Are you open during the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic?

Yes we are! However, things may be a little different than you are used to. All of our administrative staff are working from remotely but have full access to their phones and emails. The best way to reach us is by email

If you are looking for information we suggest you search this website. It contains many of the answers, forms, and applications you may be looking for. 

Unfortunately, services that involve significant personal interaction have been temporarily suspended. These include: tours, citizen ride-a-longs, most meetings, vendor visits, and others. Please email us if you have questions about a particular service. 

If you need non-emergency police assistance(513-677-7000) you will find that we may choose to call or email you rather than stop by, ask you to step outside to speak with us, and generally limit personal interactions. These limited interactions decrease the risk of coronavirus transmission for both you and the officer. Finally, please do not hesitate to call us if an emergency occurs. Our officers are ready to answer any emergency call. 

We hope these small adaptations will keep us and you safe during our interactions. Please stay healthy! 

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1. Are you open during the Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic?
2. Does the Loveland Police Department conduct background checks or Webchecks?
3. I heard that I might not live in the City of Loveland even though my address says “Loveland.” Is that true?
4. How many officers work for the police department?
5. I heard that the Loveland police will check on my house while I am on vacation. Is that true?
6. Where are you located and when are you open?
7. Where can I dispose of unneeded medications or drugs?
8. Will LPD conduct a "police inspection" for my low speed vehicle to operate on City streets?