Governor DeWine's STAY AT HOME ORDER continues through May 1
Grocery Stores, Drug Stores, Gas Stations and other essential services remain open, please read the Order under Community News on this site
City Services Continue as Usual No Changes to Garbage and Recycling Pick up. (No Saturday Recycling)
Kid's Quarters at the Community Center is Closed!
Tennis Courts are closed behind City Hall for further notice.
Support Our Local Businesses who remain open! See List on COVID-19 page of this site!

 

Brecksville Police Department - Administration

Administration

The Brecksville Police Department Administrative Division is responsible for the leadership and management of all aspects, functions and operations of the Brecksville Police Department. The Administrative Division consists of the Safety Director, Chief of Police, two Lieutenants and clerical personnel who perform a supporting role within the division.

Jerry N. Hruby
Safety Director
mayorhruby@brecksville.oh.us

William P. Goodrich
Chief of Police
wgoodrich@brecksville.oh.us

Robert L. Johnson
Lieutenant
rjohnson@brecksville.oh.us

Stanton A. Korinek
Lieutenant
skorinek@brecksville.oh.us

Betsy L. Kulp
Administrative Support
bkulp@brecksville.oh.us

Jackie van Delft
Administrative Support
jvandelft@breckville.oh.us

 

 

 

Police FAQ's

When is curfew for my child?
Children 12 and Under: Darkness to 6:00 am

Children 13 through 15: 10:00 pm to 6:00 am

Children 16 and 17: 11:00 pm to 6:00 am

Fri and Sat: Midnight to 6:00 am

 

Can I get an extension for paying my traffic ticket?
Once the citation is issued, the case is handled by our Clerk of Courts. They can be reached by phone weekdays, 9 am to 4 pm at (440) 526-2620.

 

Is my muffler legal? / Is my window tint legal?
City Ordinance § 337.20 regulates muffler noise: “No person shall own, [or] operate any motor vehicle equipped with a muffler...which is defective...or which has been modified in a manner which will amplify or increase the noise emitted...above that emitted by the muffler originally installed on the vehicle.”

City Ordinance § 337.28 regulates window tint and states that the windows must allow at least 50% (+/- 3%) light passage through the window. The police department has devices to measure the level of window tint