The Cincinnati Police Department prides itself on community engagement, education and collaboration. See how you can get involved to make Cincinnati a safer place for all!
- Cincinnati Initiative To Reduce Violence
The Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence is a multi-agency and community collaborative effort initiated in 2007 designed to quickly and dramatically reduce gun-violence and associated homicides.
- Cincinnati's Most Wanted
Help us locate Cincinnati's Most Wanted.
- Citizens On Patrol
First deployed in 1997 in three test neighborhoods, the Citizens On Patrol Program (COPP) has expanded into 24 of the Cincinnati's 52 neighborhoods, with an additional unit patrolling City Parks.
- Citizens Police Academy
The Citizens Police Academy is an instructional program designed to provide the Cincinnati citizen with an understanding of the science and art of policing.
- "Cold Case" Homicides
Many of Cincinnati’s unsolved homicide cases will be featured on the Ohio Attorney General’s office through their public database of all of Ohio’s unsolved murders. The hope of the Cincinnati Police Department is that someone who may have information on any of these cases will go online and submit a tip, even if anonymous.
- Community Preventive Education Program
The mission of the Community Preventive Education Program is to fund the most effective and efficient community alcohol and drug preventive education programs/services in the City of Cincinnati.
- Missing Persons
The Cincinnati Police Department regularly updates this list of missing persons.
- Ride Along Program
Click here for information on the Police Ride Along program.
- Scrap Metal Dealers No Buy List
Access to the Scrap Metal No Buy List can be accessed from this area.