Warren County Ohio Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Larry L. Sims
  • Larry L. Sims
  • Warren County Sheriff
  • 822 Memorial Drive
    (For GPS purposes use 550 Justice Drive)
  • Lebanon, Ohio 45036
  • Main Office: (513) 695-1280
Sergeant Brian Dulle - EOW 05/10/2011

The Warren County Sheriff's Office is a modern, forward-looking law enforcement agency serving the citizens and visitors of one of the Midwest's fastest growing communities. We are committed to providing excellent service to those in need.

We provide enforcement and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Warren County as well as contract law enforcement service to Deerfield and Union Townships and the Village of South Lebanon. Our detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigation Section are responsible for investigating major crimes. The Warren County Drug Task Force is a multi-agency effort administrated through our office. Members of the task force include local, state and federal investigators. In support of the first-line units are the Court Services Section, a commercial vehicle enforcement officer, ATV and bike patrols, a countywide Tactical Team, and a professional clerical staff.

Two Drug Abuse Resistance Education officers and a School Resource Officer serve our schools. These deputies pull double-duty as crime prevention and training specialists when school is out.

We are proud of the accredited Warren County Jail. A professional team of corrections officers and supervisors administrate the nearly three hundred prisoners housed daily in the facility.

We believe that training is the key to face the challenges of increasing needs while being ever mindful in spending precious tax dollars wisely. As a leader in the local law enforcement community, one of our goals is to provide the best training available to all law enforcement officers in the county. We are proud of our practice of opening our classrooms to every law enforcement agency in the county. We believe our training is second-to-none and cutting edge in modern law enforcement.

Whether it is our enforcement deputy answering a call, a detective interviewing a suspect or our canine team searching for drugs, it is our goal to treat every person with dignity and respect.