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The Troy Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Miami County, Ohio. The department is composed of 3 separate sections: patrol, detective, and administration. The patrol division is the largest of the department. These officers are responsible for responding to calls for service, deterring crime, conducting preliminary investigations, and making local arrests. The patrol officers are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The detective division is made up of 3 detectives, 3 DARE/SRO officers, and a property room manager. The detectives are responsible for investigating and solving crimes. The DARE and SRO officers are placed in schools within the city to help educate and prevent crime. The property room manager maintains all property and evidence logged into the department. The administration division is responsible for helping the public with general inquiries and processing police reports and arrest records requests. The department is dedicated to serving and protecting citizens of the community.
Shawn McKinney, Chief of Police
Troy Police Department
124 E Main Street
Troy, OH 45373
Population Served: 23,000
Number of Officers: 42
All persons arrested by the Troy Police Department are transported to the Miami County Jail. The Miami County Jail is a minimum to maximum security facility located in Troy, Ohio. The jail is comprised of 2 facilities: The Miami County Jail and the Miami County Incarceration Facility. The primary jail is the Miami County Jail. The Miami County Jail has a capacity of 48 inmates. The Miami County Incarceration Facility has a capacity of 240 inmates.
The crime rate in Troy, Ohio is 106. The overall crime rate is 2.5 times smaller than the US average. It is higher than the crime rates in 43% of all cities in the US. The annual crime rate has decreased by 24% in the last year. In the last 5 years, Troy has seen a decline in both violent and property crimes. Troy has a livability score of 88/100, which is considered exceptional. Troy crime rates are 20% lower than the Ohio average.