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Huber Heights Ohio Police Station Address: 6121 Taylorsville Rd, Huber Heights, OH 45424, United States


4 years ago
Taylorsville/Rip Rap is open. Everyone have a safe weekend!!!

4 years ago
***TRAFFIC ALERT*** Taylorsville/Rip Rap is closed at Bridgewater and at Little York due to high water. Use IR 70, US 40 or Chambersburg.

5 years ago
A few slick spots out there this morning. Safe travels everyone!!!

5 years ago
Be sure to lock your vehicles overnight. A few seconds of prevention can save you hours of headache!!!

5 years ago
Please follow guidelines to ensure safe leaf removal… http://t.co/2bJwZYYZ

5 years ago
Don’t open any link that refers to a horrible rumor…a rogue post was sent from our account….sorry for any inconvenience…

Huber Heights Police

Crime Tip Hotline: 937-237-3605
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Huber Heights Police3 days ago

Good Afternoon Huber residents. We have heard of some chatter via social media. We have also noticed an increase of individuals trying to report criminal activity where a response is needed on our tip line, and by sending PM’s on Facebook.

If there is a crime in progress or you find yourself the victim of a crime and need a police response, please call our dispatch center at (937) 233-2080 (for non-emergencies) or 9-1-1 (for emergencies). At no time when you are needing a police response should you be leaving a message on voice mail or typing a message (except for our TDY for the hearing impaired). Our dispatch is open 24/7. If you reach a voice mail service you have called the wrong number.

The tip line (937) 237-3605 is solely for crime tips. You can call and tell us of criminal activity that doesn’t require an immediate police response, or with other concerns. Feel free to leave your information or remain anonymous. (Example; There is drug activity at 1234 ABC St.). If you need a police response do not call this number.

Facebook – please do not ask for a police response on Facebook by sending a PM. This is not monitored 24/7. Call dispatch if you need a response.

Also, please understand the following if you leave information about a tip; Things often take some time to properly investigate. Even though we have a tip, we still need evidence and probable cause to act on that tip.

Finally, if you call to report that you are the victim of a crime and need to file a crime report. We are most likely going to want to sit down with you to file the report. We will need lots of information along with possibly needing written statements, pictures, a records release, complaint signatures, etc. There are cases (such as if you are out of state) where we will file a report over the phone, but this is not common. (This does not mean we always need to meet with you because you called to report someone prowling, driving drunk, etc. However, you may be the person that gives us the probable cause to act, so we may ask to meet with you).

Remember, almost all of our actions are for a specific reason. If there are questions or confusion feel free to call us. Most of the answers you get on social media are speculation, unless that person has a knowledge of the inner workings of the agency in question.

We hope this helps. Thanks for your support.

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Huber Heights Police3 days ago

The Huber Heights Police Division would like to recognize the Safety Patrol of the Month recipients. These two students went above and beyond in their Safety Patrol duties for the month of January. For their hard work and dedication they were treated to a special luncheon at CiCi’s Pizza provided by the Huber Heights Police Division. They were also given a certificate and prizes and got to eat lunch with Police Officers from the Huber Heights Police Division.

Pictured from left to right-Sgt Taylor (Huber Heights Police), Heidi Kennard (Monticello Elementary), Zoey Chambers (Monticello Elementary), and Officer Nick Lambert (Huber Heights Police).

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Huber Heights Police5 days ago

The Huber Heights Police Division and agents from the FBI worked collaboratively to identify and arrest the suspect from the Key Bank Robbery. The bank robbery occurred on Monday January 8th, 2018 at Key Bank which is located at 5001 Chambersburg Road. On Wednesday January 17, 2018 the suspect was taken into custody without incident.

At this time there is no additional information.

Huber Heights Police

Huber Heights Police2 weeks ago

Bank Robbery

The Key Bank in Huber Heights was robbed on Monday January 8th at approximately 5:00 pm. The suspect entered the bank and displayed a hand gun and instructed everyone in the bank to get on the floor. The suspect was able to get an undisclosed amount of money from a bank employee and fled the scene.

The suspect is described as a white male approximately 5-10 to 6-00 feet tall and approximately 220-225 pounds. Attached is a photo of the suspect. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Huber Heights Police Division at 233-2080.

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Huber Heights Police4 weeks ago

The Huber Height Police Division would like to recognize the students selected for Safety Patrol of the Month. Each month the elementary schools in Huber Heights choose their top preforming Safety Patrol students. The students are then treated to a special luncheon where they get to eat at CiCi’s Pizza in Huber Heights with Huber Heights Police Officers. The winners also get a certificate and a prize from the Huber Heights Police, the Police Division also pays for the students lunches. Pictured are the winners for December 2017.

Pictured from left to right are: Brianna Redd and Emma Beach from Charles H Huber Elementary, Ben Bentz, Valerie Ashford, Ethan Willetts, and Summer Laake from Monticello Elementary, Isabel Mays and David Johnson from Rushmore Elementary, Sha’lynn Munson and Emma Hupp from Valley Forge Elementary, and Officer Nick Lambert from the Huber Heights Police Division.

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Huber Heights Police1 month ago

We at the Huber Heights Police Division would like to extend our thanks to many during the death and burial of one of our own.

Thank you to our city leaders, the many divisions of the city, and the community for the support shown.

Thank you to our neighbors at the Riverside and Butler Township Police Division’s for covering the city, so all our employees could attend the funeral.

Thank you to Englewood PD, Dayton PD, and again Butler Twp. PD for the traffic assistance during the procession.

Thank you to the local media for the respectful articles and for the respect shown to the division during this time of grieving.

The respect given by our community, our co-workers, and the surrounding law enforcement agencies was heartwarming. Our thoughts and prayers continue for the family of Sgt. Crouse as they attempt to heal from the loss of a husband, father, and brother. Please keep our community in your thoughts and prayers as we continue to heal from the loss of a true public servant.