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Paying Tribute to America's Towns and their People . . . throughout the Decades

 

Dayton, Ohio

 

Those  Who  Protect . . .

Dayton’s  Finest

 

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A very Special 'Thank You' to the Dayton Police History Foundation for their Support of this Web-Site paying Tribute to The Police Department and to The City of Dayton.

 

Our Municipal Building

 

1955-Present - Police Headquarters 335 W. Third St.

 

1892 - 1955 -- Police Headquarters - S. Main & Market Sts.

 

Dayton's Police Stations over the Years

Enjoy the Views

1980 - 2001-- 1st District - 47 E. Helena Ave.

1974 - 1980 -- 1st District - 1300 Stanley Ave.
1975 - 1990 -- 5th District - 635 Salem Ave.
1970 - 1975 -- 5th District - 725 W. Grand Ave..
1989 - 2011 -- 2nd District - 2721 Wayne St.
1974 - 1989 -- 2nd District - 512 Warren St.
1981 - 2008 -- 3rd District - 2013 W. 3rd St.
1974 - 1978 -- 3rd District - 1129 W. 3rd St.
1969 - Present -- Police Academy - Guthrie Ave.
1956 - Present -- Safethy Building - 335 W. 3rd. St
1928 - 1955 -- 1986 - 2010 -- Signel Building
1921 - 1955 -- Central Police Station - Ford & Sears St.
1908 - 1921 -- Patrol House - Sears St.
1902 - 1916 -- 3rd. Precinct -- 1828 W. 3rd St.
1896 - 1916 -- 2nd Precinct -- Linden & E. 3rd. Sts.
1896 - 1916 -- 1st Precinct -- 210 E. 6th St.
1896 - 1908 -- Patrol House -- St Clair & E. 3rd. Sts
1873 - 1921 -- Central Police Station - E. 6th St.
1892 - 1955 -- Police Headquarters -- S. Main & Market

 

Other Photos of the Dayton Police Department over the years.

Enjoy

 

 

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Today . . . and, from throughout the Decades

 
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Chief Patrick O'Connell
First Police Chief
circa - 1867
Chief Richard Biehl
2008 -  to present

 

 

 

Our Former Police Chiefs

 

Chief Richard Biehl
2008 -   Present
Interim Chief Wanda Smith  
2007  -  2008

Director Julian Davis  

2004  -  2007

Director William McManus
2002  - 2004

Chief  John Thomas
2000  -  2002

Chief Ronald Lowe  
1995  - 2000

Interim Chief John Thomas
1995  -  1995

Chief James Newby 
1987  -   1995

Chief  Tyree Broomfield
1983  -  1987

Chief Grover O'Conner
1973 -  1983

Chief Robert Ingleburger  
1967 -  1973

Interim Chief Clair Martz
1967  -  1967

 

Chief  Lawrence Caylor
1962  -  1967

 

Chief Paul Price  
1955  -  1962

Chief Matthew Kirkpatrick  
1949  -  1955

Chief Rudolph Wurstner  
1925  -  1949

Chief James Woodward  
1922  -  1925

Chief John Allaback  
1908  -  1922

Chief John Whitaker  
1901  -  1908

Interim Supt. John Allaback  
1900  -  1901

Supt. Thomas Farrell  
1892  -  1900

Supt. Charles Freeman  
1890  -  1892

Int. Supt. Edward Zwiester  
1890  -  1890

Supt. Albert Steinmetz  
1889  -  1890

Supt. William Shoemaker  
1887  -  1889

Captain William Patton  
1883  -  1887

Captain Geo. Butterworth
1881  -  1883

Captain Amos Clark
1875  -  1881

Captain William Martin
1873  -  1875

Captain Thomas Steward
1873  -  1873

Marshall John Ryan
1868  -  1873

Captain Patrick O'Connell
1867  -  1868

Town Marshalls
1805  -  1867

Town Constables
1797  -  1805

 

 

 

 

   link  to other important web-sites -

-   Ohio State Fraternal Order of Police
-   Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police    

 

 

HomeTownMemories

Dayton's

"HomeTown Tribute"

Click -

- Plans for "HomeTown Tributes" in all 50 States

- A Photographic Retrospective - "The City of Dayton and The University of Dayton - 170 years in Photos"

- Your Comments and Suggestions

 

Click -

- Our HomeTown . . . Today

- Our 'Logging-On Ceremony'

- Our Town History

- Our Former Mayors

- Our Fire Department & Former Fire Chiefs

- Our 'Fallen Fire Heroes'

- Our 'Fallen Police Heroes'

- Our 'Fallen Military Heroes'

Click -

- America's 'HomeTown Tributes' - by State