Winchester Police Department

  • Agency: Winchester Police Department
  • Address: 24 Washington St, Winchester, 45697 OH
  • Chief: Greg Caudill (Chief of Police)
Phone: 937-695-5502

Winchester Police Department is located at 24 Washington St, Winchester, 45697 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Caudill. The Winchester Police Department phone number is 937-695-5502.

Winchester Police Department News

UPDATE 4/17/18 4PM Shirley Smalley has been located and currently safe and sound. We appreciate everyone's help locating her. Missing Person: Shirley Smalley 77 years of age with Alzheimer's and heart condition, was last seen at her apartment 134 Pleasant Alley in Winchester on 4-16-2018 @ 10am. If you have an information please contact our dispatch at 544-2314. Chief David Benjamin

One of our local residents have located this lost dog please contact us if you are the owner. 937.544.2314 or 937.695.5502

The Winchester Police Department has received reports of vehicle break-ins the last 2 days. Please contact us if you see anyone suspicious in the neighborhood and be diligent in protecting your property, lock your vehicles, do not leave valuables out, and keep your property well lit. 937-544-2314 or 937-695-5502 Chief David Benjamin 971

UPDATE: The vehicle has been recovered and 2 suspects have been charged. We would like to thank everyone for their assistance in this case and every case. UPDATE: This stolen vehicle was seen at the 1st Stop in Winchester approximately 2 hours ago. Please call our dispatch immediately if you see it or have any information.

UPDATE: The dog has been returned home safe and sound thank you to all involved. If you have lost your dog please let us know he has been located.

If your a female in need of free drug treatment this is a proven faith based addiction treatment. The Refuge Men's treatment has been a great option for us to use in the past and we are sure the women's will be as well.

The Winchester Police Department continues to be diligent against the ongoing drug problem in our community. We will not tolerate drugs in our community without consequences!! Please continue to help us as we battle for the Village of Winchester! God bless you and please stay safe, Chief David Benjamin.

The Winchester Police Department is investigating a stolen vehicle case. A 2005 Ford Escape Maroon in color with a temporary tag was stolen from the park & ride in Winchester if you have any information about the case please contact our department or Adams County dispatch (937-695-5502 or 937-544-2314)

UPDATE: We closed all bids today at 1pm on the Crown Vic and the S-10 but we were notified by our solicitor we can not open the bids until our March Council meeting on the 13th. We apologize for the delay and inconvenience. The Winchester Police Department is accepting sealed bids on a 2009 Ford Crown Victoria until March 1st 2018 @ 1:00 pm. The car is sold as is the motor and transmission are in good working condition. The car does have front end damage and currently has 159,101 miles. If you wish to bid on this vehicle you can drop it off or mail it to the city building @ 24 W. Washington St. Winchester, OH 45697. The car will have to be paid for and picked up by March 8th 2018 unless other arrangements are agreed on.

Please be in prayer for the community of Westerville, Ohio, today we have had 2 of our brothers in blue killed. Our hearts are broken for the loss and we offer our thoughts, prayers and support for the officers family, friends and department. EOW 2/10/2018

In the month of January the Winchester Police Department has served 12 Bench Warrants through Mayor's Court. Many of these were arrested and housed in the Adams County work house, while many others posted bond. If you have a warrant through Winchester Mayors Court contact us to take care of you case 937-695-0880.

The Winchester Police Department is looking for a dark color Dodge Neon that struck a pedestrian and fled the scene on SR 136 at the Post Office. If you have any information please contact our dispatch immediately 9375442314. Your identity maay be kept confidential. Thank you for your help in solving this crime. UPDATE The investigation is still ongoing and following leads. We are going still looking for the suspect vehicle at this time.

Winchester Mayors Court 24 W. Washington St. Winchester, Ohio 45697 (937) 695-0880 If you miss a court date or do not pay your fine, you are subject to a Bench Warrant, License Suspension, and or a Warrant Block. If you currently have an outstanding Warrant or Suspension through our court please contact us so that we can work with you on getting your case current. If you are arrested on a Warrant you will be incarcerated! Please be aware of your upcoming court dates.

In this album, you will find the outstanding warrants of the Winchester Mayor's Court. If you have information on the location of any of these individuals, please contact the Winchester Police Department. WPD Office: 937-695-5502 Winchester Clerk: 937-695-0880 To make a payment by phone, please call 1-(877) 793-7938 or visit httpa// Clerk's Office is open M-F 9a-3p (Closed for Lunch 12p-1230p) To email the tip line: To leave a message: 937-697-1TIP (1847) / Voicemail or text accepted. 2018 Court Dates: 1/8 1/29 2/26 3/19 4/16 5/7 5/21 6/11 7/9 7/30 8/20 9/10 10/1 10/22 11/12 12/10

Today we celebrate the life of a great man who made a difference in our country not just by words but by actions. We can solve our problems by showing compassion, caring, helping and Loving our neighbor no matter their sex, race or nationality!! Have a great Martin Luther King Jr. Day and don't be afraid to make a difference in our community, start today! Chief David Benjamin

The Winchester Police Department was honored to show respects to fallen Hero Justin Richmond. The citizens of Adams County should be proud of such an amazing man whose gone way to soon. God bless you sir and thank you so much for your dedication, service, and sacrifices gone but not never forgotten.

Please be looking for this missing dog named Earl if you see his please call his owners at 513-430-1595 or contact dispatch so when can help him get home. 544-2314 Thank you all for your help!

We are experiencing dangerously cold please do not be outside unless you are dressed appropriately for the temperatures. Take extra care of your family and elderly neighbors to make sure they have everything they need. Please don't forget to give your pets the extra warmth they need as well. God bless you please stay warm and safe.

At this very special time of year we here at the Winchester Police Department would love to take the time to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. Please take this time to enjoy your family and friends and celebrate this wonderful holiday!

As a Chief of Police I deal with many situations I prefer to avoid but can't. That being said I serve with some of the most amazing officers that simply make my job joyful. I can't thank you enough for the love, care, and kindness you showed the children of Adams County and made a huge impact not only on their Christmas but there lives forever. #copscare

Last few photos of 2017 Adams County Shop with a Cop. Once again a huge success and the children touched our lives in a way that is unforgettable.