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

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

This fun guy was picked up at the ball diamonds. Charged with theft of the ball during the games 🙂 If he belongs to you or you know who he belongs to, please have them contact Animal Control Officer.

Thank you for the gift of detailing one of our cruisers. Looks great!

Just a reminder...hosting parties allowing underage drinking is illegal in Indiana. During this period where many are celebrating graduations, don't ruin a good memory with a trip to jail.

Found this little guy running loose with a leash attached. Found near Debolt Ave. If he belongs to you or you know who he belongs to please contact the Union City Police Department Animal Control. Appears to be a young mixed breed puppy.

What a very cool gift our officers received today! Members from the SADD group at the Union City Jr/Sr High School presented officers treats in honor of #PoliceWeek2018. @UC_Principal @UC_Athletics #UCpride @RESC_SRO https://t.co/a5HVECHBiQ

Thank you Randolph County 911.


Thank you Tribute Funeral Home for lunch & Ted Leahey at Preservation Society for dessert; obviously dessert didn’t make it to pictures 🙂 Officers are being spoiled on National Police Week. What a great community we serve in!

NEWS FLASH- The Iron Sharpens Iron Police and Fire Youth Camp has limited spots available! There are 10 boy spots and 3 girl spots left to fill! The first 10 boy and the first 3 girl applications received will be selected! Applications need to be turned into Ms. Harter at Northside Elementary!....

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Terre Haute Police Department.

ATTENTION: The Union City Police Department as always is out and about patrolling your neighborhood. While doing so, officers will be looking for public nuisance properties. Especially those with an accumulation of trash and rubbish and excess yard waste. We are asking that you be kind to your neighbor and keep your property cleaned up. To report a violation, call the police department or PM us on here. 1-765-964-5328.

We have received positive feedback in regards to this speaker. Many students talked about this after school. Sounds like Mr. Chalmers did a great job at connecting with the students; more than your typical presentation speaker. Thank you for coming to Union City! https://www.earlybirdpaper.com/nationally-accredited-author-educates-uc-students-staff-about-why-teens-kill/

Our Thin Blue Line family continues to grow! Congratulations Sergeant Shoemaker and Makayla on welcoming a Baby Grayson. 722 1/4 💙👮🏼

Male Lab picked up in 1100 Block Oak St. very friendly. If he belongs to you please contact the police department. And feel free to share.

In honor of prom week UCJSHS students are reminded of the danger of impaired driving.

***UPDATE: Owner has been found and reunited with Shadow! Thanks to everyone for sharing*** Male Dog found on Mulberry Street. Friendly with a collar but no tags. Possibly a lab or golden retriever mix. If he belongs to you or you know who he belongs to, contact Animal Control Matt Bernier (765)964-5328.

Phil will be at UCCHS on May 1st to speak with students and staff. The Union City Police, Fire, and EMS is sponsoring this great event and we can't be more excited and grateful that he is visiting our small community!

NOTICE-IRS Scams calls have made their way back to the Union City area. The calls are coming in as automated with a callback number as (929)800-4899. Upon callback, subjects are vulgar and found to be a scam. Please share with your fellow friends and neighbors who may fall victim to this scam.

Training Day Officers from the UCIPD participate in Domestic Violence Response / Investigation training Wednesday evening.

For Immediate Release Randolph County Issues Travel Notice To: Local Elected Officials, News Media, School Superintendents, etc. From: Charles Shaneyfelt, HSEM Director Authority: Ordinance 2010-9, 2013-20, and Randolph County Commissioners Date: 04/03/2018 Effective Time: 9:45 PM A Travel Advisory (YELLOW LEVEL) has been issued by the Randolph County Commissioners due to flooding issues along unincorporated roadways, local roadways, and state or federal highways. Randolph County Highway, Sheriff’s Department, and HSEM report many roads are under water from several inches to several feet deep. This advisory will expire at 5 P.M. April 4, 2018 unless conditions warrant an extension of the advisory. Speed reduction is required to be out on the roadways now. If you come across water on a roadway, turn around and seek an alternate path of travel. A travel advisory is the lowest level of local travel advisory that means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation, and individuals should use caution or avoid those areas. Any vehicle blocking or stranded on a roadway will be removed from the road as deemed necessary by highway crews or emergency personnel. Randolph County, its cities and towns will not be liable for any damages or expenses associated with said removal of vehicles. Citizens may check the travel status of Randolph County and other Indiana counties at http://www.in.gov/dhs/traveladvisory. ###

Male Pitbull found on Fairfax. Contact Animal Control Bernier.