Police & Crime

Report a Crime?  

If you have information regarding a crime, please fill out the form on the Sheriff's site or call (937) 225-4357*.

* Please contact by telephone at (937) 225-4357 if you feel that your information pertains to a crime where someone or something is in immediate danger or harm.

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Find employment information with the Sheriff's Office?

The personnel office is responsible for the personnel and labor relations functions of the agency, which includes recruitment and selection, employee discipline and the collective bargaining process.  You may visit the Sheriff's Web site for more career information, or reach the personnel office at (937) 225-6187.

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Find information on sex offenders?

The Sheriff's Office continuously receives and adds information to the sexual offender directory. Information about an offender remains in the directory indefinitely or until the Sheriff's Office receives a copy of the individual's death certificate or court notification that a person's conviction has been overturned; or the individual is no longer required to register.

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View a list of properties for the Sheriff's real estate sale?

Real estate foreclosure sales are held in the Commissioners Hearing Room on the 10th floor, Montgomery County Administration Building, 451 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio, and the sale begin promptly at 10:00 A.M.  Check the list of properties for sale for the exact sale date.  The list is updated weekly.
Click here to view the list. 

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Obtain a copy of a traffic accident report or criminal incident report?

To obtain copies of traffic crash reports, and criminal incident reports, please be ready to provide the Records Section staff with the date and time the incident or crash occurred, the location, and, if available, the report number. The records section is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

345 West Second Street
Dayton, OH 45422
(937) 225-4096
records@mcohio.org

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