Captain of Amberley Village Police Department
Thomas M. Fallon, Captain Amberley Village Police Department, is the Commander and a founding member of the Hamilton County (Ohio) Heroin Task Force. Commander Fallon has served as the Commander of this task force since its inception in June 2015. Under Commander Fallon’s command, the Task force has investigated over 1500 opioid-related overdose deaths. On October 5, 2016 the Hamilton County Heroin Coalition Task Force was given the award by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine for the “Ohio Distinguished Law Enforcement Group Achievement.” In September of 2019, this task force was named “Ohio Task Force of the Year” by Ohio NARCO- Ohio NARCO is a not for profit Law Enforcement Association serving Ohio’s Law Enforcement community. In his role with the Task Force, Commander Fallon initiated the Quick Response Team (QRT) in Norwood, Ohio in 2016, and is currently leading a multi-jurisdictional, county-wide Quick Response Team (QRT) in Hamilton County. In early 2021, Commander Fallon was the law enforcement lead and program coordinator one of the largest QRT expansion projects in the nation. Commander Fallon is also the law enforcement policy advisor for the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program in Hamilton County.