New Albany is consistently one of Ohio’s safest communities. A reason for this low crime rate is the strong interaction between our officers, residents and businesses. Whether performing vacation house checks, patrolling neighborhoods or conducting bicycle safety programs for children, our officers understand that strong relationships set the foundation for a safer community. New Albany officers are also deeply committed to upholding the values of professionalism, integrity, respect and compassion to those they serve and protect.
New Albany police utilize multiple communications channels to stay in touch, including social media; the CONNECTS city e-newsletter; and, when time is of the essence, the CODE RED call-out network. CODE RED sends information to phone numbers and email addresses for those who have registered for the free updates. Police monthly reports are also available here.
Our school district partners promote the idea that if you see something, say something and report it. We couldn’t agree more. Even though New Albany’s crime levels are low, please report suspicious activity to the police at 614-855-1234. Those who believe an activity could be a life threatening emergency should call 9-1-1 immediately.