LPD COIN 2020The Lebanon Division of Police is a full service, internationally accredited, law enforcement agency that includes a communications center and temporary holding facility. The Division of Police includes 31 sworn officers and 11 civilian personnel, serving a city of 21,000 citizens and patrolling 12.9 square miles. The agency has a strong sense of pride and commitment.

The Lebanon Division of Police is an accredited agency through the Commission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. Our agency was first accredited in 1986; the second accredited agency in Ohio and the 11th nationally.

The City of Lebanon Communications Center is responsible for all police, fire, and emergency services dispatching 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The communications center also serves as the call center for all city services during non-business hours. The communications center distinguishes itself from the other Warren County communications centers through our professional credentials that include being internationally accredited and each of our Communications Officers are trained and certified in Emergency Medical Dispatching protocols. Our Communications Officers are professionally certified to provide medical instructions to callers as emergency medical personnel respond to the emergency scene. The life saving information is vital during events where time is critical and medically trained personnel are not present. Without this training, dispatchers may only be able to send help and at best wait on the line with the caller until help arrives. 

The professional police and communications officers of the Lebanon Division of Police deliver the highest quality professional police and public safety services in Warren County. We receive tremendous support from our citizens, elected officials, and city leaders. Our police officers and communications center staff are uniquely trained and qualified to perform in a highly professional and efficient manner. 

Please Note:  Email and Social Media Channels are NOT monitored 24/7, and should be used for general questions and comments only. Do not use to report incidents or crimes in progress, instead, contact Lebanon Division of Police directly via phone.