Union City Police Department

  • Agency: Union City Police Department
  • Address: 219 S Howard St, Union City, 47390 IN
  • Chief: Kevin Perry (Chief of Police)
Phone: 765-964-5353
Fax: 765-964-7031
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Union City Police Department is located at 219 S Howard St, Union City, 47390 IN. The Chief of Police of the department is Kevin Perry. The Union City Police Department phone number is 765-964-5353.

Union City Police Department News

“Shots Fired” Call During Pursuit Lands Brothers in Jail

UCPD ARREST SEVERAL ON DRUG CHARGES

OWNER WAS LOCATED ....Found 500 blk of Division. UCI. PM if you have any info.

Hey, let's talk about a couple of our youth making us proud!!! These two fine young men are moving on to Semi-state in wrestling! Way to go Nic Wells and Braxton Wright. Keep it going guys. We are behind you all the way! #UC_Pride

Update: Owner has been found and has picked up their dog. Found- Husky picked up near UCCHS. Please contact Ordinance Officer Bernier at 765-964-5328 if she belongs to you.

Look who came to visit today! Retired K9 Dino 🐾🚓

Thank you Mrs. Wicks Pies National Pie Day! Indiana State Pie of course, Sugar Cream! Mrs. Wick's Pies & Restaurant

Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with York County Sheriff's Department, Detective Doty's family, friends, and community members.

Meet Ptl. Matthew Bernier. Ptl. Bernier has completed all necessary training to receive his certification as an Animal Control Officer. We wanted to make sure that our community was aware that we do have an Animal Control Officer, and that animal related issues should be reported to the police department. Should a loose dog be located, it is important to contact the police department. Ptl. Bernier then will have the ability to track these reports, and potentially cite the owner if this is shown to be a repeated problem. We have a new facility that we are able to house dogs until the owner can be found. We also are proud to announce that you may register your family dog or cat with us here at the Union City Police Department. You will simply just show us that your pet has received all required shots, and that they are up to date, in return you will receive a numbered identification tag that correlates with your pets name and address. A $1 fee will be assessed for those wishing to register their pets.

Our tip line is message only, so you can either text or leave voice messages. Our officers will then follow up on the tip. All information will be kept confidential. #partnership #UC_Pride

The Union City Police and Fire Departments held their own mini Biggest Loser as part of our New Year's Resolution/Get Fit Friendly Competition. The goal was to hold each other accountable through the holidays. As a combined total we had 12 participants and a total of 65.7 lbs lost! Congratulations to Logan Shoemaker on being the Biggest Loser and Tyler Hobbs on being the "almost" Biggest Loser! We look forward to continuing this in the Spring!

Thank you Citizens State Bank for all the goodies for Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Thank you for all you do in our community as well.

To all UC Officers, I want to thank you for a very good year this year. It is an honor to serve with all of you. Each of you have given your all for God, family and UC. I wish each of you the happiest and merriest Christmas ever. Be sure to get in some family time and again I thank you all for your service. Chief Wells Union City, IN Police Deparment

Holiday Heroes 2017- Another successful holiday season. Thank you to everyone who volunteered, donated items, donated toys, and helped get in the Christmas Spirit! Union City Indiana Fire Department Union City Ohio Police Department Union City, Ohio Fire & Rescue

2017 Officer of the Year- Tyler Hobbs 2017 Firefighter/EMT of the Year- Tim Puccini Thank you to all our Patrolman, EMTs, and Firefighters for a successful, productive year!

A special thanks to citizen Shelly Ervin for these handmade stockings for our Holiday Heroes Program! The kids are going to love them- with Police Chief Cobie Wells and Fire Chief Steve Shoemaker