The Liberty Township Patrol Division is commanded by Lt. Lance Bunnell and operates from their substation at 6400 Princeton Road. Sergeants Chuck Laymon and Ed Tanner supervise eighteen deputies serving the township.
Liberty Township is located in the east-central part of the county, north of West Chester Township and south of the City of Monroe. The Sheriff’s Office provides contracted law enforcement services to Liberty Township’s twenty-eight square miles and over 37,000 residents.
Liberty Township is one of the fastest growing townships in Butler County. The opening of the Liberty Way interchange, which occurred on October 14, 2009, paved the way for opening of six hundred acres of additional commercial development. Liberty Township’s close proximity to I-75 and S.R. 129, the new Children’s Hospital and excellent schools make it very attractive for future development. Liberty Township needs a professional and capable police force, which the Butler County Sheriff’s Office is able to provide.
In 2009, the residents of Liberty Township passed a 5-year police levy. The passage of this levy ensures the staffing levels in Liberty Township will be maintained. As a direct result, the safety and property values of Liberty Township are protected for the future.