Cassie Mattia is a resident of Historic Downtown Loveland

by Cassie Mattia

Loveland, Ohio – Mother, Lieutenant, and Inspiration! These are just a few words that describe Amy Campbell. After recently being promoted to Lieutenant of the Loveland Police Department, Campbell sat down with LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV to talk about her journey to becoming such an important part of our police force all while raising 4 children!

Not only has Lieutenant Campbell impacted the Loveland Police Department in the most positive way – she has also become a vital part of the community of Loveland’s DNA.

Check out the full interview with Lieutenant Amy Campbell below and I promise you will feel inspired to take on the world after hearing her story!


Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association Golf Outing

Date:        Monday, August 19, 2019

Time:       9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start (Please arrive at least 30 minutes early!)

Place:       O’Bannon Creek Golf Club 6842 St. Rte. 48, Loveland, Ohio 45140

Format:    Four-person Scramble

Cost:        $100.00 per player (Lunch included) / $20.00 Lunch only

Register by:  August 9, 2019

Individuals, businesses, civic/social groups are encouraged to participate as golfers, hole sponsors, or as door prize contributors.  If people are interested in playing in the golf outing but cannot come up with a foursome, we invite them to register anyway and we will match them up with other individual players.  Anyone interested in participating in or supporting the golf outing should contact Gene Bishop, Miami Township CPAAA at 513 225-5334 or, Peggy Goodwin, Loveland CPAAA at [email protected] or 513-677-9066.

The Loveland Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association uses its share of the proceeds from the annual golf outing to fund various projects and initiatives in support of our Loveland Police Division.  One such project was contributing towards the purchase of an ATV several years ago; this vehicle allowed our officers to maneuver more easily within crowds during events, etc.  More recently we purchased a gas grill for use by officers and staff at the Safety Center as well as replacing two tent canopies used by the officers at various events.  In addition, the Alumni co-sponsors an Emergency Services Scholarship (along with the Loveland Police Officers Association) that is open to any student living within the City of Loveland who is majoring in Criminal Justice.

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