Louisville Metro Police Department

  • Agency: Louisville Metro Police Department
  • Address: 633 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, 40202 KY
  • Chief: Robert C White (Chief of Police)
Phone: (502) 574-7060

Louisville Metro Police Department is located at 633 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, 40202 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert C White. The Louisville Metro Police Department phone number is (502) 574-7060.

Louisville Metro Police Department News

Traffic Update: All lanes of I-265 are now open. #traffic

Traffic update: I-265S is now open. #traffic #delays

Traffic alert: I-265N is closed at US 42. I-265S is closed from Indiana into KY. No timeframe yet on when it’ll reopen. #traffic #bepatient

“Most social workers don’t have a good relationship with police for that matter, but Morrison has really changed the image for everybody working on this team...” #100daychallenge #LMPD #ourLouisville https://insiderlouisville.com/metro/100-day-challenge-to-end-youth-homelessness-is-on-track-to-meet-or-exceed-its-goal/

Help us reunite someone with their fur baby. This is a picture of Diesel. He is a 7 year-old male Boxer that was stolen out of a yard on Shadow Run Rd on 10/27/17. Diesel is recovering from an illness and is not able to run away from strangers or defend himself. His owner desperately wants him back! If you know where he is or have any information please call our Tip Line at 502-574-LMPD(5673). #furbaby #puppylove #ourLouisville

Meet Roggerrick Miller! He is no longer out committing robberies thanks to #OurLouisville! We asked for your help identifying him in the robbery of the Soul Train Clothing Store at 412 W. Chestnut Street on 9/18/17. Thanks to your tips and dilligent work my our Robbery Unit he is now in custody! #LMPD #NotOnOurStreets #CAUGHT

Do you know this guy? On 10-04-2017 around midnight, the individual shown in the pictures came into the Speedway located at 4900 Outer Loop and threatened to shoot the attendant. After demanding money from the register, he fled in the stolen red Taurus shown.(license plate #998-VSB) The suspect did not display a weapon but did motion that he had one in his pants. We need your help to bring closure to the victims in this horrible offense. If you recognize this man, or have any information as to his whereabouts, please call the LMPD Tip Line at 502-574-LMPD(5673). And remember, as always, you may remain anonymous. Thanks for your help! #LMPD #OurLouisville #StopTheViolence

Great job Chris! Way to represent #louisvillesfinest And thanks for the shoutout Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana #Repost @bigbrosbigsis (@get_repost) ・・・ Big Brother Chris and his Little Brother Tayvon celebrated their one year match anniversary this month. Chris went through the LMPD Training Academy in the spring and joined Louisville Metro Police Department this summer. Happy Match Anniversary Chris & Tayvon! . . . . . #inspirational #mentoringworks #makingadifference #bigbrothersbigsisters #sharelouisville #bbbsky #mentoring #bbbs #wednesdaymotivation

#GotEm Remember this case? These four are responsible for over 60 car break-ins in the downtown area around Slugger Field. Through the help of #OurLouisville and the diligent work of 2nd Division officers Cansler and Powell, all 4 are now in custody! Thanks for your help. We appreciate you! #LMPD #NotOnOurStreets #teamwork

Downtown car break-ins.

ICYMI: The winter chill is finally in the air. The Community Policing Unit is collecting new socks, long johns, gloves and hats for the homeless to be donated to the Homeless Coalition. We are asking for donations of any item you would like to give. The drop off locations are at all the eight divisions, Louisville Metro Police Credit Union, CPU Office and at Headquarters. Thanks and please have a warm heart and give to the homeless. #OurLouisville #WeCare #ProjectWinterWear

LMPD needs your help: On October 27, 2017 at 01:35 pm, this guy entered the MainSource Bank at 6512 Bardstown Road. He approached a teller window and presented a demand note asking for money. Fortunately, no one was injured during this robbery. We need #ourLouisville 's help identifying this suspect. Anyone with information is asked to call 502-574-LMPD(5673). You may remain anonymous. #LMPD #teamwork #thathairthough Suspect: White male / Light complexion / Thin build / 5’7”-5’8”/ 140-150 lbs / 30-40 yrs. old

What’s worse than a cold car? Walking out to it stolen! Please don’t leave it unattended when warming up. Stay safe! #LMPD #chillyoutside

Main St is now open! Thanks for the patience. #LMPD #trafficsucks #drivetime

Halloween Safety Tips from #LMPD. Have fun & be safe! #HappyHalloween!!

Here’s a message from Ofc. Dale Gallagher, 7th Div. Stay safe and don’t make it easy for the criminals! #LMPD #wheresmycar #socoldoutside

LMPD needs your help: The woman pictured likes to use credit cards that don't belong to her fraudulently in Louisville, Clarksville, and New Albany and we would like to have a chat about it with her. She appears to have a star shaped tattoo on her right forearm. If you recognize her and have any information on the identity of this subject please call us at 502-574-LMPD(5673). And as always, you may remain anonymous. #LMPD #catchthislady #notcool

35 pages of commendations this quarter. Great work to the women and men of our department. Way to represent #Louisvillesfinest! We appreciate you! #LMPD #respect https://louisvilleky.gov/sites/default/files/police/sop_searchable_and_reports/lmpd_personnel_memorandum_17-042-personnel_action_report_3rd_qtr_2017.pdf

Louisville Metro Police and Public Health and Wellness officials are encouraging residents to safely dispose of medications on October 28, from 2 pm to 4 pm. People can drive up and drop off any unused and expired medications at the following locations: CVS 2311 Lime Kiln Ln. Walgreens 2021 Hikes Ln. “Drug “take-back” events provide a safe, convenient and responsible way of disposing of prescription medications,” said LMPD Chief Conrad. “It gives the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.” Please take advantage of this event. #LMPD #ourLouisville http://ow.ly/EexH30g5XO6

Check out these closures for this weekend. Notice that they extend through Monday. Hope this helps take some of the stress off your commute! #LMPD #trafficsucks #drivetime

We always love when #ourLouisville comes forward to help make our recruit training a success. We have had an overwhelming number of volunteers from the community, Humana, Sprint, and Alicia Gomez with the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney - Jefferson County, KY to help with Spanish Immersion week for #MAC40. You all are appreciated and are part of our family forever! #LMPD #respect #cityofimmigrants

ICYMI: Please join the LMPD 7th Division along with Councilman Stuart Benson, District 20, for Cops with Cookies. Come out for some tasty treats and great crime prevention info for your neighborhood. Feel free to ask questions and meet the men and women that keep your neighborhood safe. See you there! #LMPD #ourLouisville #LouisvillesFinest

JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS AND POLICE OFFICERS FOR COFFEE AND CONVERSATION! No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood! Any questions, contact Maj. Aubrey Gregory at 502-574-7636

#FlashDads at Engelhard Elementary! #LMPD #Louisvillesfinest #highfive

Don’t miss the smiles as we hangout at Engelhard Elementary for another #FlashDads this morning around 8 am. Join us here on Facebook live to see the smiles and high fives! #LMPD #Louisvillesfinest #highfive