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Police Department Frequently Asked Questions
What are the curfew hours for children in Seven Hills?
How does a business provide emergency contact information to the Police Department?
|Children under the age 12
||dusk to dawn
|12 to 16 years old
||10PM - 6AM
|17 years old
||12PM - 6AM
All businesses in Seven Hills are encouraged to complete a business information sheet with their emergency contact information and submit it to the Police Department. Download the form here
How do I get my fingerprints taken?
The Seven Hills Police Department fingerprints residents by appointment only. To schedule an appointment contact the Police Secretary at 216-524-4423.
What do I need to bring with me when I get my fingerprints taken?
You must bring a driver's license or other official photo I.D. and proof of residence.
Where do I go for a copy of a police report?
Police reports are available Monday through Friday from 8AM - 4PM in the main lobby of the Seven Hills Police Department or you may request in writing to have the report sent to you by U.S. mail. This request must be accompanied by a self-address stamped envelope and payment. You will need to call 216-524-4423 to determine the cost of the copy of the report. Download a Request Form Here
How do I complain about a ticket I received from a police officer?
You must go to court and speak to a judge or magistrate. You may plead no contest, explain the situation to the judge or magistrate, and comply with the finding or you may plead not guilty and have a trial.
How do I pay for a ticket?
You can pay a ticket Monday through Friday from 9AM - 4PM by responding to the Clerk of Court's Office, which is located at Seven Hills City Hall. If you have any questions about the cost of the ticket or court dates, you may call 216-524-4421 and speak with the Clerk.
Tickets can also be paid after hours at the Seven Hills Police Department by check or cash, but the exact dollar amount is required to process the payment.
How do I get my vehicle that has been impounded by the Seven Hills Department?
The owner of the vehicle must respond to the Police Department with proof of ownership of the vehicle, either the title or registration, and identification. Paperwork will then be completed and you will receive a tow release. The tow release must be taken to the towing company and all fees will be paid to them.
Can I park my vehicle on the street overnight?
The City of Seven Hills has a year round parking ban in place from 3AM - 6AM. Overnight parking permission may be granted under certain circumstances by contacting the Police Department at 216-524- 4423 or the Seven Hills Police Dispatch Center at 216-524-3911.
I just received a letter in the mail or a phone call stating that I just won the lottery and they want me to send money before i can claim my prize. what should I do?
Do not send any money. This is a scam!! Ignore any phone calls you receive and throw away the letter or any check they send you. You can contact the police department with any questions.
The Seven Hills Police Department has a few suggestions that you may find helpful. Download the Residential Security pamphlet here
ID Our Kids
When a child is missing or abducted, getting that child's photo and information on a potential abductor out to police, the public, and the media is essential. One way to expedite this process is to obtain a state ID for your child. This not only provides a photo, but next of kin information accessible to police if needed. An ID can be obtained by bringing the child, their birth certificate and social security card to any Deputy Registrar License agency. The cost of the ID is $8.50.
Next of Kin (NOK) Registration
During emergency circumstances, being able to make notification to an individual's next of kin could save a life or potentially allow some precious time with a loved one before they expire. The Ohio Department of Public Safety has now made this possible. Persons with an Ohio driver license or state ID can now register up to two trusted persons to be identified in the BMV database as Next of Kin. ONLY police can access the NOK information, it cost nothing to register, and is not subject to public records request. The NOK registration results in reducing time in locating next of kin and making prompt notification. Additional information and registration instructions can be obtained at: www.ohiobmv.com
Gun locks available to Seven Hills residents.
The Seven Hills Police Department has partnered with Project Child Safe to provide FREE gun locks to residents of the city. These locks are available on a first come, first serve basis at the Police Department with proof of residency.
REGISTER YOUR CAMERA
The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office’s Crime Strategies Unit is creating an inventory of surveillance cameras of homes and businesses throughout Cuyahoga County. The purpose is to create a comprehensive database that law enforcement can easily reference to find out where surveillance cameras are located in the event a crime was committed in the vicinity. Your camera location and contact information will only be shared with law enforcement to view footage and request a copy if it will be helpful to their investigation. Register your camera and help solve crime by filling out this form. Click Here for Video Surveillance Form