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The Loveland Police Department has 23 full-time officers including the chief, assistant chief, four lieutenants, 1 detective, four school resource officers, and 12 road patrol officers. The officers are assisted by a systems manager, clerk of Mayor’s Court, operations assistant, records specialist, and property room specialist. Finally, we rely on several volunteers, who help us provide the best services possible!
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No, we are NOT an authorized Webcheck location. Anyone may request a search of our public records for any contacts with our department. However, this may not qualify as a "Background Check" for many employers.
Yes. The "Loveland" on your mail refers to the 45140 zip code used by the United States Postal Service. This boundary does not relate to the municipal corporation limits. The City of Loveland is approximately 5 square miles with 13,000 residents. The 45140 "Loveland" zip code is approximately 45 square miles with 53,000 residents. Some of our services are available for Loveland residents only.
Yes. If you are planning to be away from your home please call our dispatch at 513-677-7000 and arrange a “vacation watch.” Loveland officers will check on your house while you are gone. Or you can visit our Citizen Request Tracker page to fill out a request.
The Loveland police station is located at 126 South Lebanon Road. Our business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Officers are on patrol 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Loveland Police Department accepts unneeded pills, capsules, and tablets for disposal between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday Through Friday in the lobby of the Loveland Safety Center at 126 South Lebanon Road. Unfortunately, we cannot accept creams, patches, injectables, or any other form of medication. In addition, LPD partners with the the Loveland Educations Against Alcohol and Drugs (LEAAD) team to participate in the DEA Drug Take Back events each spring and fall.
Ohio Revised Code 4511.214 allows municipalities to grant permission to operate low-speed, under-speed, or utility vehicles, or mini-trucks on City streets. However, the City of Loveland has not authorized their operations.