Bellevue Police Department

  • Agency: Bellevue Police Department
  • Address: 616 Poplar Street, Bellevue, 41073 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: (859)261–1122
Fax: (859) 261–0436
Email:

Bellevue Police Department is located at 616 Poplar Street, Bellevue, 41073 KY. The Bellevue Police Department phone number is (859)261–1122.

Bellevue Police Department News

Congratulations to Officer Trevor Bonar who graduated from basic recruit class today at the Department of Criminal Justice Training. Officer Bonar will now begin field training with other Bellevue officers. We are happy to have Officer Bonar back, and we look forward to working with him.

Congratulations to Lt. Col. Lee Estepp for 30 year of service to the City of Bellevue. Lt. Col. Estepp had been with Bellevue Police Department since 1987. He thank him for his years of dedicated service, and his many more years to come.

We don't have any further information on the suspected arson fire at 149 Lafayette. Please see the juvenile description in the previous post. At the same time this fire was reported a trash can fire was also reported in the 200 block alley between Foote and Washington. We are not sure if these two incidents are related, but we believe they may be. We also had a trashcan fire reported to us a few days ago. If you see suspicious activity around your home, in the alley, or around vacant houses please contact Dispatch to have officers sent to check. The number for Dispatch is 859-292-3622, or dial 911.

We need help looking for 3 heaving set white males between 9-11 who were seen fleeing the scene of an arson fire around 7:30pm this date at Eden and LaFayette. Witness stated the boys had short hair, 1 had black hair, 2 had blonde. Witness stated the 3 boys rode to the house all 3 on a bright yellow/green mountain bike. Any info please call 911 and advise dispatch

Congratulations to Officer Ian Kirst who graduated from basic recruit class 684 today at the Department of Criminal Justice Training. Officer Kirst will now begin field training with other Bellevue officers. We are happy to have Officer Kirst back, and we look forward to working with him.

The 3 juveniles from the playground fire have been located and taken into custody. Thanks for all the help from the community.

The city of Bellevue police department is currently auctioning off several pieces of Surplus equipment including vehicles. Items can be viewed and bid on at the link below.

In the past couple of nights we have had several cars gone through over night. So far all of the cars have been reported as being left unlocked. Witnesses have advised that they have seen kids in the area. We have also seen an increase in reports of vandalism. We want to remind everyone the importance of locking your vehicles and removing valuables from your vehicles such as guns and electronics. We also want to remind parents of the cities curfew which is 11:00pm to 06:00am Sunday through Thursday; and 12:00am to 06:00am on Friday and Saturday. Please contact the police department through dispatch at 292-3622 if you see any suspicious activity.

We know that many of our citizens are concerned about a home invasion robbery that took place on Tuesday night the 25th. We want to let our citizens know that during the course of our investigation it has been determined that the robbery did not take place and the entire incident was fabricated. One person has been arrested and charged with falsifying a police report.

Updated our profile picture to the WWI Memorial painting hanging in the City Building. Today marks the 100th anniversary of the United States entering the "Great War" in Europe.

The individuals responsible for vandalizing the little library have been identified and charges are pending. The Bellevue Police Department would like to thank everyone for their help.

Polar Bear Plunge was hosted in Bellevue at Joe’s Crab Shack on 2/4/17 for the sixth consecutive year. In conjunction with Special Olympics Kentucky and Joe’s Crab Shack the Bellevue Police Department helped facilitate this event. On Friday 2/3/17 the pool, tents, stands and barricades were set up in the parking lot of Joe’s Crab Shack. The registration booths were set up inside of Joe’s Crab Shack. Registration for the event was open all evening and the Special Olympics Polar Bear made an appearance on Fairfield Avenue for Bellevue’s First Friday event. Plunging began Saturday morning at 11:00 am with Q102 and Fox19 anchors conducting the on stage announcing. There were over 800 people who took the plunge with a large crowd of spectators cheering them on. To date the Polar Bear Plunge in Bellevue has raised nearly $150,000.00 for the Special Olympics.

http://www.rcnky.com/articles/2017/01/27/bellevue-police-chief-honored-leadership

Thanks to Briley Seiter for giving officers from Bellevue and Dayton a little Christmas gift.

Mark your calendars for the Polar Bear Plunge in BELLEVUE! http://soky.org/greatercincinnatiplunge/ https://www.facebook.com/kypolarplunge/

The Bellevue Police Department would like to welcome its newest officers. Officer Ian Kirst (right) was hired in the beginning of November and previously worked at the Campbell County Detention Center. Ian also served in the United States Army as a Captain. Officer Trevor Bonar (left) was hired at the beginning of this month and previously worked for Kentucky Probation and Parole, and the Campbell County Detention Center. Trevor also served in the United States Army as a Sergeant. Both applicants completed a rigorous application process and back ground investigation. Both officers will attend the police officer basic training academy early next year in Richmond Kentucky. We are excited to have these new officers on board and we know they will serve the city well, just as they have for our country and county.