Jackson Township Police - Montgomery County

  • Agency: Jackson Township Police - Montgomery County
  • Address: 49 E Walnut St, Farmersville, 45325-1134 OH
  • Chief:
Phone: 937 696-2522
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Jackson Township Police - Montgomery County is located at 49 E Walnut St, Farmersville, 45325-1134 OH. The Jackson Township Police - Montgomery County phone number is 937 696-2522.

Jackson Township Police - Montgomery County News

BOLO for Justin K Smith 41 years of age from Germantown. Smith failed to return to his trial for multiple sexually oriented offenses against a juvenile. Possibly driving a white Ford truck with Ohio registration BE68ZK. Contact your local police department if located. Mr. Smith has been found guilty as charged. Mr. Smith will be sentenced once he is located and returned to Montgomery County.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by last night! It was a safe and successful Trick or Treat! Happy Halloween!

Illegal dumping in our Township not only negatively impacts the environment, it burdens already limited Township resources.

School starts tomorrow! Please slow down and use caution around school buses.

A resident has reported a call from our local office telephone number (937 696-2522) claiming he had a warrant and needed to turn himself in. The caller stated he was a dispatcher and when questioned hung up. This is clearly a scam and should be ignored.

If you would like to support Sgt. Mark Bruner and his children, you are welcome to make a financial donation in two different ways. 1) You can stop into any US Bank location and donate to the Heather Bruner Memorial Fund. 2.) You can make an online donation at https://www.gofundme.com/heather-bruner-family-support Your support is appreciated!

https://www.gofundme.com/heather-bruner-family-support&rcid=r01-152934700622-8e26b55f4b174a30&pc=sm_co_campmgmt_m

Feel free to join us on March 13th from 9:00 until 11:00.

We have received numerous questions about our involvement in today’s officer involved shooting in Miamisburg. Chief Schade and Sgt. Bruner were shuttling a cruiser to Centerville for a service appointment. While en route both officers witnessed a subject with a firearm in the intersection of 725 and I-75. Since the investigation is very active, the Jackson Twp Police Department will defer all questions to the Miamisburg Police Department. No officers on the scene were injured and the suspect was apprehended. We truly appreciate all of the concern for our officers.

Please help us identify this person of interest. He is a suspect in a recent theft case. Please call 937-696-2522 if you know this individual. Any information provided will be kept confidential.

We are investigating several thefts from vehicles that occurred yesterday evening in the Havermale Road area. Please be sure to lock vehicles and remove all valuables. The suspect vehicle was described as a tan or gray Ford Taurus. The suspect was wearing a red or orange hoodie with “Hustle 23” printed on it. If you notice any suspicious activity or have any suspect information please contact the police department at 937-696-2444.

Sgt. Bruner donated a $50 check to Pam Morneault of CAMP for “No Shave November”.

The Jackson Township Police Department is officially ready for Halloween!

Special thanks to Kindra Beck, Lori Brandenburg-Barnett and Pence's Milk Transport for the basket and a great visit! #backtheblue

Prescription drug drop off this Sunday!

Ohio’s drug crisis gets much-needed attention in the July/August Our Ohio magazine. Read about the people and communities working together to combat the problem, including Jackson Township Police Chief Jon Schade. https://ofbf.org/2017/06/29/drug-crisis-comes-rural-ohio/

The 2017 Prescription Drug Drop Off will be held on August 6, 2017 at the Community Church Service (Farmersville Fire Department).

We are pleased to announce that the Jackson Township Police Department has received its provisional Ohio Collaborative Law Enforcement Agency Certification. The process involves review and approval of our Use of Force and Recruitment/Hiring policies.

Several days ago several electronic/battery operated hand tools were located on Fuls Road near Eagle Road. It appeared that they fell from a vehicle. If you are missing any tools please contact the police department. 937 696-2522

Several days ago several electronic/battery operated hand tools were located on Fuls Road near Eagle Road. It appeared the tools had fallen from a vehicle. If you are missing any hand tools please contact the police department at 937 696-2522.

Video from the Ohio Attorney General's Office.

Our officers are encouraged to interact with students at Valley View Jr High School. Students like Hunter make our job very rewarding.