Miami Township Police
DRUG TAKEBACK DAY
Have unused, expired, or unwanted prescription medications in your home? Safely dispose of them on Saturday, April 30, from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M., at the Miami Township Police Department as part of he DEA National Drug Take Back event.
And remember, our dropbox is available 24/7 in the lobby of the MTPD.
Take Me Home
Take Me Home is a database only accessible to law enforcement & emergency personnel for those who may have difficulty communicating due to a developmental or cognitive disability, while lost or in an emergency-situation.
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Internet Purchase Exchange Location
The police department has set up an “Internet Safety Zone” in the lobby of the police station at 5900 McPicken Drive that residents can use to sell or buy things from internet websites. The zone will be monitored by video and is available 24/7.
Drug Drop Box
Residents of Miami Township can dispose of unwanted prescription drugs and medications 24/7 at the drop box located in the MTPD lobby at 5900 McPicken Drive. PLEASE NOTE: No liquids, gels or needles will be accepted!
Victim Assistance Program
The Victim Assistance Program, a division of the Clermont County Prosecutors’ Office, has served victims of crime in Clermont County since 1986. A staff of five Victim Advocates provide services in Clermont County Common Pleas (Felony), Municipal (Misdemeanor), and Juvenile Court.
Ohio House Bill 115 provides an extra layer of protection during a traffic stop. Below is the Communication Disability Verification Form.