News Flash

News Flash

Posted on: March 25, 2020

Chief Petrozzi Offers House Checks for People Needing Assistance

Due to the Stay At Home Order of Governor DeWine, Chief Petrozzi wants the Police department to be available to help out our residents who need assistance during this time. 

If you are a resident of Perry Township and a senior citizen, live alone, or have a medical condition which prevents you from leaving your home, call our Police House Watch number (614) 339-0240 for assistance.

Click here to read the article in the Columbus Dispatch... 

A Perry Township Police Officer will come to your house once a day to check on you and find out if there are any services you are in need of. Residents who are in need will be contacted by one of the members of our Chaplain Corp, who will connect you with someone who can help meet your needs.

If you register for this service, an Officer will come to your house between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The Officer will knock on your door and talk with you from your porch while maintaining the CDC’s recommended social distance of 6 feet or more. Please do not be offended if the Officer does not come into your home as we do not want to potentially expose any of our residents or create a potential for cross exposure when an Officer goes from one location to the next.

This option will be made available through out the COVID-19 situation.
Please share this information with neighbors who may not have access to a computer.

Thank you.
Chief of Police, John Petrozzi

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in News Flash

AMENDED Stay at Home Order

Posted on: March 22, 2020

COVID-19 Community Update & Resource

Posted on: March 14, 2020

Food Truck Protocols

Posted on: March 27, 2020