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The Springfield Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Clark County, Ohio. The department is composed of 3 main divisions: uniformed patrol, staff services, and investigations. The uniformed patrol division is the largest division of the department. Officers within this division are first on the scene of a crime or traffic accident. These officers are responsible for responding to calls for service, deterring crime, conducting preliminary criminal investigations, making local arrests, and filing police reports. The staff services division is responsible for the training of officers, helping the public with any questions and concerns, and maintaining all police reports, arrest records, property, and evidence that is processed into the department. The investigations division conducts thorough criminal investigations. These officers work on crimes ranging from theft to homicide. The department provides programs to the community such as the Citizen Police Academy, DARE program, and self-defense classes.
Lee Graf, Chief of Police
Springfield Police Department
130 N Fountain Avenue
Springfield, OH 45502
Population Served: 70,000
Number of Officers: 133
All persons arrested by the Springfield Police Department are transported to the Clark County Jail. The Clark County Jail is a minimum to maximum security facility located in Springfield, Ohio. The jail houses inmates who have been charged with and arrested for misdemeanor or felony crimes. Both adult and juvenile offenders are housed in the jail.
Inmates are allowed to have 1 thirty minute visit per week. Video recording systems are used for visitation. All visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 2 pm to 2:30 pm and 8 pm to 8:30 pm
The crime rate in Springfield, Ohio is 401. The overall crime rate is 1.5 times higher than the US average. The crime rate is higher than the crime rates in 91.6% of all cities in the US. The annual crime rate has decreased by 13% in the last year. In the last 5 years, Springfield has seen a decline in both violent and property crimes. Springfield has a livability score of 59/100, which is considered below average. Springfield crime rates are 164% higher than the Ohio average.