|The Chillicothe Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency responsible for all law enforcement, traffic safety and crime prevention services in the City of Chillicothe.
The Chillicothe Police Department has an authorized strength of 17 sworn law enforcement officers, five communication's officers, one records clerk, one administrative assistant, and one reserve law enforcement officer. The department is managed by a Chief of Police. The command staff includes an Assistant Chief of Police, Captain, and Lieutenant. Three patrol supervisors oversee 10 patrol officers. You may contact the department by calling toll free 1-877-646-2185.
City Council Meeting 05/30/17 - The council approved
increasing the starting pay for new police officers to $15.45 per hour at their regular council meeting May 30. The previous wage was $13.37 per hour for the first six months and then increasing to $15.45 per hour. The council unanimously agreed to increase the starting pay. Shortly thereafter, in executive session which followed the regular council meeting, city officials approved the hiring of three new police officers. The three new officers employed on a unanimous vote following a recommendation from the Chief of Police Rick Knouse include Whitney Murdock of Carrollton; Eric Menconi of Chillicothe, and Mathew McCurry of Brookfield. Ms. Murdock has been a sergeant with the Carrollton Police Department. Menconi is a juvenile officer in Chillicothe, and
McCurry is a recent graduate of the Police Academy. McCurry began duty on Thursday,
and the remaining two new officers will start their new jobs in two weeks. The police department is now at full force of 17 officers, according to Mayor
to our modern facility located at 613 Walnut Street in
Chillicothe police officers are some of the best trained officers in this part of the state and with our affiliation at a number of training outlets, our officers are consistently updating their skills and knowledge in this ever changing environment.
Police Officers and police department employees are expected to protect and to serve the public as part of their duty; but, sometimes, an officer or dispatcher may go that
"extra mile." A thank you is always appreciated, but you may not feel that is enough to show your appreciation.
If you think an officer or department employee merits special recognition, please email us at
email@example.com. Likewise, if you have a complaint or concern you wish to discuss with our department, we would also like to hear from you.