Public Safety Study

In the summer of 2011 Xenia City Council charged public safety and administrative leadership with developing a comprehensive study on fire/rescue and police services. As part of this instruction, staff was asked to make recommendations on changes to public safety operations deemed appropriate to improve the cost effectiveness of services and ensure high quality provision of services into the future. Administrative leadership spent more than 10 months conducting an exhaustive assessment of current services and developing a series of recommendations for law enforcement, parking enforcement, 911/dispatch, and fire suppression and rescue services.

Read the Public Safety Study in its entirety (PDF).