Thursday, June 13, 2013

Walnut hills southeast Dayton festival June 22 2013 10.00am 8.00pm this is a free event there be fun things to do all ages pony rides blow up for kids to play on moonwalk DJ TANGLED UP IN venders BOB'S BBQ DAVE FISH CHIPS BOOTH VENDERS CRAFT VENDERS churches will be there Colorado baptist church bake sale need volunteers to help contact bob lipps 238-2995

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Online Crime Reporting

Citizens are encouraged to take advantage of technology to report minor crimes through the Dayton Police Department’s Online Crime Reporting System: This customer convenient approach eliminates the need for residents to wait for a Police Officer to arrive at the scene. Instead, citizens simply can supply the relevant information through the website, where a Detective reviews the information and determines follow up action. The online reporting system should be used only for non-violent crimes with no suspect information available, and the crime falls within one of the following eight categories: fraud; harassing phone calls; identity theft; lost property; accidental property damage; theft (non-vehicle); theft from vehicles; or vandalism. Citizens without Internet access can also choose to report non-emergency crimes over the phone by calling 333-COPS (2677). Crimes in progress or other emergency situations should still be reported through the normal 9-1-1 police dispatch function.

To report a minor crime online:

To report a minor crime by phone: 333-COPS (2677)