Miami Township Police Department
The Miami Township Police Department is the largest township department in Montgomery County. Its authorized strength is based on available funding through two police operating levies.
The department holds the nationally recognized Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) Certificate of Compliance that recognizes the department’s commitment to public safety and professional excellence. It also hosts one of the top National Night Out events in the country, bringing the community together to promote an anti-crime message.
Under the supervision of the police chief, our officers protect and serve the community, committed to these core values:
Professionalism | Integrity | Courage | Excellence | Dedication | Honor |Service
The police department is already working toward securing continuing CALEA accreditation. CLICK NOW to read the 2022 year end report.
The Miami Township Police Department earned its second CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies) accreditation in July 2021. The distinction demonstrates the department's commitment to the highest quality practices and procedures. Learn more.
Anyone wishing to provide comments regarding the Miami Township Police Department compliance with Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) standards, engagement in the community service, delivery of public safety services, and overall candidacy for accredited status may provide comments to CALEA through the Public Comment Portal. CLICK NOW
Citizens' Tool Box:
The Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and local dispatchers are compiling information about planned public events for the solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. CLICK NOW to complete a survey about your plans.
The Public Policy Report provides a clear understanding of police department policies and procedures. It will help with understanding of our relationship with the community and how this department operates and encourages transparency. CLICK NOW
Electronic fingerprinting for state/federal background checks for employment and licensing are available, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $35 each for BCI and FBI checks. Call (937) 433-2301 in advance to make an appointment.
The Safe Senior Program provides residents a safe and secure program that identifies, locates and assists seniors during an emergency. Signing up for the program is voluntary. It is free, but may involve a charge if you choose the lock box option.
National Night Out is a yearly event that promotes better police-community relations. We encourage residents to plan parties, cookouts and other gatherings to help build neighborhood pride. How to register your party for National Night Out.The MTPD Fact Sheet offers valuable information in a simple, readable way, so that you can lean more about us and what we stand for. CLICK TO READ
The MTPD Explorer program offers young people the opportunity to learn about law enforcement and receive hands-on training. CLICK FOR MORE
The MTPD App is a quick and easy way to stay in touch with our department. You will find an interactive crime map and be able to make anonymous tips to police, plus so much more. Find it in your app store now. Search for Miami Township PD.
Calling Card Door Hangers will alert you when an officer has responded to your residence to investigate a reported infraction. Actions such as barking dog warnings, open garage door checks, parking violations and others.
The Citizen Property Inventory System is a secure system to register your valuable property. It allows you to store serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures and scans of receipts so that your items can be quickly identified if lost or stolen. Register now and Report It.
The Vacation House Check service is available to any citizen who would like an officer to periodically check on your house while you are away. Here is what you need to do to set it up in advance.
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Mission and Values Statement:
The members of the Miami Township Police Department are committed to excellence in law enforcement and are dedicated to the residents, businesses and visitors to our community. To protect life and property, prevent crime and reduce the fear of crime, we will provide service with understanding, response with compassion, performance with integrity, and law enforcement with professionalism.