Chief Justin Páez leads the Dublin Police Department, focusing on the leadership, direction, guidance and management of the agency. The chief directs and manages all functions of the department, through a strong partnership with the bureau commanders, to ensure that laws and ordinances are enforced ethically and impartially.
Chief Páez began his career in law enforcement in 2001 and has been a member of the Dublin Police Department since 2003. During his 22 years of public service, Chief Páez has held numerous roles, eventually serving as the seventh chief of police for the Dublin Police.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Bowling Green State University and his Master of Business Administration in Leadership and Change from Tiffin University. In 2022, Chief Páez completed the Northwestern University Leading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion online program focused on managing and leading transformative change.
He is also a graduate of leadership courses from the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police and serves as chair of the association’s leadership committee. Chief Páez has been appointed by Gov. Mike DeWine as a representative to the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board. He and his wife, Abby, are proud parents of five children and active members in the Dublin community.
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