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Drug Dropbox Available
Help keep your family and community safe by disposing of old or unwanted medications in the Worthington Police Drug Drop Box. Remember, only pills and patches are accepted. All pills must be contained in a zip bag, bottle or sealed box. We cannot accept liquids, syringes, inhalers or loose pills. The drop box is open for safe drug disposal at the Worthington Division of Police lobby, 6555 Worthington Galena Road during open lobby hours. See current hours here:
- Monday – 7am – 11pm
- Tuesday – 7am – 11pm
- Wednesday – 7am – 7pm
- Thursday – 7am – 7pm
- Friday – 7am – 3pm
- Saturday & Sunday - Closed
Worthington Police Implement Body-Worn Cameras
The Worthington Division of Police has implemented a body-worn camera program to increase accountability, strengthen trust and relationships with members of the community and provide accurate information about police interactions. Learn more here.
Suspicious Activity: People aren't suspicious... Behavior is
The way a person looks, or if they are unfamiliar to you, does not make them suspicious. Behavior or activity can be suspicious, but people are not. This awareness can reduce bias and assist dispatchers in evaluating the appropriate response. Knowing what to look for before calling police helps call-takers assess the situation and respond appropriately.
Learn more about what to know before you call the police.
Worthington United in Dialogue
The City of Worthington is committed to participating in a thoughtful dialogue with the community as we all work to address and eradicate racism and inequality. The City is receiving a number of questions about our policies and initiatives and we have created this online space to be transparent and make information widely available. Learn more here
Police Data & Statistics
In order to be transparent about Worthington Division of Police records, citation and arrest data, and other statistics, we are posting additional information here to make it widely available to the public. See available data and statistics here
How do I...
- File a report - Reports must be filed directly with a police officer. To have an officer come to your location please call 614-885-4463. Reports can also be filed in person at the Worthington Division of Police, 6555 Worthington-Galena Rd.
- Request Record
- Request a House Watch
- Sign up for Emergency Alerts
- Submit Emergency Contact Information for my business
- Release my car from impound