Stow Mayor Sara Drew and Chief of Police Louis Dirker invite the public to attend an open house at the Stow Police Department on Tuesday, Oct., 15 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Tours of the facility will be given by the police department staff and equipment will be on display. Cider and donuts, along with coffee and cookies will be provided.
The open house will feature a variety of police department vehicles and equipment, including the SWAT armored vehicle, the DARE vehicle, equipment that officers use in their daily work as well as demonstrations by the department’s K-9 officers. Attendees will get a chance to suit up in SWAT gear, visit the jail, take a look at the practice shooting range, and meet the professional law enforcement staff that provides safety services to our citizens.
Information about services provided by the department will be available as well, including Vacation Watch, Senior Resource Officer, School Resource Officer, Stow Youth Services, Police Reserves, and more.
“I hope that community members will take advantage of this opportunity to tour our police department and its operations, as well as meet and interact with members of our outstanding Police department," Drew said. "The City of Stow is proud to showcase the positive impact our Police department has on residents, businesses and the overall safety and quality of life in Stow. We look forward to seeing families of all ages visit with us and learn more about how the Stow Police department works hard every day to ensure the safety of our community. “