Dayton Police Department

  • Agency: Dayton Police Department
  • Address: 514 6th Ave, Dayton, 41074 KY
  • Chief: Mark Brown (Chief of Police)
Phone: 859 261-1471
Fax: 859-261-0626

Dayton Police Department is located at 514 6th Ave, Dayton, 41074 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Brown. The Dayton Police Department phone number is 859 261-1471.

Dayton Police Department News

We are attempting to locate any family members to Rosy Pink Workman. This tombstone was found in the 1000 block of Dayton Avenue and we would like to return it back to the family. If anyone has any information please contact the Dayton Police Department at 859-261-1471. Thank you

Thank You Hero K9 for your generosity!

The Dayton Police Department has partnered with @OfferUp and now has a designated #MeetUpSpot that gives an easier way to help keep our community safer when buying or selling products from the internet. The @OfferUp MeetUp Spots program will help eliminate the need for two strangers to exchange items at a home or residence. Having a designated public space to conduct a transaction can help deter criminal intent and activity. The #MeetUpSpot is located in the public City Parking Lot across from the Police and Fire Department.

Update: Danny Lightfoot Jr. has been picked up by Newport Police Department for multiple campbell county warrants. Thank you to all who assisted in apprehending him.

We would like to give a big Thank you to Hero K9 for awarding our department the Equipment Grant for our K9 Tesa! Sgt. Marksberry and K9 Tesa will be provided with a door pop & heat alarm system at no cost. Thanks Hero K9 for helping us keep Tesa and Sgt. Marksberry safe!

Reminder: The neighborhood watch meeting is tonight at 7pm. However, the location for the meeting has changed to the YMCA. Thank you.

We would like to congratulate Sgt. David Lillich for graduating DOCJT Academy of Police Supervision today! What a great job and great accomplishment Sarg!

Heroin taking over in America! This article talks about the Cartels and how their heroin profits have boosted since painkiller supplies have tightened up. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-05-11/the-heroin-business-is-booming-in-america

The Dayton Police Department is looking for Danny Lightfoot Jr. He has multiple Warrants in Campbell County. If seen please contact 911, or Non-Emergency Dispatch at 859-292-3622, or you can contact the Police administrative office Monday-Friday 9am-5pm at 859-261-1471. Thank you

The next neighborhood watch meeting will be held on 5/22/2017 at 7:00pm at the First Baptist Church.

Here are the police runs for March 2017.

We apologize for the delay, here are our CAD runs for January and February 2017.

There have been a string of car break-ins in the Ft. Thomas area at Robinette. If anyone can identify this person or has any information regarding any possible suspects, please contact the Ft. Thomas Police Department at 859-441-6562. Thank you.

Thank you for everyone's cooperation. We have since been able to identify the suspect who stole the iron fence.

This is a snap shot photo of someone stealing an iron rod fence from a property today. The Dayton Police Department is looking for Daniel or Brenda Hughes, driving a 1996 Green Ford Bronco. If anyone has any information regarding these people or this incident please contact the Dayton Police Department. Thank you.

Officer Zebell with the Dayton Police Department, showing support at the Special Olympics.

We are currently investigatng a theft and criminal mischief that occurred at Dayton Laundry. If anyone can identify these two suspects or has any information relating to this case, please contact the Dayton Police Department at 859-261-1471. Thank you.

Michelle Harris has warrants for her arrest by Campbell County, Kenton County and KY Probation and Parole. Her warrants range from traffic offenses to Felony Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument. If you see Harris or know where she is please call Campbell County Dispatch at 859-292-3622 or 911.

Calls for Service Reports for October & November 2016.

There has been some questions as to when officers can arrest and when they can not. Here is the Kentucky Revised Statutes that officers have to follow by law.

The next Neighborhood Watch meeting will be on Monday 11/21/2016 at 7:00pm at the First Baptist Church.

September 2016 Patrol Report

The Dayton Police Department was dispatched to the area of 201 Clay in regards to a man with a gun. Due to the nature of the call Dayton Schools were put on lockdown. Officers arrived at the scene and located the male subject with a toy gun. The male was playing a joke on another family member. He was strongly advised about the nature of horseplay outside with a fake gun. The toy gun was seized and the schools were notified that everything was ok.

The Dayton Police Department would like your help to identify the people in the following photos. They are suspects in a theft that occurred at The Dayton Laundry on 6th Avenue. They broke into the change machine and stole the money out of it. If you have any information regarding the identity of these people please contact the Dayton Police Department at 859-261-1471. Thank you.