Loveland Police Department

  • Agency: Loveland Police Department
  • Address: 126 South Lebanon Road, Loveland, 45140 OH
  • Chief:
Phone: 513-583-3000
Fax: 513-583-3011
Email:

Loveland Police Department is located at 126 South Lebanon Road, Loveland, 45140 OH. The Loveland Police Department phone number is 513-583-3000.

Loveland Police Department News

Mack and Officer Bibelhausen enjoyed their time with the students of St. Columban today!

Did you know April 28, 2018 is Drug Take Back day? Stop by the Loveland Safety Center or Loveland Elementary School and drop off your unneeded prescription medication and help Loveland fight addiction!! @LovelandSymmes, @lovelandtigers , @drug_taskforce https://t.co/SgK5FZbkAs

SERVICE and IMPROVEMENT are a large part of what LPD does everyday. Recently, LPD, Loveland City Schools, and the Loveland Symmes Fire Department began practicing our critical incident response every month during the school fire drills. Continuous, low stress, training enhances our communications and coordination in case those skills are needed during a high stress critical incident. Don't be alarmed if you see us training!! With the Loveland Symmes Fire Department and Loveland City Schools

Door-to-Door Sales in the City of Loveland https://t.co/TV6s2K9Ct3 via @Nextdoor

Found DOG! He is tan and white with a pink collar. https://t.co/epFKowRNhk via @Nextdoor

Thank you Opiate Task Force of Clermont County for stopping by to recognize LPD's efforts to combat addiction. LPD is a proud partner of the Loveland Educating Against Alcohol and Drugs (LEADD) community team!! @drug_taskforce @StartTalkingOH @LovelandSymmes @lovelandtigers

The City of Loveland is looking for a human resources manager to help manage our team! The deadline is May 14. Spread the word! https://t.co/CaEwnDVINL

Roads OPEN https://t.co/u3p50h8QL6 via @Nextdoor

Due to HIGH water both Karl Brown Way and East Kemper Road are closed. For your safety, do not enter standing water on any roadway. Travelers on CLOSED roads risk receiving a citation. We will advise when water recedes enough to resume traffic flow.

TURN AROUND DON'T DROWN https://t.co/lkjPKMrrmw via @Nextdoor

Retweeted Start Talking! (@StartTalkingOH): The majority of Ohio's youth are not participating in substance use, and are leading the way in promoting mental health wellness. This calls for a celebration! Register now for the 7th annual “We Are The Majority” rally on April 19 in Columbus: https://t.co/DKX2WS7IZA https://t.co/1MCNtZG470

The City of Loveland is closing Riverside Drive between West Loveland Avenue and Park Avenue this Saturday from 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Please review the attached press release for more information.

We talk often about our brothers and sisters in blue. But our brothers and sisters in red are just as close. We tease each other and have a friendly rivalry. And deep down, we love and support each other. When LSFD hurts, LPD hurts. Rest easy Candy. You left LSFD is in good hands.

Warren County Engineer's Office reports Butterworth Road is open! https://t.co/c8yFCYxzrp

Retweeted Loveland Tigers (@lovelandtigers): The Loveland City School District has announced the search for the permanent superintendent of the progressive,... https://t.co/G08xKGkCMi

LPD is proud to partner with the Loveland Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and Loveland Police Officer's Association on this exciting opportunity to give back to our community! We would like to thank the LCPAAA and LPOA for their generosity and support! http://lovelandmagazine.com/new-emergency-services-scholarship-offered-to-area-young-adults/

Retweeted LMS Tigers (@GoLMSTigers): NEST does some incredible things in the Loveland community. We are very lucky to have Ms. DeVol and NEST!! https://t.co/dac27speya

LPD is a proud member of the Loveland Educating Against Alcohol and Drugs team. Come see us this Sunday at the Prince of Peace Church for the "Right Under Your Nose" presentation!!

Ohio is using a new format for their license and identification cards. Starting in July you will receive your actual card in the mail instead of at the testing locations. https://t.co/udPz7Ox1s4

One of the questions our community members ask after a tragedy is, "What can I do?" LPD recommends you watch the following video and begin a discussion in your work, church, or among friends. What would you do? https://t.co/AYEimlUjwF

Great video of the flooding in downtown Loveland. Thanks to the Loveland Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association for sharing!

Riverside and Karl Brown are open!

Karl Brown Way and Riverside Drive are flooded. We do not expect them to recede by morning. Please plan an alternate travel route!! Remember, it is illegal and unsafe to attempt to drive through high water. Stay safe Loveland!

LPD is watching our river levels on Riverside and Karl Brown Way! https://t.co/FbFRS4oTKw