Wilmore Police Department is located at 335 E Main St, 40390 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Stephen R Boven. The Wilmore Police Department phone number is 859-858-8955.
We at the Wilmore Police Department are urging folks to only venture out if necessary. Road crews are working diligently to clear the city streets but they are still slick and snow covered in some areas. Grab a good book and a cup of hot tea and just enjoy old man winter.
When the weather gets tough the tough get going. Two of Wilmore’s finest.
Proud of Wilmore Police Officer Ramon Torres for receiving the Governor's 2017 Impaired Driver's Award for aiding in the reduction of DUI related traffic crashes in the Commonwealth. Job well done. 🇺🇸👮
This is just one of the many many many Christmas decorations placed in Wilmore by the City Workers, headed up by Vince Lewellen, for the city's Old Fashioned Christmas on Saturday, December 2, 2017. If you see Vince or one of his elves say thank you and wish them a very Merry Christmas.
To all Jessamine County residents and surrounding counties and cities.......Please be advised that the area adjacent to Hwy 68 that has been proposed for the new golf course is located within the city limits of Wilmore and Wilmore City Ordinance prohibits the hunting and the discharging of firearms within the city limits. Wilmore Police Department will be working with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife to strictly enforce this ordinance. If you, or you know of someone that has been hunting in this area please advise them to not do so anymore. This is adjacent to a residential area and safety is of the main concern. Thank You and have a great Thanksgiving.
On Wednesday, November 15, Officers of the Wilmore Police Dept presented to various Pastors and Church Staffers in the Wilmore Community a program on Church Safety and Security. It was our initial presentation and it was a prelude to future trainings and assistance to our Church Community.
Residents......BE AWARE OF PUBLISHER"S CLEARING HOUSE SCAM...... Unknown person(s) are calling and stating that you have won a large dollar amount from Publisher's Clearing House; however before you can claim the prize they are requiring you to sent them a check in various dollar amounts. If you receive a call of this type please notify the Kentucky Attorney General's Office Consumer Fraud Branch at 888-432-9257.
ROAD CLOSURES FOR THE VETERAN'S DAY PARADE, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2017. KY 29 (Lexington Avenue/Lexington Road) will be shut down tomorrow, November 11, 2017, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and approximately 11:00 a.m. for the annual Veteran's Day Parade. The closure will affect KY 29 from the "y" intersection at US 68 to the Main Street intersection. East Main Street between Rice Street and Lexington Avenue will also be closed for a short time at the beginning of the parade. Our officers will be staged at intersections along the parade route. Please plan accordingly if you plan to travel through Wilmore during these times tomorrow. We invite everyone to come out and join us and show support for men and women in the armed services. We hope to see you there.
BEWARE OF TELEPHONE SCAMS: The Wilmore Police Department has recieved numerous calls regarding IRS and Warrant of Arrest calls from the following phone numbers: 859-215-5912 859-215-5910 Please disregard these calls and DO NOT give any money, personal or financial information!
Wilmore Treats on Main. Big crowd safe night.
On 09/27/2017 Wilmore Police Department conducted a search warrant at 213 Village Circle. Items seized during the search warrant included heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and other unspecified narcotics. Drug paraphernalia, cash and possible stolen items were also recovered. Chris Hulett and Rachel Martin, both residents of 213 Village Circle in Wilmore, were each arrested on three counts of 1st Degree Trafficking and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Hulett had additional charges of Dealing in Stolen Property and Theft by Deception.
Natasha Richardson was apprehended on Village Circle by Wilmore Police on 09/18/2017. Richardson was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Fleeing and Evading Police, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and 3 outstanding arrest warrants. Richardson was lodged in the Jessamine County Detention Center.
Peyton Norman was arrested on Thacker Drive by Wilmore Police on 09/19/2017. Norman was in the possession of a stolen vehicle. He was arrested for Receiving Stolen Property, Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia. He was lodged in the Jessamine County Detention Center.
With the cooperation of the Jessmine County Sheriff Department Wilmore Police Department has placed a Speed Trailer on Woodspoint Way in an effort to slow traffic on that street. We will continue to have officers monitor the traffic speed on that street by the use of stationary and moving radar. WPD realizes that traffic safety is a must and that all drivers should obey the traffic laws and respect the safety of all other motorists and pedestrians.
WANTED! The Wilmore Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Anthony "Tony" P. James. DOB: 10/31/1983. Mr. James currently has three active arrest warrants for felony theft. If you know the whereabouts of this individual please call the Wilmore Police Department at 859-858-8955 or the Jessamine 911 Center at 859-887-5447.
Once again two young ladies showing off their business skills with the selling of pink lemonade to a couple of Wilmore Employees. Wilmore.....A great place to live, play, work and raise a family. 🙏🇺🇸👮
Residents are reminded to secure their vehicles and remove valuables from them. Don't give a thief an easy opportunity.
Officers of the Wilmore Police Department will be participating in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign during the period of Aug 16 thru Sept 4, 2017. Please drive safe. Remember the life you save may be your own.
These three young men were observed running a small business from one of their front yards. They appeared to be doing quite well. We would just like to take a moment and say that all of the officers and staff of the Wilmore Police Department strongly support these young men and wish them great success in their lives. 👍🇺🇸👮
As rhe new school year approaches let's all be very safe in our driving habits. There will be an influx of vehicles on our streets, to include new university students , parents driving their children to and from school and the very visible big yellow school buses. Let's keep our streets safe and free from traffic crashes and personal injuries as a result of unsafe driving practices. Be careful out there.
https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-kentucky/ Once again Wilmore is selected as one of the top 20 safest cities in the country. The Wilmore Police Department is very proud of this fact and we will continue to keep the citizens of our fair city safe and secure. We are proud to serve our citizens. Chief William E Craig