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Public Records Request

Public Records and records retention schedules are outlined in Ohio Public Records Act 149.43. This topic is also discussed in detail in the Ohio Sunshine Laws, which is updated by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

Person’s Rights & Public Office’s Responsibilities
  • Prompt inspection of public records
  • Upon request, copies of public records will be provided within a reasonable time
  • Upon request, receiving copies of records by mail
  • Receiving copies in the medium specified, so long as it is available in the public office’s normal business operations
Exempt Public Records
Some items are specifically listed as exemptions from the Public Records Act. These include the following:
  • Catch All Exception (Confidential Records) Include:
    • Attorney-client privileged information
    • Child Abuse Reports
    • Student education records
    • “Judicial Mental Process”
    • Peace Officers Home Addresses
    • Ohio Ethics Commission Proceedings
    • Taxpayer records
    • Estate Tax Returns
    • Federal Tax Returns
    • Criminal Backgrounds
    • Records that have been sealed pursuant to court order
    • Trade Secrets
    • Social Security Numbers
    • Mediation Communications
  • Medical Records
  • Trial Preparation Records
  • Confidential Law Enforcement Investigatory Records
  • Other Exceptions include:
    • Abortion Records
    • Adoption Records
    • Putative Father Records
    • Civil Rights Commission Records
    • DNA Database Records
    • Rehabilitation and Correction Youth Services Records
    • Intellectual Property Records
    • Donor Profile Records
    • Department of Human Services Records
    • Peace Officer Information
    • County Hospital’s Trade Secrets
  • We will provide public records to the public as requested but will not normally provide information for purely commercial interests.
Obtaining a Public Record
The Police Clerks at the Harrison Police Department work Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to midnight. During those hours, you can request a copy of a public record from them in person or send a request with a self-addressed stamped envelope to our address.

To process your request, the clerk will need some information from you, including your name, the date and the type of records request (i.e. Police Incident Report, Accident Report etc.). The Clerk will then locate your record, and copy it for you.

We only charge the actual costfor us to reproduce the record in the medium requested. For instance, if the report is only a few printed pages there is normally not a fee. However, larger reports are $0.10 a page. If a photo or tape is requested we will charge whatever our actual costs are for those items.

Process Length
For printed reports, the entire process, from the time you walk in the door, to the time you leave with your copy unless things are busy, will normally only take 10-15 minutes. However, if you are requesting a copy of a large report or a report older than 5 years, it will take longer. Records older than 5 years are kept in a record holding area. Other mediums including photos and recordings will take longer to process.

We will be happy to comply with all public records requests. Keep in mind however, that some records are exempt from release and there may be times that we need to first obtain guidance from our City Law Director prior to releasing information if there is some question as to whether or not the information is releasable.

If you have any questions, please call us at 513-367-3715.
Sours: https://www.harrisonohio.gov/189/Public-Records-Request


About City of Harrison Police Department

The Harrison Police Department has the responsibility of preserving the peace, responding to law enforcement service requests and protecting life and property within the city limits. Police officers are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week to respond to calls for service, prevention of crimes, investigate criminal activity, apprehend suspects, investigate traffic accidents, and provide animal services. Officers conduct special investigations, crime analysis, effective records and evidence management and storage.

The Harrison Police Department seeks to improve relationships with the community through better communication and community policing. The department recognizes the diverse and unique contributions made by our businesses, residents and city employees in helping to provide a proactive approach to public safety.

Partnering with Schools

The department has built a strong relationship with the schools within the Harrison community. There are three school resource officers assigned to the elementary, junior and senior high schools. 


The Police Department is the largest General Fund department in the City, employing 20 full time sworn officers and 2 Police Clerks. The department has a Police Chief, 2 Lieutenants, 3 Sergeants, 1 Detective and 13 patrol officers.

Please let the city know how the Police Department is doing with our Citizen Survey (PDF).

Sours: https://www.harrisonohio.gov/170/Police
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Montgomery County Sheriff, Harrison Township District 10 Substation

Administrative Staff

Captain Brad Daugherty, District Commander

Sarah Kuntz, Administrative Assistant 

2015 Annual Report Sheriff's Office District 10

Harrison Township contracts for police services with the Montgomery County Sheriff's office.  Contact the office ay (937) 890-9581, fax (937) 890-1286.

District 10 is located at 5945 N. Dixie Dr., Dayton, OH 45414. Captain Brad Daugherty was promoted to his current rank of District Commander in October of 2021. Captain Daugherty has five additional sergeants who serve as supervisors over the 29 deputies and detectives assigned to the district. In 2015, there were 46,465 calls for service from the community. The Proactive Policing Program has two full-time deputies who are utilized for direct patrol in order to locate unlawful activities of all types and enforce those laws being violated. The target areas came from several sources; citizen complaints that were received, neighborhood watch meetings and from crime reports. These deputies are also responsible for passing along information they receive to other deputies at District 10.

Harrison Township is divided into four districts or patrol beats, two in the Shiloh-Meadowdale-Ft. McKinley area and two in the Northridge area. Officers are responsible for normal patrol functions such as responding to dispatches and calls for service, taking reports from citizens and victims, initial crime scene investigation, traffic and speed enforcement, accident investigation and proactive or preventive patrol. Bike patrol deputies supplement the traditional form of patrol in marked police cruisers.

Detectives assigned to Harrison Township are responsible for conducting follow-up investigations on all property crimes, robberies, financial crimes and misdemeanors reported within the township.

Vacant House Sign-Up Sheet

If you will be out of town and would like to have a deputy check your property while you are away, please see the form below and follow the instructions. Or, you may call our non-emergency dispatch number at (937) 225-4357 and provide your information.


Crime-Related Questions

The Harrison Township Sheriff’s substation personnel are always looking for new ways for you to report information to us. If you have questions or information regarding a specific crime or problem, contact Captain Jeremy Roy at (937) 890-9581.

Additional Programs through the Sheriff's Office

Did you know that a wide range of information, services and programs are available to you when you access the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Website?

Among your opportunities are:

  • Exploring a law enforcement career
  • Helping to find a missing person
  • Getting information about properties for sale
  • Reviewing the list of sexual predators
  • Reporting a crime
  • Accessing the "Crime Stoppers" program
Sours: http://www.harrisontownship.org/police_services.php

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