Department Roster. Police ChiefJeffrey P. Kruithoff LieutenantSergeants Jon WheelerDon WilsonJon Wheeler Supervising DetectiveTodd Turpin Tim ParkerDan BentleyLisa Walsh Communications SupervisorDispatchers Melody MeredithNicole Pacifico
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Jeffrey P. Kruithoff, Police Chief
2004 Annual Report
Community Partnerships for Success
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Jeffrey P. Kruithoff
Jon Wheeler Don Wilson
Supervising Detective Todd Turpin
Tim Parker Dan Bentley
Melody Meredith Nicole Pacifico
Detective Cathy Lang
Aaron Zimmaro Carol Schweighardt
Dan Fueston Joe May
Dale Richter Bob Marchiny
Larry Bush Brian Stewart
Nick Clark Randy Peagler
Eric Kuhlman Terry Dunkel
Nathan Anderkin Heath Martin
Chris Evans Todd Pultz
The Springboro Division of Police works in partnership with the community to provide protection and security for it’s citizens. The Police Division exists to protect people and property, to foster a community spirit and adherence to the law, to provide rapid response to citizens needs for service and to provide a variety of emergency services.
Police Chief – Chief Executive Officer
The Police Chief is responsible for planning, organizing, operations analysis, community relations and public affairs, development of operational policies and procedures, publishing enforcement and training bulletins and the development of short and long range operations.
Springboro’s Division of Police is organized into two components:
The Operations Section consists of the following functions:
Communications Records Section
The Communications Records Section is responsible for the reception and dispatching of calls for service to the Springboro Police Division. It is responsible for the maintenance and control of all police reports and records within the police division, except those reports which by their nature would stay under the control of the Chief of Police.
The Operations Section consists of:
The function of the Operations Section include the following:
The patrol function is responsible for the protection of life, property and the prevention of crime and the apprehension of offenders through a combination of random and direction patrol by uniformed police officers in marked police vehicles. The patrol force is responsible to preserve the public peace, response to calls for service, render assistance to persons when necessary, conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations or reported offenses.
The crime prevention function provides crime prevention programs to the citizens of the community. The Crime Prevention Officer is also involved in public relations for the department. He is sometimes responsible for assisting the community with block parties, arranging for tours of the building for scout troops, etc. He shall keep up to date on crime patterns within the city and identify problem areas within the community, then make recommendations to reduce those areas that have been identified.
The Communications Records Section consists of:
The Communications Records Section, under the supervision of the Lead Dispatcher, is responsible for the reception and dispatching of calls for service. The main and most important duty of this component is to receive and transmit various types of information in person, by telephone, by two-way radio and by computer terminal. It is responsible for receiving payments, typing charges for presentment in Springboro Mayor’s Court when the Clerk of Courts office is closed and for performing receptionist clerk/typist duties. It is responsible for the maintenance and control of all police reports.
In 2004 the Communications Section dispatched 9,830 calls for service compared to 9,574 in 2003.
20,639 Computer Aided Dispatch calls were processed by the Communications Section in 2004 with 21,287 in 2003.
2004 showed 1,211 calls were received by E-911. In 2003, 1,284 calls were received.
Crimes per 1000 population per year
Crimes per 100,000 population per year
The MISSION of the Springboro Police Department is to work in partnership with the residents and businesses of the community to provide a safe and secure environment where the quality of life may be enhanced through the delivery of fair and impartial police services.