Germantown Police Department
The Germantown Police Department has one officer working
full-time for the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit.. There is
another officer working for Montgomery County RANGE at
least one day a week. Both of these units investigate drug
crimes. All road patrols handle daily calls for the city which
include enforcing illegal drug activity. Many drug offenses are enforced through traffic stops and other dispatched calls.
New Germantown Police Tip Hotline: 937-522-5052
75 North Walnut Street
Germantown, Ohio 45327
(937) 855-7271 Records
(937) 855-6567 Regional Dispatch/Non-Emergency
**EMERGENCY DIAL 911**
To help aide in the fight against the Heroin epidemic, The City of Germantown Police Department has sent several Police Officers to Narcan (Naloxone) Training and we are working to have all full time officers trained in the use of Narcan. Narcan is an emergency treatment that helps save the lives of people that have overdosed on an opioid such as Heroin.
January 1, 2016-April 1, 2016 Statistics: 4 DUIs, 3 Heroin, 3 Other Drug, 2 Inducing Panic, 1 Death
German Township Police Department
12102 State Route 725 West, Germantown, OH 45327
Joseph Andzik, Chief of Police
In November, the officers drove 6654 miles, answering 144 calls. They used 518.5 gallons of gas. Those 144 calls included 2 burglaries, 1 auto theft, 1 recovered stolen auto, 3 fraud complaints, 2 narcotics violations, 1 DUI, 4 welfare checks, 8 crashes and assisted other LE/Fire/EMS departments 32 times. The made 85 traffic stops, issued 43 citations, and made 7 arrests.
October 2018 Statistics:
In October, the German Twp. Police Officers answered 166 calls for service including 1 burglary, 1 petit theft, 6 narcotics violations, 2 OVIs, 13 suspicious circumstances, 3 civil complaints, and assisted with 13 fire/EMS calls. They handled 9 traffic crashes (one fatal). They made 120 stops, issued 64 citations, and made 14 arrests. The officers drove 5989 miles, using 563.6 gallons of gas.
September 2018 Statistics:
In September, the German Twp. PD answered 167 calls for service. The officers drove 5221 miles and used 538.6 gallons of gas. The calls that they answered included 4 narcotics complaints, 19 other department assists, 16 fire assists, 13 medic assists, 5 crashes including one fatal crash, 3 OVI's, 3 welfare checks, and 14 suspicious circumstances. The K9 team was called out 4 times. The officers made 75 traffic stops, issued 37 citations, and made 9 arrests.
August 2018 Statistics:
In August, the German Twp. officers drove 6253 miles, used 558.96 gallons of gas, and answered 166 dispatches. Those calls included 1 petit theft, 3 narcotics violations, 1 disorderly, 14 suspicious circumstances, 16 fire/EMS assists, 13 animal complaints, 13 assist other departments, and 5 K9 team call-outs. The officers made 88 traffic stops, issued 42 citations, and made 7 arrests.
July 2018 Statistics:
In July, the German Twp. officers drove 6658 miles and used 563.3 gallons of gas. They answered 148 calls, including 3 vandalized mailboxes, 7 narcotics, 3 trespassing complaints, 12 alarm drops, 15 assist medics/fire, 5 crashes, 7 animal complaints, and assisted other departments 12 times. The officers made 90 stops, issued 40 citations, and made 7 arrests.
June 2018 Statistics:
In June, the German Twp. police officers drove 6402 miles, using 556.8 gallons of gas. They made 91 traffic stops, issued 48 citations, and made 4 arrests. They responded to 159 calls, including 1 theft, 3 narcotics violations, 2 OVI's, 6 check welfare, 17 alarm drops, 15 medic assists, 6 crashes (1 OVI crash), and assisted other departments 13 times with one of those being a K9 callout.
May 2018 Statistics:
In May, the German Twp. police officers answered 172 calls for service. Those calls included 5 thefts, 1 auto theft, 5 narcotics, 21 suspicious circumstances, 12 alarm drops, 2 check welfare, 4 crashes (solved one Hit/Run), assisted other departments 15 times, and assisted the Fire/EMS 27 times. The officers drove 7278 miles, used 614.3 gallons of gas, and made 99 stops. They issued 35 citations and made 4 arrests. In May, German Township Police kept the K9 unit busy. K9 Idus was deployed 10 times in May. 9 events were for Narcotics detection, 1 was an alarm. During the 9 narcotics deployments, 3 were assisting neighboring departments. Suspected heroin, crack cocaine, and marijuana were seized during these events.
