Aaron L. Tillman III, CLEE, Chief of Police
Aaron L. Tillman III, CLEE
Chief of Police
Chief Aaron L. Tillman III, CLEE started his career with the Woodlawn Police Division on October 9, 1995. In October of 2000, Chief Tillman III, CLEE moved to the Village of Woodlawn to raise his family in the same community where he has served and protected for twenty-five plus years as a Woodlawn Police Officer.
Chief Tillman III, CLEE has served in several duty assignments that range from undercover investigations, internal affairs investigator, community policing officer, bike patrol officer and Taser Instructor. Chief Tillman III, CLEE has also served as the police division first-ever police canine handler.
Chief Tillman III, received a promotion to Sergeant in 2000, and later received his promotion to Lieutenant in 2013. While serving in his new role as Lieutenant, he was asked to serve as the acting chief of police in 2013.
Chief Tillman III, CLEE was appointed to his current position as Chief on April 26, 2016, and is currently the executive officer of police operations. Chief Tillman III, has served as acting Municipal Manager during his employment as Chief of Police.
Before joining the Woodlawn Police Division, Chief Tillman III, CLEE worked for the Glendale Police Department (Ohio) and before working for Glendale, Chief Tillman III, CLEE started his Police career with the Milford Police Department (Ohio) in 1991.
Chief Tillman III, CLEE is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership College PELC class of 61 and a graduate of CLEE Certified Law Enforcement Executive Class XX (Ohio).
Chief Tillman is also a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy Session #267. Chief Tillman III, CLEE is on the Executive Board of the Hamilton County Association of Chief of Police where he has served as secretary, treasurer, vice-president, and president.
Other Board Position:
Executive Board member serving on the Great Oaks Police Academy Advisory Committee.
Executive Board member serving on the Great Oaks Police Academy Advisory Committee.
Donald Fourth Jr., Lieutenant Commander
Donald Fourth Jr.
Lieutenant Donald Fourth Jr. has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since January 2001.
During that time, he has spent many hours working in Woodlawn making it his home. He has been involved with different aspects of policing in the Village of Woodlawn from traffic enforcement to criminal investigations.
Lieutenant Fourth Jr. has been a part of the Community Resource Section and the N.E.E.T. Team. (Narcotic Enforcement Entry Team)
Lieutenant Fourth was also a member of the Hamilton County Honor Guard. Lieutenant Fourth Jr. attended Great Oaks Police Academy and graduated in June of 2000. He then applied for the Woodlawn Police Division where he was hired as an auxiliary police officer August 2000.
In 2011, he began to assist in the Criminal Investigation Section of the Woodlawn Police Division. He was permanently assigned to this section in September of 2012. In May of 2013, he was placed in charge of the Woodlawn Police Division Criminal Investigation Section. Sergeant Fourth was promoted to his current rank in September of 2014.
Lieutenant Donald Fourth Jr. was promoted to Staff Sergeant on January 17, 2016. Lieutenant Fourth Jr. served as acting Police Chief during 2017 while Chief Tillman was attending the FBI National Academy for three months. Lieutenant Fourth Jr. was promoted to his current rank on February 25, 2017.
Michael Mondillo, Sergeant, Patrol Supervisor
Officer Michael Mondillo has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since June 2013. Officer Mondillo has served as a police explorer with the Springfield Township Police Department from 2005-2010 he also was a police cadet from 2010 until 2012 where he was the chief of the cadet program.
Officer Mondillo graduated from the police academy January 2013. Officer Mondillo has his bachelor's degree in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati.
Johsua Kelley, Sergeant, Patrol Supervisor
Officer Joshua Kelley has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since May 2013. Officer Kelley started his law enforcement career in 2003 after graduating from the Great Oak Police Academy.
Officer Kelley has worked for the College of Mt. St. Joseph Police department, Lincoln Heights Police Department and Arlington Heights Police Department. Officer Kelley was promoted to detective in March of 2015. After a short stay working in our investigative unit, Detective Kelley was promoted to Sergeant on February 25, 2017.
George F. Wells, Canine Officer
George F. Wells
Officer George F. Wells has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since 2002. Officer Wells is currently assigned to the canine division of the Woodlawn Police Division. Officer Wells and his partner Nico have won several awards for their outstanding serve.
Before coming to the Woodlawn Police Division Officer, Wells worked for the Lincoln Heights Police Department where he held the rank of corporal. Officer Wells enjoys his position as a canine trainer.
Officer Wells graduated from the Great Oaks Police Academy in 1999.
Scott D. Fetter, Lead Officer
Scott D. Fetter
Detective D. Scott Fetter has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since 2002. After graduating from the police academy in December of 1995, Detective Fetter formerly served at Lincoln Heights Police Department, Arlington Heights Police Department and Lockland Police departments.
Detective Fetter has an extensive background and training in various aspect of law enforcement including criminal investigations, basic and advanced crime scene investigation, traffic crash investigations, and forensic cellular phone investigations.
Detective Fetter is currently assigned to the Criminal Investigations Section at a detective. Prior to his career in law enforcement, Detective Fetter attended Archbishop Moeller High School and also attended the University of Akron and Miami University.
