The Tiffin Police Department’s current K-9 is a Belgian Malinois named Andy, born March 2011. K-9 Andy is named after two fallen Ohio Officers: State Trooper Andy Baldridge and Sandusky PD Officer Andy Dunn. K-9 Andy was purchased from Mohawks Malinois in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
K-9 Andy was partnered with Sergeant Jake DeMonte in March 2012. They trained for 6 weeks at Lynnwoods Kennels in Fremont, Ohio. They are certified through the State of Ohio (OPOTA), and North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) in both patrol work and detection work.
K-9 Andy and Sgt. DeMonte undergo regular training to maintain proficiency in both patrol and detection work.
K-9 Andy lives with Sgt. DeMonte and his family.
- Only 8 Months of Service due to vehicle being down in 2016
- 71 Times K9 was utilized in 2016 (Vehicle Sniffs, Search Warrant Sniffs, School Sniffs, Article Searches, Demos, Tracking, Building Searches, Officer Safety)
- 878.88 uses per month
- 4 Area School sniffs
- 5 Demonstrations
- 429 Calls for Service since Andy was Sworn in on October 2012
- 107 Calls for Service on Average a year since activated
- 5 ¾ years old, Should retire around 9-10 years of age
SRT is an acronym for Special Response Team. The team consists of specially trained officers from other sections within the police department. They respond to seven main categories of calls:
- Assist Other Jurisdictions
- Barricaded subjects – Armed subject(s) barricaded against arrest
- Heavy Arrest – Arrest of multiple armed felons in a fortified location
- High Risk Drug Search
- Hostage Situations
- Special Circumstances (Riot suppression, etc.)
The Tiffin Police Department SRT Team was formed in the fall of 1990 and formally incorporated into department functions in January 1991. The team handles high risk calls that are not otherwise handled by patrol.
The CNT Team is separate from the SRT Team but works closely with them.
CNT is an acronym for Crisis Negotiation Team and was formed in 1994. The team is made up of officers specially trained in the area of negotiations and have attended basic and advanced hostage negotiation courses. The CNT works closely with the SRT Team and are called out to some SRT calls. The CNT deals with the following categories of calls:
- Barricaded Criminal Suspects
- Barricaded Suicidal Subjects
- Hostage Situations
- Other incidents which require trained negotiators
When a line supervisor requests the SRT or CNT Team they are paged out and respond to the situation at hand. SRT and CNT are support units for the Patrol Division.
Monday – Friday
8:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.
Records Fax :
Email Requests here
- We only search the records for offenses that occurred within the City of Tiffin.
- We only release records that have been disposed of in court and traffic citations.
- Traffic accidents are available on request and only when the Officer has
completed the accident report. It is best to call ahead so that it is ready for you
when you come to pick it up. Normally done within 2 days.
- Incident Reports are available on cases that are closed and completed by the
- For accident, theft, and vandalism reports please have your insurance company
contact us. This will save you a lot of running around as we can give the report
directly to the insurance company.
- Name, Date of Birth, and Social Security number will greatly help in a records
- If you don’t have a records release form we have them available at the Police
Station or available for download here.
- If you want to request a form to void a parking ticket we have them available at
the Police Station or available for download here.
- Records checks are usually done by the next afternoon.
The Tiffin Police Department does NOT provide fingerprinting:
Please contact C.A.S.A. at 21 Court Street, 419.448.1442 or NCOESC at 928 W. Market Street, 419.447.2927 for any employment or verification fingerprinting.