Plainfield Police Department

  • Agency: Plainfield Police Department
  • Address: 1075 W. Main St., Plainfield, 46168 IN
  • Chief: Jeff Mitny (Chief of Police)
Phone: 317.838.3565
Fax: 317.838.3714

Plainfield Police Department is located at 1075 W. Main St., Plainfield, 46168 IN. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Mitny. The Plainfield Police Department phone number is 317.838.3565.

Plainfield Police Department News

Former Plainfield Police Commissioner Jack Burlison has been presented the "Order of the Van Buren Elm" byTown Council President Robin Brandgard. Mr. Burlison retired this year after having served as a Plainfield Police Commissioner for 23 years.

Indiana native Ashley Hinshaw-Grace filmed a short movie titled “Hunter Gatherer” at several locations in Hendricks County in August of 2017. Lieutenant Kyle Prewitt of the Plainfield PD was contacted regarding a small role in the film and was given authorization to participate. The 13 minute short film was released at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival where Hinshaw-Grace was awarded Best Director of a Short Film and was most recently included in the Berlin Lift-Off Film Festival. “Hunter Gatherer” focuses on the impact drug abuse has on children and families.

ATTENTION: Please be advised that Bowen Engineering will be closing a portion of Bradford Road from just west of Raceway Road to just east of Thornbro Dr. starting on Monday, February 19th. Crews are expected to reopen the roadway by the end of business on Friday, February 23rd. The purpose of the closure is to install a deep sanitary sewer main.

The Plainfield Police Department would like to welcome our five newest Police Officers! They were all recently sworn in by the Honorable Judge James Spencer at a ceremony attended by friends, family and other officers. Pictured from left to right, the officers are: Cole Wuest, Amanda Kohlhepp, Nick Wennen, Patrick Tucker and Josh Jellison.

Congratulations to Chief Darel W. Krieger for 35 years of dedicated service with the Plainfield Police Department! Chief Krieger was presented his award from Police Commissioner John Anderson.

US 40 Fifteen minute Closures scheduled in Hendricks County Tomorrow HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announce U.S. 40 traffic will be stopped for approximately15 minutes tomorrow on Tuesday, February 6 beginning after 8 a.m. Hendricks Power will be stringing new power lines across U.S. 40 between County Road 200 and 350 West. There will be numerous times traffic will be stopped for the operation. Motorists are encouraged to seek an alternate route. INDOT reminds motorists to follow the posted work zone speed limit, use caution and consider worker safety when traveling through a construction zone.

Reserve Sergeant Mike Corcoran has received the Silver Star! The Silver Star for Merit is awarded to an employee of the Plainfield Police Department for exceptional meritorious service or outstanding heroism during the normal course of duty. On 8/4/2017 Plainfield officers were notified of a building fire at the Budget Inn/6023 Gateway Dr. Several officers responded to assist the Plainfield Fire Department. One of the officers was Sergeant Mike Corcoran and he was the first officer on scene. When he arrived on scene he located the fire, which was on the second floor. After Sgt. Corcoran discovered where the fire was he immediately went upstairs and began evacuating the occupants of each room. In the process of evacuating sleeping occupants, Sgt. Corcoran continued to get closer to the ’Hot Zone’ in the attempt to evacuate people. He entered in several smoked filled rooms and he was able to lead people out, and in the process, he saved people’s lives. He entered the hotel rooms, putting his life and health at risk. After he was able to get people evacuated, he had to be seen by the EMT’s for smoke inhalation. Due to Sergeant Corcoran’s actions on that night, the lives of many may have been saved due to his quick actions. Even though there was a great amount of fire in the room, he continued to evacuate people, risking his own life and health. His actions that night reflect highly upon himself as an officer, the Plainfield Police Department, and the Town of Plainfield. Congratulations Sgt. Corcoran for your selfless actions on that day! (Photo is of Sgt. Mike Corcoran receiving his award from Capt. Jill Lees)

Do you know someone who has lost money to a scam in which they sent their payment through a Western Union wire transfer? If the transfer was made between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017, they can now file a claim through the FTC to get their money back. Claims must be submitted by Feb. 12, 2018.

