Lieutenant Patrick O Callahan

Lieutenant Patrick O Callahan has been with the Orange Police Department since February 1994. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2005. He is a graduate of the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy. His duties include general patrol, shift supervision, field training officer, evidence technician and overseeing the detective bureau. Lt. O Callahan currently heads up the multi-jurisdictional Valley Enforcement Group Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT).

Lt. O Callahan has received specialized training in the following areas: hostage negotiation (basic and advanced), crime scene investigation and evidence recovery, field training officer course, police supervision, laser and radar, OC spray, accident investigation, verbal judo, Reid method interview and interrogations, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), critical incident rapid deployment and drug interdiction.  Lt. O’Callahan is also a member of the department’s aviation unit and flies remotely piloted aircraft during large scale incidents such as: haz-mat, motor vehicle crashes, disaster areas and tactical incidents.

He is a member of the VEG CART Team and is certified in Fundamentals of Search and Rescue (FUNSAR), certified SARTECH II, and a member of the National Association For Search and Rescue.

Lt. O Callahan is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 223. He is also a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician.

Lt. O Callahan can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5060 or dial direct (440) 287-5060
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Sergeant Damian Davis

Sergeant Damian Davis has been a police officer since 1992 and joined the Orange Police Department in August 1993. He was promoted to sergeant in January 2003. He is a graduate of the Cleveland Heights Police Academy. His duties include general patrol, shift supervision and field training officer.

Sergeant Davis has received specialized training in the following areas: police supervision, field training officer course, laser and radar, OC spray, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), critical incident rapid deployment, and drug interdiction.  Sergeant Davis is also a trained K-9 handler.

He is also a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician.Sergeant Davis can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5236 or dial direct (440) 287-5236
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Sergeant Jason Marvin

Sergeant Jason Marvin joined the Orange Police Department in February 1997 and was promoted to sergeant in January 2003. He is a graduate of the Summit County Sheriff s Police Academy. His duties include general patrol, shift supervision and investigating juvenile crimes.

Sergeant Marvin oversees the Orange Juvenile Diversion Program, which gives first time juvenile offenders an alternative to criminal prosecution for less serious crimes. He is also an active participant in many youth programs.Sergeant Marvin has received specialized training in the following areas: police supervision, laser and radar, OC spray, juvenile crimes, juvenile diversion, alcohol detection
and prosecution (ADAP) and critical incident rapid deployment.

He is also a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician and child passenger safety seat technician.

He is a 2009 graduate of the Ohio Police Executive Leadership College, and is the Past President of the Ohio Police Juvenile Officer’s Association.Sergeant Marvin can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5235 or dial direct (440) 287-5235
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Sergeant Michael Roberts

Sergeant Michael Roberts has been a police officer since 1994 and joined the Orange Police Department in September 2001. He is a graduate of the Lakeland Community College Police Academy. His current duties include general patrol, field training officer and assisting in the detective bureau.

Sgt. Roberts is the Commander of the Valley Enforcement Child Abduction Response Team (CART). This is a 30 member team of highly trained officers, administrators and dispatchers that are on call 24/7 and available to respond to ANY missing person call. He is a Level II Certified Hostage Negotiator and a member of the Valley Enforcement Group Hostage Negotiations team. Sgt. Roberts is a field training officer supervisor helping to train all new police officers. Sgt. Roberts is also a member of the departments aviation unit and flies remotely piloted aircraft during large scale incidents such as: haz-mat, motor vehicle crashes, disaster areas and tactical incidents.

Sergeant Roberts can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5233 or dial direct (440) 287-5233
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Sergeant Michael Debeljak

Sergeant Michael Debeljak has been a police officer since 1998 and joined the Orange Police Department in June 2000. He is a graduate of the Cleveland Heights Police Academy.  His duties include general patrol and assisting in the detective bureau.

Sergeant Debeljak is a Team Leader for the Valley Enforcement Group Child Abduction Response Team (C.A.R.T.).  He is certified in Fundamentals of Search and Rescue (FUNSAR), certified SARTECH II, and a member of the National Association For Search and Rescue.

Sergeant Debeljak has received specialized training in the following areas: Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), narcotics recognition, Master Evidence Technician, laser and radar, OC spray, drug interdiction, criminal patrol, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP) and critical incident rapid deployment. He is also a certified emergency medical technician and child passenger safety seat technician.

He is also a certified firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician.

