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2017 Union Township Opt Out Letter Electric A…

Click here for a copy of 2017 Electric Aggregation Program Opt Out Letter

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Union Township RFQ Announcement: Station 49 D…

Union Township, Clermont County, Ohio, is requesting qualifications (RFQ) from interested firms to provide professional design/build construction services for the renovation and bay expansion of Union Township Fire Station 49...

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Subscribe To The Township Newsletter!!

Union Township is happy to announce the ability to subscribe to the township newsletter. If you click here you will be taken to our registration page all you have to...

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Bells Lane & SR32 Project- Materials from…

  A public meeting was held on March 22, 2017, to discuss upcoming SR 32 improvements between Bells Lane and Old SR 74, including work on both Old SR 74 from...

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UTFD ANNOUNCES FIREPUP PROGRAM

Do you remember when firefighters visited your school and taught fire safety? Or, maybe you remember how excited you were on your first trip to the fire station?   For 25 years...

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Police

Formed in 1965, the Police Department has grown from its original staff of one part-time officer to a 60 member, full service, internationally accredited agency.

The agency is commanded by Chief Scott Gaviglia and is functionally divided into three command bureaus: Operations, Administrative Services, and Staff Services. Information on agency structure and operations may be found by exploring the Bureaus link on the top navigation menu.

Mission

The members of the Union Township Police Department are committed to the principles that define democracy, including the protection of constitutional rights and equal protection under the law. Members of the Union Township Police Department are expected to strive for:

Making the maximum contribution to enhance the overall quality of life in Union Township;

Having the courage to always fight injustice;

Dedication to protecting the innocent and aiding those who cannot care for themselves;

Prevention, resistance, and elimination of crime and the fear of crime;

Fostering a relationship of genuine mutual respect with the members of the community;

Achievement of personal and professional excellence;

The ethical, consistent, and equitable exercise of police powers and discretion.

 

 

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