There was good news from the Berea Police Department, which recently released reports for the month of May 2019. Overall, the department responded to 1,236 calls for service. BPD was also active in Click or Ticket Federal Overtime program to encourage drivers to wear seat belts, and participated in several community events, including welcoming the Japanese delegation from Hokuto City, as well as school programs. Additionally, one officer attended annual firearms qualifications.
The Berea Police Department’s service calls for May included:
Total crimes: 34
Total vehicle collision responses : 54
Total citations: 230
Total courtesy calls: 18
Total call response 48
Total JC3 (domestic incident/abuse): 6
Total crisis (mental health emergency): 1
Takeaways: Total number of crimes were down from April. The number of vehicle collisions was up from the previous month, while incidents of domestic abuse were down. The number of citations issued in May ticked up from the previous month, while crisis calls remained the same as last month with just one call.
See the rest of the month’s statistics at: BPD May 2019 Activity