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Transparency in Policing

Transparency in Policing

The Hilliard Division of Police is focused on transparency in our policing efforts. The Division invests significant time in relationship-building with all parts of our community, because we know solutions start with mutual understanding and trust. To us, community policing is more than a catchphrase — it’s ingrained in our mission. An emphasis on our core values and de-escalation practices are regularly incorporated into our training programs. We are constantly evaluating our actions and report those to you. Read our key reports here:

Transparency in Policing Key Reports

Bias Free Policing Policy

2023 Bias Free Policing Analysis

Use of Force Policy

2023 Use of Force Analysis

Pursuit Policy

2023 Vehicle Pursuit Analysis

Anti-Retaliation Policy

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Policy

Flock Safety Cameras

The City of Hilliard Division of Police strives to use emerging technology and data to help fully combat crime in our community. The Division uses technology provided by Flock Safety that allows for cameras to flag license plates associated with crimes as vehicles travel through our community. Learn more about the cameras and view the transparency reports here.

Compliments & Complaints

The Hilliard Division of Police is committed to providing people of our community with quality law enforcement services and to treating citizens in a manner in which is courteous, helpful, and responsive. We believe our core values of Integrity, Commitment, Cooperation and Professionalism are the basis for community trust and we set high standards for the personal and professional conduct of all our employees.

Citizens can submit a complaint form in person at the Safety Services Building, located at 5171 Northwest Parkway in Hilliard or email it to

Important Documents

Personnel Complaint Policy

Complaint Procedures

Complaint Referral Form

Police Feedback Form

Police Feedback

We value the public’s feedback. Use the form below to offer compliments or complaints on HPD personnel.

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