Digital Fingerprinting via Webcheck

*** PLEASE NOTE: Effective, Tuesday, October 3, 2023, we will no longer be providing rolled/inked fingerprinting services and will only offer digital fingerprinting, via Webcheck.

The Englewood Police Department will provide digital fingerprinting (via Webcheck) for Englewood residents and employees of Englewood businesses ONLY. Proof of residency or employment is required at the time of fingerprinting (e.g., Ohio driver's license, work-issued identification card, employment verification on company letterhead).

Fingerprinting services is available by appointment between the hours of 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. 

To make an appointment, call 937-836-1194 during our regular business hours.


  • BCI only: $40
  • FBI only: $40
  • Both BCI & FBI: $70

Payment is required at the time of fingerprinting and can be made by:

  • Cash
  • Credit Card - MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover accepted
  • Check, payable to the City of Englewood, from an Englewood business - no personal checks accepted

Copies of Reports

Auto Accident or Crash reports can be obtained here.  Please allow up to 72 hours for completed crash reports to be posted online.

To obtain copies of other police reports, please use the online request form.

Other police records requests can be made by calling our Records section at 937-836-1194 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.  There is no charge for copies of reports.

Lockout Service

We provide this service to both residential and business addresses. Just call the non-emergency number at 836-2678 and advise the dispatcher of the year/make/model/color and location of the vehicle. Approach the officer when you see him in the area.


Englewood currently dispatches for the City of Englewood Police and Fire Departments, City of Union Police and Fire Departments, Village of New Lebanon Police and Fire Departments, Brookville Police and Fire Departments, Jackson Township Police Department and Farmersville Fire Department.

Parking Tickets

The City of Englewood has active Parking Enforcement Officers who patrol the city looking for parking violations including handicap and fire lanes. If you feel you have been cited in error, you can contact Police Administration to be scheduled to attend Traffic Violations Bureau at the Englewood Government Center on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.

Old Firearms & Ammunition

The following nearby businesses will accept unused ammunition and may purchase firearms that are suitable for resale: Olde English Outfitters, 937-667-3315; Vandalia Range and Armory, 937-387-0485; Vandalia Tactical, 937-264-8432

Expired & Unwanted Medications

A drug drop-off box is located in the police department's lobby, accessible 24-hours a day. Simply combine all your unused medications into a Ziploc bag and drop it in the green collection box. No liquids, needles, aerosols or ointments accepted.

Tornado Sirens

The tornado sirens are tested the first Monday of each month at 12 p.m.