Anderson Police Department

  • Agency: Anderson Police Department
  • Address: 1040 Main St., Anderson, 46016-1746 IN
  • Chief: Darron Sparks (Chief of police)
Phone: 765-648-6700
Fax: 765-648-6784

Anderson Police Department is located at 1040 Main St., Anderson, 46016-1746 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Darron Sparks. The Anderson Police Department phone number is 765-648-6700.

Anderson Police Department News

The APD Trunk or Treat will be Friday, October 27th from 6p-8p, at Dickmann Town Center across from the Paramount Theatre. A safe and fun way for the kids to have a great Halloween.

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It's Time For The Anderson Police Department's 2017 Citizen's Academy! If you are interested in participating this year, please see the posted flyer for details! Hope to see you there!!

Everyone Welcome to come to the Nazarene Block Party Hosted by the Anderson Police Department Community Police Officers!

If you know anyone who might benefit from this program, please give us a call!

The Anderson Police Department would like to thank everyone who shared the post regarding Jermaine Hood. He was arrested in Anderson on August 7th. THANKS!!!

Jermaine Hood has an active warrant for Robbery in connection to the Lampco Federal Credit Union bank robbery located at 525 E. Hartman Rd. in Anderson. Jermaine Hood is a male/black 5-7 170 and is 22 years old. If you have any information on his whereabouts please contact Detective Jake Brooks at 765-648-6655, Crime Stoppers at 765-649-8310, or the APD facebook page.

The Anderson Police Department is hosting another block party at Belmont Park, 2011 W. 29th St., from 11a-2p, on August 5th. Don't miss out on all the fun and bring your family!

The Anderson Police Department encourages anyone currently utilizing the Nextdoor App to ALSO monitor our Facebook page to share information. This is an excellent way for everyone to stay informed of events as well as criminal incidents happening in your area of town.

THEFTS FROM VEHICLES ON SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN! Information: Residents on the south part of town, specifically the south east & the areas of 38th St/Hamilton Pl/Burton Pl/Forrest Ter, should be alert to suspicious activity that may be related to vehicle break ins. We are experiencing high numbers of break ins to unlocked vehicles in these areas during the past few days. Other areas of concern are: Columbus Av/Mellen Dr/Oaklawn Dr/St Charles/Charles/Jaysue/Elva/LaRue/Malibu and Scatterfield Rd. One possible suspect seen is described as a Male White, wearing a white ball cap and carrying a Backpack. PLEASE BE ALERT TO ANY SUSPICIOUS PERSONS OR VEHICLES IN YOUR AREA BETWEEN THE HOURS OF MIDNIGHT AND 6AM. We encourage you to use outdoor lighting to illuminate the area where your vehicles are parked AND PLEASE LOCK YOUR DOORS!! If you see anything suspicious, call 911. If you have information pertaining to an existing case, please call the BURGLARY THEFT UNIT at 765-648-6742. Be safe.

Please share this post if you know a senior that could benefit from this wonderful program.

Assistant Chief Warren working hard at the grill!! Come down to Jackson Park and get a hamburger or hot dog.

Mayor Broderick, Eva Flores, and Officer Dulworth enjoying the beautiful day at the APD Jackson Park block party

Chief Watters showing the kids the police motorcycle!!

Zumba just broke out at the Jackson Park block party!!

Kids enjoying the bounce house!

Beautiful day at Jackson Park!! Come out and join the fun!!

Our crime watch volunteers hard at work supporting their neighborhood and community.

Don't forget the Jackson Park block party today from 11a to 2p, grab a hot dog or burger. Plus obstacle course and bounce house for the kids!!!

APD Block Party this Saturday, at Jackson Park from 11am to 2pm!! Everyone welcome!!

There has been some concern from residents regarding individuals soliciting for an energy company; some have expressed that is might possibly be a scam. The company, Homewise Energy Solutions, is a legitimate company and they have their solicitation permit. They are a 3rd party energy consulting firm that represent several utility companies. If you aren't interested ask them to leave. If they persist and won't leave your property please contact the non-emergency line, 648-6775, or dial 911 and an officer will come out and speak to them.

The monthly meeting for the Downtown Neighborhood Crime Watch Group is Tuesday 05/23/17. The meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church at 230 w. 9th Street at 6 p.m. This month Officer Marty Dulworth will be putting on a K-9 demonstration for the group. If you live downtown or on the near west side of town please feel free to attend it is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and find out what is going on in your neighborhood. For more information about Neighborhood Crime Watch in your area please call 765-648-6674.