Ally Child Care Visit
On March 11, 2022 the Sugarcreek Police Department has some special visitors. The preschooler from Ally Child Care presented us with hand-made cards and treats. We had a great visit with the kids!
Adopting Standards Certificate
On March 7, 2022 during the Sugarcreek Trustee meeting State Representative Brian Lampton recognized Chief Michael A. Brown and the Sugarcreek Police Department with an Adopting Standards Certificate by the Ohio Collaborate Community.
Cause for Celebration!
During his time as the Sugarcreek Township School Resource Officer, Officer Ronald Gudgell created long lasting relationship with many of the students he mentored. One student Officer Gudgell made an impression on is Megan Lee, a 2019 graduate. On December 8, Officer Gudgell attended Ms. Lee’s 21st birthday party. On behalf of the entire Sugarcreek Township Police Department, We want to wish Ms. Lee a Happy Birthday!
Shop with a Cop 2020
The Sugarcreek Township Police Department was again able to host Shop with a Cop this year (pandemic precautions and all). With the generous support of Target, five families were able to shop for Christmas gifts.
To selflessly serve the community by responding with integrity, empathy, loyalty, and values that promise trust, invoke community input, and encourage interactions with those whom reside in, work in, or visit Sugarcreek Township; to promptly enforce all laws in a manner that respects the values of the community in such a manner that gives seamless public service; and to promote the principles and welfare of Sugarcreek Township.
Make an Anonymous Tip
Persons with tips or information about criminal activity in Sugarcreek Township can call the Crime Tip Line at (937) 310-3200. You may remain anonymous. If the activity is in progress or requires immediate attention please call Police Communications at (937) 848-6161 or dial 911.
The Sugarcreek Township Police Department will provide extra neighborhood patrols and vacant house checks upon request. For more information about these services contact Police Communications at (937) 848-6161.
If you need non-emergency assistance at any hour call (937) 848-6161 and ask for the shift supervisor.
Registered Sex Offenders
The Greene County Sheriff Office maintains the registered sex offender list.