Brianna Tillet has been found.
Campbell County Police Department is located at 8774 Constable Drive, Alexandria, 41001 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Keith Hill. The Campbell County Police Department phone number is 859 547-3100.
Brianna Tillet has been found.
The Campbell County Police Department would like to congratulate our Police Explorer Program for their exceptional performance at this year’s Southwest Ohio Regional District Competition. They competed against 14 other Explorer posts in various scenario-based events and did an amazing job: 1st Place- Driving Course 2nd Place- Burglary in Progress 2nd Place- Auto Accident 3rd Place- Bomb Scene 4th Place- Critical Incident 5th Place- Crime Scene The Explorer Program was created for area youth between the ages of 14-21 who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. For more information about the program, contact us at (859) 547-3177, or send us a message on our Facebook Page
The Campbell County Police will be participating in the “Click It or Ticket” Campaign. Motorists are reminded to buckle up. Enforcement will be heightened through Memorial Day. Aimed at enforcing seat belt use to help keep you and your family safe, the national seat belt campaign will take place May 21st through June 3rd, concurrent with one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the year. Of the 782 highway fatalities last year in Kentucky, 51 percent were not wearing a seat belt. Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicate that seat belts, when worn correctly, reduce the risk of fatalities by 45 percent for front-seat vehicle occupants and by 60 percent for pickup truck, SUV and minivan occupants. Also according to NHTSA, regular seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect against and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.
CCPD is seeking applicants for two volunteer positions. Volunteers are needed for daily functions that include clerical assignments and community events. Applications can be picked up and the Campbell County Police Department. Applicants are also welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org to have an application sent to them.
The Campbell County Police Department has one more lateral position to be filled. Current officers with 2+ years of experience are encouraged to apply! See below for details...
The Campbell County Police Department is seeking information regarding a fatal traffic collision on Alexandria Pike between Autumn Lane and Low Gap Road in Cold Spring, on March 3, 2016, at approximately 6:45 p.m. Specifically, we are attempting to locate an individual who stopped at the scene briefly, and commented to having observed some driving behaviors of one of the vehicles prior to the collision. If you, or someone you know, stopped by the scene of this collision and were not interviewed by a police officer, please contact the Campbell County Police Department at 859-547-3100.
Multiple street signs, stop signs, and other signs have been destroyed in Campbell County over the past several weeks. The damage is being caused by a truck intentionally driving over them. Please report suspicious activity. Tell us what you know. Anonymous tip line 859-547-3101. Non-emergency dispatch 859-292-3622. For emergencies dial 911.
Mark your calendars for the spring clean up!
UPDATE: This vehicle has been identified. Thanks for your help. The vehicle hauling the water tank in the pic was involved in a hit/skip traffic accident at the NKY Saddle Club. If you have any information, please contact the Campbell County Dispatch. 859-292-3622
The Campbell County Citizens’ Academy (CCCA) is an eight-week educational program designed to educate, involve, and engage Campbell County citizens in the work of various county government entities. It offers participants exposure to a wide variety of subjects and presenters, including local elected officials and county and other professional staff. You must be at least eighteen years of age and a current resident or business owner in Campbell County, Kentucky, to participate.
Alexandria, KY — January 12, 2018 – 9:30 PM — The Campbell County Office of Emergency Management, with the concurrence of the Campbell County Transportation Department, Campbell County Police Department, Campbell County Sheriff’s Department and the County Judge/Executive's Office has issued a Level One Travel Advisory for Campbell County, Kentucky. This travel advisory is intended to notify Campbell County residents of hazardous road conditions. Cautious driving is advised. This travel advisory is not mandatory nor is it an order declaring nonessential traffic illegal. This travel advisory will be effective until further notice. William R. Turner, Director of the Campbell County Office of Emergency Management urges motorist to use extreme caution should travel be necessary. This travel advisory will be rescinded by the Office of Emergency Management when, upon concurrence with the Transportation Department, road conditions are no longer in a dangerous or hazardous condition. Alexandria, KY — January 12, 2018 – 9:30 PM — The Campbell County Office of Emergency Management, with the concurrence of the Campbell County Transportation Department, Campbell County Police Department, Campbell County Sheriff’s Department and the County Judge/Executive's Office has issued a Level One Travel Advisory for Campbell County, Kentucky. This travel advisory is intended to notify Campbell County residents of hazardous road conditions. Cautious driving is advised. This travel advisory is not mandatory nor is it an order declaring nonessential traffic illegal. This travel advisory will be effective until further notice. William R. Turner, Director of the Campbell County Office of Emergency Management urges motorist to use extreme caution should travel be necessary. This travel advisory will be rescinded by the Office of Emergency Management when, upon concurrence with the Transportation Department, road conditions are no longer in a dangerous or hazardous condition.
The Campbell County Office of Emergency Management will be testing the new Outdoor Warning Siren located at A J Jolly Park on Thursday (1/11/2018) afternoon around 2:00 PM. If you hear, a siren in this area of the county there is no need for alarm.
