Our Mission Statement

We are in service with the purpose to protect, taking the utmost pride in our performance and with the passion to continue our legacy of excellence. United in the spirit of teamwork and respect, the Moraine Police Department will be a trustworthy community-minded organization devoted to providing excellent public service.

FEATURED SERVICES

OUR STORIES

Community Outreach Program

Our goal is to foster relationships through our community outreach programs.

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2019 Awards

The Moraine Police Division holds an annual awards ceremony to recognize outstanding performance of our police officers. The 2019 winners […]

OUR TEAM

Craig Richardson

Craig Richardson

CHIEF OF POLICE
Jason Neubauer

Jason Neubauer

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE
Chris Selby

Chris Selby

SERGEANT
Ken Lloyd

Ken Lloyd

SERGEANT
Andy Parish

Andy Parish

SERGEANT
Liz Adams

Liz Adams

SERGEANT
Sgt. Mike Keegan's last call. ... See MoreSee Less

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We would like to congratulate Sgt. Mike Keegan on his retirement after 27 years of dedicated service. Sgt. Keegan started at the Moraine Police Department in 1993, a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and a First Lieutenant in the United States Army. Sgt. Keegan was promoted to Sergeant in 2000 and continued an outstanding career as a true community servant, leader, and crime fighter. Sgt. Keegan, we appreciate your dedication and service. Best of luck in your future endeavors. E.O.W. January 11, 2021. ... See MoreSee Less

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From all of us at the Moraine Police Department, Merry Christmas and we wish everyone a Happy New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Pictures and videos don’t do this event justice. Tonight was such a beautiful light display that brought cheer to those in area hospitals. We loved watching the children in the hospital flash their room lights and flashlights back at us. We also love the support we saw driving though our local community. We were so happy to see our residents lining the streets. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

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ATTENTION MORAINE RESIDENTS: Tonight, a large caravan of 90+ marked police cars with their lights on will be traveling throughout the county escorting Santa Claus to the many hospitals to bring Christmas cheer to those who need it most. We anticipate the caravan entering our city between 7:15 – 7:30 p.m. traveling south on Main Street from Dayton to Dryden Road, and in to West Carrollton. We encourage residents to watch the caravan while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Vehicles are not permitted to park in the roadway on Main Street or Dryden Road. We ask that you utilize the parking lots of the Payne Rec Center and the Moraine City Building, as well as the overflow lot behind the City Building on Dryden Road. Pedestrians are permitted and encouraged to be on the bike path along Main Street in Moraine. Please expect massive traffic delays in the area. Send us photos if you spot a Moraine PD cruiser in the caravan! 🚔 ... See MoreSee Less

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Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 937 535-1166
Records: 937 535-1163
4200 Dryden Rd. Moraine, Ohio 45439

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