Greenfield Police Department

  • Agency: Greenfield Police Department
  • Address: 116 S State St, Greenfield, 46140 IN
  • Chief: Clark Mercer (Chief of police)

Greenfield Police Department is located at 116 S State St, Greenfield, 46140 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Clark Mercer. The Greenfield Police Department phone number is 317-477-4410.

Greenfield Police Department News

Snow Miser has decided winter is not quite done yet.... Hancock County is under a Winter Storm Watch from late Friday night through Saturday. A Winter Storm Watch means there is potential for significant snow, sleet or ice accumulations. . Total snow accumulations of 3-6 inches in some areas with isolated amounts of 8 inches. . Plan on difficult travel conditions. Significant reductions in visibility are possible. . Monitor local news, radio and social media for further updates and possible warnings. .

Senator Crider, Chief Rasche, Mayor Fewell, Sheriff Shepherd, Maj. Burkhart, Lt. Munden, and GFD Jason Horning helped out today for March for Meals campaign for Meals on Wheels.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for East Central Indiana including Hancock County from 8pm this evening to 2pm Wednesday. Snow accumulations in the amount of 2-4 inches are expected. . Plan on slippery road conditions with reduced visibility at times. For the latest updates monitor local news, radio and social media.

Today is a good day to practice with your family what to do in the event of severe weather.

This afternoon Sheila Baker of Comfort Quilts for Children stopped by to donate quilts for officers to give kids involved in traumatic events. Last month Eastern Hancock 4th grade donated 100 quilts to this program. Thank you Sheila Baker and all the kids from Eastern Hancock 4th grade.

With tomorrow being the first day of Spring, you need to start thinking about being weather prepared.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for North and East Central Indiana including Hancock County from 2am through 10am Saturday. The main threat will be freezing rain with wet snow accumulating up to one inch in some areas. Ice accumulations from one to two tenths of an inch are expected. Be prepared for slick roadways tomorrow and if you have to travel use caution. Monitor local news, radio and social media for updates. Be safe!

Fortville Pike between New Rd and CR 300N will be closed between April 2, 2018 to November 9, 2018 for reconstruction of the bridge over I70. This project is a complete rebuild of the bridge. . In the next few days INDOT will be placing "ROAD CLOSED ON OR AFTER APRIL 2" at Franklin Rd, New Rd, and CR 300N. . The official detour for traffic will be along New Rd and CR 300N to SR9 and back.

Good work FPD

Knightstown Daisies Troop 4224 stopped by for a tour of the Greenfield Police Department this afternoon and presented Corporal Steve McCarley with a nice thank you card for being the tour guide.

If you are going to celebrate St. Patty's Day this weekend don't count on the luck of the Irish 🍀☘️ to keep you out of jail if you decide to drink and drive. Remember: Don't drink and drive 🚫🚫🚗🍻 Use ride sharing service 🚗🚙 Have a designated driver 👱‍♂️👱‍♀️ Stay overnight with friends or at a hotel 👫🏠🏨 Be safe!

If you think you know this person either contact GPD Investigators or Muncie PD

Special Weather Statement until Tuesday, March 13 @ 6pm. There will be a brief reduction in visibility due to snow showers this afternoon. Scattered snow showers are expected this afternoon. . Visibility may drop rapidly to one quarter mile at times. A quick dusting to a few tenths of an inch may be possible. . Drivers should use caution as visibility may be reduced along with sudden changes in drive conditions.