The Dayton Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Deputy Marshal.
Applicants must be a graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy with three years of experience. Applications will be accepted until July 1, 2021.
Applications and additional information can be found here or picked up at the Dayton Police Department 6531 State Road 38 East, Dayton, IN, or at the Dayton Town Hall 721 Walnut Street Dayton, IN (M-F 9-3).
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Dayton Police Department Awarded Grant from Subaru Indiana Foundation
Marshal Taylor received $5829 for a Traffic Safety Project to reduce speeds on State Road 38.
L-R Ron Koehler, Marshal Taylor, Juile Cole (SIA Foundation) Jen Manago, Stan Kyger
Information for New Residents
The Dayton Police Department welcomes you to Dayton. The following is a list of summarized ordinances that we routinely enforce that may differ from laws in the jurisdiction you came from:
Trash containers must be removed from the curb after trash pick up and placed by the residence, preferably out of view if possible.
Special arrangements must be made for disposal of large items such as furniture that does not fit into the trash containers. Do not leave at curb as our company will not take during normal pick up.
Garbage, junk, or any other waste must not be visible from a street or alley.
Yard waste such as grass and limbs are not collected and may not be left at curb.
Check dayton.in.gov for leaf pick up times and instructions.
Yards must be mowed regularly. Grass and leaves may not be blown on sidewalks or streets.
Yard parking is prohibited. This includes the area between sidewalk and curb.
Parking on and blocking sidewalks is prohibited. This includes the area in driveways where the sidewalk crosses it.
All vehicles visible from the street or alley must be operable and have current issue plates.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Firearms Permit. The first step in obtaining a firearms permit is to visit the Indiana State Police Firearms web page and start the application process. After completing the online section you will be directed to a location to obtain electronic fingerprints. After completing that process you will be directed to contact the Dayton Police Department for a local background check and payment of the required fees. Call us at 765-447-2219 to schedule an appointment. Without a scheduled appointment you will not be able to complete the application process.
The mission of the Dayton Police Department is to provide a safe secure environment for the citizens of Dayton to live and raise a family. We want the residents to have pride and a sense of ownership in their Town. We believe in a common-sense approach to law enforcement. We believe that laws are created to keep us all safe. We believe officers must use discretion when applying those laws by assessing every situation based on its own particular circumstance.
There are times when arrests are necessary and required. There are also times when an arrest is not the best course of action. We will attempt to gain compliance with local ordinances through education and awareness prior to official action. We will consider all points of view in any situation and strive to take the correct action. We believe that all residents should be afforded equal protection under the law.
Dayton Police Department
Marshal Robert S. Taylor
serving since 2014
Deputy Jeff Dunscomb
serving since 2002
Deputy Chief Rob Hainje
serving since 2003
Deputy James Knogge
serving since 2007
Deputy Randy Martin
serving since 2013
Deputy Mike Thomas
serving since 2014
Deputy Robert Loop
serving since 2018
Deputy Austin Burris
serving since 2019
Deputy Matthew Devine
serving since 2019