Fort Mitchell Police Department

  • Agency: Fort Mitchell Police Department
  • Address: 2355 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell, 41017 KY
  • Chief: Steve Hensley (Chief of Police)

Fort Mitchell Police Department is located at 2355 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell, 41017 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve Hensley. The Fort Mitchell Police Department phone number is 859-331-2823.

Fort Mitchell Police Department News

Help us show these veterans our support.

Come out Friday March 16th. We would love to see you.

Thanks Kentucky Going Blue !!

Can you help us find this missing teen?

We are hiring !! If you want to be a member of the Fort Mitchell Police Department click on the link below to see our requirements and find out where you can submit an application.

Fortunately no one was hurt.

A snow emergency was declared in Fort Mitchell. Please remove all parked cars from city streets so that our public works crews can safely plow and treat our roads.

Wanted suspect was found, see below bulletin. Thank you to the community and other law enforcement agencies for their assistance with this.

Latasha Rippley was arrested this morning in Dayton Ohio. She is being held on several warrants including our warrant for fleeing and evading police. Thanks to the US Marshals for their assistance.

#Cold weather tips #noaaweather #share

Found ring in the college streets area. If you have lost a ring please call dispatch 859-356-3191 with a description and we will get it back to you.

The Emergency Shelter of NKY serves the homeless here in Northern Kentucky. With the temperatures bitterly cold this week, their services are absolutely life saving. As you are out exchanging the Christmas gifts you didn’t want for what you really wanted, consider picking up sweat pants, pajama pants, or Long Johns in unisex M, L, or XL. The shelter is currently in need of these items. And if you don’t have time to drop them off at the shelter, just give them to a Fort Mitchell Police Officer and we will make sure they make it to the shelter. (The photo with this post shows a night where the number of people needing shelter exceeded the number of beds available but the shelter made room so that no one was turned away)

Post Christmas trash can reveal to Burglars what you have in your home. You can break the boxes down or tear them up.


Thank you to Emerson’s Bakery for bringing some treats for those working. It was greatly appreciated (Sgt. Gross)

She has been identified. Thank you for all the shares. Over 30,000 people reached.


Elvis the Elf had to meet Santa to let him know what he has been seeing. So they met at Biggby Coffee and saw some friends with Sergeant Mike Gross. Thanks to Ft Mitchell Biggby for hosting Santa today. #elvistheelfonpatrol

Elvis the Elf is excited to see the snow coming down, but wanted to warn drivers to be cautious while driving today. It only takes a little bit of snow to cause a mess. #elvistheelfonpatrol