Monroe Police Department Appreciation Banquet Award Winners 2013

The Monroe Police Department held its 4th Annual Banquet at Mt. Pleasant on Friday, February 1. The Banquet is held to honor our police officers, dispatchers and volunteers. Special thanks to the Frick family (Trader's World) for their support of the department and for sponsoring the banquet. 

This year's award winners were: Read more »

Police Department Food Drive

The Monroe Police Department is having its annual food drive to support local families that may need a helping hand. This will be the 3rd year and the 5th food drive that the Monroe Police Department has sponsored. The Monroe Police Department strives to serve the community through positive interaction and we are proud to sponsor a food drive to help make a difference.  Start date: September 21, 2012. End date: October 15, 2012. Read more »

Hats and Gloves for Needy Kids

The Police Department and LCNB National Bank is working with Monroe Local Schools to get hats and groves to needy children before this winter weather hits. The school has identified 76 kids who are in need of winter hats and gloves. All donations will stay here in the community. Donations can be dropped off in the Police Lobby or at LCNB located at 101 Clarence F Warner Drive, Monroe Ohio by October 31.  If you have any questions please contact Officer Eric Walton (email) or at 360-2206, Ext. 1122.

D.A.R.E. Graduation December 13

submitted by Officer B. Kahny, School Resource Officer
I am glad to announce that we have had an exciting year with Monroe Elementary in D.A.R.E. We will hold 6th grade D.A.R.E. Graduation December 13 at 10:00 A.M. in the Auditorium.  If we can make a difference in one child’s life, it’s all worth it.  D.A.R.E. gives kids the opportunity to develop confidence and knowledge to make healthy choices.

Monroe Police and School District Offer ID Kits

Monroe Primary School and the Monroe Police Department are working together to make sure children in the district are better protected.  On Friday, March 19, 2010, Assistant Principal Nancy Stratton and School Resource Officer Brett Kahny passed out ID kits to all kindergarten children.  The kits were made available through The National Child Identification Program.

Learn Bicycle Safety at Free Kids Bike Rodeo

The Monroe Police Department will conduct several free bike rodeos throughout the area to help educate the community about bicycle safety. Officer Kahny will discuss ways to stay safe while riding, and participants will have an opportunity to try out their skills on a mini obstacle course.

For more information, please contact Officer Brett Kahny with the Monroe Police Department at 539-9234. 

Bike Rodeos will be held in the following locations: 

July 25th

Rochester Hills
(front entrance) 9am-10am

Monroe Crossings
(Shanda Dr.) 1pm-2pm

July 1st

Bridle Creek
(Bobtail Way) 9am-10am
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Kid's Bike Rodeo

The bike rodeo is a free event geared to increase awareness in the community about bicycle safety. The rodeo will include bicycle safety tips from Officer Kahny and have a mini bike obstacle course. For more information contact Officer Kahny at the Monroe Police Department at 539-9234. The rodeo will take place from 10:00 am to 11:30 am.

Locations and Dates
Colonial Manor - June 21, 2007
Bridle Creek - June 26, 2007
Apple Gate - June 29, 2007
Brittony Trails - July 5, 2007
Wyandot Woods - July 10, 2007
Monroe Meadows - July 12, 2007
Brittany Heights - July 17, 2007
Country Estates - July 20, 2007