant News: POSTED BY: JAN LARSON MCLAUGHLIN MARCH 23, 2020 By JAN LARSON McLAUGHLIN BG Independent News As of midnight, Ohioans are being ordered to stay home unless it is essential for them to venture out. That raises many questions

Assist 911 Telecommunicators

If you plan to use your local EMS for treatment and transport of patients who are exhibiting and flu like symptoms, please give the 911 operator detailed information about the symptoms the patient is exhibiting. Also, if the patient has