Thorntown Police Department

  • Agency: Thorntown Police Department
  • Address: 101 W Main St, Thorntown, 46071 IN
  • Chief: Matt Hankins (Town Marshal)
Phone: 765-436-7677
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Thorntown Police Department is located at 101 W Main St, Thorntown, 46071 IN. The Town Marshal of the department is Matt Hankins. The Thorntown Police Department phone number is 765-436-7677.

Thorntown Police Department News

Good Morning Thorntown! We would like to invite every one of our town's Trick or Treaters to attend our "Night Out on Main Street" , October 31st event starts at 7pm following the contest and ends at 9pm. Halloween night of course! Following the Halloween Parade and Costume Contest Thorntown officers will be handing out cards at the Thorntown Police Department to each Trick or Treater. On these cards are all of the participating Main St. businesses and orginizations. Stop by each of these businesses, collect your treat and get your card marked. Once you have visited each place and your card is completed, return to the Thorntown Police Department for a hotdog, chips and a drink courtesy of the Knights of Pythias and your Thorntown Police. The goal of this event is to: -keep everyone safe by staying in groups, well lighted areas and under supervision of many -have kids explore downtown Thorntown -feed the Trick or Treaters something other than candy (See, we've even taken care of dinner for you!) -engage the youth and our officers together in community outreach to further promote a safe and secure place to live -promote our downtown businesses and what they have to offer We would like to thank all of our participating businesses and the Knights of Pythias for their donations and efforts throughout the event! There are many other businesses around Thorntown that were unable to participate in this event simply due to location. We are already looking at a way to involve them next year. Please consider visiting the other businesses and houses around town. Stay Safe Thorntown!

We are looking for a couple persons to volunteer to assist Thorntown Police Department in the office, mornings M-F. Light office and answering phone. Background check will be at our expense, maybe a reserve officer position in time. If interested please email CV or resume to rvoils@Townofthorntown.com

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Press the button to speak live to a TPD Officer!!! If we are not on a call we can answer your questions. If you have an emergency please call 911, non emergency 482-1412. Let us know what you think!

It’s foggy, please turn on your HEADLIGHTS, not so you can see, but so you will be seen and stay alive

Anyone know this dog or owner?

Thank you all who donated, if anyone else would like to donate, we will continue to assist these Vets in need. Diabetic socks are a need as well

Happy Festival Thorntown! It's that time of year again. Now that The Festival of the Turning Leaves is here, we wanted to reach out to everyone and remind you about 12 safety tips and a few ways YOU can help us all this weekend! 1. NO on street parking where indicated. Especially on the parade and detour routes. We are expecting a huge turnout of visitors and need to keep the streets clear for traffic and for emergency personnel. This is critical for a safe and successful festival. Any violators will have citations issued and the vehicles may be towed at the owners expense. 2. Drink plenty of water. Don't be the next victim of the heat. Make sure kids and the elderly are also drinking plenty. Consider offering water at your booths and garage sales. 3. When your sales and booths close, there is no reason for strangers to continue to shop. Especially overnight. Call in anything suspicious. We will have multiple officers on duty round the clock to handle these calls! 4. Ask your visitors to pull off the roadway to keep the streets clear. This includes your garage sale shoppers! 5. Consider using the elevator for parking for your visitors and out of towners. This lessens the vehicles packed onto crowded roads. 6. During the parade, please keep everyone safe and away from floats. 7. When the parade route shuts down, it opens for no one except for emergency vehicles. You must follow instructions by staff and signs or tape along the route. 8. Curfew will be enforced. Please have all kids home by 11p or earlier. This lessens suspicious people calls and keeps everyone safe and having a nice festival. 9. No one should be on Fire Department grounds during the fireworks display. Please keep East of West St. for viewing fireworks Friday night. Anyone on the grounds will halt the display. 10. Medical services will be staged across from the utilities office on Main St. Don't hesitate to go get checked out if needed. Keep an eye on children and elderly as well. Take them if they are acting or looking different. 11. Dogs must be restrained by leash when walking. Any loose dogs will be held and citations will be issued to owners. This is for everyone's safety including your dogs. 12. Above all else. Stay safe and have fun! Swing by the Police Department or stop any of us if needed or if you just want to meet your local officers! These tips are just a few ways that you can help keep everyone safe! Our number one goal is for everyone to return home the same way they left only happier and maybe a little tired. Stay Safe Thorntown!

Good Morning Thorntown! Please avoid the area of SR. 47 and Elm Swamp Road as 47 is closed in both directions due to a crash. It is currently unknown how long the closure will last. Please seek alternate route. Stay Safe Thorntown!

Slow down and move over for emergency vehicles!

Hope Everyone heard the sirens

Good Afternoon Thorntown! Please come out and support our local Thorntown Sugar Creek Fire Department on their Annual Fish Fry Fundraiser this Saturday August 19th from 4p to 8p! Don't forget to like their new Facebook page while you are there! Stay Safe Thorntown!

We captured a large black and brown dog today. No collar. No tags. If you are missing yours please let us know.

Good Afternoon Thorntown! In partnership with the Lebanon Papa Johns Pizza and Indiana State Police, Thorntown Police Department will be hosting a fundraising event in downtown Thorntown selling Papa Johns Pizzas tonight. 30% of all sales go toward the 2 departments. 15% to the ISP summer Kids Camps and 15% to the Thorntown Police Department. The Papa Johns trailer will be parked in front of the Police Station at 107 West Main Street. Take a break from cooking tonight and come out to help support your local and State police! 5p to 8p Get Hungry and Stay Safe Thorntown!

Ledger folks, for tonight

Hero day at the Thorntown Park!

What is FREE, in the low 70°s, a great family experience and right here in town? Tonight's Movie Night at the park! The Thorntown Park Board has invited us to be part of the festivities and we want to help spread the word! Please bring the entire family out tonight- young and ones full of wisdom for the festivities and a viewing of the Lego Batman movie. The festivities start at 6:30 this evening with the Thorntown Police Department, Thorntown Fire Department, and Witham EMS. Shortly prior to the movie there will be a huge water balloon event. Come try out your skills as a firefighter and try to man a hose line. Check out our Patrol cars and meet some of our local deputies. Check out the local Witham ambulances and meet a few of our EMTs. Shortly followed by a huge water balloon event with over a thousand water balloons! The entire event is free but donations are appreciated and they will go towards the Thorntown Park. You may purchase food at the Little League concession stand. Hope to see you there! Stay Safe Thorntown!