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Do not hang up on the 9-1-1 operator. Explain that the call was made in error and there is no emergency. If you hang up without doing this, the 9-1-1 operator will call you back, and if your line is busy or there is no answer, an officer will be sent out to investigate.
Visit the departments Records Section Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or mail in your request. Call (937) 427-5530 to obtain the cost of the report prior to mailing in your request. Payment must accompany the request, as well as a self-addressed stamped envelope.
The Beavercreek Police Department has a prescription drug drop-off box located on the mezzanine level of the building lobby. You can bring in unwanted medications in pill or capsule form at any time. You must first remove them from individual packaging and containers and place in a clear bag before depositing in the box. We do not accept pill bottles, boxes, or blister packs. We also cannot accept creams, liquids, sprays, inhalers, needles, syringes, Epi-pens, ointments, suspensions and fluids. The drop box is for residential use only.
You can submit anonymous tips on your smartphone through our new tip411 Mobile app. If you do not have a smartphone, you can also text your message or tip to 847411 and enter the keyword "BeavercreekPD" followed by your text message. Click here for more details.
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office processes both BCI and FBI (state and federal) Web Checks at its offices located at 105 E. Market Street, Xenia, OH 45385. Civilian fingerprinting is also handled at that location.
You can bring the ticket and fine to the Communications Section at the police department, 24 hours a day, or you can mail it to the address on the citation. Remember, this citation DOES NOT go on your driving record.
Yes, you can utilize Coplogic, the department's oline reporting system. It will help you identify whether you need to contact an officer directly, depending on the nature of the report, and then guide you through the process.
If you want to make a complaint, comment or compliment about the treatment you received or the actions of an officer, please contact the on-duty supervisor to discuss your experience. You can also utilize Coplogic to report your comments.
You can submit your request one of three ways: either through a fillable Vacation House Check form; by downloading, completing, and scanning a Vacation House Check PDF form to email@example.com, or by utilizing "Coplogic" (our online reporting system), and selecting option #12.
While we do not offer child car seat checks at this time, the Beavercreek Township Fire Department offers child car seat inspections and installations by appointment only. Please click here for more information.