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

Just a reminder, our book drive is still going strong! We still have several days left. Check out the flyer and donate some books! #ReadingRules

On February 19th, members of the 7th Division Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU) executed a search warrant in the 9700 blk of Ranger rd in the South End. Detectives recovered several suspected stolen items to include: computer equipment, numerous cell phones, Identifications, medications, and sim cards. Most importantly, detectives recovered two rifles which are confirmed to be stolen. Several arrests were made. Great work guys! #7thDivisionStrong #CIU #YesThatsAsword #EnGarde

Officers in the 7th Division will be whipping up some mean pancakes at Kroger! We hope you'll stop by and have some with us!

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation. There's no special agenda, no speeches, just a chance to meet community members and those that protect it. 7th Division Major Kim Burbrink will be attending as well.

Yesterday, our narcotics unit executed a search warrant in the 1900 block of Deerwood ave, in the Highlands. With the help of K-9 Franklin, detectives recovered the following: A few pounds of marijuana, several ounces of suspected cocaine, LSD, psilocybin mushrooms and several pills to include ecstasy and other drug paraphernalia. No injuries occurred and several arrests were made. Great work detectives and K-9 Franklin! #WhosAgoodBoy #FranklinRules #Narcs #DoingWork #NotInOurCity

Our Narcotics unit is always working hard on the tips provided by the citizens in our community. Last night, they seized roughly 17 pounds of marijuana, assorted pills, and suspected cocaine packaged for sale in our 4th Division. An arrest was made. More importantly, they took two handguns off our streets. You can report crime anonymously by calling 574-LMPD or drop us a web-tip at http://www.louisville-police.org/

Join our 8th Division officers tomorrow from 10:00-12:00 at the Kroger in the Holiday Manor shopping center and learn about crime prevention and safety tips. Bring the kiddo's too because we'll have PANCAKES! Who doesn't love pancakes? #CopsAndPancakes #Community #SyrupForDays

Check out some pics from our 2nd YouthChat in the 4th Division! Shout out to the Bomb Squad and our robot "Bud" for making an appearance and chatting with Louisville's youth. #Community #YouthChat #4thDivision #BombRobotsRule #CutTheRedWireorBlueWire #IDK

Check our new website! Let us know what you think! Even has a mobile face. #LMPD #fancy http://louisville-police.org/

Congrats to Lincoln Elementary Performing Arts School! 556 Lincolns in one room! We hope you guys make it official. Thanks for letting us be a part of history! #LMPD #youth #ourLouisville

Lincoln Elementary Performing Arts School setting World records! Can they pack more than 250 Abraham Lincoln’s in the same place? Stay with us and cheer them on!

Just an ordinary accident report. That's what 1st Division Officer Bianca Chambers thought while she was taking this report. And Ofc. Thomas Franklin had no idea when he got dressed for work that this day would be the day he would put a newly learned skill to the test. Check it out! #LMPD #protectandserve #LouisvillesFinest

Come to the Starbucks at the Seelbach! 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!

LMPD needs your help again #ourLouisville! Do you know this guy? On February 7th, 2018 at 2:25pm, this suspect entered the Family Dollar at 5107 Dixie Hwy, indicated he was armed with a weapon, and demanded business cash. Fortunately, no one was injured during this robbery. We need the community’s assistance identifying this suspect. He is described as a white male, 18-25 yrs. old, 5’8”-5’10”, and 140-160 lbs. Anyone with information is asked to call 502-574-LMPD(5673). You may remain anonymous. #LMPD #CatchThisGuy #NotOnOurStreets

We love you Katie Oliver! Paul will be missed!

Join us on Facebook live around 1 PM today for a huge announcement! #neverforgotten #ourLouisville BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse - S. Hurstbourne / J-town

1st Division Officer Christina Beavin has worked so hard on this incredible event! Tomorrow, 32 young ladies will be treated to a pampered day of luxury. Ending with a Grand Tea Party with 25 of #LouisvillesFinest and members of the University of Louisville Army ROTC. Thanks to Love City Inc for all your help. There are still a few spots left, so sign up today! Stay tuned to see how it went. #LMPD #respect #selfworth

Don't let a language barrier stop you from reporting a crime. Check out this great story about 7th Division LMPD Officer Logan Wolff's interaction with Dania.(turn on closed caption for english subtitles) #LMPD #7thDivsionStrong #cityofimmigrants #gotem

Please join us today at any of the area Wicks locations to help raise money for the Oliver family. #ourLouisville #neverforgotten

Got some books you need to get rid of? We could use them. Check it out! #LMPD #bookdrive #ourLouisville

JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS AND POLICE OFFICERS FOR PANCAKES WITH POLICE! Voice yours concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood! Meet Major Kim Burbrink 7th Division Special Guest Madonna Flood District 24

The LMPD Domestic Violence Unit will be there for this one. Come out and meet the team and ask any questions you may have. For more info, contact the LMPD 5th Division at (502) 574-7636

Traffic stops are one of the most dangerous moments for any officer. Yesterday, LMPD Officer Kelvin Watkins stopped a vehicle on I-264 West bound just before Preston Highway for speeding. Turns out the driver was wanted for Capital Murder in Tennessee. Charles T. Gray is accused of shooting his girlfriend 5 times in the woods in Tennessee and leaving her paralyzed but still alive. She tragically died as a result of this man and he has been on the run! Mr. Gray was taken into custody and booked into the Louisville Metro Corrections Department. A very violent and dangerous fugitive is off of our streets because he chose to not obey the speed limit! Great work Officer Watkins! Way to represent #LouisvillesFinest! #LMPD #traffic

UPDATE: The driver from the William Harrison Park vehicle collision on January 20th, William Osborne, was indicted on multiple counts of Wanton Endangerment 1st, Criminal Mischief 1st, assault, Persistent Felony Offender 2nd and DUI. He fled KY to IN and then to Ft Myers FL. He was taken into custody by the US Marshalls Service and the Lee County Sheriffs Office this morning. He will remain in Lee County FL till extradited back to Louisville KY. #gotem #justice #closure