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TIMBERLAKE SAFETY
Timberlake strives to maintain a positive image in the community by making every effort to be fair in our application of the law to keep residents safe.
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Councilman Vince Cronin is the Official responsible for legislation regarding the Safety Forces serving the Village and works with the Mayor regarding the Safety of the village. Vince working with the Mayor advises and acts as liaison regarding Timberlake Police Department and Eastlake Fire and Rescue Department services.

Vince can be contacted at  440-497-0199 or vcronin@villageoftimberlake.com

EMERGENCY 911

Central Dispatch: 440-354-3434

Timberlake Police Chief Tryon 440-497-0772
Non-Emergency Lake County Dispatch Line: 440-951-2287
Call Dispatch for the Timberlake Police Department.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office (Visit website)

If you are witnessing a crime in progress, call 9-1-1. But, if you have witnessed a crime or some suspicious activity, you can Report a Crime by clicking sheriffwebmaster@lakecountyohio.org and send an email to the Sheriff. You can also use this email address to send anyone at the Sheriff’s Office an email, and it will be forwarded to them.

Help Put A Stop To Crime and Be 100% ANONYMOUS When Reporting Any Crime.

Call 1-800-782-7463 Now!

REPORT CRIME HERE

WeTip has live bilingual operators 24/7 No Machines, No Taping, No Tracing NO ONE KNOWS WHO CALLED.

KNOW THE SIGNS. SAVE LIVES.

Teaching youth and adults how to identify, intervene and get help for individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.

People who are at risk of hurting themselves or others often show signs and signals before an act of violence takes place. When you don’t know what to look for, it can be easy to miss signs, or dismiss them as unimportant, sometimes with tragic consequences.

Sandy Hook Promise’s evidence based Know the Signs programs teach youth and adults how to prevent school violence, shootings, and other harmful acts.

Students and educators learn how to help identify at-risk behaviors and intervene to get them the help they need. These early-prevention measures empower them to keep their schools and communities safe.

Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
www.sandyhookpromise.org
PO Box 3489, Newtown, CT 06470, United States

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