Fairfield Police Department
Lt. Haddix oversees the Criminal Investigations Section, the Crime Prevention Section, and the Juvenile Diversion Program. His primary responsibilities are to ensure that reported crimes are investigated thoroughly and efficiently, to use crime analysis techniques to identify emerging crime trends and develop problem-solving strategies to address criminal activity, and to identify persons responsible for repeated criminal acts and ensure that they are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Lt. Haddix served as the Fairfield Police Department's Operations Commander from 1999-2008, and he has previously worked as a criminal investigator and patrol shift commander. Lt. Haddix has also worked as a corrections officer and traffic safety officer for the Butler County Sheriff’s Office from 1980-1982, and he has previously served as an instructor at the Butler County Peace Officer Training Academy.
Lt. Haddix obtained his Bachelor and Masters of Science degrees from the University of Cincinnati, and he is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership College (PELC). Lt. Haddix earned his MS degree after completing a research project on racial profiling during traffic stops and was the police department's liaison with the University of Cincinnati during their 2008 Traffic Stop Study of the Fairfield Police Department. This study has served as a comparison measure for the annual traffic stop reviews conducted internally by the Fairfield Police Department.