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Hamilton Ohio Police Station Address: 331 S Front St, Hamilton, OH 45011, United States


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*** From the Archives ***
Officer (now Detective) Gray used to spend his days “horsing around.” Photo from August 31, 2011. #TBT https://t.co/NovQpTTS0p

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2 days ago
*** Out with the old and in with the new ***

It’s been 17 years since our officers at the Hamilton Municipal Building have had a new prisoner transport van. Head to our Facebook page to see photos and descriptions of some of the van’s features: https://t.co/61uIb7K4lY https://t.co/vQwMNxbyPx

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6 days ago
Thanks to our partnership with Lindenwald Baptist Church, our annual open house this past Tuesday was once again a rousing success!

A big THANK YOU to our donors, Lindenwald Baptist, and, of course, our amazing guests! We’ll see you at next year’s open house! https://t.co/aUhbf6wHEs

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio9 ago

*** From the Archives ***

Officer (now Detective) Gray used to spend his days “horsing around.”Photo from August 31, 2011. #TBT

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio1 day ago

Over the last several weeks there has been a great deal of social media chatter about a male some have dubbed “The Creeper.” Concerns regarding his behavior have not been isolated to Hamilton; this hype has cropped up within several different communities in SW Ohio. A local media outlet even ran a story referencing the social media outcry recently, but provided no new evidence of his behavior other than highlighting and fanning the flames of social media opinions.

We want to be clear: We and other law enforcement agencies are aware of the person in question, and we hear our communities’ concerns regarding his actions. Despite some social media posts claiming law enforcement has been inactive and turned a blind eye in relation to this, quite the opposite is true; we have been actively involved to the extent that we can.

Those people that have contacted us with firsthand accounts of what they believed to be possible criminal issues have been spoken to and their situations have been looked into in-depth. We have spoken to the individual in question on several occasions. We have spoken to other agencies who also have spoken to the individual in question. Up to this point, there have been no incidents that have risen to any chargeable criminal misconduct. We have even taken it a step further and have spoken to non-law enforcement agencies that might be able to assist in an attempt to curb the behavior that has been causing members of the public so much alarm.

Keep in mind that due to privacy issues, we cannot disclose most of the details of the individual who is the focus here. Even the media outlet that chose to run a story regurgitating social media posts would not name him or show pictures of him since his behavior has not risen to the criminal level. We acknowledge, and agree, that his behavior does not coincide with the norms of our community, however, watching people of all ages in a public place through binoculars and “displaying a creepy personality” does not meet the criminal elements of stalking in a court of law. At the same time, we absolutely do not condone this behavior, and we have contacted non-law enforcement agencies to assist, if possible.

We appreciate and encourage our community to continue looking out for each other, and we appreciate and encourage our community to continue bringing concerns to our attention. We will continue to monitor the situation, and we ask that if any individual in the community feels they have been criminally aggrieved by the individual in question, to contact us for further discussion. We pledge to look into your concerns on a case-by-case basis, and we will definitely follow through with criminal charges if the conduct rises to that level.

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio added 5 new photos.2 days ago

*** Out with the old and in with the new ***

It’s been 17 years since our officers at the Hamilton Municipal Building have had a new prisoner transport van, and unlike our previous van – a passenger van converted to hold prisoners – this van was built from the ground up to ensure officer and prisoner safety during transportation to and from court appearances.

Click through to see photos and descriptions of some of the van’s features.

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio added 14 new photos.6 days ago

Thanks to our partnership with Lindenwald Baptist Church, our annual open house was once again a rousing success! A pop-up thunderstorm turned the slide into a waterslide, but no one seemed to mind. We also had a special treat this year when Nestle USA showed up with a cooler full of frozen treats for our guests.

Thanks to our donors, Lindenwald Baptist, and, of course, our amazing guests! We’ll see you at next year’s open house!

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio1 week ago

Schools are back in session! Please be aware of the increased foot and bicycle traffic throughout the city as you drive through town in the mornings and afternoons. Help our kids get to and from school safely.

In today’s throwback photo from our archives, Officer Coleman, with the assistance of another officer, investigates a car versus bicycle accident on D Street near Main, July 17, 2002. #TBT

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Hamilton Police Department – Ohio added 2 new photos.1 week ago

*** Missing Persons ***

Hey, #HPD SocialSquad, can you help us locate two missing persons?

Ramie Elrod, age 15, has been missing for about a year and may voluntarily be with a noncustodial parent.

Tiffany M. Zink, age 32, usually checks in with family every few days, and they have not heard from her for approximately three weeks.

Any information on the location of either of these people would be appreciated. Please contact 513-868-5811, extension 1200 for Detective Heidorn or extension 1223 for Detective Baker.