Chief Charlie Stiegelmeyer became Miami Township chief of police in May 2019. His vision for the Miami Township Police Department includes:
- implementing programs to build better police/community relationships
- implementing modern technology to help officers prevent and detect criminal activity more efficiently
- balancing the needs of the department with the needs of the community
Chief Stiegelmeyer will continue to build upon the police department’s core values and ensure these values resonate through the staff and out into the community.
Highlights of his distinguished career include serving as chief of police for the city of Powell, Ohio, and as a special agent supervisor for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation. He has served as a field commander for the D.A.R.T. Drug Task Force, assistant field commander for the R.A.N.G.E. Task Force and the director of the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit.
Chief Stiegelmeyer is a certified law enforcement executive. He is a graduate of the 132nd session of the Southern Police Institute Administrative Officers Command course, the 32nd session of the Certified Law Enforcement Executive Program, the Police Executive Leadership College and the Drug Unit Commanders Academy.
He holds a Master of Science degree in criminal justice administration from the University of Cincinnati.