In order for the Avon Police Department to complete civilian fingerprints, two criteria must be met:
1) The person to be fingerprinted MUST LIVE OR WORK IN AVON.
2) The person to be fingerprinted must meet one of the following:
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Call 440-934-1234 to report any suspicious activity, incidents of crimes or non-emergency accidents. Call 911 for Emergencies Only.
Contact the Records Department at 440-934-7860 on Monday -Friday from 7:00AM- 3:00PM.
Visit: Ohio Department of Public Safety
You will need to fill in the following fields:
County (47 Lorain), Crash Date with the year the crash occurred (format 01/01/2017), Jurisdiction (Avon 3352), Law Enforcement (Avon Police Department 04702) and the last name from the report.
To get results click "Get Report Data" and then "Select Report".
Please keep in mind reports may not be immediately available, if after five (5) days they are still not online, contact the Avon Records Department. Private property crashes (parking lots) will not appear on this site. These reports will need to be obtained from the Records Department at 440-934-7860, Monday- Friday from 7:00AM- 3:00PM.
There's no charge, but donations are always welcome to offset the cost of supplies. Keep checking our Kid Print site for updated information and dates.
If you are able to safely view an informational tag, you may call the animal's owner. If you cannot view the tag or if you are not comfortable doing so, call the Avon Police non-emergency phone number at 440-934-1234. Give your location and a description of the animal to the dispatcher. An officer will respond as soon as possible.
View the Mayor's Court website for detailed information. Contact the clerk at 440-937-7802.
View the Avon Lake Municipal Court website for detailed information.
Tuesday & ThursdayTraffic & Criminal Cases (Avon & Avon Lake)8:00 am - 11:30 am
Phone: (440) 930-4103Fax: (440) 930-4128
Please don't call before 1:00 PM on court days
In partnership with University Hospitals, CVS and the Lorain County Drug Task Force, the Avon Police Department has installed a drop-box for both prescription medication and hypodermic needles in the lobby of the Avon Police Department.
Annually, the Avon Police Department partners with the Lorain County Sheriff Drug Task Force to facilitate a day to turn in outdated or no longer needed medications. Please check our website for updates.
In order to solicit within the city of Avon, Ohio solicitors are required to have a valid solicitation permit issued by the City of Avon, Ohio. In order to obtain a permit to solicit within the city solicitors are required to fill out and submit the Solicitation Permit Application found on the city's website.
The City of Avon has available to all residents a sticker that can be placed at your home's entrance, informing peddlers, solicitors and canvassers to not knock on your door. Residents can obtain this sticker by stopping by Avon City Hall or the Avon Police Department.