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

The Boone County Toy Drive is now accepting donations of new toys. Donations can be dropped of at Lebanon Fire Department Station 11 or the Lebanon Police Department. The Boone County Toy Drive has been a annual event for the last 40 years. Myrtle Bailey (seen in the framed photo with Santa) coordinated the Boone County Toy Drive for many years and the tradition continues. (Pictured: Janet Smith, Lebanon Police Chief Tyson Warmoth, Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry, Lebanon Police Major Brad Bailey, Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen, Zionsville Fire Chief Jamie VanGorder and Lebanon Fire Chief Chuck Batts)

Lebanon Police would like to thank the many kids that stopped by to say hello and show us some awesome costumes. We hope everyone had a safe Halloween and got lots of good candy.

We at the Lebanon Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and fun Halloween. We have posted some tips for everyones safety this evening. Also we would like to add to please attempt not to use East Street from North Street to Foridice Street. As we all know this street is still under construction and we do not want to see anyone get hurt while attempting to walk East Street. Again have fun and be safe.

2017 Christmas with a Cop applications are now available. The deadline for applications to be turned in is Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. (Applications turned after the deadline will NOT be accepted.) Applications are available at the Lebanon Police Department and the Boone County Sheriff's Office.

Just a reminder that Mischief on Meridian 2017 will be on Saturday, October 28th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Learn more about Mischief on Meridian by clicking on the link below. http://www.heartoflebanon.org/events/mischief-on-meridian/

There are many great things happening at the Lebanon Police Department. On Friday, October 13, 2017, we gathered to celebrate. Officer James Newland, recent Indiana Law Enforcement Academy graduate, was sworn in as a full time patrol officer by Mayor Matt Gentry. Colleen Clark was also officially welcomed to the Department as our first ever civilian Crime Scene Technician/Evidence Room Manager. She comes to us with a wealth of training, education, and experience, and we are fortunate to have her working for our City. Officer Corey Cronk, Officer Clark Lecher, and Captain Jim Miller all received recognition for their life saving efforts in the line of duty. Major Brad Bailey presented each of them with Life Saving pins.

We would like to congratulate Officer James Newland and Officer Tyreese Griffin on their graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. After seventeen long weeks at ILEA, they will be out patrolling in the community.

Today Chief Warmoth and Major Bailey joined Boone County EMS Medic 11, Lebanon Fire Department and Boone County Arc members at Lebanon Fire Station 11 to raise awareness for Down Syndrome and to show appreciation and support for each other.

On August 7th, 2017, a sign was posted in the Lebanon Police Department showing the number of Line of Duty deaths suffered by law enforcement across our nation. On that date, 75 of our Brothers and Sisters in Blue had made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities. The sign was posted to remind officers to constantly be on guard and to not be the next "number". Sadly, October 1st, the number increased to 100. In less than 2 months, 25 law enforcement officers have been killed in the line of duty. Please take a moment today and say a quiet prayer for those lost, and for the safety of those remaining who protect our community.

Hamilton County has been getting hit with "smash and grab" type thefts to vehicles in their parks. Please remember to keep your vehicles locked, but most importantly, keep all valuables out of sight!

The tornado siren for Lebanon that just occurred was a malfunction with the system. We're currently under no threats for severe weather. Thank you and be safe.

Detectives need help identifying the suspect in these photos. The suspect was involved in a theft that occurred at our local Hardee's. If you have any information please contact Detective Nelson at 765-485-3022. Thank you for any help in protecting our city.

We've had several reports of stolen bicycles in the last few weeks, make sure to secure your bikes if they are left outside. You can come to the Lebanon Police Department during normal business hours and register your bicycle. We keep this information on file in case your bicycle is ever stolen and/or recovered. You don't need to bring the bicycle, just the information to fill out this card. There is no charge for this service.

Last chance to sign up for this Sunday September, 10th Women's Self Defense: Violence 101 seminar is tomorrow. Call 765-482-8836 during normal business hours tomorrow to save your seat. Again, this is a FREE seminar open to women 18 years of age and older. We have a few spots left, don't be left out!

It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to LPD K-9, Nico, who passed after a tragic accident this past weekend. Nico was a dual purpose K-9, trained to detect drugs as well as apprehend suspects. When Nico was not chasing after suspects and sniffing out drugs, he was at home with his handler and family. Nico was social, caring, and even seemed to be able to sense when someone needed some extra attention. He will be missed.