April 2018 Statistics:
in April, the German Twp. Police Officers drove 6858 miles, used 595.44 gallons of gas, and answered 151 calls. Those calls included 3 thefts, 6 narcotics violations, 4 domestics, 1 OVI, 12 alarm drops, 14 assist medics, 9 crashes, and 15 assist other departments. The K9 unit responded twice to requests from other jurisdictions. The officers made 84 traffic stops, issued 35 citations, and made 10 arrests, one of which was a felony. The citations were not all results of traffic stops, some were as the result of a traffic crash.
March 2018 Statistics:
In March, the officers drove 6658 miles, used 679 gallons of gas, and responded to 151 calls. They made 67 traffic stops, issued 36 citations, and made 6 arrests. Those 151 calls included 2 burglaries, 7 narcotics violations, 1 OVI, 11 assist other departments, and 14 alarm drops. There were 7 crashes.
February 2018 Statistics:
In February, the German Twp. police officers drove 7218 miles, using 646 gallons of gas. They answered 127 calls including 1 burglary, 1 auto theft, 2 narcotics violations, 2 harassment/menacing complaints, 14 alarm drops, 10 medic assists, 6 traffic crashes, and 14 animal complaints. There were two callouts for the K9 unit to other departments. The officers made 90 traffic stops, issued 35 tickets, and made 1 arrest.
January 2018 Statistics:
In January, the German Twp. police officers drove 6982 miles, using 644.1 gallons of gas. They answered 133 calls including 1 burglary, 4 thefts, 2 fraud complaints, 2 firearms violations, 3 narcotic violations, 12 suspicious circumstances, 19 medic assists, 15 alarm drops, 12 crashes, and 8 assist other departments. The officer made 34 stops, issued 18 citations, and made 8 arrest including 5 felony arrests. Six of the 12 crashes involved deer.
December 2017 Statistics:
In December, the officers answered 112 calls for service including 1 burglary, 1 auto theft, 1 domestic dispute, 1 narcotics complaint, 1 OVI, 9 suspicious circumstances, 11 alarm drops, 13 medic assists, 9 crashes and 14 animal complaints. They drove 6395 miles, made 23 traffic stops, issued 12 citations, and made 6 arrests.
November 2017 Statistics:
In November, the officers drove 7369 miles, made 31 stops, issued 8 citations, and made 1 arrest. They answered 118 calls for service, including 3 petit thefts, 1 weapons violation, 1 narcotic violation, 15 suspicious circumstances, 8 alarm drops, 9 assist medics, 11 animal complaints, 12 assist departments, and 3 check welfare.
October 2017 Statistics:
In October, the officers drove 6515 miles, used 520.66 gallons of gas, and responded to 97 calls. Those calls included 1 theft, 1 assault, 1 domestic dispute, 12 suspicious circumstances, 6 alarm drops, and 7 crashes. They made 51 traffic stops, issued 9 citations, and made 2 arrests, one of which was a felony arrest. On October 3rd, we held our National Night Out and had a great turn out. The K-9 demonstration was a big hit. A big thanks to the volunteers who helped us! We were able to get our dog for our K-9 program this month. Idus, our German Shepherd, and Officer Jones have started their team training. It will be awhile before they are able to patrol together. We held another CERT class this month. We hope to do another in the spring. Officer Andy Bateman completed his week long RADAR/LIDAR Instructor course though the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy. He will be able to certify our new officers in the use of the RADAR/LIDAR units and provide ongoing training to the rest of our officers.
September 2017 Statistics:
In September, the German Twp. Police Officers drove 8402 miles, used 596.4 gallons of gas, and responded to 116 calls for service. Those calls included 1 assault, 1 identity theft, 10 suspicious circumstances, 16 alarm drops, and 4 crashes. The officers made 47 stops, issued 14 citations, and made 3 arrests, one of which was a felony arrest.
