Greentown Police Department

  • Agency: Greentown Police Department
  • Address: 112 N Meridian St, Greentown, 46936 IN
  • Chief: Jeff Bennett (Marshal)
Phone: 765-628-3434

Greentown Police Department is located at 112 N Meridian St, Greentown, 46936 IN. The Marshal of the department is Jeff Bennett. The Greentown Police Department phone number is 765-628-3434.

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The Greentown Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Reserve Deputy Marshal. The Reserve unit is an unpaid volunteer program that assists the Police Department with patrol and special details. This position includes numerous responsibilities including patrol, crime investigations, community relations, and enforcement of town ordinances. Successful applicants must be self-motivated, be able to multi-task, detail oriented, and an effective communicator. Applicants must be 21 years of age at the time of appointment, a High School or GED graduate, and possess a valid Indiana driver's license. Application deadline is May 15, 2018 at 12:00 P.M. All notifications related to this hiring process will be conducted via e-mail so applicants must maintain an active e-mail account . For more information contact Marshal James Skinner via email at to obtain an application.

Thanks to the men and women of the Howard County Central Dispatch.

Happy Easter from the Greentown Police Department.

Merit Deputy hiring Howard County Sheriffs Department.

The National Weather Service continues to predict freezing rain overnight Friday into Saturday morning. The area of freezing rain should be near and north of a New Castle to Anderson to Lafayette line. Ice accumulation of .10" or more is possible, mainly on trees and grassy areas. However some slick spots could develop on untreated overpasses. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for counties to the north of a Kokomo and south of US 30. Wet snow of up to an inch and ice accumulations of up to .2" are expected.

Shared from the Sharpsville Police Department.

The Greentown Police Department will be testing the tornado sirens on March 20 at 1015 AM and 735 PM as part of the severe weather preparedness week. In event there is severe or inclement weather it will be rescheduled for March 21. This tornado test drill will ensure that the statewide Indiana EAS network is operating properly and is ready to be used in event of a Tornado Warning in the area.

Keys tuned in today that were found near the recycling bins at the fairgrounds.

Lt. Mike Andry Memorial Ride July 21, 2018.

Deputy Pickett made the ultimate sacrifice.

A thoughts and prayers are with the Boone County Sheriffs Office.

Congratulations Lady Tigers on winning state!

9 PM Routine.

Check out our twitter page @GreentownP

MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday January 23, 2018 Police Investigate Voyeurism Case This press release is a summary of the facts known at this time. This incident is actively being investigated and the information contained in this press release is subject to change. Additional details will be released as they become available. On Sunday, January 14, 2018, at approximately 3:50 p.m., officers from the Greentown Police Department and the Howard County Sheriff’s Department responded to 9011 E. 00NS at Casey’s General Store for a report of a phone found in the women’s restroom. Officers arrived on-scene and made contact with the store clerk in regards to the found phone. Officers conducted an initial investigation and were able to identify a suspect. During this investigation it was revealed that the suspect had placed a cell phone in the women’s restroom under the sink and was videotaping patrons. At this time all of the information was forwarded to the Howard County Prosecutor’s office for charges to be filed. A warrant request for the charge of Voyeurism IC 35-45-4-5 in still pending. This case remains under investigation.

The National Weather Service has placed Howard County in a Winter Weather Advisory area from 10 pm tonight until Monday at 1 pm. A mix of freezing rain and snow is expected and will make travel conditions difficult during the morning commute on Monday. Total wet snow accumulations of up to two inches and ice accumulations of around one tenth of an inch are expected. The mixed precipitation is expected to begin to overspread the area between 7 pm and midnight. Tonight the winds will be out of the south 15 to 17 mph with gusts as high as 24 mph. Monday the wind will shift to the west 11 to 16 mph with gusts to 23 mph