|Police Chief:||James L. Toles|
|Chief’s Office:||(513) 761-1699 Ext 140|
Dear Residents and Business Owners:
It is an honor to introduce the Crime in America Program to our friends in the community.
We in law enforcement believe strongly in public education for crime prevention. Every citizen can make a contribution, ranging from reporting a crime in progress or suspicious activity, to such basics as burglar-proofing one’s home or teaching family members how to be safe when out of the home.
We are committed to your protection but we cannot be everywhere at the moment of every crime. So, we rely on your information so that we can respond where and when needed. We also rely on your support of our efforts to disseminate crime prevention education to the public.
We pledge, as always, to do our best to protect our community, to make it a safe and good place to live, work and play. We look forward to your cooperation. Together we can control crime. My appreciation goes to the individuals who make every attempt to better our community.
I ask you, the citizens, to continue your support toward the Police Department in fighting crime to keep our community safe. The more you know, the safer you will be.
Chief of Police
We, the Lockland Police Department, are committed to work in partnership with our community, to safeguard life and property while ensuring the rights of all people, and thereby enhancing the quality of life for our citizens.
Fairness: We will consistently treat everyone with dignity, compassion and respect without prejudice. We will also respect individual rights through impartial law enforcement.
Integrity: We will strive to uphold public trust through honesty, competence and consistency in our beliefs and actions. We will also be held to the highest standards of professionalism through moral and ethical conduct.
Loyalty: Department members shall remain dedicated to the department mission and to one another in their personal and professional pursuits.
Nurture the respect, confidence and trust of our community and other departments
Detect and apprehend criminals through pro-active and preventative means
Increase pro-active and preventative initiatives throughout the community
Establish trust and maintain order in the community.
Identify and address current and future needs of our community with regard to police service
“Citizen Complaint Form”
The reputation of the Lockland Police Department depends on the discipline, professionalism and integrity of each of its members. To a large degree, the image of the Department is determined by the manner in which it responds to allegation of misconduct of members.
It is the policy of the Lockland Police Department to promptly and thoroughly investigate all complaints of alleged officer misconduct and to equitably determine the validity of such allegations.
Complaints against an officer must be made in person at the Lockland Police Department. This complaint form must be completed at the Department and witnessed by an officer.
The purpose of the tip line is to give everyone a method to relay information to the police department. Information will be forwarded to whomever it is addressed. If not addressed, it will be reviewed by the police department and forwarded to the appropriate person(s). To submit a tip, you can send an E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, call (513) 761-1699, or send a letter to the Lockland Police Department at 101 N. Cooper Avenue, Lockland, Ohio 45215.
Colonel James Toles
Sergeant Chris Moermond
Sergeant Scott Godbey
Sergeant Chris Lind
Sergeant Paul McDonald
Officer Josh Roush
Officer Greg Levo
Officer Austin Poe
Officer Larry Jaycox III
Officer Patrick Wilder
Officer Robert Bast
Officer Jake Hornback
Officer Brandon Robinson
Officer Anthony Armbruster
Officer Edward Stecki
Clerk Laurie Pitsch