Germantown Police Department

  • Agency: Germantown Police Department
  • Address: 12102 State Rte 725 W, Germantown, 45327 OH
  • Chief: Roy W. McGill Jr. (Chief of Police)
Phone: 937-855-7215
Fax: 937-855-4897

Germantown Police Department is located at 12102 State Rte 725 W, Germantown, 45327 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Roy W. McGill Jr.. The Germantown Police Department phone number is 937-855-7215.

Germantown Police Department News

On April 20, 2018 while on patrol, PFC. Lawrin Demo observed a vehicle traveling Southbound on St. Rt. 4 in the area of St. Rt. 725 West and noticed the vehicle displayed illegally excessive window tinting. PFC. Demo conducted a traffic stop on this vehicle and identified three subjects inside, and noticed the aroma of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. Through PFC. Demo's alert investigation, he was alerted to clues that tipped him off to the presence of firearms within reach of the occupants and took the necessary steps to secure the suspects inside the vehicle. Upon closer examination of the vehicle, PFC. Demo discovered a 9mm handgun under the passenger seat and a second 9mm handgun in the center console. Both loaded and chambered "at the ready". PFC. Demo also found marijuana and a number of various type pills and capsules that were later found to be revealed as - 51 capsules of Heroin/Fentanyl and 11 capsules of cocaine. This combination of effective investigation and immediate apprehension makes for excellent and highly effective policing. PFC. Demo was awarded the "Lightning Arrest Medal" for these actions. A job very well done, PFC. Demo.

Please be aware of school buses and the children that are in and around them. Please pay attention at all times when near a school bus stop or when a school bus has any flashing lights activated. Please don't let distractions or the need to be in a hurry effect your safety or the safety of others. Please drive safe and have an awesome Monday.

We would like to remind everyone that we want an open and honest dialogue on our Facebook page, however, please refrain from using curse words or being disrespectful towards anyone on our page. These types of comments will be deleted immediately.

Trick or Treat 2018 will be held on Wednesday, October 31st from 1800-2000. If this changes, we will update our page. Have a safe and Happy Halloween! 🎃

Germantown's Trick-or-Treat will be on October 31, 2018 from 6pm-8pm. Here are some tips for this haunting event:

Pretzel Festival fun 2018!

September 11, 2001 was one of the worst days for our nation. First Responders on that day showed the world why we do what we do. “Let’s Roll” The Germantown Police Department stands in unity with our nation to honor the victims, families and first responders. We will never forget.

This phone was turned into us this morning. It was found on the road near the intersection of W. Market St. and Astoria Rd. around 7:00pm last night. If this is your phone, or you know who it belongs to, please call us at 937-855-6567 or come to the PD.

School is back in session and we want to keep everyone safe. Here are some helpful reminders for students and drivers: Stopping for a school bus- As a reminder on a two-lane roadway, drivers traveling in both directions must stop for school buses. By law, drivers must remain stopped until the bus is in motion again or the bus driver signals that traffic can proceed. School zones- Speed is restricted to 20 MPH when lights are flashing OR when children are present. Lights will flash during planned school start, recess and release times but there may be unplanned times. Speed is also restricted "when children are present" is posted. This is intended to keep kids safe any time you see them near the roadway or intersections.

The 2018 National Night Out event will be held on Tuesday, August 7th 2018 at Veteran's Park from 5:30pm - 7:30pm. This event will include the Festival of Church's who will be handing out school supplies. 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. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. We hope to see you all there!

***Pretty girl was returned to the papa*** This giant baby was found on Gunckle St. this morning. If anyone knows who the owner is please contact the Germantown Police Department at 937-855-6567.

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***UPDATE*** The doggos were returned to their owner. Thank you for your help! These two pretty pups were found on Market St. near Water St. Please help us locate the owner so we can reunite them. Thanks!

The City of Germantown Police Department would like to express our deepest condolences to the Clearcreek Township Police Department and Sgt. Larry Cornett’s family and friends.

