Troy, OH Police

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Troy, Ohio – Jail and Mugshot Information

Troy, Ohio, is a city located near Dayton, in Miami County. Troy has a population of 25,058 people. Troy has a council-mayor style of government, and the mayor of the city is Michael L. Beamish.

City of Troy
City Hall
100 S. Market St.
Troy, Ohio 45373

Troy City Website

Michael L. Beamish, Mayor

In the year 2016, Troy had a crime index of 179.8, which is lower than the United States national crime index of 264.8. During that year, there were no murders in Troy. There were 13 rapes, 3 robberies, and 6 assaults. There were also 145 reported burglaries, 567 reported thefts, 12 reported auto thefts, and 6 reported arsons. As of December 2018, there were 43 registered sex offenders living in Troy. The ratio of residents to registered sex offenders was 599 to 1.

Troy, Ohio – Police Station Information

In the year 2016, there were 540 crimes reported in Troy, which gave the city a crime rate of 2,088 per 100,000 persons. This is lower than the Ohio state crime rate of 2,878 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crimes are the most commonly reported crimes in Troy.

The Troy Police Department is located on Main Street, and the Chief of Police is Charles Phelps. Divisions within the department include administration, patrol, detectives, and facilities.

Troy Police Department
124 East Main St.
Troy, Ohio 45373

Troy Police Dept
Troy Police Facebook

The Miami County Sheriff’s Office also provides services to Troy, and the sheriff is Dave Duchak. The Miami County Sheriff’s Office is located in Troy. Divisions within the sheriff’s office include administrative, records, patrol, detectives, and jail.

Miami County Sheriff’s Office
201 W Main St
Troy, OH 45373

Miami County Sheriff
Miami Sheriff Facebook

The Miami County Jail is located on the premises with the sheriff’s office. Inmates are allowed one 30-minute visit per week, and visiting hours are Sunday through Thursday, from 1 pm to 4 pm, and from 6 pm to 8 pm. The jail typically houses fewer than 200 inmates.

Miami County Jail

Miami County Jail

Open Records Requests in Troy, Ohio

Information about requesting public records from the Troy Police Department can be viewed online.

Troy Records Requests

Public records can be requested from the Miami County Sheriff’s Office by contacting the Records Division.

Records Division

Miami Sheriff Records

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