Emergency: CALL 911
Dispatch:  
513.825.2280
Station:  513.825.2101

 

Q:

 

Does Greenhills have a juvenile curfew law?

A:

 

Yes. The Greenhills Codified Ordinance for “CURFEW” is section 509.08 and reads as follows; “No minor under the age of eighteen years shall loiter, idle, wander, stroll, play or ride any motor vehicle in the public streets, other public place, place of amusement and entrainment, vacant lots, or other unsupervised places between the hours of 11:00 pm and 6:00 am of the following date, official Municipal time. However, the provisions of this section do not apply to minors accompanied by their parents, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of the minor, or when the minor is upon an emergency errand or legitimate business directed by his/her parents, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of the minor.”

     

Q:

 

What happens after a report is filed?

A:

 

After a report is taken it is typically completed by the end of the Officers duty shift. Depending on various circumstances the report may be completed within two to three business days. Crimes of a serious nature, i.e. burglary, assault, sex crimes, etc. will be investigated until all leads are exhausted. Reports that do not expose the identity of a juvenile are public record. If you filed a report and desire to have a copy you will be provided one copy of the report at no cost.

     

Q:

 

How do I get a copy of a traffic crash report?

A:

 

If you were involved in a traffic crash you may receive a copy of the report at no cost. Traffic Crash reports are typically completed within 24-48 hours of the traffic crash depending on various circumstances. A supervisor checks on the correctness of all traffic crashes after their initial completion by the officer assigned to the traffic crash. It is highly advisable to contact your insurance company as they will obtain a copy of the report on your behalf.  Reports of most crashes occurring on public streets and highways in Ohio can be found on the Ohio Department of Public Safety website here.  You must enter information regarding the date, the county, and jurisdiction (if the crash occurred here, Hamilton County and Greenhills).  

 

     

Q:

 

How do I pay a fine for a traffic citation that I received?

A:

 

Please see our Traffic / Pedestrian Citation  page.

     

Q:

 

How do I find out if any Sex Offenders live in Greenhills?

A:

 

 

 

 

Q:

A:

 

Section 2950.04 of the Ohio Revised Code requires that anyone who has been convicted or plead guilty to a sexually oriented offense register with the Sheriff within the county in which they reside. To ascertain if any sexually oriented offenders reside within a particular area you may conduct an online search by using a zip code. For locations in Hamilton County you may visit the Hamilton County’s Sheriff’s Office website at www.hcso.org

How can I be fingerprinted?

Although the Greenhills Police Department does not have the equipment necessary to offer citizen fingerprinting, there are 31 WebCheck locations throughout Hamilton, Butler, and Warren Counties.  A list of those locations is available at: http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Services/Business/WebCheck/Webcheck-Community-Listing 

Q:

A:

 

What if a person has Limited English Proficiency?

The Greenhills Police Department’s Limited English Proficiency policy provides procedures for officers and employees in obtaining language assistance services. 

  • Persons who cannot converse in English or another language spoken by an officer from this department will be provided language assistance.
  • When the need arises to converse with a person who cannot converse in English or an-other language spoken by the officer, the Communications Center will be contacted.  Communications Center policies provide that:
  • The dispatcher will contact the Communications Center’s translation service;
  • The translation service provides for Spanish and a number of other languages;
  • The officer or dispatcher will brief the interpreter and summarize what the interpreter should accomplish and provide any special instructions;
  • Once the interpreter is secured, the non-English speaker will be added to the line.
  • After the language services are secured, persons in need of language assistance will be afforded the opportunity to seek information about the available language assistance measures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go to top