City of Trenton

Police Department

Safety and Security

Arthur Scott

Chief of Police

David Rosenfelder

Police Lieutenant


U.S. Immigration and
​​​​​​​Customs Enforcement

Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Victim Notification Program

Allows Eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timlely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody. 

Free Gun Locks

Are you limited on your ability to secure personally owned firearms in your home? The Trenton Police Division cares about the wellbeing of our community and we want to enhance security in your home by safely securing firearms.  We are providing FREE gunlocks for anyone interested.  You may pick-up as many gunlocks as you need at the best police agency in Butler County, the Trenton Police Division 
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

Seeking Full-Time Police Officer



Updated: June 07, 2018

Job Classification: Police Officer
The Trenton Police Department is currently hiring for entry level or lateral Police Officer. Candidates must take the FrontLine National exam through National Testing Network (NTN) at All online testing must be completed by July 13, 2018.

Application packets are available on the City of Trenton website at and in the Administrative offices of the City of Trenton. Packets include a City of Trenton application form and a personal history questionnaire. Both documents must be completed and submitted no later than 5:00pm on Friday, July 13, 2018, in order to be considered for any open position. Completed application packets may be submitted: 1) via fax to 513-988-0855, attention Sharon Leichman; 2) via email to; or 3) in person or mailed to the Administrative offices of the City of Trenton at 11 E State St, Trenton OH 45067. Mailed packets must be received on or prior to the July 13th deadline in order to be considered.

Salary Information: $47, 507 - $66, 789 annually
Benefit Information: Comprehensive benefit package. College tuition available. All equipment provided.
Candidate Contact: Officer Ben Coulter 513-988-6341

Department Overview: The Trenton Police Department is a progressive organization highly focused on training and development and consisting of 16 full-time officers, a full-time dispatch center, and a K-9 unit. We offer an on-site, state-of-the-art workout and training facility, a take-home cruiser program, modern uniforms and equipment with uniform maintenance pay, and OPBA representation.
Area Information: Trenton covers over 4 square miles in Butler County, Ohio and is located between Middletown & Hamilton on State Route 73, approximately 20 minutes from Miami University-Oxford.




Mission Statement

The Trenton Police Division will embrace the concept of Community in the application of police services to enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Trenton and those who visit.  Excellence, a spirit of Innovation, and dedicated Partnerships will be the vehicles we use to achieve the highest degree of professionalism for the Trenton Police Division.