Taylor Mill Police Department

  • Agency: Taylor Mill Police Department
  • Address: 5227 Taylor Mill Road, Taylor Mill, 41015 KY
  • Chief: Steve Knauf (Chief of Police)
Phone: 859 581-1192
Fax: 859-581-0220

Taylor Mill Police Department is located at 5227 Taylor Mill Road, Taylor Mill, 41015 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve Knauf. The Taylor Mill Police Department phone number is 859 581-1192.

Taylor Mill Police Department News

Please support the Taylor Mill Police Explorers. This fundraiser will help cover the cost of unifroms, equipment, training, and competitions. Follow the link below. We thank you in advance for any support your able to provide. https://www.customink.com/fundraising/taylormillexplorers?share=4391524717759073&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=taylormillexplorers&utm_campaign=desktop-post-launch-v2&ref=facebook_social_desktop-post-launch-v2&side=front&type=1&zoom=false

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The Taylor Mill Police Department is aware of a post circulating on social media as it relates to the death of a dog. There was no collar that would identify the dog and it was not microchipped. The police department is currently investigating the situation and anyone with information is asked to call the police department.

Information regarding the closing of Wayman Branch Road.

Please join us for an active shooter preparedness presentation. RUN - HIDE - FIGHT ACTIVE SHOOTER PREPAREDNESS for individuals, schools, businesses, churches, and all organizations. Thursday, April 19, 2018 7:00 p.m. Park Place Community Center (Pride Park) -Build safety tactics -Learn what you should do and not do -Learn the mental side of security -Learn tips of how to be safe RSVP by Monday, April 16, 2018 to Gena Forsyth at gforsyth@taylormillky.gov or 859-581-3234.

On March 14, 2018, Taylor Mill City Commission Meeting, the Taylor Mill Police Explorers were recognized for their continued success. In early February they traveled to Gatlinburg, TN, to compete in Winterfest 2018. While there they competed in numerous events, placing 3rd in Felony Traffic Stop. During the meeting, they were presented with a framed certificate congratulating them for their hard work!

On March 14, 2018, Taylor Mill City Commission Meeting, the commission and the Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney, Rob Sanders, Presented Sgt. Cyrus Harris, with a plaque recognizing his hard work during the investigation into the murder of Taylor Mill resident, Trina Coleman. The plaque stated: "In recognition of your outstanding performance in the investigation, testimony and murder conviction of Lamont Johnson, where your partnership with prosecuting Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders proved instrumental in securing a life in prison sentence and a measure of justice for murder victim Trina Coleman and her family." We are very proud of the dedicated work that both Sgt. Harris and Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders provided this case from start to finish!

UPDATE: The roadway is now open to all traffic. Thank you for your understanding. Be advised that Church Street is closed to thru traffic due to high water. Please use other routes.

Sgt. Spanyer has a strong relationship with Brandi, a Taylor Mill resident. Recently, Sgt. Spanyer found out that Brandi was a loyal fan of the TV Show, Police Women of Cincinnati. Brandi is a huge fan of Officer Deegan, an officer featured on the show. Once Sgt. Spanyer was made aware of this she arranged a meeting at the Taylor Mill City Building with Brandi and Officer Deegan. Below is a picture that was taken during that meeting. Way to go Sgt. Spanyer and Cincinnati Police Department Officer Deegan!

UPDATE: The roadway has been cleared and opened. Northbound Taylor Mill Rd will be shut down from Mason Rd to Grand Ave this morning due to a traffic crash. The closure is needed so that the vehicle can be removed from its current location. Please seek an alternate route.

Use caution as roads have become hazardous. Crews have been called in and are working to treat roadways.

WE'RE HIRING! POLICE OFFICER Nationally Accredited Law Enforcement Agency The City of Taylor Mill, Kentucky is accepting applications for the position of a full-time police officer, lateral applicants preferred. Applicants must be 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen, possess a high school diploma or GED. Lateral applicants must possess KLEC/POPS certification. Applicant must possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license and be a Kentucky resident. The starting salary range is $45,036 – $50,036, plus incentive and benefits. Applicants must be willing and able to satisfactorily complete pre-employment testing, background investigation and attend police basic training if necessary. Applications are available at the police department or online at www.taylormillky.gov Applications must be received no later than 5:00 PM, Friday, January 26, 2018. Equal Opportunity Employer Applications may be submitted to: Taylor Mill Police Department Attn: Chief of Police 5227 Taylor Mill Road Taylor Mill, KY 41015

Roadways in and around Taylor Mill are hazardous this morning due to the new snowfall. Please use caution if you are traveling on the roadways. Road crews have been notified and are working to treat all roadways at this time.

News Release – Immediate On November 2, 2016, the Taylor Mill Police Department began the investigation into the Homicide of Trina Coleman of Sharon Drive in Taylor Mill. The investigation lead to the arrest of Lamont Johnson on November 7, 2016 for the death of Ms. Coleman. Today, the investigation, led by Taylor Mill Police Detective Cyrus Harris, culminated with the conviction of Lamont Johnson for the Murder of Ms. Coleman. Chief Steve Knauf noted this was the first murder in the city in almost thirty years and the work of Detective Harris, along with the guidance/prosecution of Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders proved instrumental in the swift apprehension and subsequent murder conviction. The jury trial of Lamont Johnson began on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, in Kenton County Circuit Court and lasted 4 days, the jury deliberated less than one (1) hour and return the verdict of Guilty of Murder against Johnson. The Jury recommended the sentence of Life in Prison. Formal sentencing of Lamont Johnson will be in March of 2018.

A Snow Emergency has officially been issued for the City of Taylor Mill until noon on Saturday, January 13, 2018. During a snow emergency "ON STREET" PARKING is PROHIBITED on ALL STREETS within the community. Vehicles parked on the street pose a hazard to ALL emergency vehicles and their operators. They also delay the timely treatment of roadways impacted by snow and ice. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated and also required by law. Please plan ahead and make arrangements to park your vehicle(s) at an OFF STREET location for at least the next 24 to 48 hours. Vehicles that are not in compliance with the parking requirements of the snow emergency will be ticketed and/or towed.

JUST AS A REMINDER: Predicted weather conditions may require that we issue a snow and ice emergency. Please remember during a snow and ice emergency parking on public streets is prohibited.

Crews are working a significant gas leak on Kollman Ave. Please use caution when in the area. Duke Energy is on scene and working to resolve the issue.

Check out our new App! Connect with the Taylor Mill Police Department today by downloading the MyPD App available in the Android Market and iTunes Store. Once downloaded, search "Taylor Mill Police Department" in the MyPD App. The MyPD App provides residents an opportunity to commend an officer, ask questions, provide feedback, receive news & alerts, submit crime tips, and more.

Don’t forget this program while you are out of town!

Congratulations to Sergeant James Mills for graduating from the Academy of Police Supervision (APS), at the Department of Criminal Justice Training. APS is three weeks of training, designed to be the first course in leadership development for Sergeants or First Line Supervisors. Topics include: Situational Leadership, Emotional and Social Intelligence, Generational and Diversity Issues, Public Speaking, Leading Change, Problem Solving and Decision-making and Additional Leadership Paradigms.

Congratulations to Sergeant James Mills and all other graduates of the Academy of Police Supervision!

All roads are open at this time. Traffic will be impacted on Taylor Mill Road and Pride Parkway for the parade. Please use caution in the area and expect delays.

Upcoming road closure information.