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The Addyston Police Department, has been in existence since the Village was founded in 1891 and is located at the village administration building 235 Main Street.

VISIT THE ADDYSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT WEB PAGE BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW:

Click Here to visit AddystonPolice.org

 

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Click Here to download Vacation Checklist Form

 

THE VILLAGE OF ADDYSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
To provide ethical, honest and equal quality police service to all members of our community by promoting the close interaction with the police department and all citizens of the Village of Addyston, so that a safe and secure environment will be the end result.  With that accomplished, all of the parties involved, the community, police and elected officials in partnership, can look with pride on a strong, healthy, thriving Village of Addyston.  Then we can say “WE DID THIS TOGETHER”!


We operate 24 hours a day 365 days a year, to provide a safe community in which to live. The combined experience of officers on the department is approximately 100 years.  
We provide vehicle lockout service, vacation checks  to property and carry an automatic defibrillator, which was provided by The Miami Township Fire Department, in case of medical emergencies.
The Department can be reached 24 hours a day 365 days a year at the following phone numbers.
For non-emergency issues within the Village of Addyston please call 623-2563 or 941-1313 Ext. 11.


We must stress that these numbers are for non-emergency situations. (Example would be a theft report of property taken from a vehicle sometime during the night and found missing by the owner the next morning.)

Please dial 911 for emergency, life threatening issues or crimes in progress. (Example thefts from autos in progress, a break in to a home or business in progress).  The 911 operator can get information from you while we are responding and put out that information for surrounding departments.  (Example would be the description of the person committing the crime, a vehicle description, etc). If the suspect leaves on foot or in a vehicle, we may pass them on the way and be able to make an apprehension.
Don’t forget there is a curfew in the Village of Addyston for all who are under the age of eighteen from 11:30PM to 6:00AM.  This curfew is in effect all year long.
You may request copies of an accident or offense reports at the administration building 235 Main Street, or by calling 513-941-1313 ext. 11. There is no charge to village residents for this service.  A charge to non-residents is $3.00.  Please allow 3 business days for the report to be checked and processed.
Any property recovered and held by the Addyston Police Department must be picked up 7AM to 3PM Monday thru Friday.  We require 48hrs notice so that it may be processed for release from the property room.   

 


Chief of Police – Dorian D. LaCourse


Lieutenant – David Pahner


Corporal – Don McWhorter


Police Officers:

Neil Reatherford
Chanda Stilts
Bryan Delk
Dennis Palmer

Clerk of Courts - Erin Lowry

Code Enforcement Officer - Dick Weber



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