Welcome to the Highland Heights Police section of the City website. We take pride in providing quality law enforcement service to the citizens and businesses in our city.
This website is an innovative way to communicate with the people we serve. We hope you will find the information provided here helpful and welcome any suggestions you might have as to topics we might address. Good communication can only benefit our community.
Our goal is to sustain a safe city. In order to do that we need to efficiently and effectively give information and receive information from those we serve. This website will help to open that line of communication. It provides a great tool to help combat crime and enhance the quality of life of our citizens. Your input about concerns you may have, problems and relevant information, may result in prevention of criminal activity or solving a current investigation of a crime. This is beneficial to achieve a common goal of a better place for people to live and work in the City of Highland Heights.
Please feel free to contact the police department via e-mail. Your suggestions or concerns can be directed to--
Lt. Amber Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Haigis at email@example.com
Or the clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important phone numbers
911 – The communication center is a 24 hour facility. This line is designated for emergency calls only.
859-292-3622 – This is the 24 hour non-emergency number for the Dispatch Center.
859-441-8956 - The administrative line for the Police Department. Office hours are Mon.-Fri. 8:OOam-4:OOpm.
Current Police Personnel
Chief Bill Birkenhauer
Lt. Amber Conrad (K-9 Officer)
Lt. Greg Haigis
Sgt. Nick Love
Karen Dennemann, police clerk
Officer Dave Fornash
Officer Nicholas Blank
Officer Kim Williams
Officer Mark Wilke
Officer Eric Conrad
Officer Brady Buemi
Officer John Dunn
DRUG DISPOSAL - We have received many calls regarding the proper way to dispose of old or unused medication. The Highland Heights Police Department has a white box, similar to a mailbox, in the lobby. All medication can be deposited in this box during normal business hours. However, no needles, or syringes of any kind, liquids or vitamins should be put in this box. Pills can be left in the original container as the medication must be identified prior to destruction. Names can be marked out with a marker or labels can be removed providing the recipient's name.
VACATION CHECKS - The Department provides peace of mind for travelers by providing checks of windows and doors during routine patrol. Please contact the clerk to provide pertinent information for the officers and they will be glad to watch your property while you are away.
Frequently asked questions
What should I do if I see a crime occurring?
- Call 911 immediately.
- Be observant and make mental notes.
- Are there any weapons involved?
- What is the address?
- Any physical characteristics such as height, weight, race, beard, etc.?
- Any clothing description?
- How many people involved?
- Are the persons involved on foot or in a vehicle?
Do I have to give my name when I call 911?
No, If you wish to remain anonymous, just tell the Dispatcher.
How do I get a copy of an accident report?
You may call the clerk (441-8956) and a copy of a report can be faxed, e-mailed to you or you may pick it up at 176 Johns Hill Road during the office hours of 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday.