To report a Hudson Public Power outage during business hours (M-F | 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.), call (330) 342-1710. After hours HPP outage? Please call (330) 342-1715. If you have a different utility company, please contact them directly. The use of 911 should be used only for a life-threatening emergency.
About the Hudson Police Department Communications Center
The Hudson Police Department Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by 10 full-time and part-time staff members. Two dispatchers are on duty (scheduled) between 8 a.m. and midnight daily, while one dispatcher typically works midnight to 8 a.m.
Dispatchers handle all Police, Fire, and EMS radio traffic, as well as incoming telephone lines, both emergency (9-1-1) and non-emergency calls.
Calls are recorded and dispatched via Computer-Aided Dispatch, or CAD, that simplifies (standardizes) data entry and dispatches calls more quickly with more information. The calls are also sent directly to the in-car mobile computer where the officer can read the call details. This provides quick and accurate information exchange between Dispatch and the officer and vice versa.
- Should I call 911 to report a power outage?
- Can HPD help with lost / found animals?
- There is a new fireworks law in Ohio. What do I need to know?
- When should I call 911? When should 911 not be used?
- What should I do if I call 911 by accident?
- When I call 911 from a cell phone, will the dispatcher know my exact location?
- If I observe suspicious behavior or circumstances, what should I do?
- Is there a curfew in Hudson?
- Is there a noise ordinance in Hudson?
- Does the City of Hudson have Animal Control?
- Will the Hudson Police Department check on my house while I am out of town?
- Will the Hudson Police Department assist me if I lock my keys in my car?
- Are permits required to solicit in Hudson?
Hudson Police Department: 36 S. Oviatt Street, Hudson, OH, 44236
Non-Emergency: (330) 342-1800 | Emergency: 9-1-1
Administrative Hours: M - F | 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.