Andover Police Department
134 Maple Ave, Andover Ohio 44003
Andover's exceptional quality of life is based on a simple foundation: When people work together, great things can be accomplished.
The formula extends to public safety. Crime prevention and enforcement require more than a great police force. It also takes a strong partnership with citizens and a community that cares.
As police chief, I’m honored to work with a department of highly trained and dedicated officers and inspired by our supportive, engaged residents. That partnership makes Andover a great, safe place to live.
Chief Christopher Baker
Report Village Properties to the Zoning Department, download and fill out the Property Complaint Form, drop it off during business hours at the Village Hall, the Zoning Inspector will investigate.
Request Records by downloading this form and submitting it by mail or in person at the front desk
Complaints against Officers, download the Officer Complaint Form, fill it out entirely and drop it off to the Village Hall during business hours
ANDOVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
RACIAL or BIASED PROFILING PROHIBITED
STATEMENT OF POLICY:
It is the goal of the Andover Police Department to be committed to the community by providing services with due regard for the culture, racial or other differences that make up the community. It is the policy of this agency to provide services and enforcement fairly and without discrimination toward any individual or group of people. Race, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, ethnicity, cultural affiliation, age, disability, economic status, or affiliation with any other similar identifiable group shall not be used as the basis for providing law enforcement services or the enforcement of laws.
The link provided will detail the 2018 and 2019 Citation data by race and gender, recent upgrades in Records Management Software will enable data including Traffic Stops with verbal warnings by race and gender in 2020 and 2021.