Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

  • Agency: Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
  • Address: 50 North, Alabama Street, Indianapolis, 46204 IN
  • Chief: Paul R Ciesielski (Chief of police)
Phone: (317) 327-3811
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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is located at 50 North, Alabama Street, Indianapolis, 46204 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Paul R Ciesielski. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department phone number is (317) 327-3811.

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department News

On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, IMPD Community Engagement Office and district officers participated in "Baskets and Blues!" Officers played basketball with about 20 children with Downs Syndrome at the Irsay YMCA in Downtown Indianapolis. Joy was found in the children's laughter and smiles during the event. It will not be one soon forgotten by any who took part. #LifeIsPrecious #1City

We are always excited to hear from our good friend Coach @mikekirschner1 when he presents at the IMPD Leadership Academy. Thanks for all you do Coach! We appreciate your mentorship.

Traffic stop on far east side of Indianapolis leads to narcotics and a gun being taken off the streets of Indianapolis #ReportIt #SecureIt #PreventIt

Given recent changes to Facebook's algorithm, posts from IMPD News may not appear at the top of your News Feed. Follow the instructions below to make sure you're staying up-to-date with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department! #OneCity

Public servant with a big heart for service to his community on and off-duty. Tune in tomorrow for fb live @11:30a!

TBT: Recruit class appointed January 7, 1974. Class members: Class of 1974 - Class Moto, "It could be ugly" Front row: left to right: Instructor Roger Bair, Sgt. Ray Schmidt, Major Patton, Deputy Chief Dabner, Captain Tony Miles, Sgt. Art Kennedy Second row: Matt Mescall, Jack Simpson, Bill Lane, Kay Cook, Tom Carr, Tom Rodgers, Gary "Gus" Cole, Jeff Ritorto, Mike Price, Pam Strattan, Ron Bremen Third row: Carl Fogg, Doug Scott, Gary Miller, Kim Cissell, Tim Leffler, Teresa Deal, Mary Wilson, Norm Matthews, Jan Buse, Mark Kestler (behind Jan Buse Fourth row: Gary Harriman, Terry Boyer, Tony King, Bob Snow Keith Jones, Homer Hamer, Chuck Penniston, Roy Street Fifth row: Jay Campbell, Paul Conley, Katie Van Wye, Mary Drum, Sheriff Malcom Grass, Terry Dean, Lois Irwin Sixth row: Dave Coffman, Ray Stanley, Jim Lopossa, Mark Garriott, Brent Brown, Barry Jeffries, Steve Schultz, Steve Nolting, Tim O'connor Not shown in photo: Sgt. Tim Foley, Lt. Charles Pritchett, Officer George Bornstein, Officer John Gifford, Sgt. Tic Crofts.

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β€œGetting to know your officers” series is moving on to Day shift! We will be on North District this Friday at 11:30 a.m. for a Facebook live broadcast! You won’t want to miss your opportunity to meet Officer Michael Mack! Tune in!

Don't forget to come out for pizza and help support Zach's effort if you're on the south side! #ThankYouZach

Narcotics investigation on Southeast District leads to confiscation of two guns #ReportIt #SecureIt #PreventIt

IMPD Southeast Flex Team and Probation Officers confiscate rifle during probation sweep #ReportIt #SecureIt #PreventIt

Thank you to our friends at the Hendricks County Flyer for the coverage of the IMPD Leadership Academy. http://www.flyergroup.com/news/doing-it-right/article_e5b4cabe-12ec-5de2-8a95-048b157e5128.html

It was warm today #Indy, beautiful day for windows to be open. Now it’s time to lock em up with the #9PMRoutine! #GoodNightIndy

Remarkable story about Anthony Humbles, who is one of our PAL Club volunteers. Great article IndyStar! If you'd like to volunteer to mentor/coach Indianapolis youth, contact our Community Engagement Office 317.327.3187 #InspireTheFuture #OneCity

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#GunRant: Over the weekend, officers and detectives removed 19 crime guns from the streets of Indianapolis. No longer will they pose a risk to Indy residents. There are steps we can take to ensure that those that had possession of these guns don't get easy access to other guns... If you own a firearm, #SecureIt. Just as police officers have the responsibility of securing their firearms, as a responsible gun owner, so do you. Complicit ownership is poor ownership. Just so there is no confusion...that does not mean the firearm needs to be locked up if you are going to be carrying it or if you sleep with it on the nightstand (not recommended). What it means is, take the extra steps. If you are going to leave it in the car when you get somewhere, have it locked up securely and out of sight. It also means locking it in a secure safe that is not easily removable in your home if you're going to be gone. Criminals can't buy guns in a gun store...but they can buy stolen guns off the street or steal them from unlocked cars and homes. The IMPD strives to conduct proactive patrols in your neighborhood to reduce crime and locate those responsible for acts of violence in our community. You can help. Take action, take steps to be sure your firearm never falls into the wrong hands, whether it be a criminal or a child. Thank you for your ongoing support and efforts in helping to make Indianapolis a safer city to live, work, and play! #RantOver #PoliceCommunityPartnership

β€œMy hope and my prayer is that they go home, they’re still singing that song, it catches their parents attention, and that the parent and the child can have a meaningful conversation about gun safety because we do realize that there are a lot of guns in a lot of households,” - Officer Vincent Stewart (Community Engagement Office - Youth Services)

Q: What do you get when you violate your community corrections agreement and are found with four firearms and marijuana? A: #Arrested Stay tuned for #Nixle release... #OneLessGun #ReportIt