Dillsboro Police Department

  • Agency: Dillsboro Police Department
  • Address: 13030 Executive Dr., Dillsboro, 47018 IN
  • Chief: Ryan Brandt (Chief of police)

Dillsboro Police Department is located at 13030 Executive Dr., Dillsboro, 47018 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Ryan Brandt. The Dillsboro Police Department phone number is 812-432-3033.

Dillsboro Police Department News

The Cochran family stopped by today and provided Valentines gift for Chief Brandt and Officer Cady. We are extremely lucky and blessed to serve such an amazing community. Thank you to all businesses and individuals who took time to put this together!

ATTENTION DRIVERS There has been and will be survey crews working on Highway U.S. 50 in our area. This is a reminder you must move over if possible or slow down at least 10 MPH below the posted speed limit. If you don't you commit a class B infraction. I.C. 9-21-8-35(c)(1)

We have received complaints of vehicles speeding on North Street between State Road 262 and Holland Street. To avoid seeing this in your rear view mirror please obey the speed limit which is 30 MPH in this specific area.

Please use caution while driving tonight and Friday morning. There are patches of ice on the roads.

Our 4 legged Officer is enjoying some warmth inside tonight!!

The Town is very fortunate to have these guys!!! Make sure to let them know how much you appreciate them. 28 degrees and they're 5 feet deep in hole with water.

Please use caution while driving on North Street between Front and Bank. Dillsboro utilities are working on a water main break.

This video is a little over 15 minutes long but worth watching. The biggest message I take from it is those of you in recover have to change the people around you. You have to get away from other users.


We have 7 of these still available. Drawing is this Thursday. Only 50 are being sold. $20 each. Send us a PM if you want one. Thanks for your support of our local FOP.

Come out and support 1 Voice as a Community to come together and celebrate recovery....October 25th, 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Community Park in Dillsboro. Light meal, snacks and drinks provided.

We can't begin to express how much we love serving the Town of Dillsboro and surrounding communities. Here's a couple letters Officer Cady and K9 Chevy received from students at North Dearborn Elementary School.

Please come out and help support Laughery Valley Fish & Game. They put on two Hunter Education Courses each year free of charge and have a fishing derby for the kids. Laughery Valley Fraternal Order of Police will also have a Polaris Razor 170 there that we are raffeling off to help support the Lodge. $20.00 a ticket (only 500 tickets being sold). The Lodge supports Cops and Kids program (formely known as Shop with a Cop), Scholarships to four local high schools and assist sending children to the Karl E. Kelly Memorial Youth Camp. It's all about the KIDS!!! The route will travel through Ripley, Ohio and Dearborn County.

Attention Drivers!!!! The intersection of Bank Street and Front Street is now a 4 way stop *******************************************

Please be aware of reduced speeds on Sunset Dr and North St on school days during the posted hours. Two citations have been issued this school year.

We are asking for your help identifying this individual suspected of check fraud at a local business. Any information can be directed to the the Dillsboro Police at 812-432-3033 you can remain anonymous.

Come out this evening for a great time!

Public safety announcement. A lot of schools in the area start back tomorrow. Please drive with caution and be on the look out for children getting on and off the bus, also those children who walk to school. Obey not only the warning signals and stop arms on the buses but also the speed limit. Hope everyone has a fun and safe 2017-2018 school year.

For those of you looking for painted rocks I just spotted this one. Do you know where the picture was taken to find it?

Over the last four years our K-9 unit has traveled to Tennessee for training and competition where K-9 Officer Cady has meet other handlers from five other states. One of those is Deputy Austin Wilson from the Yancey County Sheriffs department in North Carolina. Back on July 12 someone came to Deputy Wilsons home, shot and killed is K-9 partner, Chris. Today a memorial service is being held. Please keep Deputy Wilson, his family and department in your thoughts and prayers. Dillsboro Police sends our condolences. Yancey County Sheriff’s Office is sad to announce the passing of one of our canines. Chris was an eight year old Dutch Shepherd that was shot this morning at the deputy’s home in the Bald Mtn. community of Yancey County. Chris later passed away due to his injuries at the Reach Animal Hospital in Asheville. This incident occurred between the hours of 8:30 pm and 5:20 am on 7/12/2017. Chris was a beloved member of the Yancey County Sheriff’s Office for the past 7 years. The Yancey County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $5,300 award that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved.