Troy Police Department

  • Agency: Troy Police Department
  • Address: 124 E. Main St., Troy, 45373 OH
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Phone: 937-339-7525
Fax:

Troy Police Department is located at 124 E. Main St., Troy, 45373 OH. The Troy Police Department phone number is 937-339-7525.

Troy Police Department News

ALCOHOL ABUSE AWARENESS AT TJHS SRO Jeff Waite had an opportunity to educate Troy Jr. High 8th graders in Mrs. Raterman's health classes on the dangers of alcohol abuse. Students used alcohol impairment simulation goggles and attempted activities such as walking a line and tossing a ball. One student even commented, "I don't think I ever want to be drunk!" Music to our ears :-)

Time is running out to sign up for civil service examination for Parking Control Officer. visit:http://www.troyohio.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=98&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Parking-Control-Officer-Examination-24

TJHS LOCKDOWN DRILL WITH K9 SWEEP A required lockdown drill was performed today at Troy Jr. High School led by Principal Dilbone, Asst. Principal Group and SRO Jeff Waite. As an added layer of security, Miami Co. Deputy Will Roberts and K9 Bear assisted with a locker sweep. The drill was a success and nothing improper was located. The only slight casualty was one full lunch bag left out in front of a locker found by K9 Bear!

CAN YOU HELP SOLVE A JEWELRY HEIST? During the early morning hours of Monday, October 23, 2017, at least two males were involved in a forced entry into Harris Jewelers, located at 2343 W. Main St. One white male was captured on the business surveillance cameras taking an undisclosed amount of merchandise. He was wearing a black ball cap and red, possible Ohio State, hooded sweatshirt with black lettering. Two vehicles were used throughout the incident and they are believed to be a dark, newer model Chevrolet Traverse and a light, older model, Chevrolet Blazer or GMC Jimmy. If you have any information regarding this investigation, please contact Detective Dominic Burnside at 937-339-7525 ext. 1419 or the Miami County Communications Center at 937-440-9911.

TROY TRICK-OR-TREAT TONIGHT 6-8 PM Be cautious while driving tonight and watch for distracted, excited trick-or-treaters. If you choose to pass out candy, here are some Facebook "copy and paste" words of wisdom... If a teenager comes to your door trick-or-treating, please give them candy without saying "aren't you too old to be doing this?". They could be out doing things much worse like drinking & driving, vandalizing, drugs, etc. I would rather they knock on my door and ask for candy, having safe and legal fun, than see them do the dangerous things they could be doing. Let them be kids as long as they can. Kids grow up way too fast. Let them spend one evening channeling their inner childhood. Something else to consider, size doesn't always determine mental age or special needs of a person. You may "see" a teenager, but they may still relate as a younger child. Please don't refuse a child candy because they aren't dressed up. Some children have sensory issues that make dressing up highly uncomfortable, if not unbearable.

DO YOU RECOGNIZE THEM? Officer Short would like to speak with the man and woman pictured here in a local business regarding a possible theft. Please message us here on this page or contact Off. Short at 937-339-7525 ext. 1415 with information. Thanks!

HELPING TROY STUDENTS WITH BICYCLE SAFETY Troy Police School Resource Officers Nick Freisthler and Jeff Waite teamed up with Physical Education Teacher Mary Ivan to teach bicycle safety to gym classes at Van Cleve School on Wednesday. Topics included basic maintenance, helmet use, and local laws. The bicycle safety program will be introduced to Troy City Schools students in grades 4-8 this year during gym classes.

***UPDATE*** Once again, Facebook friends, you have come through to help solve a case! The man in the video has been identified and has spoken with Officer Simpson. He has agreed to pay the bill and charges are possible if he doesn't follow through. DINE AND DASH AT B-DUBS We would like to speak with the man in the pictures that visited BW3 on Sunday, Oct 22 around 6:00 PM. The white male possibly in his 50's had a few beers in the bar and ordered carryout food. He used the restroom, received his food and then left without paying. He was wearing a gray button-up shirt and blue jeans. Please contact Officer Simpson at 937-339-7525 ext. 1434 or private message us on this page with information.

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DP&L SCAM CALLS There is a group in Pakistan calling from the DP&L phone number (937)331-3900 and asking you to call back a different number (844) 470-****. The number you call back leads to an extremely official-sounding scam center. The scammers are trying to get people to pay them usually over a $1000 to keep from getting their electric shut off. If you receive one of these calls, do not answer or interact with the scammers.

SUSPECTS FROM METRO PCS BREAK-IN Please watch the video and help us identify these suspects. Thanks!

Second Video of Metro PCS break in. Please contact Detective Todd Sloan at 937-339-7525 Extension 1437, with any information regarding this case.

Troy PD Needs Help Identifying These Suspects: In the early morning hours on 9/18 five subjects broke into the Metro PCS store on W. Market St. If you have any information regarding this case please contact Detective Todd Sloan at 937-339-7525 Extension 1437.

