The City's Police Department is nationally accredited and provides the community with the best law enforcement and public safety services available anywhere. The Police Department is responsible for directing and supervising Trotwood's patrol, anti-crime, criminal investigation, K-9 unit, traffic/speed control and drug/OVI enforcement functions.

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Trotwood's Nationally Accredited Police department includes:

Quincy E. Pope, Sr., Public Safety Director/Deputy City Manager

Captain John Porter – Administrative

1 Accreditation & Business Manager
• 3 Records Clerks

Captain Erik Wilson – Operations & Patrol

1 Detective Sergeant

• 7 Detectives

• 5 Patrol Sergeants

• 18 Patrol Officers

• 3 Uniformed Citizen Volunteers/COPP

• 1 Canine – Dual Purpose (Drug & Patrol)

Special Officer Assignments Requiring Specialized Training and Certification

• 4 Bicycle Officers

• 17 Field Training Officers including Detectives, Sergeants, and Command Staff

• 11 Evidence Technicians

• 4 Accident Specialists

• 1 Officer assigned to Regional HNT (Hostage Negotiation Team)

• 1 Canine Handler
5 Firearms Instructors


• 19 Marked Cruisers

• 8 Unmarked Vehicles

• 1 Mobile Forensic Unit

• 1 Transport Van

• 1 Mobile Speed Van

• 9 Patrol Bicycles

For more information please contact Public Safety Director/Deputy City Manager Quincy E. Pope, Sr. at (937) 854-7202 or qpope@trotwood.org.

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