The Glenwillow Police Department has 5 full time and 11 part time officers and maintains police service 24 hours per day. The Department is led by Chief Robert F. Hagquist.
The Police Department provides vacation security checks and regular welfare checks on the elderly and disabled residents.
The Police Department is also a member of the Valley Enforcement Group, a consortium of Chagrin Valley Police Departments that gives the Department access to training equipment and special services.
In case of an emergency call 911, non-emergencies call 440-349-1234 anytime or the administration week days 8:30am - 4:30pm at 440-232-8787.
Chief Robert Hagquist is from Cleveland, Ohio graduating from Cleveland South High School. He received his Associates Degree in Law Enforcement from Cuyahoga Community College and Basic Police Officer Training from Case Western Reserve University and Police Supervisor Training at the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy.
Chief Hagquist has over 44 years law enforcement experience including three years in the Cleveland Police Department Cadet Training Program; and 29 years with the Bedford Heights Police Department serving as a patrolman, detective, sergeant, lieutenant, executive lieutenant and acting chief. Chief Hagquist was appointed Chief of Police for the Village of Glenwillow in 1998 by Mayor Donald Payne.
He is a member of the Ohio State Police Chief's Association, Cuyahoga County Police Chief's Association the Metropolitan Crime Bureau, and the 2001 Chairman Chagrin Valley Enforcement Group.
Chief Hagquist has been married for 40 years has three adult children and four grandchildren. He and his wife have been a residents of Twinsburg, Ohio for 33 years.