The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 54 traffic accidents in the month of January, 2017. This is down from the 75 accidents that were handled in January, 2016.
last updated 2/24/2017
The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 79 traffic accidents in the month of December, 2016. This is down from the 85 accidents that were handled in December, 2015. In 2016 we responded to 889 accidents. This is 77 more than in 2015.
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With the potential threat of significant icing beginning Friday the 13th we ask that you remain off the roadways if at all possible. If you must go out BE PREPARED. Roads could be closed due to icing, accidents or fallen trees/power lines. Any one of these may cause you to be stuck on the roads for some time. At a minimum you should have proper clothing (including hat and gloves), a blanket, drinking water, window scraper, cell phone (with charger) and a full tank of gas. Please be careful!!!!
Vehicle break-ins are an all too common crime in Richmond Heights and the region. We highly recommend that you secure your vehicles by locking all doors and removing any items of value. If you are unable to remove valuable items from your car, please conceal them so that they are not visible. This is especially important if you leave your vehicle for long periods of time in commuter lots or parking garages. This type of crime is a crime of opportunity. Don’t give criminals an opportunity to victimize you.
last updated 2/3/2017
The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 90 traffic accidents in the month of November, 2016. This is up from the 65 accidents that were handled in November, 2015. For the year, we have responded to 810 accidents. This is 83 more than the same time period in 2015.
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