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Montgomery County (OH)


Montgomery County, Ohio
County Number 57
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OSP Post 57 (Dayton) Patrols Montgomery, Preble and Darke Counties.
ODOT District 7 (Sidney)
MARCS Zone 1
NWS Office Wilmington
FIPS Code 39113

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Montgomery County, Ohio

Montgomery County, Ohio is located in southwestern Ohio. The county seat is the City of Dayton. It is the fourth most populated county in Ohio and it is a part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is named in honor of American Revolutionary War General Richard Montgomery.


Map of Montgomery County, Ohio townships, cities and villages Labels


There are 9 townships, 17 cities and 5 villages in the county.


Townships

  • Butler Township
  • Clay Township
  • German Township
  • Harrison Township
  • Jackson Township
  • Jefferson Township
  • Miami Township
  • Perry Township
  • Washington Township


Cities

  • Brookville
  • Carlisle
  • Centerville
  • Clayton
  • Dayton
  • Englewood
  • Huber Heights
  • Kettering
  • Miamisburg
  • Moraine
  • Oakwood
  • Riverside
  • Springboro
  • Trotwood
  • Union
  • Vandalia
  • West Carrollton

Villages

  • Farmersville
  • Germantown
  • New Lebanon
  • Phillipsburg
  • Verona

Public Safety Communications

All public safety communications dispatching with the exceptions of the City of Dayton, City of Oakwood, New Lebanon Fire and Phillipsburg Fire take place on the Montgomery County Trunked Radio System. Many of the various community departments still use their conventional VHF frequencies.


MONTGOMERY COUNTY TRS
MONTGOMERY COUNTY CONVENTIONAL FREQUENCIES
DAYTON TRS


In August 2009, Montgomery County opened the Regional Dispatch Center located at the site of the former Mound Laboratories in Miamisburg. There is an ongoing effort to eventually move all public safety dispatching in the county to the Regional Dispatch Center which is operated by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.

Fire Pager Tones



Miami Valley Hospital Careflight

979.9   788.5     Careflight Activation
979.9   1006.9    Careflight Stand Down
979.9   410.8     MICU Activation
----


Montgomery County EMA - Frequency: 155.8050

1122.5  1217.8
----

County Fire Dispatch - Frequency: 154.130 141.3

672.0              Union 81
2260.0   1180.0    Union unknown
2260.0   1036.0    Union unknown
1344.0             Clayton 85
617.4    584.8     Harrison Twp (all)
651.9    553.9     Harrison Twp?
871.0    1232.0    Harrison Twp ALL CALL?
732.0              Englewood 99
----

Brookville Fire - Frequency: 154.130 141.3 PL

950.0      Brookville 76
992.0      Brookville 77
1036.0     Brookville 78
---


Butler Township Fire - Frequency: 154.310 123.0 PL

582.1   881.0     Butler Twp (all)
707.3   1598.0    Butler Twp (all)
----

Dayton Fire - Frequency: 154.430 114.8 PL

1642.0  510.5   Riverside FD
368.5   569.1    Trotwood 72
368.5   569.1    Trotwood 73
992.0   350.5    Trotwood 74
992.0   2807.0   Trotwood 74
---------

Germantown - Frequency: 154.130 141.3 PL

1881.0  634.5   Germantown Fire
979.9   1217.8   Germantown EMS
----

Kettering Fire - Frequency: 154.235 107.2 PL

732.0    910.0     Kettering 31
732.0    1820.0    Kettering 32 (Fire)
732.0    992.0     Kettering 32 (EMS)
732.0    1082.0    Kettering 33
732.0    1180.0    Kettering 34
732.0    1287.0    Kettering 35
732.0    1403.0    Kettering 36
732.0    1530.0    Kettering 37
732.0    834.0     Medic
732.0    1669.0    Command
-----

Miami Valley Fire District - Frequency: 154.130 141.3 PL

672      long    General Alarm
672      950     District 1
672      1036    District 2
950      672     Shift 1
1036     672     Shift 2
382.3    672     Shift 3
799      672     Officers
600.9    672     Reeerve
399.8    672     Reserve 2
600.9    950     AMAR
953.7    672     FD Advisor
382.3    799     Weather Alert
382.3    871     Attack
382.3    1036    Siren Cancel
382.3    799     Disaster