An OVI Checkpoint was held by our Police Department and the Ohio State Highway Patrol, between 8pm and 10pm on FRI 4/27/2018. OSHP Montgomery County Post Commander Lt. Mark Nichols brought 7 of his Troopers with him, along with several employees of the OH DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION, who placed barrels, set up site lighting, etc. The scene was VERY well lit up and highly visible. With the permission of the folks at KOENIG EQUIPMENT, we used their parking lot in the 2600 block of SR 4 as our staging and investigation location. The event had been previously announced to the media by OSHP Lt. Nichols as is their standard protocol, and notice was placed on our Facebook page earlier that afternoon. During the event, 288 cars were checked / stopped, 4 were diverted for further investigation, there were 2 OVI arrests made, 1 felony drug seizure, and 1 person was sent to the hospital for evaluation of mental status. GPD Officers present included: Chief McGill Major Burns Cpl. Mowery PFC Demo OFC Worrell OFC DeVilbiss Det. Sarver PFC Hammond OFC Smith PFC P. Wale Troopers present were: Lt. Mark Nichols SGT. Root SGT. Robinson Trooper Brubaker Trooper Meadors Trooper Davis Trooper Janney Trooper Frost Troopers handed out informational cards about the goals of the checkpoints to drivers, and Germantown Officers distributed ANTI-DRUG brochures for children in the cars, along with toy badges to each. The checkpoint moved along very well, and unless there was a problem with a driver, cars were moved quickly along. This was the 2nd such event we’ve shared with the Troopers in the past couple of years.

This little girl was found on Butter St. Appears to be an middle to older aged Chihuahua. If you know who the owners are have them contact the Germantown Police Department at 937-855-6567.

This friendly fella was found on Angela Dr. on 5/25/2018. He is staying with the person who found him. Please contact the Germantown PD if you know who he belongs to. Thank You.

Nerf War 2018 At it's core, the annual Nerf War some Valley View students are playing is a fun and relatively harmless activity. Unfortunately, we are getting a large number of complaints from the residents of Germantown regarding the teens partaking in the Nerf War. Some of these complaints include: -Reckless Driving -Stopping in the middle of streets -Running through yards -Running stop signs -Speeding We want our teenagers to be able to have fun, but we also need them to be safe and courteous to the people and property around them. Teenagers, please heed our warnings and please be safe, follow all traffic laws, and be courteous and mindful of the other residents of Germantown. If laws are broken we will be enforcing them.

Please give the The City of Germantown Fire-EMS Station 63 Facebook page a Like and a Follow.

Tonight from 8:00pm-10:00pm there will be an OVI Checkpoint in the 2600-block of Dayton Pk (near Koenig Equipment). This event is in partnership with the Ohio State Patrol. Officers will also be handing out Anti-Drug material to those who come through the checkpoint. Please drive safely and remember to buckle up.

*************************************Update****************************************** Daisy has been located and returned to her home, happy and healthy. Thank you for all the help in getting Ms. Daisy back to her people. *************************************************************************************** Lost Dog Daisy - 10 month old female Basset hound (brown, black, and white coloring) - went missing from the 400 block of Farmersville Pike. Owners request any help in locating her. If you locate Daisy or know someone who found a dog matching this description please either contact the owner or contact the Germantown Police Department 937-855-6567.

***UPDATE*** Opie has been returned home. Thanks for the help! Found in the area of Circle Dr. on Saturday 4/14/18. Please help us locate the owner. Thank you!

Surveillance footage taken from April 8, 2018 from Kern Drive. Note that the suspect attempts to open two vehicles that happen to be locked before successfully entering an unlocked vehicle. If you have any information on this suspect, please contact Germantown Police at 937-855-6567. Again, we would like to reiterate that it is necessary for everyone to lock their vehicles.

We are seeing another surge in unlocked vehicles being trespassed into, and some of these vehicles have had items stolen from them. We are investigating and have upped our patrols in the areas effected. As of right now, we do not have any suspects. We encourage you to lock your car doors and close your garage doors especially at night. Locking up does deter theft.

THEFT SUSPECT - There have been recent thefts from unlocked vehicles in the city over the past week. Last night, The Reserves plat was the latest area targeted by the suspect(s). Below is a photo of an unknown white male attempting to open car doors on Kern Dr. at approximately 1:00am on 3/12/2018. If you know who this person may be, please contact the Germantown Police Department at 937-855-6567. Please remember to ALWAYS lock your car doors and take your personal belongings into your home. This does greatly help deter theft from happening.