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Police Department
Chief John D. Reynolds

Mission Statement How to Contact

The mission of the Maineville Police Department is to provide a safe, secure atmosphere, and enhance the quality of life in the Village Of Maineville by working cooperatively with the public. Our mission is to strengthen public confidence in the organization, develop and maintain positive relations with the community and to promote a safe and friendly community through enforcement and education.

513.583.0048 Option 1
513.583.0051 Fax
513.925.2525 Dispatch
Our Values Hours of Operation

We promise to diligently uphold the laws that protect both life and property of the citizens of Maineville without bias or prejudice. We pledge to conduct ourselves both professionally and personally in ways which clearly show that honesty and integrity are our code of honor.

Monday - Friday (Office)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Reports Available 8am-1pm Mon-Thur
Our Vision    

It is the vision of the members of the Maineville Police Department to serve as leaders in the law enforcement community. Our officers will strive to conduct themselves in a manner that will set an example for all law enforcement officers to follow.




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Chief John D.  Reynolds
Lieutenant / Asst. Chief Beth Mason
Dustin Hogan
Community Services

Vacation House Checks

Extra Patrols

Business Registrations/Business Checks

Gun Locks

Ohio Drug Drop Box Program

Neighborhood Watch

Auxiliary Officers

Scott Aronoff

Leo J. Soto
John Wilson

Chaplain Jon Barker

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Department History Warren County Police Agenies
The Village of Maineville Police Department established a Police department in the 1950's. After years of operating with a Village Marshall, Maineville appointed it's first police chief, Glenn Frazier.

In September of 1970, The Village took the next step with the appointment of Police Chief Joe Lane (part - time). 

In 1973 the Maineville Police Department provided police services to the residents of  surrounding Hamilton Township as well as the Village.  As time went on the Warren County Sheriff's Office returned to normal patrols of Hamilton Township and the Village returned to patrolling the Village exclusively. In 1997, Chief Lane was hired to full time status by the former Mayor,  John Michael.

In 2001, The Village enacted an Earned Income Tax Ordinance of 1% which now funds all Village departments.  Maineville continued to contract with the Hamilton Township Police Department.  In August of 2004, while still under contract with Hamilton Township, the Village sat aside $50,000 to begin building the new department. In January 2005, the Village of Maineville re-established the Maineville Police Department and  appointed Andrew Roosa as Chief. The Warren County Sheriff's Office donated a cruiser and by March of 2005, the Village began providing routine police patrols once again.

John D. Reynolds was appointed Chief of Police in August of 2006. Since his appointment an additional vehicle, a 2008 Ford, has been added to the police fleet.  Two other vehicles were also dontated to the Village, one by the Warren County Sheriff's Office and one by the City of Mason. We also are the only village in the county with a BAC DataMaster, which was also donated.

It is the goal of the Village police department to continue to expand our services to provide the most comprehensive police coverage and community based programs available.

Maineville Police Department recently worked with the residents of Salt Run subdivision to create a Neighborhood Watch program and participates in the Project Child safe program providing free gun locks to residents. Maineville became a recent participant in the Ohio Prescription Drug Drop Box Program, providing a local drop off point for unused medications.
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Village of Maineville Police Department * 8188 S. State Route 48 * Maineville, Ohio 45039
513-583-0048 * 513-583-0051 Fax
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