The Niles Police Department has proudly served the residents and businesses of the City of Niles since 1864.
The men and women of the Niles City Police Department patrol roughly 8.5 square miles with 35 officers distributed among 3 shifts.
The Niles Police Department and Niles Safety Service Complex also services as a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) with a 24/7 dispatching operation. The NPD PSAP serves as a backup to the Trumbull County 911 Center.
The Niles Police Department is overseen by Chief Jay Holland who manages personnel and the department budget.
Overnight parking on the streets in the City of Niles is forbidden. Your car will be ticketed and or towed. The only exception to this rule is for registered vehicles with a permit belonging to residents of the City of Niles when parked on the street in front of their registered home, and only if the number of registered vehicles exceeds the capacity of their driveway.
ALL of the vehicles on the application MUST be registered to the address on the application. An officer will verify that the number of cars on the application exceeds the number of vehicles that can fit in the driveway. IF the cars listed on the application exceed the capacity of the driveway then and ONLY then will a permit be issued. If your cars fit in the driveway then they need to be parked there overnight regardless of any inconvenience. Overnight parking permits do NOT allow residents to park on the street during a snow emergency. There is no cost for the overnight parking permit.