Springboro Police Department

  • Agency: Springboro Police Department
  • Address: 320 W Central Ave, Springboro, 45066 OH
  • Chief: Jeffrey Kruithoff (Chief of Police)
Phone: 937-748-4343
Fax: (937)748-3214

Springboro Police Department is located at 320 W Central Ave, Springboro, 45066 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeffrey Kruithoff. The Springboro Police Department phone number is 937-748-4343.

Springboro Police Department News

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Springboro Police Department - Falling rain is turning into falling ice in the City of Springboro as of 2:50 p.m. Motorists are encouraged to use caution and drive slower for the duration of this weather event.

Springboro Police Department - Officers are investigating a serious personal injury accident that occurred at the intersection of SR 73 and SR 741. Please avoid this area for the next few hours.

25 Years of DARE

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We had a great turn out for the Drug Take Back this weekend! Six large trash bags were turned over to the DEA for disposal. As a friendly reminder we CANNOT take RX bottles, liquids,creams,powders,EpiPens or other needles. All pills need to be put in a ziplock bag. We have some available at our drop box for your convenience. Should you have any questions, the ladies in the office are happy to help.

Springboro Police Department - Motorists traveling through the intersection of SR 73 and SR 741 are advised to used caution as the traffic pattern has changed due to ongoing re-construction of the intersection.

Verizon B&E

suspect needed for questioning

Recovered Property

Springboro Police Department - Motorists are encouraged to avoid the intersection of SR 73 and SR 741. Curb work is being done by the contractor and traffic is further restricted.

Found Bicycle

Celebrity Basketball 2017

A 9-year-old boy’s mission to thank every police officer in America with a sweet treat brought him to Dayton Ohio on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 They call him the “donut boy,” and he says police officers are his best friends. “They keep me safe,” Tyler Carach said, while wearing his signature doughnut-patterned cape. Tyler, a native of Bratt, Florida in the Panhandle, delivered the sweet treats to local Miami Valley agencies at 5/3 field in Dayton. Departments from across the area had Officer’s waiting to meet “the donut boy”. He posed for photos, sneaking bunny ears behind the officers’ heads, and explored inside SWAT vehicles. Tyler got the idea about a year ago when he saw four deputies at a convenience store. “Cops’ favorite drink is coffee and favorite food is doughnuts,” he told his mom, so he wanted to buy treats for the deputies with his own allowance money. And his mother, Sheena Carach, a former police officer, couldn’t say no. “I explained to him that cops were having a hard time and things were just kind of negative for them, so they could really use encouragement,” she recalled. Tyler replied: “OK, well, I’m going to thank every cop in America and buy them a doughnut.” He has delivered more than 6,000 doughnuts since September, when he started his campaign, “I DONUT need a reason to thank a cop.”

Springboro Police Department - Springboro Police are investigating the damage of Approx 100 mailboxes in the Settlers Walk neighborhood. Suspects have been identified. If you have a damaged mailbox and have not reported please do so at 937-748-0611.

Springboro Police Department - Springboro concert in the Park has been cancelled this evening due to current and forecast weather conditions.

Caught in the Act