FOR EMERGENCIES CALL 911
FOR NON-EMERGENCIES CALL 825-2280
Is your bike lost or stolen? Check with our Police Department – We may have it! You must bring proof of ownership. 513-728-3183
Send Drug Abuse tips directly to our drug enforcement team! Drug Abuse Reduction Task Force (DART) website at: www.DART-HC.org It also has information about drug enforcement activity in our area.
To report suspicious drug activity call 513-791-0081
Drug Abatement Response Team (DART)
The Mt. Healthy Police Department would like to welcome you to our fine community. The Police Department is a 24-hour a day, 365 days a year operation, and is authorized to have 11 full-time police officers. We are currently operating with 6 full-time officers and 11 part-time officers. The Police Department is located at the City Municipal Building, 7700 Perry Street, side entrance. The Mt. Healthy Police Department station phone is generally staffed between the hours of 8am and 4pm Monday through Friday only at 728-3183. As such, we utilize the Hamilton County Communication Center (HCCC) for dispatch services. All emergencies should be report by calling 911. All non-emergency calls should be made to HCCC at 825-2280.
Our agency has adopted a community policing philosophy and we are committed to working in partnership with our citizens to make Mt. Healthy a fun and safe place to live, work, and play. Our Department’s commitment to transparency and community engagement is evidenced by our involvement in the community and frequent posts on social media or the Mt. Healthy Community Meeting Cyber-Forum, as we like to call it. Our agency is active on Facebook, Nextdoor, and Twitter and we regularly posts items of interest, including, events, criminal activity, and crime prevention tips. We encourage you to join us on any of these websites and to stay active and attentive to our crime alerts and personal safety posts. We value your input and encourage you to take an active role in managing your safety in partnership with your police department.
It is our pleasure to serve you,
Vincent L. Demasi, Chief of Police
Mt. Healthy Crime Report Map