The Delhi Township Police Department is charged with the responsibility of providing complete law enforcement services for the community of Delhi Township, a suburban community located in Southwestern Ohio’s Hamilton County. The Delhi Township Police Department provides services to 29,510 residents (2010 U.S. Census), covering 10.1 square miles. The Department provides uniform patrol service, criminal investigation, and records maintenance and also maintains a two-cell temporary holding facility.
Delhi Township Police Headquarters is located in the Howard R. Makin Law Enforcement Complex at 934 Neeb Road. Administered by the Office of the Chief and Assistant Chief, the Delhi Township Police Department is organized into three divisions: the Patrol Division, the Investigation Division, and the Support Services Division.
For all non-emergency situations, please call 513-922-0060 between the hours of 8:00am and 10:00pm Monday – Friday to speak to a Police Clerk. For all non-emergency situations between 10:00pm and 8:00am or on weekends, please call 513-922-0060 and leave a message for an officer and they will call you back as soon as possible.
Message From the Chief
On behalf of the men and women of the Delhi Township Police Department, I would like to tell you it is a pleasure serving the Delhi Community.
The Delhi Police Department takes pride in its relationship with the Delhi community. As Police Chief for Delhi Township, it is my responsibility to make sure your Police Department continues to provide quality police services with pride, professionalism, and respect. Each and every day Delhi Police Officers are accountable for carrying out the mission of the Police Department: “The protection of life, the protection of rights, the protection of property, the maintenance of order, justice with compassion; all accomplished in partnership with the community”.
I encourage citizens to become involved with YOUR Police Department. The department has excellent community organizations such as the Delhi Citizen’s Police Association (DCPA), Citizens on Patrol (COP), Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA), and Neighborhood Watch Programs. If you have an interest in the aforementioned programs please feel free to contact me directly.
In closing, I would like to say it is truly an honor to serve the Delhi community. Until we meet, Stay Safe!
Col. Jim Howarth, Chief of Police