Cincinnati Police - District 3
2300 Ferguson Road, Cincinnati, OH 45238
District Three serves the Western side of the City of Cincinnati. The district covers 20.06 square miles. Residential population is approximately 95,000 residents living in fourteen separate neighborhoods: East Price Hill, West Price Hill, Lower Price Hill, East Westwood, Westward, Englishwoods, Fay Apartments, Millvale & Moosewood, North Fairmount, South Fairmount, Riverside, Saylor Park, Sedamsville and South Cumminsville.
District Three delivers a variety police services to the fourteen communities with a staff of 151 sworn officers (1 Captain, 4 Lieutenants, 18 Sergeants and 128 Officers) and five civilians. The majority of the officers are assigned to the three reliefs: First Shift, Second Shift and Third Shift. The relief officers’ primary function is to provide 24 hour first responder police services to the communities. Other services provided by the Reliefs are, specialized traffic enforcement and mountain bike patrol. Additionally, District Three staffs an Investigative Unit responsible for the district wide investigations.
The Investigative Unit is comprised of three unique units: Investigators, Violent Crimes Squad and a Neighborhood Unit. The Investigators complete follow up investigations received by the relief officers and processes crime scenes.
The Violent Crimes Squad is tasked with the duties of street level drug investigations, apprehension of wanted felons and other covert operations. The Neighborhood Unit works closely with the community to provide long term problem solving and crime prevention services relative to each neighborhood.
TIP411.com, is the primary communication tool for the Department. We are providing information that will include new ways to keep us all connected and informed and will help keep our community safer. Be sure you SIGN UP with TIP411.com. Local businesses can participate in the Business Alert Network. Be sure to select your correct business category when you register so that we only send you alerts that impact your company.
You can receive these targeted, instantaneous alerts via email, cell phone, pager and fax. Neighborhood Watch Groups and Citizens on Patrol have their own dedicated page on TIP411.com allowing you to stay informed about what is happening in your neighborhood. You can receive Neighborhood Alerts directly from the Cincinnati Police Department about crimes or other incidents that are uniquely relevant to you. Cincinnati Residents can bookmark this page to automatically receive Crime Alerts to stay informed about crimes and other safety issues in Cincinnati and its 52 neighborhoods.
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