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The Middletown Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Butler County, Ohio. The department is composed of 108 officers divided into 2 main divisions: operations and support services. The operations division is made up of the communications center, the criminal investigations unit, the special operations unit, K9 unit, patrol officers and the special response team. These units are responsible for dispatching and responding to calls for service, deterring crime, investigating crime, making local arrests, and dealing with high risk criminal situations. The support services division is made up of the corrections unit, and the officers who oversee the property, evidence, arrest records and police reports. The mission of the department is to protect and serve the public with honor, integrity and professionalism.
David Birk, Chief of Police
Middletown Police Department
1 Donham Plaza
Middletown, OH 45042
Population Served: 50,000
Number of Officers: 108
All persons arrested by the Middletown Police Department are housed at the full-service jail facility that the department oversees. The jail staffs a deputy chief and 11 corrections officers. The jail has an average daily population of 50 inmates.
Inmates are encouraged to visit with their friends and family. Each inmate is allowed 1 thirty minute visit per week. Visitation hours are as follows:
Sunday: Noon to 2pm
Tuesday: 9am to 11am
Thursday: 6:30pm to 9pm
The crime rate in Middletown, Ohio is 282. The overall crime rate is comparable to the US. The crime rate is higher than the crime rate in 82.1% of all cities and towns in the US. The annual crime rate has decreased by 42%. In the last 5 years, Middletown has seen a decline in both violent and property crimes. Middletown has a livability score of 73/100, which is considered excellent. Middletown crime rates are 25% higher than the Ohio average.