Safe Spaces are safe havens for people who have experienced hate crimes, threats or intimidation, or for people in personal crisis. Find out More.
The City of Dublin and Dublin Police are committed to working to end the opiate crisis in Central Ohio and around the nation. Find out More.
The Dublin Police has partnered with Columbus Public Health to distribute lock boxes to help limit access to lethal means in homes.
Limiting access to lethal means, such as firearms and medications, is an effective way to save the life of someone who is experiencing a suicidal crisis.
Call the Dublin Police’s non-emergency number: 1.614.889.1112 to ask for a lock box.
Follow these steps to help keep young people safe:
If your child or teen makes statements about death, dying, self-harm, harming another or makes an attempt to end their life or another person’s life, listen and take ALL comments and attempts seriously and use these resources.
Provide close supervision of your child or teenager.
Reducing or limiting access to lethal means, such as firearms and medications, can determine whether a child or teen at risk for suicide lives or dies.
The City of Dublin and Dublin Police are proud to partner with local mental health providers to ensure Dubliners know who to talk to in a crisis. This digital Suicide Prevention Resource Guide connects you with local and regional organizations focused on providing mental health support to everyone in our community.
The biggest myth about suicide is that if you talk with someone about suicide, it will put the idea in their head. It has the opposite effect because candidly addressing suicide can make people realize that if they can talk about it, then maybe there’s another way to deal with the concerns they are having.
If someone is talking about suicide,
Mindfulness — Being mindful goes a long way. Working to center yourself can help create good coping skills before you’re in crisis. Encourage yourself or someone who has had suicidal ideation to have a conversation about life when things are going well in order to build those skills.
Practice saying the words: “Are you thinking about suicide?”
Sign the Dublin Suicide Prevention Pledge to commit to
Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County
ADAMH helps Franklin County residents find the right places to turn for affordable, quality alcohol, substance use disorder and mental health services. These services are provided by more than 35 not-for-profit contract agencies located in neighborhoods throughout the county.
Franklin County Suicide Prevention Coalition
The Franklin County Suicide Prevention Coalition (FCSPC) aims to increase communication, coordination, and collaboration efforts in Franklin County to prevent suicide and bring hope and support to those affected by suicide. The coalition bridges organizations together with the end goal of enhancing the overall success of collective suicide prevention efforts. These efforts include decreasing stigma, increasing awareness of available support, and coordinating suicide prevention training.
The FCSPC offers support to local businesses and organization with implementing the National Guidelines for Workplace Suicide Prevention. The FCSPC is hosted by Mental Health America of Ohio and funded by the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County.
LOSS Community Services
LOSS Community Services is made up of both staff and a large number of volunteers, many of whom are survivors of a suicide loss. LOSS exists to offer hope to the bereaved, empowering them so they can thrive. LOSS provides resources, support and understanding immediately after a suicide loss and for the months and years that follow. LOSS also facilitates evidence-based suicide prevention training sessions.
Mental Health America of Ohio
Mental Health America of Ohio (MHAOhio) is an affiliate of Mental Health America, the country’s leading organization dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. MHAOhio supports the Central Ohio community by guiding people to mental health services that may not otherwise be accessible. MHAOhio believes in inclusivity and works with all people and their families through each step on the path to wellness, from making initial referrals, to providing free mental health services, to helping maintain stability and productivity once they are achieved.
Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation (OSPF) is a not-for-profit organization that works to bring about changes in attitudes and perceptions surrounding suicide and its relationship to mental illness, alcohol and drug abuse, and other issues. OSPF supports community-based efforts that reduce stigma, promote education and increase awareness, resources and programs that lessen the risk of suicide. Resources available to businesses and organizations include mental health campaign materials and evidence-based training sessions.
Workplace Suicide Prevention
Workplace Suicide Prevention provides support with implementing the National Guidelines for Workplace Suicide Prevention. Businesses and organizations can receive support by pledging to take action and joining the national community of practice focused on workplace suicide prevention.
Dublin Justice Center
Address: 6565 Commerce Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017
Phone: 614.410.4800 | Fax: 614.761.6535
Justice Center Hours: Open 24/7
Records Department Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 614.410.4920 | Fax: 614.761.6598
Email Dublin Police
Contact the Dublin Police Department via email.
Submit an Anonymous Tip
Submit an anonymous tip to the Dublin Police regarding crime.
Submit Traffic Complaint
Fill out a traffic complaint; this is NOT live monitored.
In order to support faster response and better tracking of requests, the City of Dublin uses JustFOIA to collect, respond to and manage public information requests.
JustFOIA is a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) online application that helps streamline the open records request process for the community and improve efficiencies in getting requested information quickly and accurately.
The application lets community members submit requests for all city records, including police reports. Commonly requested information includes accident reports, copies of resolutions and body-camera video.
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