Noblesville Police Department

  • Agency: Noblesville Police Department
  • Address: 135 S 9th St, Noblesville, 46060 IN
  • Chief: Kevin R Jowitt (Chief of police)
Phone: (317) 776-6340
Fax: (317) 776-6388

Noblesville Police Department is located at 135 S 9th St, Noblesville, 46060 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Kevin R Jowitt. The Noblesville Police Department phone number is (317) 776-6340.

Noblesville Police Department News

We have some sad news to share. K9 Ika has served NPD and the community alongside his partner Ofc. Jerry Fenimore for 9 years. They are responsible for hundreds of drug arrests, criminal apprehensions and countless hours spent educating the public about police K9s. In the past several months, Ika's health has declined and recently K9 Ika was diagnosed with cancer. A scan was completed and we discovered the cancer had spread to multiple locations in his body. Over the past few weeks, K9 Ika's health has suffered to the point where he no longer has quality of life. K9 Ika has served his community and police department well. On June 3rd the decision was made to relieve k9 Ika from his suffering. Please keep Ofc. Fenimore in your thoughts and prayers doing this difficult time.

Does this dog belong to you? This handsome and very well-behaved Rottweiler was found in the area of the Speedway Gas Station at 1999 Conner Street at approximately 7:30pm this evening. He had no tag on his collar, nor did he have a micro-chip. He's very nice and even responds to commands. He was taken to the Hamilton County Humane Society.

There’s no trouble at Kroger today. That’s just us accepting food from some fantastic people who are donating food to a very worthy cause! #packthecruiser #noroomforprisoners

Could you get something at the store for us? We’re asking for a friend! Officers will be at the Noblesville Kroger stores Saturday, June 2nd, accepting food donations for the Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank to support the summer lunch programs for children in Noblesville while they’re on summer break. We’ll be “packing our cruisers” with as many donations as we can get tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. #packthecruiser #noroomforprisoners

Joselyn Karnes got a special ride to school today. A result of a fundraiser for the Promise Road Elementary PTO, Ofc Ferguson picked up Joselyn at home this morning and drove her to school today. Of course, she had to try on some equipment and sit behind the wheel too.

As Noblesville West Middle School students go back to school today, the school resource officer pulled in to his normal spot and here’s what he found. We hope you guys have a great day today. We’re all here if you need us! #noblesvillestrong

The students at Promise Road Elementary were very excited that we got to hang out with them today. They smiled, waved, shook our hands, asked questions, gave us hugs and many told us they wanted to be police officers when they grew up. Some even drew us pictures!

It’s very reasonable to be nervous about going back to school tomorrow for Noblesville Schools students after the events on Friday. In hopes of making it a little easier for them, in addition to our awesome school resource officers, NPD will have officers at every elementary, and middle school as well as Noblesville High School from tomorrow through Friday to offer students, teachers, parents and staff some reassurance that we are doing as much as we can to put them at ease as they finish the school year. Tell your student to look for us. We’ll be there.

Missing a paddleboard? We might have it! One washed up on shore this morning. If you can describe it and/or provide a picture of it, we can hopefully get it back to you. Ask for Ofc. Fry at (317) 773-1300

During National Police Week we had several letters, pictures and drawings sent to us by students. They put smiles in our faces to know how appreciated we are. Here are some of the things that we received. Thank you!!

Next Friday, officers and staff with the Noblesville Police Department will participate in the Special Olympics Torch Run. NPD has been a part of this run for several years. This is a photo of officers from the Torch Run in 2001. #tbt

Det Mike Hargrove was invited to talk to Mrs Abbey Bennett’s class today at Noblesville East Middle School. Det Hargrove, a crime scene investigator, talked about fingerprinting, DNA, bloodstain pattern analysis, forensic entomology and several other forensic practices. The 8th graders are in a medical detectives class and learned about how we process crime scenes.

Today all supervisors and members of the command staff met to discuss the short term and long term strategic plans for the Noblesville Police Department. There were dozens of years of experience in law enforcement and leadership in the room that led to some great discussions on the future of the department. #alwaysplanningfortomorrow

The love keeps coming! Aspen Creek Grill of Noblesville provided lunch to the day shift officers today. Not a bad way to start their weekend! Thank you Aspen Creek Grill!! We appreciate it! #nationalpoliceweek

Last night, Copper Still Kitchen and Bar in Noblesville provided dinner for night shift officers for National Police Week. Thank you so much for your support! Dinner was great! #nationalpoliceweek

Thanks to Simon Malls at Hamilton Town Center for providing lunch to our day shift officers for National Police Week. They didn’t last long! #nationalpoliceweek

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. Patrolman Francis Castor (July 28, 1948) Noblesville Police Department On the evening of July 28th, 1948 at approximately 8:30 pm, the City of Noblesville and Noblesville Police Department tragically lost one of their own in a motorcycle accident on the north side of Forest Park. Patrolman Francis W. Castor, 28, was on duty at the time of the accident operating a department issued motorcycle. It is believed that Patrolman Castor was possibly chasing a speeding vehicle just prior to colliding into the rear of another automobile. Patrolman Castor was thrown from the motorcycle and suffered severe injuries to his head and neck. Patrolman Castor passed away before arriving at the hospital. The speeding vehicle was never located. Patrolman Castor was hired by the Noblesville Police Department on July 16th, 1948. He had only been with the department for twelve (12) days prior to his death. Patrolman Castor was buried in the Prairie Baptist Cemetery and he left behind a wife, Mrs. Mildred (Lavely) Castor; his mother, Mrs. Effle Castor and six sisters. The couple had no children of their own. Prior to joining the Noblesville Police Department, Patrolman Castor served three (3) years with the 13th Air Force, serving in Africa and the India, Burma, China theater. The City of Noblesville and the Noblesville Police Department honor the memory of Patrolman Castor each year in the third week of May during National Peace Officer's Memorial Week. Patrolman Castor's name is inscribed on the National Memorial Wall located in Washington, DC on Panel 26E, Line 8.

Thank you to Dairy Queen on Pebble Village Lane and Primanti Brothers on Cabela Pkwy for bringing us lunch for National Police Week! We’re feeling the love! #nationalpoliceweek

A big THANK YOU to Riverwalk Commons for hosting us today for the start of National Police Week! Our officers were treated to coffee, donuts, and the opportunity to swap stories with the residents.

Do you have any children who would like to have "Lunch with the Law" at the Food Truck Fridays during summer break on June 8th, 22nd, July 13th or 27th? Bring them to Federal Hill Commons and we'll have officers there. They can ask questions, get stickers, see police cars, etc.👮‍♂️❤️🍗🍔🚚 #foodtruckfridays #lunchwiththelaw

April, 2011 – Ofc. Pittman talks about water safety and the Dippy Dog program to students at Noble Crossing Elementary School. Ofc. Pittman would go to every elementary school to talk to kids about the dangers of ponds, rivers and streams and to always have a parent or trusted adult with you when you went swimming. #tbt

Thanks to all that participated in the Hazel Dell Bike-to-School Event from the Hazel Dell Woods subdivision!!

This guy was found near 37/Greenfield Ave. He listens to commands and is very friendly. If he is yours he’ll be housed safely at the Humane Society!