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Chief of Police

fbichief-cropChief of Police, Craig A. Richardson began his career with the Moraine Police Division May 23, 1994.  His first position was that of Patrol Officer with a promotion to Sergeant in February 2001.  During his time as sergeant his duties included Detective Sergeant,  Training Coordinator and Firearms Instructor. He is a PELC (Police Executive Leadership College) graduate and most recently a graduate of the FBI Academy, Session 259, on March 20, 2015.

The F.B.I. National Academy Session 259, consisted of men and women from 49 states.  Included in the class were members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, 24 international courntries, six military organizations, and five federal civilan organizations. 

Internationally known for its academic excellence, the National Academy Program offers 10 weeks of advanced investigative, management, and fintess training for selected officer having proven records as professionals within their agencies.  A total of 48,118 graduates now represent the F.B.I. National Academy since it began in July 1935.  Of this number, approximately 16,683 are still active in law enforcement work.

 

Mission Statement

Moraine Police DivisionWe, the members of the Moraine Police Division, are committed to working in partnership with the citizens of Moraine to improve the quality of life for our citizens. We will work to maintain safe and secure neighborhoods, while treating everyone with respect and dignity. We address every circumstance without passion or prejudice, treating others in a fair, firm and honest manner. We strive to consistently improve ourselves professionally in order to improve our service to the community.

Monthly Police Reports

2015 August Statistics

  • Abduction - 1
  • Assault - 5
  • Breaking & Entering/Burglary - 11
  • Criminal Mischief/Damaging/Vandalism - 11
  • Drugs - 12
  • Fraud/ID Theft/Felony Theft/Vehicle Theft - 9
  • Misdemeanor Theft - 30
  • Rape/Sex Offenses - 0
  • Homicide - 0
  • Robbery - 1

Detectives Desk: Scam Alert

A resident recently reported that she was contacted at her residence by a person who identified himself as David O'Donnel, a representative of Publishers Clearing House.  Mr. O'Donnel informed the resident that she had won over 10 million dollars and they had found a sponsor to pay 98% of the taxes.  This left the resident with paying 2% of the taxes or $500.  Mr. O'Donnel asked the resident to go Walmart and purchase a Green Dot Money Card in the amount of $500 to take care of the taxes.  The resident immediately identified this situation as a scam and did not comply to Mr. O'Donnel's request. 

Everyone should be aware of this scam along with the potential for others.  While the scams change over time there is one constant, the suspect will want money.  It's safe to go by the saying, "If it sounds to good to be true it probably is." 

 

 

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