Plainfield officers took another report of counterfeit money this afternoon at Kroger at approximately 2:45pm. If you recognize this subject in the photo please contact PPD at 317-839-8700.

As part of a current investigation the Plainfield Police Department is attempting to identify the person in this picture. If you have any information or know the identity of the person in the photo, please contact Officer Jason Calloway at

Last week Judge Dan Zielinski conducted a swearing-in ceremony for the Plainfield Police Department Board of Police Commissioners. Two new Commissioners were appointed by the Town Council, Jerry Steward and Joy Philip. Commissioner John Anderson is pictured and also took the oath. Mr. Anderson was voted in as the new board president.

This evening Plainfield officers have taken reports of someone passing counterfeit bills at Plainfield businesses. The subject in the photo was identified by surveillance video. No vehicle information was obtained. If you can identify this possible suspect or have any information about this case please call PPD at 317-839-8700.

Congratulations to Officer Ryan Salisbury! He has served the Plainfield Police Department for 10 years! Officer Salisbury is pictured with Captain Jared McKee.

Congratulations to Sergeant Nathan Nolin! He has served the Plainfield Police Department for 10 years. Sgt. Nolin is pictured with Captain Jared McKee.

Congratulations to Officer Gregg Bergesen!!! He has served the Plainfield Police Department for 25 years!!! He is pictured with Captain Jared McKee.

Plainfield PD would like to express sincerest gratitude for all the cards, Christmas treats and well wishes from the public and local businesses. A special thanks goes out to Fish Window Cleaning Service for cleaning windows at PPD today. We truly appreciate the support and wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season!!!

PLAINFIELD PD - CALEA RE-ACCREDITATION - DECEMBER 10-12 The Plainfield Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program to achieve re-accreditation by verifying it meets professional standards. Administered by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), the accreditation program requires agencies to comply with state-of-the-art standards in four basic areas: policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services. This re-accreditation assessment will be held December 10 through December 12, 2017. The Plainfield Police Department was originally accredited in March, 1997. Of CALEA’s 189 standards, the Plainfield Police Department will attempt to show compliance with 162 applicable standards. As part of the on-site assessment, agency employees and members of the community are invited to offer comments to the assessors at a public information session Monday, December 11, 2017 at 5:30 P.M. held in the Plainfield Town Court located in the Plainfield Police Headquarters at 1075 W. Main Street, Plainfield, or by calling (317) 372-9581 on Monday, December 11, 2017 between the hours of 1:00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M. Telephone comments are limited to 10 minutes and must address the agency’s ability to comply with CALEA’s standards. A copy of the standards is available for review at the Plainfield Police Department by contacting Captain Jill Lees. Anyone wishing to submit written comments about the Plainfield Police Department’s ability to comply with the standards for accreditation may send them to the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., (CALEA), 13575 Heathcote Blvd., Suite 330, Gainesville, Virginia, 20155.

In response to recent inquiries, the Plainfield Police Department issues the following statement: On November 1, during a training session, a dispute occurred between two police officers, Captain Carri Weber and Captain Scott Arndt. Captain Arndt was suspended for conduct unbecoming a Plainfield Police officer for two days without pay. Captain Weber has been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation for conduct unbecoming an officer, regarding not only this incident but her disciplinary history in the last six months, as per the police department’s progressive disciplinary process. The Board of Police Commissioners is expected to render a decision regarding this personnel matter this week. The Town of Plainfield is proud to be an inclusive community and hopes the resolution of this matter reflects our community values.

The current PPD application process will close on Friday, December 15th so please apply prior to that date. If you have any questions, please contact Captain Jill Lees at 317-754-5314.

Here is another video showing a package theft in Saratoga. Contact PPD if you have any information on this case - 317-839-8700 Here is the Youtube link for a package theft on Ironwood Dr. Again, please contact PPD if you have any information on this case.

The Plainfield Police Department has been investigating recent package thefts from porches in Saratoga over the past week. This video captures the package stolen in the Homestead neighborhood of Saratoga. Any information/identification of the subject in the video, please contact the Plainfield Police Department at 317-839-8700.

Please come to the Community Outreach Night on Tuesday, November 14th at the Plainfield Recreation and Aquatic Center. Several informational booths as well as free food and kids games will be featured at the event!