August 2017 Statistics:
In August the German Twp. police officers answered 149 calls for service, drove 7496 miles, and used 605.2 gallons of gas. The calls included 1 burglary, 2 thefts, 1 recovered stolen vehicle, 2 domestic violence, 5 domestic disputes, 10 crashes with 2 being OVI crashes, and 3 neighbor disputes. They assisted the fire-EMS department 16 times, assisted other police departments 13 times, and responded to 14 alarm drops. The officers issued 26 citations and made 4 arrests.
June 2017 Statistics:
In June, the officers answered 127 calls for service including 1 burglary, 2 narcotics complaints, 16 suspicious circumstances, 10 crashes, and 11 alarm drops. They assisted other police departments 15 times, assisted the fire/EMS 14 times, and handled 9 animal complaints. The officers drove 6149 miles, used 530 gallons of gas, and made 44 traffic stops. They issued 22 citations, and made 2 arrests, one of which was a felony arrest.
May 2017 Statistics:
In May, the German Twp. police officers drove 1211 miles, using 542.94 gallons of gas. They responded to 129 calls for service, including 2 thefts, 2 fraud complaints, 1 OVI, 15 suspicious vehicles/circumstances, 13 medic assists, 14 crashes, and 3 welfare checks. They issued 22 citations and made one arrest.
April 2017 Statistics:
In April, the German Twp. officers drove 7821 miles using 575.6 gallons of gas, and responded to 142 dispatches. Those calls included 2 grand thefts, 1 domestic violence call, 14 suspicious circumstances, 15 alarm drops, 11 assist medics, 9 crashes, and 39 traffic complaints. The officers made 66 stops, issued 21 citations, and made 2 arrests.
March 2017 Statistics:
In March, the German Twp. officers drove 7814 miles, using 622.2 gallons of gas, and responded to 138 dispatches. Those calls included 1 burglary, 2 narcotics complaints, 2 domestic disputes, 14 suspicious circumstances, 8 alarm drops, 14 assist medics, 6 animal complaints, 4 crashes, and 40 traffic complaints. The officers made 77 stops, issued 23 citations, and made 1 arrest.
Events coming up:
May 6, Saturday, 9am - 12noon - Shred documents, dispose of meds/sharps
May 13, Saturday, 11am-5pm - volunteers needed to be "victims" for CERT/Ohio Medical Reserves Search & Rescue training
February 2017 Statistics:
In February, the officers drove 6170 miles, using 495 gallons of gas. They answered 94 calls, including 2 burglaries, 2 stolen autos, 2 criminal damaging, 1 domestic violence, 9 alarms, assisted with 8 medic calls, and took 7 crash reports. The officers turned in 28 pieces of evidence. There were 10 citations.
January 2017 Statistics:
In January, our officers drove 8589 miles, made 80 traffic stops, issued 16 citations, and made 1 arrest. They answered 107 calls for service, which included 2 assaults, 1 narcotics complaint, 1 domestic violence, 12 suspicious circumstances, and 5 crashes. They assisted other police departments 12 times, assisted the fire department 4 times, and assisted with medic calls 15 times.
December 2016 Statistics:
In December, the German Twp. police officers drove 7606 miles, used 599.82 gallons of gas, made 52 traffic stops, made one arrest and one felony arrest. They answered 122 calls, which included 3 petit thefts, 3 domestics, 17 suspicious circumstances/vehicles, 8 crashes, 33 traffic concerns, and assisted with 18 medic calls.
November 2016 Statistics:
In November, the German Twp. officers drove 6172 miles, used 534.7 gallons of gas, and make 29 traffic stops. They issued 8 citations and made 3 arrests. The officers answered 117 calls for service, including 3 burglaries, 2 thefts, 2 narcotics violations, 3 domestic disputes, 11 suspicious vehicles/persons, 12 alarm drops, and 7 crashes. They helped with 3 fire calls and 11 medic calls.
October 2016 Statistics:
A quick rundown of some of the October statistics for the German Twp. Police Department:
The officers drove 7301 miles, used 587.61 gallons of gas, and responded to 128 calls. Those calls included 1 burglary, 6 thefts, 2 assaults, 2 narcotic cases, 3 domestics, 1 OVI, 11 suspicious vehicle/persons, 15 alarm drops, 4 crashes, and 1 neighbor dispute. The officers made 51 traffic stops, issued 13 citations, and made 1 arrest. They also assisted the EMS on 12 calls and the Fire Dept. on 2 calls.
