Lebanon Police Department

  • Agency: Lebanon Police Department
  • Address: 201 E Main St, Lebanon, 46052 IN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (765) 482-8836
Fax: (765) 482-8837

Lebanon Police Department is located at 201 E Main St, Lebanon, 46052 IN. The Lebanon Police Department phone number is (765) 482-8836.

Lebanon Police Department News

On Saturday morning, the LPD Retirees gathered at the Lebanon Police Station for their annual Retiree Breakfast. Each retiree present had spent 25 years or more in service to our City. Many "war stories" were recounted (getting better every time they were told!) and a great breakfast of bacon, eggs, biscuits, gravy, fruit, and donuts was shared. All the cooking was done by Chief Warmoth and his wife, Pam. It's a great honor to have these men gathered, serving them breakfast is our pleasure.

Detectives need help identifying the male suspect in this photo. The suspect was involved in a theft that occurred at our local Wal-Mart. It appears he left in a dark in color Chevy Equinox. If you have any information please contact Detective Spencer at 765-482-8373. Thank you for any help.

Lebanon Police need help identifying the suspects and vehicle in the photos provided. The three suspects were involved in using counterfeit money at a local store. If you have any information please contact Detective Nelson at 765-485-3022. Thank you for all your help in keeping our community safe.

The Lebanon Police Dept hosted a meeting between local law enforcement Chiefs and Indiana State Attorney General Curtis Hill yesterday. The round table discussion centered on local and regional issues. Pictured is the Attorney General along with Chief Warmoth and Captains Jim Miller and Jeff Warrick.

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Chiefs from Zionsville, Lebanon, Whitestown and Thorntown Police Departments were present at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy's graduation ceremony to support their newest Police Officers. Congratulations to LPD Officer Andrew Hampshire and to all of Boone County's newest officers.

LPD hosted a luncheon today inviting pastors and priests of our City's churches to meet with the senior Command Staff of the Department, as well as Mayor Gentry. The luncheon was interdenominational and well represented by our local clergy. This was an opportunity to discuss issues within the City and how the police and churches can partner to make Lebanon an even better place to live. Police Chief Warmoth stated, "This isn't about religion, this is about leaders within our community all working together to make Lebanon safer and better."

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Live from the LPD Training Room, an officer gets a promotion and our new K9 gets sworn-in

COME ONE COME ALL to the Lebanon Police Department for our Open House. We are located at 201 East Main Street in Lebanon, Indiana. Also we will be going LIVE on Facebook at approximately 7pm.

Have you ever passed by the Lebanon Police Station and wondered what goes on in there? Well, here is your chance to come see! TONIGHT, Wednesday, January 31st from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, the Lebanon Police Department will be having their annual Station Open House. We will open the doors and invite the community to come tour our facility. Each section of the Station will have officers on hand to speak and answer questions. We will have vehicles and equipment on display in the heated bays. There will be a K9 demo. It’s a great opportunity to get your child’s picture taken sitting behind the wheel of a police car, or wearing a SWAT vest! Even the Chief’s office will be open if you want to sit in his chair! At 7:00pm, the public is invited to our training room for two special events. First, our own Mayor Matt Gentry will be swearing in LPD’s newest member…Police K9 Anya! Second, we will be promoting Ofc. Bryan Spencer to his new position of Detective with the issuing of his Detective badge. So please come for a visit, meet Patrol Officers, Detectives, and CSI, and join us in celebration of our new members. We look forward to meeting you!

Reminder* LPD Open House is tomorrow, January 31st starting at 6:00 p.m. We hope to see you there!

Chief Warmoth spent Saturday morning at the 4H Fairgrounds with Cub Scout Pack 359. He was the Honorary Starter for their annual Pinewood Derby car races. Great job scouts!

Congratulations to LPD Chief Tyson Warmoth, winner of the William Sudbury Leader's Leader Award 2017 at the Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police 2018 Mi-Winter Conference.

*THE LPD OPEN HOUSE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED* Have you ever passed by the Lebanon Police Station and wondered what goes on in there? Well, here is your chance to come see! On Wednesday, January 31st from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, the Lebanon Police Department will be having their annual Station Open House. We will open the doors and invite the community to come tour our facility. Each section of the Station will have officers on hand to speak and answer questions. We will have vehicles and equipment on display in the heated bays. There will be a K9 demo. It’s a great opportunity to get your child’s picture taken sitting behind the wheel of a police car, or wearing a SWAT vest! Even the Chief’s office will be open if you want to sit in his chair! At 7:00pm, the public is invited to our training room for two special events. First, our own Mayor Matt Gentry will be swearing in LPD’s newest member…Police K9 Anya! Second, we will be promoting Ofc. Bryan Spencer to his new position of Detective with the issuing of his Detective badge. So please come for a visit, meet Patrol Officers, Detectives, and CSI, and join us in celebration of our new members. We look forward to meeting you!

We'd like to give a big "thank you" to Eberhard Ballistics for their generous donation to the Christmas with a Cop program. It's great to see local businesses paying it forward and giving back to the community. Eberhard Ballistics and Sporting Goods is located in Lebanon, on the south side of the Square.

Due to the winter storm forecast, the LPD Open House is being postponed. Watch this page for a new date to be announced. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch that will remain in effect from late tonight through late Friday night. Use caution and avoid unnecessary travel during those times.

We have extended the Patrol Officer application deadline until Friday, February 2, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Pick up an application Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Have you ever passed by the Lebanon Police Station and wondered what goes on in there? Well, here is your chance to come see! On Friday, January 12th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm, the Lebanon Police Department will be having their annual Station Open House. We will open the doors and invite the community to come tour our facility. Each section of the Station will have officers on hand to speak and answer questions. We will have vehicles and equipment on display in the heated bays. There will be a K9 demo. It’s a great opportunity to get your child’s picture taken sitting behind the wheel of a police car, or wearing a SWAT vest! Even the Chief’s office will be open if you want to sit in his chair! At 7:30pm, the public is invited to our training room for two special events. First, our own Mayor Matt Gentry will be swearing in LPD’s newest member…Police K9 Anya! Second, we will be promoting Ofc. Bryan Spencer to his new position of Detective with the issuing of his Detective badge. So please come for a visit, meet Patrol Officers, Detectives, and CSI, and join us in celebration of our new members. We look forward to meeting you!