Community Engagement Officer

Committed to service excellence, the Beavercreek Police Department maintains an active Community Engagement unit that assists citizens, businesses, schools, associations, service organizations, and various other groups in Beavercreek with community events and activities, and provides education and training opportunities on crime prevention, security and safety.  A component of our Special Services Division, the Community Engagement program is headed by Sergeant Nick Amato and Community Engagement Officer (CEO) Kris Brownlee. To request an officer to attend or speak at an event, please fill out the Community Engagement Request Form and return to either Sergeant Amato or Officer Brownlee.  For more information, contact either Sergeant Amato or Officer Brownlee at 937-426-1225.

Services and Activities

  • Public Safety Information
  • Home and Business Security Analysis
  • Neighborhood Watch Program
  • Citizens Police Academy
  • Assist with Community Youth Programs
  • Annual Open House
  • Safety Town 
  • R.A.D. Training (Women's Self-defense Training)

Crime Prevention Functions

  • National Night Out 
  • Member of Miami Valley Crime Prevention Association
  • Member of Ohio Crime Prevention Association