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.

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OUR STORIES

Community Outreach Program

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

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2019 Awards

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OUR TEAM

Craig Richardson

Craig Richardson

CHIEF OF POLICE
Jason Neubauer

Jason Neubauer

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE
Liz Adams

Liz Adams

SERGEANT
Ken Lloyd

Ken Lloyd

SERGEANT
Andy Parish

Andy Parish

SERGEANT
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Congratulations to Ofc. Josh Beaty on being named the Employee of the Month for April. Ofc. Beaty is a recent addition to our department but is already making an impact. We appreciate his hard work and dedication. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Ofc. Josh Beaty on being named the Employee of the Month for April.  Ofc. Beaty is a recent addition to our department but is already making an impact.  We appreciate his hard work and dedication.

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Congrats & Welcome

Congratulations buddy!! Always proud of you!

Congratulations 🍾🎈

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YESSS!! Very nice!

Very nice 😊

Nice new cats

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Thank You for your Servicyey To Our Community And City, and your protection, God Bless You

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We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the Euclid Police Department, the community, and the family of Officer Jacob Derbin who was killed in the line of duty over the weekend. Officer Derbin was a military veteran and was in his first year with the department. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago
We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the Euclid Police Department, the community, and the family of Officer Jacob Derbin who was killed in the line of duty over the weekend. Officer Derbin was a military veteran and was in his first year with the department.

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Rest easy πŸ₯Ί Prayers to his friends and family. πŸ’”

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Heartbreaking! πŸ’” Prayers for his family.

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We have a Full-Time Police Officer - Lateral Entry process open until the end of May. If you are a sworn peace officer, check us out! No written testing required. Fill out an application here... ci.moraine.oh.us/employment/ ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago
We have a Full-Time Police Officer - Lateral Entry process open until the end of May. If you are a sworn peace officer, check us out! No written testing required. Fill out an application here... https://ci.moraine.oh.us/employment/

On Sunday morning at 03:19 hrs. Officers responded to a break-in at the VIP Smoke Shop, 5410 Springboro Pk. in Moraine. Two witnesses nearby called 9-1-1 and said they watched multiple suspects break out the front door glass while the business was closed. Video surveillance from the store captured 3 to 4 males force entry through the front door and steal the cash register. The suspects arrived in a white Infiniti sedan bearing a vanity license plate, β€œKB43VER”, and left South on Springboro Pk.

Our Detectives are seeking help from the community as at least 4-5 other area smoke shops were also targeted that morning. Shops in Miami Township, Washington Township, and Beavercreek reported break-ins involving the same or similar suspects driving a white Infiniti sedan.

Take a look at these images. If you know who these subjects are or have any information that may help, please reach out to us.
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On Sunday morning at 03:19 hrs. Officers responded to a break-in at the VIP Smoke Shop, 5410 Springboro Pk. in Moraine. Two witnesses nearby called 9-1-1 and said they watched multiple suspects break out the front door glass while the business was closed. Video surveillance from the store captured 3 to 4 males force entry through the front door and steal the cash register. The suspects arrived in a white Infiniti sedan bearing a vanity license plate, β€œKB43VER”, and left South on Springboro Pk.

Our Detectives are seeking help from the community as at least 4-5 other area smoke shops were also targeted that morning. Shops in Miami Township, Washington Township, and Beavercreek reported break-ins involving the same or similar suspects driving a white Infiniti sedan. 

Take a look at these images. If you know who these subjects are or have any information that may help, please reach out to us.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Good luck catching these goobers.

Summer Cordell

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Today the men and women of the Moraine Police Department had the honor of participating in the 17th annual Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony.
The first Friday in May is set aside to honor the sacrifices made by those law enforcement officers of Montgomery County that have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Thanks to all the men and women that work hard to keep our community safe
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2 weeks ago
Today the men and women of the Moraine Police Department had the honor of participating in the 17th annual Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. 
The first Friday in May is set aside to honor the sacrifices made by those law enforcement officers of Montgomery County that have lost their lives in the line of duty. 
Thanks to all the men and women that work hard to keep our community safeImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Bless all of the policemen for putting their lives in danger to protect everyone!

Thank you for being at the memorial ceremony. Please stay safe! We really appreciate all that you do!

This is a very special tribute. Glad our Officers could participate. Shirley Whitt

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Beautiful day for the DEA National Take Back! We will be set up outside Kroger at 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd. in Moraine. Come see us from 10AM to 2PM, and bring any of your unused prescriptions so we can properly dispose of them. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
Beautiful day for the DEA National Take Back! We will be set up outside Kroger at 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd. in Moraine. Come see us from 10AM to 2PM, and bring any of your unused prescriptions so we can properly dispose of them.Image attachment

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It was a great turn out. Thank you to everyone that participated!

Tnx for doing this!

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A huge THANK YOU to Mission BBQ who dropped off food for all three shifts this week. Their food was delicious and we appreciate their generosity and support! ... See MoreSee Less

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A huge THANK YOU to Mission BBQ who dropped off food for all three shifts this week. Their food was delicious and we appreciate their generosity and support!Image attachment

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Great job serving the first responders!

Wow! That was nice!

Well deserved πŸ‘!!

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Come see us tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kroger, 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd., to turn in your unused prescription medication.This month we are partnering with Kroger and the Montgomery County Prevention Coalition for the DEA National Drug Take Back event on Saturday, April 27th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please come see us with your unused prescription medication at Kroger, 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd. in Moraine. We hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
Come see us tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kroger, 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd., to turn in your unused prescription medication.

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4200 Dryden Rd. Moraine, Ohio 45439

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