The officers of the Village of Golf Manor Police Department (GMPD) are integral members of our Village community. As the official law enforcement agency of the Village, the men and women of the GMPD preserve the peace, protect life, and property in the Village. They enforce all laws, Village ordinances, State statutes and codes. Founded in 1948, the GMPD works in cooperation with other surrounding police agencies and is dispatched by the Hamilton County Communications Center.
The GMPD serves residents 24 hours a day, seven days per week with full professional services. Officers are assigned to conduct patrols on the road, bicycle, and foot (depending on the season) in addition to conducting investigations of crimes, incidents and assisting residents with various issues. Our police officers also assist the personnel of the Little Miami Joint Fire & Rescue District with EMS runs and fire emergencies in the Village as necessary.
To enhance the overall mission of the Village (click here), the Golf Manor Police Department will equally and objectively provide service and protection to enforce the laws of the United States of America, the State of Ohio, and the Village. We will work in partnership with the citizens of the community to provide a safe and secure environment for residents, businesses and the general public.
Residents may visit the Police Department in person with non-emergency business issues during regular office hours, Monday through Friday from 9 to 11:30 am and 12:30 to 5 pm, except on observed holidays, or by calling 513-531-3108.
|Police, Fire & Medical Emergency Services||Dial 911|
|Non-emergency police issues may be reported to the Officer on duty||513-615-3000
|Non-emergency Email Addressemail@example.com|
HOW TO REPORT A CRIME
To report a crime or request emergency assistance within the limits of the Village of Golf Manor, dial 911.
When is it appropriate to call 911?
Callers are asked to give the following information including name, address and phone number along with the type of incident being reported. Some reasons to call 911 include:
- A person is hurting someone else.
- A person is hurt and needs help.
- A person is committing a theft offense.
- Visible smoke or fire.
For any call that is not an emergency call the Officer on Duty at 513-615- 3000 or at 513-615- 3001.