Eastlake Police Station

35150 Lakeshore Boulevard
Eastlake, Ohio 44095

Emergency: Dial 9-1-1

Phone: 440-951-1400
Fax: 440-951-7781

Tips? Email us!

Chief: Larry Reik contact ext. #1120
E-mail: lreik@eastlakeohio.com

Office Hours
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Services & Programs

  • Accident Investigation Unit
  • Bicycle Patrol Unit
  • Bomb Squad
  • Cadet Program
  • Civilian Rider Program
  • Community Alliance Law Enforcement & Mental Health System (C.A.L.M.H.S.)
  • D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness and Resistance Education)
  • Dive Team Unit
  • Eastlake Police Athletic League
  • G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training)
  • Intern Program
  • Juvenile Diversion Program
  • K-9 Unit
  • Motorcycle Patrol
  • Narcotics Unit
  • School Guards
  • School Resource Officer
  • Scientific Investigation Unit
  • Speed Watch Trailer
  • SPL Police Unit
  • SWAT/Hostage Negotiations
  • Victim Advocacy Program

Information on all programs is available by calling the Eastlake Police Department’s regular business line, 440-951-1400.

Our Goals

  • Prevent criminal activities in the City of Eastlake and Lakeline Village.
  • Apprehend and arrest criminals and recover stolen property.
  • Enforce traffic laws fairly and reasonably, directed toward a reduction in property damage, personal injury, and fatal accidents within our jurisdiction.
  • Respond promptly to calls for service by the public.
  • Treat all persons who come into contact with the Eastlake Police Department courteously and professionally.
  • Aid the victims of crime by treating them with dignity and compassion.
  • Utilize and conserve present resources to their maximum and reduce costs wherever possible, without reducing services to the public.
  • Maintain a physically fit and well-trained force that can respond to any situation.
  • Provide quality service to the community by promoting interaction between the police and the community.
  • Educate the public about the problems of crime in the community and involve the community in its prevention.

Victim Assistance Program

The Eastlake Police Victims Assistance Program, started in 1989, was the first police-based victim assistance program in Ohio. The program has a full-time program director and full-time victim advocate, both certified through the Ohio Advocate network and/or the National Advocate Credentialing Program. Advocates strive to:

  • Provide immediate crisis intervention to victims at the police station, hospital or at the scene
  • Offer court accompaniment and assistance in obtaining protection orders
  • Notify victims of their rights and options
  • Assist victims with crime compensation forms, victim impact statements and the automated victim notification system application
  • Offer guidance, information and referral
  • Facilitate the Parent Project (a group for parents of strong-willed or out-of-control teens)
  • Conduct a Monday night support group for women who are in or have been in an unhealthy or abusive relationship

An advocate may be reached at 440-951-1400 (station) or 440-975-4252 (office), or by email.

Monday Night Support Group for Women (pdf flyer)

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