For those of you that have been asking for a weekend Women's Self Defense Seminar: Violence 101, here it is! Call 765-482-8836 to reserve a spot in the class. Date: Sunday, September 10, 2017 Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Where: Lebanon Police Department See flyer for more details. As always, this seminar is based upon reality. Graphic terms will be used as they are used in the real world. No one under the age of 18 will be admitted.

You'd have to be living UNDER a rock to have missed the painted rock trend here in Lebanon, Boone County, and all over! Rocks are painted, some with uplifting messages of hope, some with fun patterns and bright colors, and even fun characters. These rocks are hidden with the hope that others will find the rock and it will brighten their day. Our friend, Alex, and Officer Josh Walker have inspired each other and bonded over painted rocks. After their first meeting, Officer Walker and Alex quickly became friends. Alex recently found two rocks and gave them to Officer Walker. One was a pink rock with a heart and the word love. The second rock was a Superman rock. Officer Walker said he keeps those rocks in his squad car as a reminder of the good in this world. He decided he needed to replace the rocks he kept, so he painted some of his own. Since his job keeps him busy, Alex has volunteered to help hide some of those rocks for Officer Walker. Of course, there were also a couple of special ones just for Alex.

Dominyka and Karolina are Exchange Students from Lithuania working for Southwestern Advantage selling learning tools for children, door to door. They both have valid solicitor's permits from the Lebanon Police Department. They are excited to be here for the next week or two.

Keeping You and Your Family Safe Online: What Every Person Should Know August 23, 2017 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Lebanon High School

Check out our Events page. We have 2 more Women's Self Defense: Violence 101 seminars scheduled this month. Thursday, August 17th and Thursday, August 31st 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Call today and reserve a seat. Classes fill up fast. 765-482-8836 Remember, this seminar is based upon reality and graphic terms will be used as they are used in the real world. No one under the age of 18 will be permitted.

For Immediate Release ARMED ROBBERY INVESTIGATION At approximately 9:52 am, the Lebanon Police Department responded to an armed robbery that had occurred at the Verizon Wireless Store, located at 2415 North Lebanon Street. An employee reported that a Black male wearing a hoodie and bandanna entered the store displaying a gun. The employee was forced to open a vault and then placed on the ground at gun point. The suspect fled the store on foot with an undetermined number of cellular phones. Officers secured a perimeter around the area and a K9 was deployed. A short time later, former Lebanon Police Chief Tom Garoffolo and Lebanon School Resource Officer Albert Hendrix located a subject matching the description of the suspect in Lebanon Memorial Park. The subject was taken into custody without incident to be interviewed by investigators. It has been determined that this subject was not involved and has been released. The suspect is described as a Black male, approximately 5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing approximately 200 pounds to 220 pounds. The suspect was wearing a dark colored hoodie, blue jeans with tears in the front thigh area, and black & white tennis shoes. The suspect was also wearing a multi-colored mask during the robbery. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Lebanon Police Department. The suspect is still believed to be armed and should be considered dangerous. If you have any information please contact Detective Dickerson or Detective Nelson. Thank you

Be mentally prepared to defend yourself in the event of a criminal attack, learn tips on how to better protect your home and self, and empower yourself to fight instead of surrender. This seminar is based upon reality. Graphic terms will be used as they are used in the real world. No one under the age of 18 will be admitted. Call LPD to reserve a seat, space is limited. 765-482-8836

As of today, 75 police officer deaths have been reported in this year alone. This board, created by Sgt. Aaron Altier, now hangs in the officer's squad room at the Lebanon Police Department. It is a sad, but all too important reminder for officers to always use their tactical training and never become complacent. It is also a reminder of those who have given their lives serving their communities and fighting the good fight.

Please keep the families of Southport Police Department Lieutenant Aaron Allan and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Deputy Chief Jim Waters in your thoughts and prayers. This afternoon, Lt. Allan was shot and killed responding to a vehicle crash with injuries. Deputy Chief Waters succumbed to injuries he sustained in an off-duty crash on Sunday. RIP LT. Allen and Deputy Chief Waters

We still have a few spots available for the Violence 101 Women's Self Defense Seminar on Tuesday, August 8th from 1:00-3:30 p.m. Call and save your spot today. (Women, 18 years and older) *If this date doesn't work for you, keep watching for more dates to come.