LOST DOG LAST SEEN NEAR EDGEWATER Daisy is a shy English Setter who went missing from her home in Troy, Ohio on 8/9. She went missing near the intersection of Fenner Rd. and Wilson Rd. She was last seen in the Edgewater neighborhood off Route 55. If you see Daisy, DO NOT CHASE! Please call her owner immediately at 937-286-7567 with when and where she was seen, and what direction she was headed. **DO NOT CHASE, DO NOT CALL THE DOG, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CATCH** https://www.facebook.com/lostpetrecovery/photos/a.2201083006783879.1073741827.2200811660144347/2366246493600862/?type=3&theater

***UPDATE*** An alert citizen located the vehicle in Troy on S. Plum St. Nice job, Facebook friends! BOLO FOR STOLEN CAR FROM PIQUA A silver Saturn Ion with a Francis Office Supply logo on the side was taken from CVS on N. College St. in Piqua within the last hour. Please call 911 if you see the vehicle.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL - DRIVE CAREFULLY! Troy City Schools are back in session today. Please be aware while driving and watch out for children crossing streets, school buses making stops and teary eyed parents dropping their kids off at school.

NEW FLASHING CROSSWALK SIGN ON N. MARKET ST. Troy City Schools students head back to school tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 23. A new flashing crosswalk sign has been installed on N. Market St. at Ferguson Dr. (Baird Funeral Home). Please be prepared to stop for students/pedestrians crossing the street, especially when the sign is lit. Vehicles are required by Ohio law to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk, whether or not the flashing crosswalk sign is used.

TROY MEMORIAL FREEDOM CLIMB The 1st Annual Troy Memorial Freedom Climb is Sept. 10, 2017. Opening ceremony is 1:30 PM and climb starts at 2 PM. This climb honors the sacrifices made by first responders in the World Trade Center terrorist attack. Registered teams will ascend & descend the stadium stairs 64 times for a total of 1980 steps to represent the height of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center. Pre-registration is required to participate in the climb.

MIAMI COUNTY HIRING DISPATCHERS Do you have skills in using computer, radio and telephone systems? Do you have the ability to deal with a variety of variables in somewhat unfamiliar context, copy records precisely without error, gather collate and classify information about people, data or things? Can you communicate effectively in written and oral form while exercising sound judgment and demonstrating calm while handling critical and/or stressful situations? If YES, then you could be a Miami County dispatcher! http://www.miamicountyohio.gov/index.aspx?NID=333

TROY'S NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 2017 A SUCCESS! We had such a great time last night visiting the neighborhood parties, talking with residents and children, eating yummy food, getting silly-stringed, getting dressed up for the photo booth and having our face painted! Lots of agencies came together to make the night a success, including Troy PD, Troy Fire, Miami Co. Sheriff's Office, Miami Co. Parks, Miami Co. Dispatch, and Miami Co. Public Health/Safe Communities. Thank you to all the neighborhood volunteers who helped plan the parties. Also, thank you to Meijer and Walmart for your support of NNO 2017. Looking forward to next year and hoping to include more people, more neighborhoods, more fun and more memories!

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IS TONIGHT! Residents all over Troy, Miami County, Ohio and the USA will be gathering together, both in organized events and informally as friends and neighbors, in an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live, known as National Night Out. PLEASE get out this evening and talk to your neighbors, take a neighborhood walk, have a cookout, wave to a police officer on patrol or at least leave your porch light on in celebration of National Night Out!

TROY'S NATIONAL NIGHT OUT...5 THINGS TO KNOW #1 National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live #2 Planning for our NNO 2017 block parties started back in April and May 2017 when we advertised here on Facebook looking for interested neighborhoods to organize block parties #3 The Troy NNO 2017 block parties tomorrow (Tuesday, Aug. 1) are NOT open to the general public and may ONLY be attended by residents in the block party area #4 If your neighborhood isn't having a NNO block party this year, please get out in your neighborhood tomorrow evening and meet with your neighbors or take a walk around your block #5 Planning for Troy's NNO 2018 block parties will start early next year and we would love to double or even triple the number of neighborhoods involved!

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT 2017 BLOCK PARTIES The following neighborhoods will be hosting National Night Out block parties this year. The parties are open to the residents of each neighborhood and are NOT open to the general public. If you wish to contact a neighborhood representative of any of the below block parties, send us a private message on this page. Garden Manor Apartments, 505 Crescent Dr., 4:30-6:30 PM McKaig Race Park, McKaig Ave. (sponsored by Lincoln Center), 6-9 PM Stanfield Place, Gearhardt Ln. cul-de-sac, 6-7:30 PM Sherwood, Merry Robin Rd., 6-9 PM Campbell Park (behind Cookson Elementary), 6-8 PM