1201    2048    Station 52
1201    1405    Station 54
1201    1695    Station 55
1201    1299    Duty Tone
1901    871     Chief
1901    643     Recall
643     1901    WC AMAR
1201    2255    WASH AMAR
1201    2540    MSBG AMAR
1201    2540    MORAINE AMAR
643     2073    KETTERING AMAR
----

Moraine Fire - Frequency: 153.905 167.9 PL

DTMF *571      Moraine 28 Fire
DTMF *572      Moraine 28 EMS
DTMF *573      Moraine 29 Fire
DTMF *574      Moraine 29 EMS
DTMF *567      Moraine 30 Fire
DTMF .579      Moraine 30 EMS
DTMF *57#      Moraine ALL CALL FIRE
DTMF *57#      Moraine ALL CALL EMS
-----

New Lebanon Fire/Phillipsburg/Farmersville Fire - Frequency: 151.3850 141.3 PL

1036.0         New Lebanon 69
1287.0         Phillipsburg 80
----

Oakwood Fire - Frequency: Dayton City TRS

368.5   634.5   Fire
667.5   877.5   Medic
667.5   922.5 ? Unknown
667.5   967.5 ? Unknown
----

Vandalia Fire Frequency: 151.295 88.5 PL

672.0    1232.0    Vandalia (all)
----
 
Washington Township Fire - Frequency: 154.325 123.0 PL

799.0    ?        Washington Twp 40
799.0    1403.0   Washington Twp 41
799.0    1530.0   Washington Twp 42
799.0    1669.0   Washington Twp 43
799.0    1820.0   Washington Twp 44
799.0    2073.0   Washington Twp 45
799.0    ?        Washington Twp 46
799.0    2260.0   Washington Twp EMS call
950.0    1232.0   Washington Twp ATTACK 41 (Small engine staffed 24/7)
615.8    1036.0   Washington Twp Medic
701.0    1465.0   Washington Twp Alert Pagers
----

West Carrollton Fire - Frequency: 155.055 100.0 PL

1299     1110     West Carrollton Fire Tone
634.5    669.9    West Carrollton EMS 
1299     1695     West Carrollton Back up Medic
1299     1780     West Carrollton Fire Weather
1299     1795     West Carrollton Weather Siren
1298.4   1108.9   West Carrollton Fire ?

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Fire Dispatching

New Lebanon and Farmersville Fire Departments are dispatched by the Englewood Fire Department on the frequency of 151.385. Brookville, Phillipsburg, Germantown, Riverside, Harrison Township, Jefferson Township, Clayton, and Trotwood Fire Departments are now dispatched by Montgomery County Sheriff's Office on TGID 13232. County radio repair has been pushing the issue to get all paging converted over to 154.130 for all of these agencies which is a full time simulcast of 13232 DISPATCH AUDIO ONLY. No fire or ems crews will be heard there, but the dispatcher will come through to VHF. 151.385 will remain active for Farmersville and New Lebanon but not linked to Montgomery County Fire (tg 13232).

The only fire departments in Montgomery County remaining on VHF are Farmersville and New Lebanon. All others (while using a vhf frequency for tones) are on 800 MHz. Most do not even operate VHF repeaters anymore, just a simplex simulcasts for tones and dispatch audio, although some are simulcast of both dispatch and crews.


The City of Miamisburg and Miami Township have consolidated their fire departments into the new 'Miami Valley Fire District'.

Fire Stations

Montgomery County Fire Stations

Dayton: 2, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21
Dayton Airport: Rescue 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
Riverside - 5, 6, 7
Huber Heights: 22 - 25
Oakwood: 26 - 27
Moraine: 28 - 30
Kettering: 31 - 37
Washington Township: 40 - 46
Miami Valley Fire District: 50-55
West Carrollton: 56 - 58
Jefferson Township: 59 - 62
Germantown: 63 - 64
Germantown Rescue: 65
Farmersville: 66 - 67
New Lebanon: 68 - 69
Trotwood: 70 - 75
Brookville: 76 - 78
Phillipsburg: 79 - 80
Union: 81 - 82
Clayton: 83 - 86
Butler Township: 87 - 90
Vandalia: 91 - 93
Harrison Township: 94 - 97
Englewood: 98 - 99

Centerville Police Dispatch Center


Centerville Police Unit Numbers 

1 - 99    Administration, Detectives 

500's     North Patrol 
600's     Central Patrol
700's     South Patrol 
900's     Cover All Patrol 

These numbers are used regardless of shift/watch.




