Clermont County Ohio
(513) 553-2300

Safety Services

Clermont County Sheriff’s Office


For an emergency call 911
Please direct all non-emergency calls to (513) 732-2231.

The Sheriff’s Road Patrol is the primary law enforcement service for Ohio Township. The patrol officers are uniformed deputies, driving marked patrol cars, responding to calls for service.

Patrol and investigative service units operating out of the main headquarters located at 4470 St. Rt. 222, Batavia, Ohio 45103. The main headquarters may be contacted at (513) 732-7500. http://www.clermontsheriff.org

Fire & EMS

For an emergency dial 911.
Please direct all non-emergency calls to (513) 553-1757.

Fire Chief Fire & EMS services are contracted through Pierce Township and operate out of Station 45 located at 2877 Mt. Pisgah Rd.

Contact: Chief Craig Wright
(513) 752-6273

In addition to fire suppression and emergency medical response, our dedicated Firefighter EMTS and Paramedics are crossed-trained in disciplines such as water rescue, hazardous materials response, National Incident Management Systems, life safety inspections, and fire investigations. Several have specialized training in the fields of rope rescue, trench rescue, confined space rescue, and terrorism awareness and response.

More information can be found at https://piercetownship.org/about-the-fire-department.

Emergency Sirens

The sirens are tested county wide on the FIRST Wednesday of every month at 12:00 noon. The test will last 3-5 minutes depending on the model of the siren. If the sirens are sounded any other time, please tune into your local Cincinnati television or radio station for instructions to act accordingly depending on the nature of the emergency. The all hazard warning siren is activated by the Clermont County Communications Center.

Listed below are some of the instances in which the sirens may be activated:
    - A tornado WARNING (means that actual Doppler indicated or tornado on the ground)
    - Air raid or enemy attack
    - Any major event that has possible effects to our area (i.e. large chemical spill, a wildfire out of control, or any other event deemed necessary)