The Campbell County Police Department is seeking lateral candidates for the position of police officer. Please see the attached flyer for additional information. Contact us at 859-547-3100 for more details! Lateral candidates must have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience as a police officer. The candidate must be presently employed in a law enforcement position or must have served in a law enforcement position within the past twelve months. Candidates with police service established in states other than the Commonwealth may be considered for lateral entry, provided they meet the Basic Training requirements as set forth by the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council
This is the FINAL week to get your donations in for the Campbell County Police Department “Giving Tree!” All donated toys and gift cards go straight to the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center. The NKYCAC benefits children and their families who are victims of sexual or physical abuse in our county. There is still time to stop by and grab a tag from the Giving Tree! All donations need to be in by this Friday, December 15. Thank you for your support! If you have questions, please call CCPD at 547-3100.
The countdown is on! We have TEN days left to collect toys and gift cards for the Campbell County Police Department’s Giving Tree! Your donations benefit the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center, which helps children who are victims of physical and/or sexual abuse in our County. The donations have been steadily coming in and we appreciate all the community support that we have received! Let’s keep them coming! We will be accepting donations until December 15. If you have any questions about this program, please call CCPD at 547-3100.
As a matter of practice, the Campbell County Police Department investigates overdose deaths with the goal of bringing criminal charges against drug dealers whenever possible. If the offender is outside of our jurisdictional limits, we coordinate our efforts with the appropriate local and/or federal law enforcement agencies to pursue the offender. Through the outstanding efforts of the Hamilton County Heroin Task Force and our own Narcotics Investigators, Michael Chandler has been sentenced in relation to an overdose death of a juvenile in Campbell County. http://cincinnatienquirer.oh.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=0b19884b7
This year, the staff of the Campbell County Police is doing a "Giving Tree" at Campbell County Police Department in our main lobby. We will have a tree filled with tags listing an item for a child. The items range from grocery gift cards, to small toys. These items will be donated to the Northern Kentucky Children's Advocacy Center to help families in crisis. The Police Department works with NKYCAC on a weekly, sometimes daily basis to help child victims here in Campbell County. The Giving Tree will be up from Nov. 13 until December 15. I hope that you all will help me in supporting our youngest members of the community this Christmas. Any questions, feel free to call Nikki at 859-547-3100 or message here on Facebook. You can read more about the NKYCAC at www.nkycac.com . Please feel free to share this post!
Throughout the month of November, you may notice that some of your Campbell County Police Officers are looking a bit more….. “scruffy” than usual! This will not be the new norm, but it’s an opportunity for our officers to support a worthwhile cause! Beards, goatees, and mustaches have been authorized for this month only as our officers participate in “No-Shave November.” Officers wishing to participate donate money based upon the amount of facial hair they want to have – more hair – more money! All monies collected will be donated to the NKY Children’s Advocacy Center, a non-profit organization that offers a variety of services to abused children and teenagers.
**UPDATE** This suspect has been identified and arrested in Muhlenberg County, KY. Please help identify this suspect. He is wanted for questioning in several recent burglaries and thefts. If you have any information contact the Campbell County Police 859-547-3100 or Campbell County Dispatch at 859-292-3622.
After a collaborative effort between more than 10 law enforcement agencies across the Tri-State, the Campbell County Police Department is pleased to announce the arrest of Mark Burgin and Angela Roberts. The two were arrested in Miami County, Ohio yesterday, and are accused of committing dozens of burglaries throughout the region. The CCPD would like to thank the citizens of Campbell County for providing tips, looking out for their neighbors, and sharing department announcements; all of which assisted the investigation.
Kentucky Residents using out of state tags to avoid paying taxes. Kentucky Department of Revenue - Freddie Freeloader Program Report Freeloaders – 1-800-882-8990 The Problem Thousands of Kentuckians are beating the system through the improper use in Kentucky of motor vehicles bearing out-of-state license plates or improper use of temporary or other tags. Such use costs Kentucky millions of dollars annually in motor vehicle usage tax and ad valorem property tax. The Law Kentucky law requires the registration of motor vehicles within 15 days from the date they are brought into Kentucky for use. A 6 percent motor vehicle usage tax is levied on motor vehicles for the privilege of operating on Kentucky highways, based on the value at the time they are first placed in service in Kentucky. Property tax is assessed annually on vehicles used in Kentucky on January 1, based on their fair cash value. Who Loses? You do! Kentucky residents beating the system by registering vehicles in other states in order to avoid motor vehicle usage tax and ad valorem property tax make you, the honest taxpayer, the loser. Also, new residents beating the system by failing to register their vehicles within 15 days after they move into Kentucky makes you the loser. The ultimate losers are your local school districts and services dependent on revenues from the taxes that are avoided. Where the Money Goes The motor vehicle usage tax is used to build and maintain Kentucky's highways. Approximately 60 percent of the ad valorem property tax is returned to the local community, funding your public schools, your fire departments, your police departments, your ambulance services, and your libraries, with the remainder contributing to the General Fund. The Solution If you observe Kentucky residents evading the system by operating motor vehicles on Kentucky highways for more than 15 days with out-of-state license plates or more than 30 days with temporary or other tags, please help the Department of Revenue identify these Freeroaders by calling toll free 1-800-882-8990 or completing the online form at the top of this page, to the right. When you call, give as much of the information as possible on the Tip Information Sheet. You need not identify yourself when calling or submitting an online tip. The Department of Revenue will take appropriate action to collect taxes due. Source: https://revenue.ky.gov/Property/Pages/Freddie-Freeroader-Program.aspx