Dayton Police Department Unit Numbers


Command Staff

1        Chief of police
2        Asst. Chief
3 - 6    Majors
10       Lt. - 1st District Patrol commander
11 - 14  Relief Lts.
15       Lt. - Communications
17 - 19  relief Lts.
20       Lt. - 2nd District Patrol Commander
21, 24   Lts.
30       Lt. - 3rd District Patrol Commander
31 - 37  Lts.
40 - 49  Sgts.
50       Lt. - 5th District Patrol Commander
80       Lt. - Central Business District Patrol Commander

Patrol/Detective/Support Units

District  Watch  Mid-Watch Sgts.       Officers

1st       1st              150, 150A   151 - 159
1st       2nd              120, 120A   121 - 129
1st       3rd              130, 130A   131 - 139
1st              2nd       140         141 - 149

2nd       1st              210, 210A   211 - 219
2nd       2nd              220, 220A   221 - 229
2nd       3rd              230, 230A   231 - 239
2nd              2nd       240         241 - 249

3rd       1st              350, 350A   351 - 359
3rd       2nd              320, 320A   321 - 329 
3rd       3rd              330, 330A   331 - 339
3rd              2nd       340, 340A   341 - 349

5th       1st              510, 510A   511 - 519
5th       2nd              520, 520A   521 - 529
5th       3rd              530, 530A   531 - 539
5th              2nd       540, 540A   541 - 549

All       All    Detectives            600 - 799

CBD       1st              860, 860A   861 - 869
CBD       2nd              820, 820A   821 - 829
CBD       3rd              830, 830A   831 - 839
CBD       All    Traffic   840, 840A   841 - 849
CBD       All    Parking   890         891 - 899

All       All    Detectives            900 - 999

Many cars have a letter suffix on each unit. Example: 532A is the second car on the 532 beat

Suffix Letters:

A   Second crew on same patrol beat
B   Third crew on same patrol beat
C   Crisis Intervention Team member
K   K-9 unit
S   SWAT Team member
X   Traffic car

Dayton Police are dispatched by the Montgomery County Sheriff Regional Dispatch
Center on the Dayton TRS using Dayton PD talk groups. MCSO RDC does not use the
prefix "Dayton" like the other county dispatched agencies due to the volume of 
radio traffic.



Englewood Dispatch Center



CTC#       Miami Valley Career Technology Center Security 


ENGLEWOOD POLICE

600-609         Command Staff, Detectives, etc. 

First Watch (Midnights) 

610             Supervisor
611-619         Patrol Units

Second Watch (Days) 

620             Supervisor
621-629         Patrol Units 

Third Watch (Evening)

630             Supervisor
631-639         Patrol Units 


JACKSON TOWNSHIP POLICE

Administration 

700 - 709  Command Staff, Detectives, etc.

First Watch (Midnights)

710        Patrol Supervisor
711 - 719  Patrol Units

Second Watch (Days)

720        Patrol Supervisor
721 - 729  Patrol Unnits

Third Watch (Evenings)

730        Patrol Supervisor
731 - 739  Patrol Units

NEW LEBANON POLICE

800 to 809      Command Staff, Detectives, etc. 

First Watch (Midnights) 

810             Supervisor
811 to 819      Patrol Officers

Second Watch (Days) 

820             Supervisor
821 to 829      Patrol Officers 

Third Watch (Evenings) 

830             Supervisor
831 to 839      Patrol Officers 



UNION POLICE

900-909         Command Staff, Detectives, etc. 

First Watch (Midnights) 

910             Supervisor
911-919         Patrol Units 

Second Watch (Days)
 
920             Supervisor
921-929         Patrol Units 

Third Watch (Evening)

930             Supervisor
931-939         Patrol Units


Huber Heights Dispatch Center

 
Huber Heights Dispatch Center dispatches for Huber Heights, Butler Township and Riverside. 


