As part of the contract, we have 1 Lieutenant, 4 Sergeants, 1 Corporal, 3 Detectives and 18 Deputies.
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The substation is not manned full-time by deputies. The deputies report for duty at this location and use it to complete paperwork. Their time is primarily spent on the streets in Liberty Township patrolling. If you need service and want a deputy to meet you at the substation, please call the Butler County Dispatch Center at 513-785-1300 before arriving to ensure a deputy will be present. The BCSO Liberty Substation does not keep / maintain copies of traffic / criminal reports at the substation. All Sheriff’s Office records are kept at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office located at 705 Hanover Street in Hamilton. In addition, the Substation does not perform fingerprinting or background checks – those requests must be made in-person at the Hamilton address, located at 705 Hanover Street.
Please Remember: If you see something suspicious call the BCSO Dispatch at 513-785-1300 or 911 immediately, any delay is reporting a potential problem drastically reduces the solvability of crimes.
The Township passed Resolution No. 2018-023 on January 2, 2018. If a citizen wishes to file a noise complaint, please contact the Butler County Sheriff's Office at 513-785-1300.
View complete Liberty Township Noise Resolution.