Springfield Township Police Department
1130 Compton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Police Chief - Dave Heimpold
The Springfield Township Police Department exists to serve the residents of the Township. Residents are encouraged to contact the Police Department at 729-1300 to report any suspicious behavior or incidences.
Our goal is to provide general and specialized law enforcement services in the most professional manner possible.
The Springfield Township Police Department has four full-time detectives to conduct follow-up investigations of criminal offenses. Other specialized units include two traffic safety, one K-9 unit and two full-time school resource officers. The police department also has personnel assigned to special countywide teams, such as SWAT, The Hamilton County Honor Guard and D.A.R.T. (Drug Abuse Reduction Task force).
- Community Oriented Policing
- IMPACT Team
- Directed Patrol Activities
Programs & Services Offered to Residents & Schools:
In addition to providing law enforcement services, the police department conducts programs such as; the Citizen Police Academy, block watch programs, bike patrols, and crime prevention programs. These programs are available for presentation to residents, civic and business groups.
Members of the Police Department participate in the following special services and programs:
- Peer Mediation and Anger Management Programs within Township Schools
- Police Explorers Program
- Citizens Police Academy
- Kids Police Academy
- Child Fingerprinting
- Neighborhood Crime Watch Program
- Vacation Home Checks
- Unofficial Juvenile Court Program
- "Most Wanted" Band