The officers are also finishing up their required 11 hours continuing professional training that the state has mandated for 2016. In 2017, the officers will be required to take 20 continuing professional training hours. The state has said that the goal will be 40 hours per year, and that they are in the process of working up to that many hours.
June 2016 Statistics:
In June the German Twp. Police Department responded to 141 calls for service, including 1 aggravated assault, 2 burglaries, 2 thefts, 4 narcotics cases, 3 disorderly conducts, and 9 crashes. The officers also responded to 21 alarm drops, 10 medic calls, and 12 assist other department calls. The officers drove 6145 miles, used 467.5 gallons of gas, made 41 traffic stops, and issued 18 citations.
September 2016 Statistics:
In September, the officers drove 8831 miles, used 571.74 gallons of gas, and answered 133 calls. Those calls included 3 burglaries, 3 fraud complaints, 1 domestic violence, 15 alarm drops, and 5 crashes. The officers also assisted other law enforcement departments 16 times, and assisted the medics 8 times. There were 39 stops made, and 11 citations issued. Many of those citation were issued as a result of crashes and not traffic stops.
August 2016 Statistics:
In the month of August, the German Twp. Police Department responded to 133 calls, including 3 burglaries, 2 fraud complaints, 1 OVI, 17 suspicious persons/vehicles, 17 alarm drops, 7 crashes, and 3 welfare checks. The officers drove 8273 miles, used 566.7 gallons of gas, wrote 24 citation and made 1 arrest.
July 2016 Statistics:
The German Twp. Police Department had 126 calls in July. Those calls included 1 burglary, 4 thefts, 1 auto theft, 1 auto theft recovery, 1 domestic dispute, 1 public intox, 27 suspicious person/vehicles, 9 alarm drops, 9 medic assists, 7 crashes, 1 OVI crash, 2 neighbor disputes, and 14 assist departments. The officers drove 6875 miles, made 37 traffic stops, and issued 14 citations.
There is a drop-off box to dispose of medications available 24/7. There is a phone onsite if you would like to speak to someone about your medication disposal and it is outside of office hours
Jackson Township Police Department
Jackson Township is an active member of the R.A.N.G.E. Task Force. There are two part time drug detectives. If an officer makes an arrest on the street or deals with a suspected heroin user, the case is forwarded to one of the detectives. Drug intelligence is shared throughout the department. Local users are identified in an attempt to reduce property crimes and officer safety. Chief Shade speaks to the Life Skills classes at Valley View Jr. High in an effort to educate them about prescription pill abuse and street drugs. This program has been positively received by students and staff and will continue. Jackson Township officers try to engage families who have a family member addicted to pills or heroin. Many families are seeking advice and are willing to assist officers; however, as many departments have experienced, resources have been limited and are not always available. Jackson Township also serves residents in New Lebanon and are conscious of the problem there as well.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jackson.t.police/
In case of an Emergency call 911
Non Emergency –(937) 696-2444 or (937) 836-2678
Office –(937) 696-2522 (M-F 8am-4pm)
Chief Jon Schade
49 East Walnut Street
Farmersville, OH 45325
Statistics for January 1- August 1
10 heroin related calls
Miamisburg Municipal Court
Serves Germantown and German Township
JUDGE ROBERT W. RETTICH, III
Search court records at the link below:
The Municipal Court of Montgomery County Ohio Western Division
Serving Jackson Township
195 S. Clayton Rd.
New Lebanon, OH 45345-9601
Traffic/Criminal (937) 687-9099
Civil (937) 687-9092
Search court records at the link below:
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
345 W. Second St.
P.O. Box 972
Dayton, OH 45422
Phone: (937) 225-4357
NON-EMERGENCY (937) 225-4357
R.A.N.G.E. Task Force
Regional Agencies Narcotics &
Gun Enforcement Task Force
Montgomery County Drug-Free Coalition
Prescription Drug Drop Box
Drop off your unwanted or expired medication at:
Sheriff's Office Headquarters
345 W. Second Street.
(Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Jefferson Township Substation
555 Infirmary Road
(Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)