Guy Rowland, Patrol Officer
Officer Rowland has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since 2001.
Before becoming a police officer, Rowland was a member of the Ohio Army National Guard active duty. Officer Rowland attended the police academy in 1981. Officer Rowland is the division firearm instructor.
Hobbies include amateur radio. Officer Rowland currently serves as the president of the Iron Shield Motorcycle Club.
Robert Lawson, Sergeant, Patrol Supervisor
Sergeant Robert Lawson started his law enforcement career in 1996 with the Village of Arlington Heights Police Department. As a member of the Arlington Heights Police Department, Robert Lawson held various supervisory positions that included sergeant, lieutenant before coming the chief of police for nearly 8 years.
Sergeant Robert Lawson has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since October of 2010. Sergeant Robert Lawson became a supervisor with the Village of Woodlawn in the Spring of 2015. Robert Lawson was promoted to Sergeant on January 17, 2016.
Sergeant, Robert Lawson has several advanced training in the following:
*Narcotics detection and prosecution.
*Field Training Officer.
Kevin Williams, Sergeant, Patrol Supervisor
Detective Kevin Williams has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Division since May 2013. Detective Williams previously served in the Village Greenhill's, and was and auxiliary police officer for the Woodlawn Police Division in 2008.was and auxiliary police officer for the Woodlawn Police Division in 2008.
Detective Williams grew up in Woodlawn and is familiar with many of our residents. Detective Williams is looking forward to serving the community and giving back to the community that he considers home.
Detective Williams was assigned to the investigation section in September 2014. On March 15, 2015, Detective Williams was promoted to sergeant.
Nicco J. Gumino, Police Officer
Nicco J. Gumino
Officer Nicco Gumino, received his bachelor's in Criminal Justice and Psychology from the Carroll University in Wisconsin in 2014. After graduation, he moved with his wife to Cincinnati, to allow his wife to attend grad school. Officer Nicco J. Gumino graduated from Great Oaks Police Academy in 2015.
Officer Nicco J. Gumino, has always been interested in Police work. Prior to joining the Woodlawn Police Division Officer Nicco J. Gumino worked as a Police and Fire dispatcher for the City of Norwood Ohio. Officer Nicco J. Gumino also worked as an auxiliary officer for the Village of Terrace Park Ohio
Brandon Wilson, Police Officer
Graduated from Great Oaks Police Academy in August 2017. I worked auxiliary from Jan.2018 to Aug. 2018 at the Woodlawn Police Division. This is my first and only position at a police agency.
Tyra Nichols, Policer Officer
Graduated from Great Oaks Police Academy in August of 2019. Officer Nichols then began her career in law enforcement with the Village of Elmwood Place Police in June of 2020.
Shawn Wright, Policer Officer
Officer Shawn Wright, has been a member of the Woodlawn Police division since 2021.
Before becoming a Police officer, Wright attended the University of Cincinnati where he received his associate's degree in criminal justice.
After graduating from the Scarlet Oaks Police Academy in 2016. Officer Wright came to the Village of Woodlawn after working for the Great Parks Of Hamilton County as a Park Ranger.
Matthew Randolph, Police Officer
Officer Matthew Randolph moved to Ohio in 2008 from Clearwater, Florida. He graduated from the Sinclair Police Academy in 2011 and started his law enforcement career with the Perry Township Police Department.
Prior to joining the Woodlawn Police Division Officer Matthew Randolph worked as a Ranger with the Great Parks of Hamilton County and he has also worked for Xavier University and Lincoln Heights police departments.
Nicholas Arn, Police Officer
Officer Nicholas Arn, has been a member of the Woodlawn Police division since 2021.
Officer Maurice Hampton has been a member of the Woodlawn Police Department since 2003. Officer Hampton has worked in law enforcement since 2002, having held positions at several police agencies. Officer Hampton has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology from Wilberforce University and is a Hamilton County Ohio Sheriff’s Patrol Academy graduate. In addition to his direct law enforcement experience, he is also a Cybersecurity Specialist holding several industry certifications and is a regular speaker on Cybersecurity topics.
Officer Scott joined the Woodlawn Police Division as an auxiliary patrol officer in 2001. Officer Scott has also worked as a security specialist at Princeton High School from 1999-2006.
In addition to serving the community as an auxiliary patrol officer, Officer Scott is also an ordained minister for his church where he practices his faith and serves as a spiritual advisor and counselor.
Officer Scott has an Associate degree in business and a bachelor's in Communications and is a business owner in the food and catering industry. He is a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He and his wife Stephanie have 5 children and 6 grandchildren.
Officer Compres began working for the Beautiful Village of Woodlawn as an Auxiliary Officer in August of 2018 and earned a full-time position in October of 2018. Officer Compres left the village and returned in October of 2021 as a full-time officer. Officer Compres graduated from the Great Oaks Police Academy in October of 2017 as the Sergeant at arms. Prior to his career in law enforcement Officer Compres worked at two armed security agencies, which gave him valuable interpersonal and problem-solving skills.Officer Compres is Bilingual, with Spanish being his primary language, which he hopes to use to better serve the Hispanic community. Officer Compres is very happy to be working for the Village of Woodlawn!