CINCINNATI POLICE DEPARTMENT


  At 0730 on Tuesday May 3, 2005  Cincinnati Police and Cincinnati Fire Departments swithced on their 800MHz 9600 baud APCO-25 Motorola
  Radios. 
Their new system is tied into the Hamilton County system, sharing sites and frequencies.
  For up-to-date information go to our:  
CINCINNATI TRS  Page



OLD UHF SYSTEM  FREQUENCIES:

Ch. 1              460.200            CPD District 1

Ch. 2              460.425            CPD District 2
Ch. 3              460.100            CPD District 3
Ch. 4              460.275            CPD District 4
Ch. 5              460.250            CPD District 5
Ch. 6              460.500            County Area wide
Ch. 7              460.275            Command Post, Special Events, Close range Car to Car
Ch. 8              460.325            CPD Inquiry / Info

155.700 / 158.850 CPD

155.6400 CPD

154.9350 Ohio LEERN F1 (Used by traffic units as car to car channel)



NOTES:      

        In July 2001, the CPD formed the Violent Crimes Task Force.

        If anyone catches any unit numbers for this unit, please let us know.

UNIT NUMBERS:

Car 2314  (Twenty-three Fourteen)

2       -        District or Assignment ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 )

3       -        Relief (Shift) or Assignment  [ 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th (Power Shift 1900-0300, 2000-0400, 2100-0500)

                  5 = District Investigators, 6 = C.O.P Team, 7 = Early Power Shift 1100 - 1900, 1200 - 2000, 1300-2100,
                  8 = Special Ops,   9 = Off Duty Details, 0 = Violent Crimes Task Force Unit

1      -        Beat number if 1 thru 5, 6 = Covert Unit 7 = District Traffic Car,  8 = Uniformed Officer

4      -        Zone of Assignment if 1 or 2, If the number is 3 or above they cover the even or odd zone number,
                 thus 5 would cover Zone 1 and 6 would cover Zone 2. If the third number is an 8 (Bike Patrol) then the
                 4th number is the Beat.

Thus: Car 2314 is a District 2, 3rd Relief Car assigned on Beat 1 in Zone 2)

For an example of a Violent Crimes Task Force Unit:

Car 4061 would mean a District 4 Violent Crimes Covert Unit . The last number is
an individual number.
 
 

1 Digit Car Numbers are the Chief and Assistant Chiefs

2 Digit Car Numbers are Captains

Cars ending in 00 are Lieutenants or Acting Supervisors.

All other Cars ending in 0 are Sergeants
 

PATROL BUREAU 

INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU 

CAR   1           Police Chief 
                      Col. Tom Streicher 
CAR   3       Investigations Bureau Chief 
                   Lt. Col. James Smith 
CAR   5           Patrol Bureau Chief 
                      Lt. Col. Ronald Twitty 
CIS    (71)
CAR   10         District 1 Captain 7100   Series              Administrative
CAR   20         District 2 Captain 7200   Series              Homicide
CAR   30         District 3 Captain 7300   Series              Property
CAR   40         District 4 Captain 7400   Series              Personal Crimes
CAR   50         District 5 Captain 7500   Series              Criminalistics

7600   Series              Intelligence Section
100  Series Units      Chief's Office Vice Section   (77)     Vice Unit P.D.U.
200  Series Units      Patrol Bureau 7700   Series              Vice, Asset Forfeiture
300  Series Units      C.O.P. Coordinator 7800   Series              Street Corner


ADMINISTRATIVE  BUREAU

SUPPORT BUREAU

CAR   4       Administrative Bureau Chief 
                   Lt. Col. Richard Biehl
CAR   6               Support Bureau Chief
400  Series       Inspections  (14) 8100   Series       Canine (81) 8110 Drug Dog
500  Series       Records  Section   (15) 8200   Series       Traffic Section
600  Series       Internal Investigations   (16) 8300   Series       Mounted Patrol(83)
700  Series       Planning   (17) 8400   Series       Park Section 
800  Series       Communications (Dispatch) 8500   Series       Gang Unit



RESOURCE BUREAU


CAR   2              Resource Bureau Chief
                          Lt. Col. Richard Janke
Cincinnati Public Schools
Security Director               9960, 9961
8600   Series      Police Academy   (86)

8700   Series      Firearms

8800   Series      Equipment Section

8900   Series      Personnel   (89)

Thanks to everyone whose corrections and information help keep this page accurate!
 

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Last Updated on  August 5, 2007

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