Huber Heights PD 

Huber 1-15 Command Staff 

First Watch   Second Watch   Third Watch   Relief Watch   Patrol Beat 

Huber 110     Huber 210      Huber 310     Huber 410      Supervisor 
Huber 111     Huber 211      Huber 311     Huber 411      Southwest 
Huber 112     Huber 212      Huber 312     Huber 412      Southeast 
Huber 113     Huber 213      Huber 313     Huber 413      Northwest 
Huber 114     Huber 214      Huber 314     Huber 414      Northeast 
Huber 115     Huber 215      Huber 315     Huber 415      North Cover All 
Huber 116-118 Huber 216-218  Huber 316-318 Huber 416-418  Extra Patrols 
Huber 119     Huber 219      Huber 319     Huber 419      K-9 Unit 

Huber 520 Detective Supervisor 
Huber 521-526 Detectives
Huber 600# Special Details (such as Huber 601, 602, 611, etc.) 
-----

Butler Twp. PD 

Butler 1-5 Command Staff 

First Watch    Second Watch   Third Watch    Patrol Beat 

Butler 110     Butler 210     Butler 310     Supervisor 
Butler 111     Butler 211     Butler 311     North 
Butler 112     Butler 212     Butler 312     South 
Butler 113     Butler 213     Butler 313     Business District 
Butler 114-117 Butler 214-217 Butler 314-317 Extra Patrols 

Butler 521 Detective   
----

Riverside PD

Riverside 1 - 10 Command Staff

First Watch       Second Watch       Third Watch 

Riverside 110     Riverside 210      Riverside 310       Supervisor
Riverside 111     Riverside 211      Riverside 311       North Patrol
Riverside 112     Riverside 212      Riverside 312       North Patrol
Riverside 113     Riverside 213      Riverside 313       South Patrol
Riverside 114     Riverside 214      Riverside 314       South Patrol
Riverside 115     Riverside 215      Riverside 315       Cover All Patrol
Riverside 116     Riverside 216      Riverside 316       Special Assignment/Prisoner Transport
Riverside 117     Riverside 217      Riverside 317       Special Assignment/Prisoner Transport
Riverside 118     Riverside 218      Riverside 318       Special Assignment/Prisoner Transport
Riverside 119     Riverside 219      Riverside 319       K-9 Unit

Riverside 520 - Detective Supervisor - Sgt.

Riverside 521 - 525 Detectives


Kettering Dispatch Center


Kettering Police 

First Watch   Second Watch   Third Watch  Mid-Watch   Type of Unit 

n/a           1 - 99         n/a          n/a         Command Staff/Admin 
120 - 129     220 - 229      320 - 329    420 - 429   Patrol Sergeants 
130           230            330          430         Beat 30 - North West Patrol 
131           231            331          431         Beat 31 - South West Patrol 
132 -134      232 - 234      332 - 334    432 - 434   Extra Patrols 
135           235            335          435         Beat 35 - North Central Patrol 
136           236            336          436         Beat 36 - Central Patrol 
137 - 139     237 - 239      337 - 339    437 - 439   Extra Patrols 
140           240            340          440         Beat 40 - North East Patrol 
141           241            341          441         Beat 41 - South East Patrol 
142 - 145     242 - 245      342 - 345    442 - 445   Extra Patrols 
500's         500's          500's        500's       Detectives, Investigators
n/a           700's          n/a          n/a         Support Services, SRO, etc.


Moraine Dispatch Center


100's   Street Department

200's   Police Department (Admin, Detective, Officer badge numbers)

Patrol Beats

First Watch   Second Watch   Third Watch   Relief Watch  Type of Unit

1-MR-1        2-MR-1         3-MR-1                      Patrol Unit
1-MR-2        2-MR-2         3-MR-2                      Patrol Unit
1-MR-3        2-MR-3         3-MR-3                      Patrol Unit
1-MR-4        2-MR-4         3-MR-4                      Extra Patrol
1-MR-10       2-MR-10        3-MR-10       5-MR-10       Patrol Supervisor

300's   Fire Department (Personnel, Equipment numbers)

Fire Apparatus: Engine 28, Engine 29, etc.


