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No. Listen to your radio or television weather reports for current information. The Police Department obtains our weather information from these sources. This type of call ties up our phone lines for emergency requests due to the storm that can cause delays in responses by the Police and Fire/EMS.
DO NOT call the 9-1-1 phone number for storm information or to report a non-emergency incident. Remember, during a severe storm dispatchers are very busy with emergency phone calls for police, fire, and medic services. Have a plan already in place regarding where to go and how to take shelter in a tornado. If you need to report a non-emergency incident to the police department, call 937-748-0611.
A police dispatcher answers all 911 phone calls. If you call from a land line or VOiP line, the call will be routed to the jurisdiction where the call was made. If you call from a cell phone, the call will hit off of a cell tower. The call from a cell phone will then ring into the 911 center where the tower is located, not necessarily where you are located. It is common to be transferred at least once to the correct jurisdiction when using a cell phone. Your location does not show up instantly from a cell phone call.
The dispatcher will first ask where the incident is occurring. Make sure to know the address/street/landmarks you are near so help can reach you quickly. You will be transferred to the correct agency if the incident did not occur in the City of Springboro limits. Once the type of emergency response is determined (police, fire or medic), the dispatcher will request assistance from one or all of the following:
Adults: Springboro Mayors Court, 320 W. Central Avenue, Springboro, OH 450668:00 AM-4:30 PM. 937-748-4366. Call the court to obtain the cost and appearance requirements or pay online by visiting the court website. Some citations are issued through the Warren County Court. You can contact them at 513-695-1370.
Juveniles: The Warren County Juvenile Court, 900 Memorial Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036 513-695-1160The Warren County Juvenile Court will mail information to you including the court date.
The Springboro Police Department has a holding facility for prisoner processing. After processing, prisoners are transported to the Warren County Jail until their court hearing. You can contact the Springboro Police Clerk to check whether the person is currently there of if the person was already transported to a jail.
Springboro Police Department - 937-748-0611Warren County Jail - 513-695-1287Montgomery County Jail - 937-225-4160
It is advisable to report all accidents which occur on the public roadways to the appropriate police department. Do not move your vehicle, even if you are blocking traffic, until the officer arrives and can observe the scene.
However if you choose not to file a report, you must stop and exchange information when an accident occurs. Information to be exchanged should include:
Police departments generally do not take accident reports that occur on private property (parking lots). Exceptions to that are:
The Springboro Police Department will respond to assist any motorist as long as the vehicle is located within the City limits. The motorist will be asked to sign a waiver relieving the police department of the responsibility for any damage that may occur to the vehicle. We cannot assist a motorist whose vehicle is located in any other jurisdiction, even though it may only be a few feet outside our jurisdiction.
No member of the police department (not even the Chief) can give a citizen permission to break the law, no matter what the circumstances may be.
There is no grace period for driving on an expired driver's license. Your driver's license expires on your birthday every 4 years. You have six (6) months through the BMV to renew your driver's license without having to take the driving tests again but you can still receive a citation.
The Police Department does not make the decision concerning a school closing, and we are not advised by the School Superintendent when such events occur. Please listen to a local radio or TV station, call the school in question directly or monitor social media for this information.
The Springboro Police Department will be happy to provide directions to locations within our City.
To obtain directions to locations outside our city, call the Ohio State Patrol 937-832-4794. To obtain road conditions anywhere in Ohio, call 1-888-2OH-ROAD. (1-888-264-7623 or visit Buckeye Traffic .
We suggest you contact your electric or phone company to report outages and obtain information regarding the length of the outage.
AES Ohio - Electric Power Service: 1-877-4OUTAGE CenterPoint Energy - Natural Gas Service: 1-800-227-1376 Montgomery County Sanitary - Water & Sanitary Sewer Services: 937-781-2678
Springboro Police Non-Emergency: 937-748-0611
Franklin License Bureau: 937-743-9950Springboro Mayors Court: 937-748-4366Warren County Jail: 513-695-1287Warren County Juvenile Court: 513-695-1160 Warren County Communication Center: 937-425-2525Ohio State Highway Patrol: 937-832-4794Clearcreek Township Fire Department: 937-748-2766Clearcreek Township Police: 937-748-1267
No. In an attempt to not tie up our police lines, please do not call the police department. The police department does not make decisions regarding scheduling or canceling fireworks. Check the website, social media or local news websites for details.
No. In an attempt to not tie up our police phone lines, please do not call the police department. The police department does not make decisions regarding scheduling trick or treat. It will always be held on October 31st from 6pm – 8pm regardless of the weather conditions.