The Madeira Police Department places a priority on Community Outreach. For more information on any of the programs, please call 513-272-4214. Below are a few of the programs that the Police Department participates in, or sponsors:
- Fill-A-Cruiser: The Department, in conjunction with Kroger and local food banks, fill cruisers with non-perishable food items.
- Coffee With a Cop: Regularly scheduled opportunities to share a cup of coffee with an officer at local businesses to hear department updates and ask questions.
- Residential Key Program: The residential key program is designed to expedite access to residents in their homes during medical or other emergencies.
- Vehicle Lock-Outs: The Police Department will open a locked vehicle in an emergency situation (child or pet locked in the vehicle). To request your vehicle be unlocked 513-272-4214.
- Gun Lock Program: Project Childsafe and the Police Department have partnered to provide free gun locks to residents. To obtain a free gun lock you must show your ID at the Police Department. Gun locks will be issued based on the quantity available.
- Kids' Safety Camp: Annual Safety Camp for area youth ages 8–10. Presentations include demonstrations by police specialty units. Additionally, youth participate in programs in personal safety, stranger danger, basic first aid, bike safety, drug and alcohol awareness, and many more hands-on learning experiences.
- Police Station Tours: Offered to school and civic groups. Please email the Police Department two weeks prior to schedule a visit.
- Safety and Security Presentations: Members of the Police Department frequently provide presentations to local schools and groups. Please email the Police Department to schedule a presentation.
- Citizen Fingerprinting: Residents, and those who work within the city, may have their fingerprints taken at the Police Department. The department does not have the capability to take fingerprints electronically. Proof of residency or employment is required.
- K-9 Program: Officer Ed Farris and his partner, Doc, have been serving the community since 2014. Doc is a narcotics trained canine, and he's trained in search and handler protection. Doc is a sworn member of the Madeira Police Department and is the second canine officer in the department's history.
- Mobile Speed Trailer and Speed Surveys: - The Madeira Police Department has mobile speed signs that are used to allow drivers to become aware of the speeds they travel on City streets.