Oakwood Dispatch Center

Oakwood Department of Public Safety 


All communications are on the City of Dayton system.


Police: use 1- and 2-digit badge numbers. Car numbers: Cars 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70

Fire Apparatus: Engine 26, Engine 27, Medic 26, Medic 27 

Note: Public Safety Officers are police officers, firefighters and paramedics certified as one officer. 

Oakwood Street Department:     S #: Street Department trucks 

Oakwood Water Department:      W #: Water Department trucks/units 


Oakwood Department of Public Safety Signals


1  -  DOA
2  -  Rape
3  -  Robbery
4  -  Aggravated Assault
5  -  Burglary
6  -  Theft
7  -  Auto Theft
8  -  Menacing
9  -  Arson
10 -  Forgery
11 -  Morals Violation
12 -  Liquor/Alcohol Violations
13 -  Disorderly Conduct
14 -  Domestic Dispute/Violence
15 -  Criminal damaging
16 -  Suspicious
17 -  Medic Call
18 -  Drug Abuse
19 -  Suspicious Phone Calls
20 -  Animal Complaint
21 -  Alarm
22 -  Fire Call
23 -  Prowler
24 -  Lost Property
25 -  Missing Person(s)
26 -  Found Property
27 -  Assist Caller
28 -  A O A
29 -  Bailiff Assist/Warrant Call
30 -  Juvenile Complaint
31 -  Traffic Issue
32 -  911 Hang Up call
33 -  Driving While Intoxicated
34 -  Motor Vehicle Accident
35 -  Sewer/Water Call/Issue
36 -  Taking Report
38 -  Out For Training
39 -  Meal Break
40 -  Open/Unsecured Door Call
41 -  Mental
42 -  Communications Center Main tenance
44 -  Warrant Service
98 -  Contact at (give location/phone number)
100-  Open
200-  On Scene
300-  Contact HQ
400-  Report To HQ (in person)


Vandalia Dispatch Center


1 - 299  Police and Fire Departments 
300's    City Administration 
400's
500's    City Building Maintenance/Street Maintenance 
600's    Police Department Reservists
650      Animal Control Officer 
700's    Parks and Recreation Department 

Note: Police use 2- and 3-digit badge numbers rather than car or beat numbers. 
      Fire always puts "FD" in front of their number. Example: FD-15, FD-23, etc. 
      Apparatus is Engine 1, Engine 2, etc. 


West Carrollton Dispatch Center


100's - Fire Department (personnel numbers only; apparatus: Engine 1, Engine 2, etc.)

200's - Police Department 

300's - Street Department 



Sheriff Unit Identifiers


New Montgomery County Sheriff Unit Number System

1. Each community/agency uses its name before the unit number.
Example: Brookville 110 is Brookville PD, Midnight Watch, Supervisor.
The community/agency names used are as follows:

Brookville        = Brookville Police
Clayton           = Clayton Police
Clay Township     = Clay Township Police
County            = MCSO Patrol Services & Investigative Services Divisions
Court             = MCSO Court Services Division
German            = German Township Police
Germantown        = Germantown Police
Harrison          = MCSO Harrison Twp. Contract Patrol
Jail              = MCSO Jail Services Division 
Jefferson         = MCSO Jefferson Twp. Contract Patrol 
Metro             = Five Rivers Metro Parks PD
Miami             = Miami Township Police
Miamisburg        = Miamisburg Police
Perry             = Perry Township Police
Phillipsburg      = Phillipsburg Police
Trotwood          = Trotwood Police
Verona            = Verona Police
Washington        = MCSO Washington Township Contract Patrol

2. The numerical portion of each unit is three digits are is loosely organized as follows:
   
   1xx = 1st Watch (Midnights)
   2xx = 2nd Watch (Days)
   3xx = 3rd Watch (Evenings)
   4xx = Relief Watch 
   5xx = Special Assignment 
   6xx = Special Assignment  

3. The next two digits refer to the assignment as follows:

   1 - 9 = Command Staff
   x10's = Patrol Beats/Districts/Sectors
   x20's = Patrol Beats/Districts/Sectors
   x30's = Patrol Beats/Districts/Sectors
   x40's = Patrol Beats/Districts/Sectors (MCSO uses this for Evidence 
           Technician Deputies
   x50's = Patrol Beats/Districts/Sectors (MCSO uses this for Support Services Deputies
   x60's = Special Assignment 
   x70's = Detectives 
   x80's = MCSO Legal Process Unit (some municipal courts use this for bailiffs)
   x90's = K9 Units

3. Some examples are as follows: 
   
   County 283     = MCSO Process Server Deputy
   County 341     = MCSO Evidence Technician Deputy 
   Perry 310      = Perry Twp. PD, 3rd Watch, Supervisor
   Phillipsburg 1 = Phillipsburg PD Chief
   Clayton 271    = Clayton PD Detective
   Washington 363 = MCSO Washington Twp. Patrol Reserve Deputy

4. For some unknown reason, the following agencies still use the old style identifiers:
   
   AP  = Montgomery County Adult Probation
   PT  = Montgomery County Probation Transport
   Z   = Montgomery County Animal Control

Examples of their unit numbers are: 2-AP-17, 2-PT-12, 2-Z-6

Sheriff Codes and Signals


Many police agencies in Montgomery County have ceased use of the codes and signals 
in favor of "clear text", also known as "clear speak" using no codes and signals of
any type. However, several agencies still use them. The disposition codes in the
second section are still used by most agencies, even those now using "clear text".


Signals:

00    Riot                                 40    Inhalator Call
1     Homicide                             41    Drowning
2     Rape                                 42    Alarm Drop
3     Robbery                              43    Fire
4     Aggravated Assault                   44    Special Assignment: No Radio
5     Burglary/Breaking & Entering         45    Medic Needed
6     Larceny                              46    Juvenile Complaint
7     Auto Theft                           47    Inter City Radio Traffic
8     Arson                                48    Emergency
9     Other Assaults                       49    Cancel
10    Forgery/Counterfeiting               50    Equipment Trouble
11    Fraud                                51    LEADS Unavailable
12    Embezzlement                         52    Meal Break
13    Stolen Property                      53    Accident
14    Vandalism                            53A   Accident - Property Damage
15    Weapons Violation                    53B   Accident - Injury
16    Prostitution/Vice                    53C   Accident - Pedestrian
17    Sex Offense                          53D   Accident - Car and Train
18    Narcotics                            54    Change Radio Channel
19    Gambling                             55    Traffic Violation
20    Domestic Dispute                     99    Officer In Trouble
21    DUI/OVI                              10-1  Unable To Copy
22    Liquor Violation                     10-3  Cease Transmission
23    Drunk                                10-4  Copied OK
24    Disorderly                           10-5  Relay Message
25    Vagrancy                             10-6  Stand By
26    All Other Offenses                   10-9  Repeat Traffic
27    Suspicious                           10-28 Registration Check
30    Suicide                              10-29 File Check
31    Attempted Suicide                    10-54 Livestock On Road
32    Aircraft Crash                       10-79 Notify Coroner
33    Report To:                           10-96 Mental
34    Meet Car or Unit                     10-97 Neighbor Trouble
35    Warrant                              100   In Service
36    Call HQ or Other                     200   Out of Service
37    Call Your Residence                  101   Wrecker Needed
38    Emergency Notification
39    Location

Disposition Codes:

A     Arrest Made                          L     Unable To Locate
B     Detail Complete                      N     No Report
C     Citation Issued                      R     Report Made
D     Dispatch Cancelled                   S     Supplemental Report
F     F I C Card                           U     Unfounded
G     Gone                                 W     Warning Issued
H     Handled By Other Jurisdiction                                   

District Numbers:

D-7   Patrol HQ and Jefferson Twp. Substation
D-10  Harrison Twp. Substation
D-15  Washington Twp. Substation



Ohio State Highway Patrol

Montgomery County is served by OSP Post 57 Dayton, located at 400 Smith Drive, Clayton, Ohio. This post was consolidated with former Post 68 Eaton in 2005. In addition to Montgomery County, Post 57 patrols all of Darke and Preble counties. All communications use the Ohio MARCS statewide system.


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