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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Detectives Desk: Scam Alert

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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
911 What is your emergency??? If you have never had to make a call and hear these words you are lucky. The dispatchers at our department answer the phone with that greeting many times in a shift. While the 911 caller is living a traumatic experience, each dispatcher absorbs a piece of that experience. Yet, they continue to answer the call daily, providing the highest level of service possible. During this week, we want to tip our caps to our dispatchers. They are our first responders and often obtain vital information to keep us and the community safe. We are thankful for all of you and everything that you do!!! Happy Dispatcher Appreciation Week!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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On Thursday, Deputy Chief Jason Neubauer and Centerville Police Lieutenant Joe Lavigne spoke with local behavioral health professionals at Montgomery County ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services) on the Limitations of Law Enforcement on Behavioral Health Issues. The presentation allowed participants to gain a better understanding of law enforcement's role in the criminal justice system as it relates to mental health. ... See MoreSee Less

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DRUG TAKE-BACK; On Saturday, April 24, 2021, from 10am to 2pm we will be in the front lobby of the Moraine Municipal Building, 4200 Dryden Rd., to collect unused and unwanted prescriptions.The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.The Moraine Police Division will only accept prescriptions in pill form. If you have a prescription that is a liquid we suggest putting it in an absorbent material to dispose of it.We hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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We would like to congratulate Sgt. Liz Adams for being named our Employee of the Month for March. Sgt. Adams is a dedicated member of our division and serves in several capacities vital to our mission. She was recently recognized by the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit for her investigative efforts in 2020. Congratulations Sgt. Adams and job well done! ... See MoreSee Less

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Pinwheels for Prevention April 2021!We are joining Pinwheels for Prevention- Prevent Child Abuse America, Dayton Children's Hospital, and the CARE HOUSE Child Advocacy Center in raising awareness for Child Abuse Prevention in the month of April. You may notice we have planted a pinwheel garden outside of the police department. Pinwheel gardens represent our effort to focus on community activities that support families and public policies that prioritize prevention right from the start to ensure that child abuse and neglect never occur. Pinwheels are used to help educate communities about the importance of supporting children and families. Shining in the sun, the pinwheel is reflective of the bright future all children deserve and our belief that getting it right early is less costly than trying to fix it later. -Pinwheels for PreventionStop by the police department and see our pinwheel garden. We can have a conversation about child abuse prevention while you're here. Kids, we are also inviting you to color your own pinwheel. Coloring pages and crayons are available in our lobby anytime. We would love to display your artwork in the police department lobby. Each child who brings their colored pinwheel back to the police department will receive a special gift and your artwork will be displayed all month long!It's time to start a new conversation about child abuse, break the silence around it, and take action to end it. Our community is depending on it. ... 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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