Police Organization

The Beavercreek Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for the City of Beavercreek.
The department’s primary responsibilities include the prevention of crime, protection of life and property, suppression of criminal activity, apprehension and prosecution of offenders, regulation of non-criminal conduct, and preservation of the public peace.

Under the command of the Chief of Police, the Police Department’s responsibilities are further divided into 3 sections:
  • Operations Division
  • Support Services Division
  • Special Services Division

Chief of Police


The Chief of Police is responsible for all police operations. The Chief coordinates, organizes, directs and controls activities, implements policy, and makes necessary personnel and procedural changes to ensure the effective operation of the Police Department. The Chief's Administrative Assistant coordinates the budgeting and purchasing process.  

Three Division Captains and the Administrative Assistant to the Police Chief are directly accountable to the Chief of Police.

Operations Division


The Operations Division is commanded by a Captain and is responsible for all primary police functions, including: 
The Operations Division also includes Bike Patrol, Crisis Intervention Team, Court Liaison, Explorer Program, and Field Training Program.

Support Services Division


The Support Services Division is commanded by a Captain and consists of a variety of functions that include:
  • Accreditation
  • Evaluations
  • Inspections
  • Planning and Research
  • Police Communications and Records
  • Property Room and Evidence
  • Regional Emergency Response Team
  • Technical Services
  • Training
The Support Services Division also includes Fleet, Facilities, Uniforms and Equipment, Grants, Grievance Administration, Recruitment and Selection.

Special Services Division


The Special Services Division is commanded by a Captain and consists of several functions that support the operations of the Police Department. The functional responsibilities include:
  • Citizens Police Academy
  • Community Engagement
  • Crime Analysis
  • Criminal Intelligence
  • Criminal Investigations
  • DARE Program
  • Juvenile Operations
  • Public Information Officer/Social Media Administration
  • Vice and Organized Crime
  • Victim / Witness Liaison
The Special Services Division also includes Alarm Administration, Forensic Services, Interagency Investigative Unit, Internal Affairs & Discipline, and Internship Program.