Serving & Protecting Cincinnati
The City of Cincinnati Police Department currently employs 1,053 sworn law enforcement officers and 119 non-sworn employees. Under the direction of the Police Chief , it provides a full range of police services within a 78.6 square mile area and is the primary law enforcement agency for the City of Cincinnati. Read More
Chief Jeffrey Blackwell
Cincinnati Police Chief
The Chief also implements policy and makes necessary personnel and procedural changes to ensure the effective operation of the Department. The Community Relations Section Executive Manager, the Public Information Office, the Executive Assistant, and all bureau commanders are directly accountable to the Police Chief.
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- Chief Blackwell Speaks At Citizens Police Academy Graduation
Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell will address the 26 members of the Citizens Police Academy during the graduation ceremony that marks their completion of the eight-week curriculum.
- Halloween 2013 In Cincinnati
The City of Cincinnati has designated the hours between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Thursday October 31 for Halloween trick or treating.
- Safely Dispose Of Medications with CPD and DEA
The Cincinnati Police Department has once again partnered with the US Drug Enforcement Administration to offer citizens a safe and convenient way to dispose of unused or expired prescription and over-the counter medications
- TAKE A STAND AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AT OCTOBER 17 EVENT
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Cincinnati Police Department has partnered with Women Helping Women, the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. to sponsor a forum to discuss the problem of domestic violence and efforts to prevent it.
- Groundbreaking For New District 3 HQ
The City of Cincinnati joined with neighborhood leaders and local students to break ground on the new Police District 3 Headquarters, the city's first new police station to be built since the 1970s.