Police Department

6303 Harrison Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45247
(513) 574-0007


Juvenile Curfew
Curfew hours are 12:30 a.m. until 5:00 a.m. for minors ages 16 or 17 and from 11:30 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. for minors less than 16 years of age.  Under the regulations, minors are allowed to be out during the restricted hours if they are accompanied by a parent, in an emergency, or if they are heading directly home from work, a school sanctioned event, or an activity sponsored by the township or a civic organization.

Additionally, the curfew imposes restrictions from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 .p.m. for students who are suspended or expelled, if they would normally be in school at that time. 

Public Safety Announcement - Home and Personal Safety
We have received requests for tips regarding home and personal safety.  Click
here here for a comprehensive guide from the National Crime Prevention Council. 

Next of Kin Registration for Ohioans
Any holder of a valid Ohio driver license, commercial driver license, temporary permit or State of Ohio identification card will now have the option of providing the name and information of a contact person they wish to be notified in the event the individual is involved in a crash or emergency and is otherwise unable to communicate with the contact person. Ohioans can now provide next of kin information for up to two contacts,
online or through any BMV deputy registrar.

Parents Encouraged to Get State ID's for Kids
"Having an identification card on record can be an invaluable tool in the safe recovery of a child and the Ohio BMV encourages all parents to bring their children to one of our more than 200 locations statewide to get a State ID card," said Ohio BMV Registrar Mike Rankin. Click
here for more information. 

Vacation Checks
The Police Department will check on your house while you are away.

D.A.R.E. Program
(Drug Abuse Resistance Education)

Drug abuse is one of the major problems confronting our society today.  Nationally, drug use is on the rise and the problem permeates every level of our society.  Unfortunately, suburban communities, such as Green Township, are not immune from the problems caused by drug abuse.

D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is the most widely used program aimed at preventing our young people from becoming involved in drug use.  Research has proven that D.A.R.E. graduates have more negative attitudes about drug use, than do students who have not been through the program.

D.A.R.E. was started in 1983 in Los Angeles, California.  In 1992, the Green Township Police Department started the D.A.R.E. Program in several of our elementary schools.  Presently, we teach the program at seven elementary schools in Green Township.  The D.A.R.E. Program is taught in   three other schools in Green Township by other police departments.

Fifth grade students in Green Township are taught the D.A.R.E. Program by uniformed police officers.  After completing the ten week program, the students attend a graduation ceremony.  As of the end of the 2007-2008 school year, 11,431 fifth grade students have graduated from a D.A.R.E. Program instructed by Green Township Police Officers.  

The D.A.R.E. topics of instruction are:



Purposes and Overview of D.A.R.E. Program


Tobacco and You


Smoke Screen (Facts about Marijuna)


Alcohol and You


The Real Truth


Friendship Foundations


Putting It Together


Personal Action/D.A.R.E Report


Role Models





  The Green Township D.A.R.E. officers and their schools are:

P/O Shannon Crone - St. Antoninus, Springmyer 
P/O Scott Hamilton   - John Foster Dulles 
P/O Larry Zettler - St. Aloysius, Oakdale, St. James, Our Lady of Visitation, St. Jude

For further information about the D.A.R.E. Program in Green Township, please contact one of our D.A.R.E. officers at 574-0007.