Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office District Four
The Village of Silverton continues its successful relationship with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for police services. By contracting for these services, the Village receives the benefits of specialized services, training and equipment offered by Hamilton County. At the same time, deputies from District 4, headquartered in Silverton, offer small-town personal contact to the public, while utilizing a large agency’s resources.
Under its contract with the Sheriff’s Office, the Village of Silverton provides deputies and vehicles which are specific and dedicated to Silverton, and which are on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
The patrols are housed at the Silverton Memorial Municipal Building, 6860 Plainfield Road, Silverton, Ohio 45236. The deputies assigned to Silverton operate under the leadership of District Four Commander, Lieutenant Dan McElroy.
Lieutenant Dan McElroy
District Four Commander
Deputy Tom Trabel
District Four Desk Officer
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office provides the Village with a vast number of specialized programs and services including the following:
- Traffic Safety
- Criminal Investigations
- Evidence Technicians
- Motorcycle Unit
- Hazardous Device Unit (Bomb Squad)
- Special Response Team (SRT)
- Organized Crime Unit
- Regional Narcotics Unit
- Aviation Unit
- Marine Patrol
- Operation Business Check
- Vacation Checks
- Senior Outreach
- Community Oriented Policing
- Task Force One (Under Water Search and Recovery)
- And More
- Vacation Checks: The Sheriff’s Patrol will keep an eye on your home while you are on vacation. To arrange for this service call the Sheriff’s Office at (513)936-6220.
- Silverton Block Watch Association: The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is proud to sponsor the Silverton Block Watch Association. Click here to learn more about the association, its mission and its programs.
DEPUTIES ASSIGNED TO THE VILLAGE OF SILVERTON
Contacting the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office – District 4 – Serving Silverton and Columbia Township
Q: What is the emergency phone number?
Q: What is the non-emergency phone number?
Q: What is the after-hours phone number?
A: 513-936-6220 or 513-825-2280
Q: Where is District 4 located?
A: District 4 is located in the Silverton Municipal Building located at 6860 Plainfield Road, where the Silverton Police Department was previously located. The entrance to the Sheriff’s Office is on the side of the building, facing Montgomery Road.
Q: Who is in charge of District 4?
A: Lt. Dan McElroy is the District 4 Commander.
Q: What are the office hours?
A: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Q: Where do I go to file a police report?
A: For any incident that took place in Silverton, police reports are filed with the Sheriff’s Office at the District 4 Headquarters, 6860 Plainfield Road.
Q: How do I get a copy of an accident report or police report?
A: Call the Bureau of Records at 513-946-6220.
Background Check Information
Beginning August 1, 2016 background checks can now be performed at the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Auto Title Office, located at 12139 Royal Point Drive in Symmes Township, in addition to the Hamilton County Justice Center. Special thanks to Hamilton County Clerk of Court Tracy Winkler for providing space for the Sheriff’s Office personnel to perform the services of BCI/FBI Web Checks, Local Background Checks, and fingerprinting services for children for identification purposes. The hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., closing for lunch from noon – 1:00 p.m. Forms of payment are cash or business check. No personal checks will be accepted.
BCI Web Check $32.00
FBI Web Check $34.00
Local Background $5.00
(Hamilton County Only)
FBI Fingerprint Card $10.00/card
(for out of state CCW license)
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