Blue Ash Police Department

  • Agency: Blue Ash Police Department
  • Address: 4343 Cooper Road, Blue Ash, 45242 OH
  • Chief: Chris Wallace (Chief of Police)
Phone: (513)745-8555
Fax: 513.745.8594

Blue Ash Police Department is located at 4343 Cooper Road, Blue Ash, 45242 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Chris Wallace. The Blue Ash Police Department phone number is (513)745-8555.

Blue Ash Police Department News

Don’t forget to change your clocks this weekend. It’s also a good time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors.

The UC Blue Ash Spring Scholarship Luncheon was held Thursday at Cooper Creek Event Center! BAPD Chief Scott Noel and Sgt. Jun Cho took a photo with Shelby Paul, one of the students receiving the Willa A. Washington/Hazelwood Community Justice Scholarship. BAPD is proud to partner with community members and UCBA to provide this scholarship for students from the Hazelwood community. Great job, Shelby!

Blue Ash PD’s own Sgt. Ballauer coached Hamilton County Deputy, Rob Merriweather, to victory in the heavyweight division of the Guns and Hoses charity boxing match last week in Columbus!

Sign up to take part in a women's unarmed self-defense course! Spots are limited. Email Sgt. Ballauer at pballauer@blueash.com to register and for more information.

An update on a case BAPD has been working on, along with several other agencies:

Thank you for putting this together Sycamore Community Schools. The Blue Ash Police Department is proud to be extremely involved in the Safe & Secure Schools Committee.

Blue Ash Police Charge Man in Public Indecency Investigation

The Better Business Bureau- Cincinnati is warning folks of storm repair scams following the recent flooding. Call BBB if you have questions about a contractor at 513-421-3015 and report any scam activity to BBB’s Scam Tracker, scamtracker.org. More information: http://go.bbb.org/2GNORMv

Thank you for your great work, Officer Nelson.

Blue Ash Police Arrest Man in Aggravated Robbery Incident

Bullying is a problem for children in schools across the nation. Parents - review these helpful resources for talking to your kids about the issue: http://bit.ly/2BHue5e

We hope you’re enjoying today’s beautiful weather! Please take extra precautions behind the wheel and watch out for runners/walkers at intersections and in crosswalks. Have a wonderful (and safe!) Tuesday.

Today, Blue Ash officers traveled to Westerville, OH to honor our fallen brothers Morelli and Joering. The outpouring of support from the community was very moving.

Another successful Coffee with a Cop is in the books. Thanks to everyone who came out and chatted with us!!

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those affected by the senseless tragedy in Parkland, FL.

BAPD enjoys a strong partnership with Operation Give Back. OGB and BAPD were able to bless over 400 children with donations through this alliance.

Come learn about local law enforcement efforts to combat human trafficking. BAPD’s own Officer Beth Roach will be the featured speaker. The meeting will be on 2-15-18 from 1p until 230p @ 3805 Edwards Rd. #500 Cinti, OH 45209

Happy Valentine’s Day from BAPD

Thanks to our friends at Trinity Community Church for our yummy Valentine’s Day treats!!!

Don’t break your Valentine’s heart. Texting can wait. Buckle up and drive safely!

Don’t forget Coffee with a Cop is Thursday, 2-15-18, from 5p-7p at the Blue Ash Rec. Ctr.

Today, The Blue Ash Police Department kicks off the employee spotlight program. We will feature a different employee every month. This month's spotlight is on Chief Scott Noel. Chief Scott Noel has been with the Blue Ash Police Department since 2002. During his tenure at Blue Ash, Scott has been assigned to road patrol, FTO, directed patrol, road patrol sergeant, and road patrol lieutenant. Scott is also a member of the Hamilton County Police Association SWAT Team. Scott’s hobbies include hunting, fishing, and golf.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters at Westerville (OH) Police Department.

Today, The Blue Ash Police Department celebrated the graduation of Lt. Roger Pohlman and Sgt. Allison Schlie from CLEE. CLEE is the certified law enforcement executive program; a 14 month intense academic program focused on leadership. Congratulations!!