Assistant Chief


Jeffrey Braun is currently serving as the Assistant Police Chief for the Delhi Township Police Department.  Assistant Chief Braun was appointed to the department on July 31, 1996 and has served in various assignments.  Prior to being promoted to Assistant Chief in November 2018, he served as a lieutenant (commanding both the Patrol and Administrative Division), sergeant, corporal, and police officer.  Assistant Chief Braun also served with the Cincinnati Police Division for two years graduating from the 79th Cincinnati Police Recruit Class. 

As a law enforcement professional for nearly three decades, Assistant Chief Braun believes criminal justice professionals should be open minded and inclusive while always working compassionately to build relationships within the community. 

Assistant Chief Braun is devoted to keeping the Delhi Township community safe through innovative community policing strategies while working cooperatively with the community. 

Assistant Chief Braun holds an associate’s degree in law enforcement from Northern Kentucky University, a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati, and a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati.  While completing the academic requirements of his master’s degree, he was awarded the Robert B. Mills Memorial Graduate Award of Excellence.  He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy (Session 254).

Assistant Chief Braun is married to his wife Laura and they have two children (Allison and Andrew).

Role & Responsibilities

Assistant Police Chief Jeff Braun establishes operational priorities and directs the overall activities of the department. He works with the Chief of Police making executive decisions relating to:

  • Department Budget
  • Discipline
  • Investigations
  • Overall Operations of Patrol
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Records Management
  • Support Services
  • Training
  • Vision Casting