West Chester Police Department
9577 Beckett Road, Suite 500
West Chester, OH 45069
non-emergency p: 513-777-2231
Police Chief: Erik Niehaus
Records Section Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Request Police Public Records: email@example.com
The West Chester Police Department was established in 1967 and has grown from a small contingent of officers to a department of nearly 100 employees committed to keeping our community safe.
The men and women of the West Chester Police Department have purpose, commitment and values. Adherence to the Police Department Mission will guarantee our community's livability through fair and impartial law enforcement, delivered in a kind and compassionate manner.
West Chester Police Department Mission Statement
- We believe in the Constitutional values of our Democracy.
- We believe in the rapid, fair, and impartial enforcement of the laws of the State of Ohio and the resolutions of the Township of West Chester.
- We believe in the fair and equal treatment of all citizens.
- We believe in the right of citizens to dignity and respect.
- We believe in being open and honest with the public and encourage cooperation within the community.
- We believe in establishing a strong police-community partnership.
- We strive to be prepared for any condition or circumstance that requires police action.
- We strive for the highest standards of professional integrity.
- We strive to provide an environment of openness and cooperation with government officials and media.
- We strive for the highest level of community confidence and satisfaction.
Policing Districts For the benefit of law enforcement, West Chester is divided into three districts, each commanded by a police lieutenant. That district commander is responsible for coordinating the policing strategies utilized to address the specific needs and activities associated with each district. Check the map below for commander contact information in your district.