Patrolman Andrew Nicholas Comose  P-266  (1947-2019)

He was predeceased by his parents; brother, Jimmy Comose; in-laws, Joe and Charlotte Clark; and sister-in-law, Peggy Comose.  Patrolman Comose is survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Patricia Ann “Trish” (Clark) Comose; children, Timothy (Cindy) Comose and Jennifer (Pete) von Ahn; grandchildren: Andrew Comose, Alexis Comose, Zachary Comose, Sophia Comose, PJ Comose, Petey von Ahn, Ethan von Ahn, Lucas von Ahn and Quinn von Ahn; siblings, Tommy Comose and Carol Smith; and sister-in-law, Eileen Comose;

Mounted Patrolman Charles G. Petersen | Cincinnati Police Department

Mounted Officer Charles Godfrey PetersenCharles was born in Denmark. As a young adolescent, he served as an apprentice to a horticulturalist in the royal gardens of the King of Denmark and was thereafter very interested in botany. He went to sea at the age of 13, passed through countless adventures, and traveled all over the world. He survived many shipwrecks and explored South America all the way in to the headwaters of the Amazon River … Read More


Cop Killers Wayne Reed (Prison No. A153741) and Russell Bell (Prison No. A154142), though originally sentenced to death, have a parole hearing MAY 30, 2019. Please contact the Ohio Adult Parole Authority at Ohio Parole Board, 4545 Fisher Road, Suite D, Columbus, Ohio 43228 or go to to object to their release. <more>

BOLO: Upcoming Events

Be on the lookout for upcoming Greaer Cincinnati area Law Enforcement relate3d events. More information will be provided here as it becomes available and the dates draw nearer. This is a “heads up” to mark your calendar and to save the date. —more

Free Parking Fo r Museum Patrons

Free and convenient parking is now available for patrons of the Police Museum.  Signs have been erected designating all space between 306 and 318 Reading Road as Police Museum Parking.  Read More . . .

Reflections On a Day At the Museum

14917182_10154653429933454_89472053582487353_o FOX19 NOW Morning News Digital Producer Jennifer Baker and her children visited the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum on Nov. 5. She posted this recollection of the experience on her personal Facebook page.   <Read Full Article>