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The Norwood Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Hamilton County, Ohio. The officers within the department are responsible for patrolling the city, preventing crime, investigating crime, finding and removing drugs from the community, assisting in the safety at schools in the city, making local arrests and providing services to the community. There is a civilian support staff within the department. The support staff is responsible for maintaining police reports, arrest records, property, and evidence that come into the department. The department takes pride in providing the citizens and visitors of Norwood the highest quality police service. The department has values including integrity, pride, respect, professionalism, and commitment.
William Kramer, Chief of Police
Norwood Police Department
4701 Montgomery Road
Norwood, OH 45212
Population Served: 20,000
Number of Officers: 51
All persons arrested by the Norwood Police Department are transported to the Hamilton County Jail. 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. Each facility provides many programs to the inmates such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Bible Study and adult education classes. Between the 3 facilities, there is an average daily population of 1,524 inmates. Hamilton County books approximately 31,000 inmates per year. Current inmates and their mugshots can be viewed on the Hamilton County jail roster.
The crime rate in Norwood, Ohio is 264. The overall crime rate is comparable to the average in the US. The crime rate is higher than the crime rate in 79.3% of all cities in the US. The annual crime rate has decreased by 22% in the last year. In the last 5 years, Norwood has seen a decline in both violent and property crimes. Norwood has a livability score of 78/100, which is considered exceptional. Norwood crime rates are 12% higher than the Ohio average.