The City of Riverside Police Department by the numbers:
- One Police Station
- 1 Police Chief
- 2 Police Majors
- 4 Sergeants
- 4 Detectives
- 18 Road Patrol Officers
- 1 K-9
In addition to the sworn officers, the Police Department also includes the Records Clerk, Property Room Technician and the Victim Advocate.
You may contact the Police Department at:
937-233-1801, option 3
The Riverside Police Department responds to approximately:
- 27,000 calls for service annually
- 750 traffic crash calls annually.
The City of Riverside local interactive crime mapping software is now online! Please check out the below link. Once you open the map zoom in to Ohio and click on the City of Riverside flag.
The Riverside Victim Services program is available to provide assistance to those who have been affected by a violent crime. Riverside Victim Services can help victims navigate through the confusing and overwhelming criminal justice process. The victim advocate is available to the police department 24 hours a day and works directly with the Riverside prosecutor. Services available include, but are not limited to, assistance filing for the Ohio Victim of Crime Compensation Fund, registering for VINE, information and assistance filing for protection orders, court accompaniment, and emotional support.
If you are a victim of a crime and need assistance, contact the victim advocate at (937) 233-6265 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Riverside victim advocate is located at the city building at 5200 Springfield St. Suite 100 Riverside, OH 45431.
Anyone can request a police report. There are two ways to request a report:
2. Contact Renee Stacy at 937-233-1801, ext 415
Requests are fulfilled as quickly as possible, but can take up to thirty days.
Where do I pay my ticket fine?
Ticket fines can be paid online here, or by sending payment to Huber Heights Court.