Miami Township Police - Montgomery County

  • Agency: Miami Township Police - Montgomery County
  • Address: 2660 Lyons Rd, Miamisburg, 45342 OH
  • Chief:
Phone: 937-433-2301

Miami Township Police - Montgomery County is located at 2660 Lyons Rd, Miamisburg, 45342 OH. The Miami Township Police - Montgomery County phone number is 937-433-2301.

Miami Township Police - Montgomery County News

ALICE Active Shooter Response Training Course begins Sept. 20... Register early for savings! To register click:

Time to sign up your National Night Out event! Here's how: #miamitwppride

The Miami Township Police Department is hosting ALICE Training Instittute's Active Shooter Response Training Course on Sept 20 and 21, at the Moraine Heights Baptist Church. Click the link for more information and registration:

On 05/18/18 at 1843 hours, the three suspects pictured below were involved in a fraud at Walmart totaling $10,000. If anyone recognizes the suspects, please contact Officer James McCarty at (937) 531-4062 or through the Regional Dispatch Center at (937) 225-4357..

Construction has begun along Washington Church Road just south of Spring Valley. An officer is helping direct morning traffic, and a flagger will be in the area to assist drivers through the zone! Completion of the paving project is expected around June 6, depending on the weather.

Older people are too often the target of con artists. Don't become a victim of elderly fraud. We've posted a list of 10 helpful tips that can protect your loved ones. Read it now and share it with your family: #miamitwppride

Please help us identify this Robbery suspect from a local retail store. She fled in a newer dark grey SUV. Anyone that has any information can contact Ofc. Bob Sakal at 937-433-2301.

Our friends at Austin Landing are flying the Thin Blue Line Flag in honor of National Police Week. Thank you for your support! #miamitwppride

Congratulations, Sgt. Julie Fiebig, seen here with Chief Ron Hess, for graduating from the Supervisor Training and Education Program. STEP teaches officers how to lead and become effective supervisors. #miamitwppride

Detective Paul Nienhaus is attending the Public Safety Leadership Academy in Washington, D.C., as National Police Week continues. The academy is an 11 week intensive training course in leadership.

Today, Tuesday, May 15, is National Peace Officers Day. Det. Dan Wessling is in Washington, D.C. at the U.S. Capitol for the 37th annual Peace Officers Memorial Service. You might also notice that flags are flying at half staff today across Ohio in commemoration of the day. More photos to come as National Police Week continues... #miamitwppride

We will be highlighting National Police Week all week. Detective Dan Wessling is in Washington and will share the experience with you. Up first - Sunday at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, then candlelight vigil. Monday: Cyclists from the Police Unity Tour ( arrive in D.C. Keep checking back for more updates throughout the week.

Please help us identify this theft suspect. He was caught on camera stealing from cars in the Heritage Glen neighborhood on May 13th. Anyone that knows his identity can contact Ofc. Tim Beatty at 937-433-2301. Thanks in advance.

May 13-19 is National Police Week, a time first set aside in 1962 during the Kennedy administration to honor those officers who gave their lives serving their communities. We, too, honor those officers for their sacrifice. #miamitwppride

On 04/28/2018, the below pictured female purchased items from Best Buy and Office Depot using a stolen credit card. If anyone recognizes the female, please contact Officer James McCarty at (937) 531-4062, or through the Regional Dispatch Center at (937) 225-4357.

National Police Week is May 13-19, 2018, in honor of those who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Miami Township Board of Trustees presented the police department with a special proclamation at its May 9 meeting to thank them for their service and dedication to our community. (Photo: Capt. John Magill receives the proclamation from Township Trustee Doug Barry.) #miamitwppride

ADAMHS Board for Montgomery County (ADAMHS) has launched the 'GetHelpNow' app for a quick and easy way to find addiction and mental health treatment services that are right for you. Download it now from The App Store or get it on Google Play... Click here for more information:

Prescription Take-Back Day was a huge success. Police staffers John Brun (pictured) and Pete Rieder collected unwanted prescriptions from our citizens. While this day was set-aside specifically, you can always drop unwanted prescriptions in the marked box inside the PD front entrance during regular business hours! The DEA picks up all that we collect for proper disposal. Thank you to all who took part on Saturday! #miamitwppride

Officer Tyler Simpson was injured Saturday evening, April 21, at the scene of a crash on I-75. He is home recovering from his injuries. We certainly wish him well and await his return to the force. Read more about the crash:

Reminder: This Saturday, Apr. 28, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.! The Miami Township Police Department is taking part in the 15th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the police department, 2660 Lyons Road! It's Free! Learn More: #miamitwppride

The Miami Township Police Department sends its deepest condolences to the Vandalia Police Department and the family of Police Chief Douglas Knight following his untimely death last week. Chief Knight dedicated 37 years of service to the Vandalia community, serving as chief since 1988. Read more:

Capt. Magill recently spoke to the tenants of Austin Landing about safety. In other words... how to keep your stuff and yourself safe during any circumstance! #miamitwppride Thanks, Capt. Magill!

Keeping our citizens and police officers safe on area roads is a top priority. For the third time in the last year, a Miami Township cruiser has been struck by a vehicle that did not move over and slow down for an emergency vehicle with lights flashing on the side of the road. It is Ohio law that drivers must safely move over when they see vehicles with lights flashing on the side of the highway. If you cannot safely change lanes, you must slow down. This video from Thursday night, March 29, shows what can happen: An SUV sideswiped a cruiser stopped to assist at a crash scene on I-75. No one was hurt, but the SUV fled. An OSP cruiser caught up to the driver a short time later. Keep citizens and officers safe on the highway. Remember to Move Over. Read the Law:

Fiscal Officer Aaron Newell administers the oath of office as the officers' families stand alongside. The ceremony was conducted at the Board of Trustees meeting March 27, 2018.

Miami Township welcomes two new officers to the force... more photos tomorrow. #miamitwppride