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University of Toledo Police Department
Rodney J. Theis
Deputy Chief of Police
2801 W. Bancroft Street / Mail Stop 207
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390
Administration: 419-530-2222
Police Dispatch: 419-530-2601
Facsimile: 419-530-4505
http://police.utoledo.edu
[email protected]
The University of Toledo Police Department (UTPD) had an exciting year in 2014 as we experienced many
changes in both personnel and operations. We had several retirements, hired new officers, promoted both a
Sergeant and Lieutenant, and even welcomed a new canine to our UTPD team.
In 2014, UTPD placed a strong emphasis on proactive strategies in an effort to help us move from reactionary
policing to proactive policing. One of our key strategies was to enhance our engagement with the campus
community through our Community Oriented Policing (COP) efforts. UTPD offered more education and
outreach opportunities in residence halls and worked with many student organizations to increase safety
awareness and education. We also worked closely with many academic units and clinical areas to discuss
safety initiatives in those respective areas. Another key strategy was our partnership with the Ohio
Department of Public Safety and Ohio Homeland Security to obtain an explosives detection canine. The
canine – named ‘Quinty’ – joined the UTPD team in October and underwent training with his handler,
Officer Kevin Zimmerman. Since joining our team, ‘Quinty’ has been utilized to provide pre-event explosives
sweeps prior to many athletic events; VIP visits; in addition to other key events on campus in our efforts to
improve our proactive measures in keeping the campus community safe.
Imperative to our police operations, a consistent focus is continually placed in our departmental culture as it
relates to providing training, education, and deploying resources as necessary in our efforts to perform as a
highly professional police organization. Officer safety remains paramount in any police organization and
recognizing as such, it is most important that our officers are adequately equipped so as to carry out their jobs
in a safe and effective manner. Our supervisors at each level of the organization have made it a priority to
provide leadership though service and mentoring. This has been carried out by means of supervisors working
one on one with each officer to set goals; discuss roadblocks that inhibit performance; and provide for a
supportive environment that allows for increased job performance, resulting in increased job
satisfaction. Increasing performance and satisfaction provides for an environment in which we may focus our
attention on building positive relationships with those that are a part of our campus community family.
Within police operations we are constantly striving to build a progressive law enforcement agency while
placing an emphasis on current trends and best practices in the higher education environment. UTPD is
committed to a police force that embraces service over self and through partnerships with our campus
community, may result in a safe environment to live, study, work, visit patients, and enjoy special
events. UTPD’s officers are some of the best equipped and trained officers in the area; however, challenges
and barriers do arise at times. Although challenges and barriers may arise, I am optimistic that through
positive partnerships with the community a reduction in crime will continue to result. Thank you for allowing
us the opportunity to serve you and best wishes for a safe year in 2015!
Rodney J. Theis
Deputy Chief of Police
Interim Senior Vice President for Administration
Thomas Biggs
Director of Public Safety / Chief of Police
Jeffrey C. Newton
Manager
Public Safety
Support Services Office
Sherri L. Kaspar
Director
Environmental Health &
Radiation Safety
Heather Lorenz
Deputy Chief of Police
UTPD
Rodney J. Theis
Lieutenant
Community Affairs |
UTPD
Tressa S. Johnson
Lieutenant
Administration | UTPD
Brett A. Weaver
Criminal Investigations
Detective
D. Hoffman
Detective
R. Lause
Dispatch Communications
Dispatch Coordinator
J. Riley
Dispatcher
G. Pirolli
Dispatcher
T. Jordan
Dispatcher
K. Hiller
Dispatcher
K. Ries
Dispatcher
J. Hupp
Dispatcher
J. Sayre
Dispatcher
N. Thetford
Dispatcher
K. Shuster
Dispatcher
N. Easter
Interim Security Manager
HSC Hospital Security
Tressa S. Johnson
Lieutenant
1st Shift| UTPD
Julie A. Lavey
Sergeant
J. Gasiorowski
Sergeant
G. Burch
Police Officer
M. Mattimoe
Police Officer
D. O’Neil
Police Officer
M. Bagrowski
Police Officer / K-9 Unit
K. Zimmerman
Police Officer
J. Gerber
Police Officer
J. Grothaus
Police Officer
J. Vaughn Jr.
Lieutenant
2nd Shift| UTPD
Charles D. Williams
Sergeant
N. Pool
Sergeant
B. Boerst
Police Officer
J. Williamson
Police Officer
S. Wilson
Police Officer
A. Thornton
Police Officer
J. Marsh
Police Officer
K. Andrews
Police Officer
P. Greene
NIGHT WATCH
20 STUDENTS
Lieutenant
3rd Shift| UTPD
John D. Lautzenheiser
Sergeant
D. Perry
Sergeant
D. Protsman
Police Officer
D. Johnson
Police Officer
H. Chapa Jr.
Police Officer
B. Hansel
Police Officer
P. Ezakovich
Police Officer
D. Beatty
Police Officer
M. Zakrzewski
Police Officer
VACANT
Police Officer / 618 Unit
A. Shuster
22000
21000
20000
19000
18000
17000
16000
2012
2013
2014
7AM - 11AM
11AM - 3PM
3PM - 7PM
7PM - 11PM
11PM - 3AM
3AM - 7AM
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
Murder
Forcible
Sex Offense
Robbery
Aggravated
Assault
Total
Violent
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
-
-
5
0
2
3
3
0
10
3
Burglary
Larceny /
Theft
Vehicle
Theft
Total
Property
Arson
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
NA
UT
31
10
265
143
6
2
1
0
303
155
Vehicle
09
10
11
12
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
Miles
41,735
3,561
72,566
17,100
74,631
53,303
24,711
30,132
2,170
81,290
28,971
60,631
Vehicle Miles
09 45,715
10 18,087
11
Retired
12 28,060
14
3,488
(New)
16 55,624
17 37,420
18 43,088
19 17,071
20
5,470
(New)
21 37,595
23
74,240
25 (New) 0,500
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
Calls for Service
Persons
Escorted
2014

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