Want to keep updated with the Sunbury Police Department. Check out the 2015 Annual Report to see what happened with the Department and the Community!
Delaware County 9-1-1has an emergency notification system that will alert you for weather related issues on residential landlines, business lines, voice pagers, VoIP or digital "cable" phones, and cell phones. For additional information on the CodeRED system please visit http://www.ecnetwork.com/codered/. To sign up and receive emergency notifications from Delaware County 9-1-1 visit http://www.co.delaware.oh.us/codered/.
The intersection of Sunbury Meadows Drive and MIll Run Drive has been changed to a 3-way stop intersection. This change is effective as of today 2-2-2013.
Our employment application is now available online. This document is in .pdf format and will require Adobe Acrobat to open. The application can be printed off and filled out by hand or can be filled out online. Please return completed applications along with all other required documents to the police department during business hours. The application can be found here!
You can now make payments online!
The Village of Sunbury is making it easier to pay for things via online payments. Visit www.officialpayments.com to pay for traffic tickets, court costs, utility payments and zoning payments! You can also make payments to many other Government entities including local schools, State and Federal Taxes. Many college and universities also accept payments for tuition and loan payments.
Trick or treat will be on October 31st, 2012 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm! Extra officers will be out in the area neighborhoods and sub-divisions.
On October 10th, 2012 the Sunbury Police Department arrested a 24 year old male and charged him with Public Indecency after receiving calls of a male sitting in his truck in the parking lot of McDonald’s with his pants down and masturbating.
Now you can send a short text message to the Sunbury Police Department. If you have a smart enabled mobile phone you can send a text message to the police department. Just visit phone.sunburypolice.com and send your short 120 character message.
Each year nearly 11,000 people die on the road due to drunk driving. In order to stop this deadly epidemic, law enforcement in every State and most U.S. towns and cities will be cracking down on drunk driving from now through Labor Day. And they'll see you before you see them.
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