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The Cincinnati Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Hamilton County, Ohio. The department is the main agency for the City of Cincinnati and provides police services to 52 diverse neighborhoods. The department is composed of 1,000 sworn-in officers and approximately 125 civilian employees. Officers within the department are responsible for responding to calls for service, deterring crime, solving crimes that have occurred, making local arrests and filing police reports.The mission of the department is to develop effective partnerships with the community to improve the quality of life through the delivery of fair police services.
Elliott Issac, Chief of Police
Cincinnati Police Department
310 Ezzard Charles Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45214
Population Served: 300,000
Number of Officers: 1,000
All persons arrested by the Cincinnati Police Department are transported to one of the Hamilton County Corrections Facilities. The Hamilton County Corrections is composed of 3 full-service jails located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Hamilton County Justice Center is the division’s primary facility. The Justice Center has an inmate capacity of 1,240. The second facility is the Reading Road Facility, which has an inmate capacity of 172. The third facility is the Woodburn Avenue Facility, which has a capacity of 60 inmates.
The crime rate in Cincinnati, Ohio was 508 in the year 2020. The overall crime rate is 1.9 times greater than the US average, and is 96% higher than all US cities. The annual crime rate has decreased by 2%. In the last 5 years Cincinnati has seen a decline of both violent and property crimes. Cincinnati has a livability score of 68/100, which is considered average. Cincinnati crime rates are 112% higher than the Ohio average.