Sergeant Debeljak can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5234 or direct dial (440) 287-5234.
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Officer Robert Rosic

Officer Robert Rosic  has been a police officer since 1991 and joined the Orange Police Department in August 1993. He is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve Police Academy.   His duty is general patrol.

Officer Rosic has received specialized training in the following areas: firearms instruction, accident investigation, laser and radar, OC spray, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP) and critical incident rapid deployment.

Officer Rosic can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5217 or direct dial (440) 287-5217
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Detective Joyce Sherwood

Detective Sherwood has been a police officer since 1999 and joined the Orange Police Department in November 2001. She is a graduate of the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy. Her current duties include general patrol and the Detective Bureau. She also assists with juvenile investigations and the juvenile diversion program.

 

Detective Sherwood has received specialized training in the following areas: Hostage Negotiations (basic and advanced), Child Forensic Interviewing, Crimes Against Children, Sexual Assault Response Team, Crisis Intervention Training, Evidence Technician, Accident Investigations, Laser and Radar, OC Spray and Taser, Criminal Patrol and Drug Interdiction, Self-Defense, Alcohol Detection and Prosecution (ADAP) and Critical Incident Rapid Deployment. She has also coordinated and instructed two Orange Senior Citizen Police Academy classes.

 

 Detective Sherwood is a Team Leader for the Valley Enforcement Group (VEG) Child Abduction Response Team. She is certified in Fundamentals of Search and Rescue (FUNSAR), certified SARTECH II, and a member of the National Association For Search and Rescue. She is also a member of the VEG Hostage Negotiations Team and a certified Emergency Medical Technician.  Detective Sherwood has been a Team Leader for the Solon / Orange Explorer Program since created in 2012. 

 

Detective Sherwood can be reached (440) 498-4401 ext. 5210 or direct dial (440) 287-5210.

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Detective Kurt Nebe

Detective Kurt Nebe has been a police officer since 1989 and joined the Orange Police Department in June 2002. He is a graduate of the Cleveland Heights Police Academy. His current duties include general patrol, grant writing for the department and firearms instructor.

Detective Nebe has received specialized training in the following areas: Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), Glock Armorer, abnormal human behavior, anti-terrorism, self-defense, laser and radar, OC spray, grant writing, alcohol detection and prosecution, critical incident rapid deployment, he is a Certified Firearms Instructor, and has specialized training in Death Investigations and is REID Certified for Interview and Interrogations. He is also a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician.

Detective Nebe has been assigned to the detective bureau as of November 2008.

Detective Nebe can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5212 or direct dial (440) 287-5212
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Officer Sam Borgia

Officer Sam Borgia has been a police officer since 2001 and joined the Orange Police Department in November 2002. He is a graduate of the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy. His current duties include general patrol and vehicle maintenance.

Officer Borgia has received specialized training in the following areas: accident investigations, laser and radar, OC spray, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), Glock Armorer, critical incident rapid deployment.Ptl. Borgia is a field training officer, certified firefighter and emergency medical technician.

Officer Borgia can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext.5211 or direct dial (440) 287-5211
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Officer Mark Ramsey

Officer Mark Ramsey has been a police officer since 1990 and joined the
Orange Police Department in April of 2005. He is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve Police Academy. His duties include general patrol.

Officer Ramsey has received training in the following areas:
Accident investigation, laser and radar, OC spray, gang investigation,
critical incident rapid deployment, alcohol detection and prosecution
(ADAP), firearms/taser instructor.

He is also a certified firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, and firearms instructor.

Officer Ramsey can be reached at (440) 498-4401, ext. 5213 or direct dial (440) 287-5213
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Officer Dustin Derbin

Officer Dustin Derbin has been a police officer since 1998 and joined the Orange Police Department in June 2006. He is a graduate Cleveland Heights Police Academy. His current duties include general patrol and equipment maintenance officer.

Officer Derbin has received specialized training in the following areas: Emergency Medical Technicians, laser and radar, drug interdiction, criminal patrol, master criminal investigator certificate, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), and critical incident rapid deployment.

Officer Derbin can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext.5218 or direct dial (440) 287-5218
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Officer Eric Sommers

Officer Sommers has been a police officer since 1999, joining the Orange Police Department in February 2007. Patrolman Sommers is currently assigned to the general patrol division along with being an active member with the Valley Enforcement Group Tactical Unit.

Patrolman Sommers is also the instructor for the Orange Police Department’s (R)ape. (A)ggression . (D)efense program that is offered to the community.

