McCordsville Police Department

  • Agency: McCordsville Police Department
  • Address: 6280 W 800, McCordsville, 46055 IN
  • Chief: Harold C Rodgers, Jr (Chief of police)
Phone: (317) 335-2812
Fax: (317) 335-2811

McCordsville Police Department is located at 6280 W 800, McCordsville, 46055 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Harold C Rodgers, Jr. The McCordsville Police Department phone number is (317) 335-2812.

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Thank you, Claudia Bost (CW3 Designs) for taking the time and effort to photograph our officers. Not pictured: Officer Trejo

***ATTENTION RESIDENTS*** Do you have an exterior video camera on your property and want to assist our department with investigating criminal activity? If you have an exterior video camera, please send us a private message through Facebook or send an email to with the following information: 1.) Your name & address 2.) Contact information such as a phone number or email This information will be of great use to our department and in return benefit our residents by helping combat criminal activity. ***Please pass this along to your neighbors and share to your neighborhood pages***

Do you want to show your support for First Responders (police, firefighters, EMTs) and Military Personnel? If you answered YES, then the perfect opportunity is here! The Exchange Clubs of Lawrence and Hancock County have teamed up with the Indianapolis Airport Authority to provide a Field of Honor display of U.S. flags dedicated to First Responders and Military Personnel. The event will be June 13 – June 17, 2018 at the Mt. Comfort Airport in Greenfield, Indiana. All proceeds from this event will be distributed to area charities. For more information, go to Share this post so we can reach as many people as possible!

Its cold outside so be sure to bundle up . Please don't forget to keep your family pets warmth in mind as well.

Special thank you to Ms. Brooke for baking cookies for our department.

Recently we have been recieving mulitple calls for a suspicious blue van in multiple neighborhoods in the area. With the assistance of Noblesville Police Department the driver of the suspicious blue van has been identified. Noblesville Police Department also confirmed that the driver of the blue van currently works for a delivery service and is delivering packages in the area. We want to thank all the citizens of McCordsville who reported the suspicious activy to our department.

Special thank you to both Rechurch and the citizens below for providing our department with donuts and cookies last Friday.

Attention Drivers: Please be aware of the new traffic control device located at the intersection of County Road 900 North and County Road 600 West.

McCordsville Police Officer Jeffrey Herber takes time out of his patrol to stop in and say hi during Bennet’s birthday outdoor birthday party. Bennet was turning 4 years old and really enjoys police cars and as luck would have it Officer Herber was more than glad to oblige Bennet’s wishes. From the smiles on everyone’s faces, it would appear that Bennet, his friends and family and Officer Herber enjoyed the festivities.

Thoughts and prayers go out to Lt. Aaron Allan's family and to our fellow brothers and sisters of the Southport Police Department.

Information only from the Town of McCordsville.

Recently we have been recieving multiple calls in regards to use of fireworks in the town limits. Below is The Town of McCordsville's town ordinance specifically to use of fireworks on or near July 4: Fireworks celebration between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and two hours after sunset on June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8 and July 9; between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 midnight on July 4 From all the officers and staff we hope everyone has a safe and Happy Independence Day!!🇺🇸️👮‍♂️

IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Friday June 9, 2017, at approximately 8:40 a.m. officers of the McCordsville Police Department were dispatched to a residence in the 9900 block of North Briarway Lane for a welfare check on a mentally disturbed male individual. While officers were responding, the information was updated that the person with mental issues had allegedly thrown a lamp at a family member and allegedly used a firearm to threaten a family member’s life. Upon McCordsville Officers’ arrival, it was reported that the male individual had possession of a firearm and had made threatening statements to a family member. The family member was able to escape the residence, fled to a neighbor’s residence and continued speaking with responding officers and the dispatch center. The family member advised officers with the McCordsville Police Department and Deputies from the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department that there were several firearms inside the residence that the male individual had access to. After multiple attempts to establish positive communications with the male subject, at approximately 9:20 a.m. the determination was made to request and activate the Hancock County Joint Tactical Team. The immediate area was evacuated; a perimeter secured and contact with the male individual was established. At approximately 10:30 a.m. the male individual surrendered himself to the Hancock County Joint Tactical Team. After surrendering to the Joint Tactical team, the individual was transported to the McCordsville Police Department and interviewed. After being interviewed by a Detective with the McCordsville Police Department, the male subject was transported to the St. Vincent’s Stress Center for mental evaluation. On June 14, 2017 charges were filed through the Hancock County Prosecutor’s Office and an active arrest warrant was issued for the male individual, identified as Tyler Halterman (29 years of age). Tyler Halterman was taken into custody on June 14, 2017 and transported to the Hancock County Jail. Tyler Halterman is currently being charged with pointing a loaded firearm (Level 6 Felony). Tyler Halterman is presumed innocent until found guilty in the court of law.

In May Hancock County (IN) will be offering a free new service to help 911 Telecommunicators and Public Safety Responders help our citizens, businesses and people who work in the community. It’s called “Smart911”. You create your own “Safety Profile” and enter as much or as little information as you want. Then if you have to call 911 we are provided with this information in the event that you cannot talk or for some other reason cannot communicate with the 911 Telecommunicator. We want to encourage people to sign up now before we go live. There is also a facility profile available for businesses, we will provide information on that as we get closer to go live.

*********ATTENTION DRIVERS********** Please pay attention to the new posted speed limit signs on West Broadway (aka: State Road 67) between County Road 750 North and County Road 700 West (aka: Carroll Road). As of February 21, 2017 the Indiana Department of Transportation changed the posted speed limit from 55 MPH to 45 MPH due to the new and upcoming traffic light. Officers will be in the area making sure that drivers are abiding by the new posted speed limit, so be sure to pass the information along.

Thanks to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #140, Deputy Mike Cushing and the support of Nine Star Communications and Methodist Hospital, the McCordsville Police Department now has another lifesaving tool in its arsenal. On February 7, 2017 the current full-time and reserve officers of the McCordsville Police Department were provided, at no local expense, the training necessary to utilize the tactical medical gear necessary to provide the officer, another officer or citizen with the lifesaving support needed during a critical circumstance.

The McCordsville Police Department is presently accepting pre-applications for the position of police officer, for the Town of McCordsville. This position is a paid position , with the hire date and compensation to be announced at a later date. All applicants wanting consideration or wanting more information on the requirements needed for employment can find those requirements at --> Departments --> Police Department. Applicants can then follow the link on the left side of the menu to "Law Enforcement Application Information". Persons wanting to obtain a "Pre-application" may do so by either going to the McCordsville Police Department or Office hours are Monday - Friday 8am - 4PM IMPORTANT: PRE-APPLICATIONS, FOR THIS PROCESS, MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN FRIDAY MARCH 3rd, 2017 AT 4:00PM. The McCordsville Police Department/ Town of McCordsville reserves the right to hold any and all applications form this process for a period of one (1) year for use in future openings. The Town of McCordsville and the McCordsville Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.

The McCordsville Police Department is now accepting applications for new reserve officers until February 28, 2017 at 4PM. This is NOT A PAID POSITION! The individual will be volunteering their time. After completing a 40 hour ILEA pre-basic class and a strict field- training program, reserve officers will be able to perform the same duties as a full time officer. Reserve officers are required to work a certain number of hours each month. While the reserve officer is in training they are expected to meet the 30 hour monthly requirement. After completing and being released from the field training program the reserve officer must then meet the 16 hour minimum requirement each month. There are requirements that must be met in order to apply to become a reserve officer. A few of the requirements include the applicant must be 21 years old, live in Hancock County or 15 linear miles of town limits, have no felony convictions, and be able to complete the monthly training requirements. For a complete list of the requirements and the application to become McCordsville Reserve Police Officer follow the link below: All fully completed applications and the required supporting documents must be turned in NO LATER than February 28, 2017, at 4PM. For any questions please email Officer Jessica Barnes at