Gaston Police Department

  • Agency: Gaston Police Department
  • Address: 107 N Sycamore Street, Gaston, 47342 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: (765) 358-4005
Fax:

Gaston Police Department is located at 107 N Sycamore Street, Gaston, 47342 IN. The Gaston Police Department phone number is (765) 358-4005.

Gaston Police Department News

As of the town board meeting last night, the Town of Gaston no longer has reserve officers. We appreciate the support the community has shown through this situation and hope you were satisfied with our services while we were able to provide them. It was our pleasure to serve and protect your community. We ask that the town continue to support the remaining full time officer as he determines the path best suited for he and his family. We also ask that the town be patient during legal proceedings and maintain peace in the community. #staysafe #979-1042

While the status of the police department is unknown, we have still made a commitment to support the Organ Trail, and we will fulfill that commitment- either as police officers or citizens. Please consider supporting us by supporting the Organ Trail the next two weekends.

The Gaston Police Department is dedicated to the safety of the citizens of Gaston, and anyone that visits our town. We spend countless hours in service, unpaid, to fulfill our oath. We will continue to do so until we are unable. Thank you for your continued support.

#support971

As strange as this may sound- there are two White and brown Havana rabbits at the police department, hanging out in the driveway. Is anyone missing a few?

Way to go Hussung!!

Wes Del schools are on lockdown while the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department investigates a threat. All students and staff are safe.

Gaston Police Department Reserves are excited to partner with Organ Trail this October to bring an amazing haunt experience to Gaston. Make sure to check them out and come see us next month !!

Rest easy brothers, we'll take it from here.

Our New Look!

Fourth of July Holiday Safety Tips. It's never too early to contemplate Fourth of July holiday safety tips. Doing so will assure that you and your loved ones have a great time on Independence Day. This Fourth of July weekend, many people will be traveling, firing up the backyard grill or enjoying fireworks, and the American Red Cross offers a series of steps everyone can follow to safely enjoy the holiday weekend. “Everyone looks forward to having fun over the Fourth of July, and the Red Cross wants to make sure people know how to stay safe while enjoying the holiday,” said Linda Carbone, Chief Executive Officer of Florida’s West Coast Region and the Tampa Bay Chapter. HIGHWAY SAFETY Millions of people will be on the highways over the Fourth of July weekend. The Red Cross offers these five things everyone should do to stay safe while traveling: 1. Buckle seat belts, observe speed limits. 2. Do not drink and drive. 3. Pay full attention to the road – don’t use a cell phone to call or text. 4. Use caution in work zones. 5. Clean the vehicle’s lights and windows to help the driver see, especially at night. Turn the headlights on as dusk approaches, or during inclement weather. FIREWORKS SAFETY The best way to enjoy fireworks is to attend a public fireworks show put on by professionals. Here are five safety steps for people setting fireworks off at home: 1. Never give fireworks to small children, and always follow the instructions on the packaging. 2. Keep a supply of water close by as a precaution. 3. Make sure the person lighting fireworks always wears eye protection. 4. Light only one firework at a time and never attempt to relight "a dud." 5. Never throw or point a firework toward people, animals, vehicles, structures or flammable materials. GRILLING SAFETY Every year people are injured while using charcoal or gas grills. Here are several steps to safely cook up treats for the backyard barbecue: 1. Always supervise a barbecue grill when in use. 2. Never grill indoors – not in the house, camper, tent, or any enclosed area. 3. Make sure everyone, including the pets, stays away from the grill. 4. Keep the grill out in the open, away from the house, the deck, tree branches, or anything that could catch fire. 5. Use the long-handled tools especially made for cooking on the grill to keep the chef safe.

We honor the more than 1 million men and women who lost their lives defending America in wars from the Revolution to today's global conflicts. We must remember forever the men and women who know all too much the cost of our freedom, for their service to this country is the greatest gift of all. Thank you for your service, for your continued dedication to this great nation and to the memory of those who have fought so bravely for it. Please have a safe Memorial Day weekend with your Family and friends. Memorial Day marks the start of the summer recreation and travel season. Be alert to the risks associated with summer activities and travel. Gaston Police Department

Memorial was beautiful!!