Congratulations Assistant Chief Chris Johns, OFE, OFC!: Assistant Chief Chris Johns was recently granted the Ohio Fire Chief (OFC) designated by the Ohio Fire Chief’s Association.  This designation seeks to provide independent verification and certification of the Fire Chiefs in the state.  Each applicant is measured against a predetermined set of standards and the applicants are subsequently reviewed by a panel of chief’s peers statewide. “The OFC credential seeks to affirm to government officials, agencies, and most importantly, the public that the chief serves that the person earning it is truly qualified to hold such position as determined by an independent body,” said Chief Steve Miller.  “It is one thing to believe you have what it takes to do the job. It is quite another to be able to demonstrate that your peers recognize that you are qualified.  This credential is the vehicle to do just that.” Please join us in congratulating Assistant Chief Chris Johns, OFE, OFC.


Citizen Compliment/Complaint Form

The Ross Township Police Department continuously strives to provide the highest quality of law enforcement service and to enforce the law equally, fairly, and objectively.

In the event that you wish to compliment or issue a complaint against actions taken by a Ross Township officer, you may complete the attached form and submit the form in any of the following manners:

  • In person at the Ross Township Police Department, 4055 Hamilton Cleves Road
  • Via e-mail to [email protected]
  • Via US mail to Ross Township Police Department, 4055 Hamilton Cleves Road, Fairfield, OH 45014

You may also contact the Ross Township Police Department by phone at (513) 863-2337 for further information.

Click here for the Ross Township Police Department Citizen Compliment/Complaint Form.