Patrolman Sommers is certified in Special Weapons and Tactics, laser / radar, less-lethal devices, urban police mountain biking, evidence collection, and criminal patrol interdiction.

Officer Sommers can be reached at 440-498-4401 ext 5214 or direct dial (440) 287-5214
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Officer Zachary Zwolinski

Officer Zwolinski has been a police officer since 2009, joining the Orange Police Department in March 2014.

Patrolman Zwolinski is a graduate of the Cleveland Heights Police Academy. His specialized training includes Radar/Laser, OC Spray/Taser, Basic Narcotic Investigation, Criminal Patrol Interdiction, Crisis Intervention Training, Urban Police Mountain Biking, and Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement.

Officer Zwolinski’s duties include general patrol.

Officer Zwolinski can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5215 or direct dial (440) 287-5215.

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Officer Maicheal Ghobrial

Maicheal Ghobrial been a police officer since 2012 and joined the Orange Police Department in January, 2016. Patrolman Ghobrial is a graduate of the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy. He is also a fluid speaker of the Arabic language. His duties include general patrol.

Officer Ghobrial specialized training in: Radar/Laser, OC Spray/Taser, Basic Narcotic Investigation, Criminal Patrol Interdiction, Crisis Intervention, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), and critical incident rapid deployment.

Officer  Ghobrial can be reached at 440-498-4401 ext 5216  or 1-440-287-5216.

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Officer Nick DiCicco

Officer Nick DiCicco has been a police officer since 1993 and joined the Orange Police Department in June 2001. He is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve Police Academy.

He joined Orange in June of 2000.

Officer DiCicco has received specialized training in the following areas: dog handling, public relations, laser and radar, OC spray, criminal patrol, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), drug interdiction and critical incident rapid deployment.

He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 240, as well as a certified firefighter and paramedic.  Officer DiCicco can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5232 or dial direct (440) 287-5232
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K-9 Deacon

Deacon is a utility/narcotics dog trained in tracking, and drug searches.Constant work on obedience, agility and Deacon’s searching capabilities keep him proficient in all areas. Combined training is done with other local police K-9 units within Northeast Ohio on a regular basis. K-9 Deacon is very valuable to the police K-9 team because his sense of hearing is superior to his human partner; and his sense of smell is hundreds of times more sensitive.

K-9 Deacon can perform a variety of tasks, including finding lost children, apprehending dangerous criminals, and locating drug-tainted money and concealed narcotics.

Kristine Mitchell

kristineKristine serves as the Clerk of Courts and can be reached at 440.498.4401.

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Specialty Units

Sergeant-Jason-Marvin

Juvenile Diversion

Sergeant Marvin has been a member of the Orange Village Police Department since 1997. He has a four-year degree in criminal justice from Kent State University and is a graduate of the Summit County Sheriff’s Training Academy. Sergeant Marvin handles any problem in the village that involves juveniles. He investigates all juvenile crimes, and is especially interested in keeping your children on the right track. Sergeant Marvin is currently supervising the Orange Community Diversion Program, which is aimed at helping children at a local level who find themselves in trouble. The program allows him to be directly involved with the juvenile and their family.  Sergeant Marvin is the Past President of the Ohio Police Juvenile Officer’s Association and is also a member of the Safe Kids / Safe Community Coalition of Cuyahoga County.   Along with the coalition,
he promotes child seat safety, seat belt usage, and programs aimed at stopping aggressive driving in the community.  Sergeant Marvin works closely with the community and is always glad to meet with parents or civic organizations. He invites calls from anyone with a problem.

If you are a juvenile in trouble, or the parent of a juvenile in trouble, contact Sergeant Marvin in confidence
at 440-287-5235 (ext 5235)


Orange Village K-9 Unit

Sergeant Damian Davis and K-9 Deacon

Sergeant Davis and Deacon work as a team to provide specialized services to the Orange Village Police Department.

Deacon is a utility/narcotics dog trained in tracking, and drug searches. Constant work on obedience, agility and Deacon’s searching capabilities keep him proficient in all areas.

K9 Deacon

K9 Deacon

 

Combined training is done with other local police K-9 units within Northeast Ohio on a regular basis.

K-9 Deacon is very valuable to the police K-9 team because his sense of hearing is superior to his human partner; and his sense of smell is hundreds of times more sensitive.

K-9 Deacon can perform a variety of tasks, including finding lost children, apprehending dangerous criminals, and locating drug-tainted money and concealed narcotics.