Delhi Citizen’s Police Association

Be a part of a GREAT Organization

Delhi Police are here for you 24/7, and would like to invite your participation in keeping our community safe.

The Delhi Citizens Police Association (DCPA) was created in 1999.  The 49 current members are looking for you to join this great organization.

Members raise funds to acquire equipment, assist in the development and implementation of emergency preparedness programs, and help the department with traffic control at parades, concerts in the park and various community events.

Would you like to support the Delhi Police Department and give back to your community?  We would love to have you.Membership meetings are held every fourth Thursday of the month, at 7 p.m., at the Delhi Senior Center on Neeb Road.  Membership is open to those 21 years of age or older.  Dues are $12.00 per year (prorated monthly).

If interested please complete the application found at the link below and return to:  Chief Jim Howarth, 934 Neeb Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45233.



DCPA Application


The Delhi Citizens Police Association (DCPA) was formed in 1999 as a non-profit organization. Their mission is to assist the Delhi Police Department. They raise funds to help the Police Department with necessary items which are not normally provided in the township Police budget. The membership is comprised of residents of Delhi Township or anyone who has completed the Delhi Citizens Police Academy. Graduates may then join the DCPA and continue on to join the Citizens on Patrol program.

Some of the items purchased for the Delhi Police Department include a generator for a multi-use vehicle, a bicycle and new uniforms for the Bike Patrol, Stinger flashlights for all the officers, workout equipment, and a Redman suit for training.

The DCPA has also assisted the citizens of Delhi by helping with the Delhi Skirt Game, Concerts in the Park, Delhi Business Association Easter Egg Hunt, Crimestoppers Telethon, and other functions within the township and Greater Cincinnati area.

The Delhi Citizens Police Association assisted with the departments first annual “Kids n’ Cops” Program. The program was developed by the Delhi Skirt Game Committee in cooperation with the Delhi police and fire departments. The event was held on Saturday December 12th 2009, and assisted 84 kids (24 families) while participating in the first ever shopping spree at the Target in Western Hills. Each child had the ability to spend $100 on both needed items, and wants.

This event would not have been possible without the generosity of sponsors, and private donations, that support the Delhi Skirt game throughout the year.

If you would like to see additional information of the Delhi Skirt Game (or Kids n’ Cops) visit

Delhi Township