Nicholasville Police Department

  • Agency: Nicholasville Police Department
  • Address: 510 N Main St, Nicholasville, 40356 KY
  • Chief: Barry Waldrop (Chief of Police)
Phone: 859 885-9468
Fax: 859-885-1766
Email:

Nicholasville Police Department is located at 510 N Main St, Nicholasville, 40356 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Barry Waldrop. The Nicholasville Police Department phone number is 859 885-9468.

Nicholasville Police Department News

As a Kentucky SRO board member, Officer Newton had the privilege of presenting Officer Sacra of the Louisville Metro Police Department with the Kentucky SRO of the Year award. Congratulations Officer Sacra!!

Our Honor Guard was recognized for their participation in past Honor Flights during the Freedom Fest event today.

We are on day 2 of Dare shed renovation. Things are coming together. Kg

Our agency appreciates any and all tips that we receive from our citizens! We would not be able to police as effectively as we do without hearing from you. Please note that this page is not monitored 24 hours a day. If you have suspicious activity or a crime to report, please contact our dispatch at 859-887-5447 to have an immediate response from patrol officers.

NPD Honor Guard had the privilege to assist @HonorFlightKY in welcoming back veterans to @BGAirport from Washington, DC on this Memorial Day weekend.

NPD spent the day teaching students at East Side Technical School. East Side is a school attended by students from Jessamine, Fayette, Woodford, and Scott Counties. Students in this particular class learn about law enforcement. Each of these students either want to learn about LE, later become officers, or related fields. If you have a high school student that wants to learn something in any of the subjects taught at East Side, check them out. Lt. Adkins, Lt. Godsey, and Ofc. Talkington were impressed with the courage, honor, and respect shown by these students. #investinginourfuture #eastsidetechnicalschool -SA

Four of our Police Officer Recruits participated in the Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony that took place at the Department of Criminal Justice Training today in which five Kentucky Officers were honored for making the ultimate sacrifice in service of their communities. (Pictured left to right: Justin Wilson, Dylan Baker, Carson Gentry, William Neujahr)

Congratulations to Corporal Andrew Staggs on his graduation from the Academy of Police Supervision!

Good afternoon to all. Just wanted to pass along that the phones are now working here at the police department. Hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable weekend. KG

The phones at the Police Department are currently not working. If you need to contact the police department and it is not an emergency you can call 859 887-5447. If it is an emergency still use 911 to contact the police. We have been told Windstream is aware of the problem but have no idea when they will be fixed. KG

A big thank you to Jessamine Christian Church on Courchelle Drive for the cookies!!

Ofc. Teater and Sgt. Grimes are at Lowes till 2 pm at Safety day. Come out and see us. Kg

These pictures aren’t very clear but we want to congratulate Officer Taylor Bourne and Officer Harrison Courtney on their graduation from DOCJT Basic Academy. Both were Recruits of Distinction. We look forward to these two fine men joining their brothers and sisters on patrol!

The Nicholasville Police Department lost a dear friend last night when Roy Alves, aka "Mr. Porkchop", suddenly passed away. Roy was a proud supporter of our officers and their families. He was constantly vocal in his praise of us and generous with his time and delicious food. But as great as the food was, his friendship is easily what we will miss the most. Because regardless of how hard your day may have been going, his smile and kindness was infectious and he would soon cheer you up. We saw him as part of our police family and he will always be remembered as such. The Nicholasville Police Department extends our deepest sympathies to the Alves family, his friends and everyone else who loved him. Our community has lost a truly great man.

Check out the seasonal job opportunity in our Code Enforcement Division!

Helping out the West Jessamine High Seniors on their decision day. Congrats to all and their future decisions that they are about to embark on. Kg

I want to give a shout out to Mark Lamb for being a good sport at the magic show tonight. Check out his transformation in the photos.

Great crowd tonight at the DARE Magic Show. Special thanks to Master Illusionist Dinky Gowen for supporting our community and our program. Kg

Don't forget that tonight is the Magic Show to support the Nicholasville Police Dare program. Program starts at 7 pm at West HS and tickets are only $10.00 dollars at the door. This is a great show and it supports a great cause for our community. Kg

Officer Brian McClure, badge 534, has officially retired from the Nicholasville Police Department. Officer McClure grew up in Mullens, WV. He graduated from Marshall University with a bachelors degree in criminal justice in 1995. He then started with Lexington Metro police, and Transylvania police before applying with NPD in 1998. At the department he has served as a defensive tactics instructor, special response team, field training officer, firearms instructor, CPA instructor, active shooter instructor, and K-9 handler. Words can not express what the community will be losing with Officer McClure's retirement. We could not have asked for a nicer human being. Officer McClure embodies Integrity, Honor, Loyalty, and hard work. During his career he has helped citizens and officers alike, making Nicholasville a safer, more pleasant place to be. Officer McClure will get to spend time with his family and continue to practice martial arts during his retirement. Brian, you are one of the great ones. We wish you luck. SA

It’s his last day and he is still working hard make sure our officers are prepared for anything! You’re the best Brian!

Brian McClure’s fellow officers made homemade ribs for his last day! He certainly made an impact on this department during his 20 year career!