The Administrative Services Division of the agency is comprised of an Administrative Lieutenant and two civilian employees. These employees are responsible for the following areas: Buildings and Grounds Fleet management/maintenance Evidence and Property Room Management Internal Affairs (Lieutenant)
Meet the Chief of Police.
Communications officers are the lifeline for those needing medical attention or police services.
Officers assigned to the investigative section investigate crimes that are felonies, require extensive follow up or specialized investigative training.
The Police Division. In order to continue to convey a positive message of crime prevention and build relationships with the community the unit actively participates in the following programs and functions. Neighborhood Watch Program Stranger Danger Program Residential and Commercial Property Inspections Child Identification Kits McGruff the Crime Dog Workplace Violence Programs Drug Awareness Programs - Huber Heights Police Explorers Post 57 Citizens Police Academy P.R.I.D.E. (Proud Residents Improving Daily Enforcement Social Media (Next Door and Facebook). HELP - Huber Heights Endangered Lifesaving Program SRO – School Resource Officer’s IMPACT-Improving Modern Policing and Community Trust The Montgomery County Drug Free Coalition The Public Affairs Unit is responsible for the media relations. The Public Affairs Unit is responsible for conducting/overseeing targeted enforcement at locations where crime trends are observed.
The Huber Heights Police Division Records Department performs many duties, such as background checks, transcribing reports, collecting and compiling statistical data and traffic reports.
The Patrol officers are responsible for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, and general enforcement of laws and ordinances.
School Resource Officers
School Resource Officer’s– The Division currently has two SRO’s assigned to the Huber Heights City School District. The program does not solely focus on policing but also focuses on educating and building partnerships with the youth of our community. This nationally recognized program is staffed by Officer Nick Lambert and Officer Elizabeth Hogue. Officer Lambert is assigned to Weisenborn Junior High and Officer Hogue is assigned to Wayne High School. Both officers are available during school hours and for a time shortly at the end of the school day. They also attend most of the major sporting events at the High School.