BELLBROOK, Ohio (WDTN) – Bellbrook police officers hit the streets Thursday evening.
Chief Doug Doherty as well as a sergeant and a lieutenant walked the neighborhood meeting with residents and answering any questions or concerns.
All three are fairly new faces to the department and the chief decided this was the best way to introduce themselves.
“We want people to know that we’re here to serve them. We’re here to help so what better way to do it than to speak to people directly, face to face, one on one,” said Police Chief Doug Doherty.
They plan to visit other neighborhoods through the summer, every Tuesday evening.
The dates are currently scheduled as follows:
- June 17 – South West Street, Brookwood Drive, South East Street and Ryder Court
- July 1 – Possum Run Road, Sugarleaf Drive, Fowler Drive, Lynlee Drive, Kensington Drive, Locus Bend Drive, Beryl Drive, Wood Acre Drive, Whites Drive, Weller Drive, Sugarcreek Drive and North Linda Drive
- July 8 – Hillcrest Drive, Bellemeade Drive, Tampico Trail, Knob Hill Drive and Moss Oak Trail
- July 15 – Lakeman Drive, Bonnie Dale Drive, Clear View Drive, South Linda Drive, Maxwell Drive and Regent Park Drive
- July 22 – Polo Trace Court, Callaway Court, Sudbury Court and North Sheffield Drive
- July 29 – Woodedge Drive, Beechwood Drive, Eckworth Drive, Portage Path, Periwinkle Drive, Tennyson Drive, Sullivan Drive and Barnett Drive
Each neighborhood walk will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Visit the City of Bellbrook web site for more information.