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Message from the Chief
Chief of Police
The McDonald Police Department provides service 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Our department is comprised of 6 full-time, a K-9 and 7 part-time dedicated officers. We are currently dispatched by the Trumbull County 9-1-1 Center located in Howland Township. Our department is aggressively seeking Federal, State, and private grant monies for new programs and services that will be of benefit to our community. Grant money assists the department in implementing these programs without the expense of local tax dollars, while returning Federal and State tax money back into our community. Since 2002, our department has received nearly a quarter of a million dollars in grant money. I remain dedicated to the residents of McDonald by providing quality service protection now, as well as in the future.
Lou M. Ronghi
As members of the McDonald Police Department our mission is to provide a professional community/oriented police service. We will strive to provide the highest level of safety and protection to the public and their property.
We the members of the McDonald Police Department, are proud of our Department, our community, and ourselves. Together we vow to do our best to keep our Values at the forefront of every contact with the public and with one another.
The police department has a detective division and drug division, these divisions are lead by Lieutenant Bill Woodlley. The Detective Bureau assists the Patrol Officers with follow-up investigations and handle major offenses that include suspicious deaths, sexual assaults, robberies, burglaries, arson,Computer Crimes, organized crime activities, kidnappings,feloniousassaults and any additional incidents serious in nature.
More About the Department & Resources
Lieutenant,Bill Woodley is a certified firearms Instructor with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission and The Office of the Ohio Attorney General. Chief Ronghi and Lieutenant Woodley are commissioned with the United States Marshal's Office as part of a Federal Violent Crimes Fugitive Task Force for the Trumbull & Mahoning County area. The Department also is a participant with a state funded Task Force targeting Impaired Drivers in Trumbull County.
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