Clark County Park District Rangers

Clark County Park District Ranger Station
930 South Tecumseh Road
Springfield, Ohio 45506
937-882-6000 – Office
937-328-2560 – Dispatch

The Clark County Park District Ranger Patrol Division provides the protection and preservation of life and property within all CCPD managed parks. The Rangers patrol all areas of the parks by Ranger Cruiser, foot patrol, bike patrol, and all terrain vehicles. This makes the Rangers available to assist all park visitors. All Rangers are State of Ohio certified peace officers, and are trained for emergency response and investigation. Rangers enforce local and state laws as well the rules and regulations of the Clark County Park District. When you meet a CCPD Ranger, you are meeting a highly trained, committed, professional officer that works in and around the parks to keep you safe when you visit.

 

Mission

Clark County Parks are known for their clean and safe atmosphere.  The Rangers and command staff of the Clark County Park District (CCPD) Ranger Patrol Division have a commitment to provide you, your family and all visitors with a safe and clean park environment. Our parks are a place where you can relax and enjoy nature and other park activities. This is our pledge to you as CCPD Rangers.

 

Law Enforcement Explorer Post 930

Clark County Park District offers a Law Enforcement Explorer Post 930 and is currently looking for more youth to be involved. Applicants must be 14 to 20 years of age and in good standing and not possess any criminal background. Post members will explore the career of law enforcement, natural resources, community relations and history. Explorers will be able to conduct ride-a-longs with the Rangers, and help with traffic and crowd control during events. The Explorer Post conducts monthly meetings and trainings. For more details contact the CCPD headquarters at (937) 882-6000.

 

Our Rangers