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Village of Genoa, Division of Police
102 E. Sixth Street Genoa, Ohio 43430
Emergency 9-1-1 Dispatch 419.855.7717
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The mission of the Village of Genoa Police Department is
- To safeguard freedom by preserving life and property, protecting the constitutional rights of individuals, maintaining order and encouraging respect for the rule of law by the proper enforcement thereof.
- To earn the respect of all individuals, including minority and disadvantaged persons, by maintaining a knowledgeable, responsive, well-trained and accountable work force that discharges their duties and responsibilities with evidence of fairness, tolerance and equality.
- To reduce the opportunity for the commission of crime by implementing effective crime prevention strategies, fully investigating crimes when they occur and expeditiously apprehending criminal offenders.
- To identify, address and resolve the root causes of community problems and concerns in concert with citizen groups and representatives through the use of community oriented policing strategies.
Meet the Genoa Police Force
Chief of Police Bradley Weis
Chief Weis was born and raised in Elmore, Ohio. He currently resides in Oak Harbor with his wife, Kim and his two daughters, Nicole and Alexa. He is a graduate of Woodmore High School. He went on to receive his Associate Degree in Law Enforcement, and Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo. He is also a graduate of PELC, (Police Executive Leadership College), in Columbus, Ohio. Chief Weis was appointed Chief of Police for the Village of Genoa in May,2014. Prior to his appointment he was a police officer for the City of Toledo for thirty seven years. At the time of his retirement from the Toledo Police Department he was the Acting Deputy Chief in charge of the Investigative Services Bureau. During his tenure with the Toledo Police Department he was assigned to the Operations Bureau, Harbor Patrol, Vice-Narcotics Bureau, Backgound Investigations, Internal Affairs, Strategic Response Bureau, and the Gang Task Force. He is also a certified OPOTA Instructor. Chief Weis is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police. Chief Weis can be reached by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 419.855.8515 Ext.1, or written correspondence for any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.
Sergant Mocniak began his law enforcement career in 1999 and has been with the Village of Genoa, Division of Police since 2001. Sergeant Mocniak graduated Owen’s CommunityCollege with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. Sergeant Mocniak has furthered his training by attending courses in Evidence Management, Forensic Photography, Hazardous Materials, Narcotics and Criminal Investigations. Sergeant Todd Mocniak can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 419.855.8515 Ext.2.
Officer Cody Garcia
Officer Garcia is a 2005 Oak Harbor gradute. He enrolled in the Police Academy at Terra in Frmeont, Ohio in 2009. In 2010 Officer Garcia began his law enforcement career with the Put-In Bay Police Department. Officer Garcia was hired part time by Genoa in August 2013, he later was promoted to fulltime in May 2014. Officer Garcia is also a state certified firearms instructor. Officer Cody Garcia can be reached by email at email@example.com or by calling: 419-855-8515.
Officer Herrig is an Air Force veteran who began his Law Enforcement career in 1992 as a Security Police Specialist. He has over 20 years of Public Safety experience and specializes in Emergency Response to Terrorism. Following the events of 9/11, Matt worked for the Office of Justice Programs developing training programs for Emergency Responders throughout the United States. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Saint Leo University in Criminal Justice and has numerous Instructor Certificates from the Department of Homeland Security, Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission, and the Department of Defense. Matt joined the Genoa Police Department as a Full Time Officer in March of 2015. Officer Matt Herrig can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 419.855.8515.
Officer Cody Calendine