London Police Department

  • Agency: London Police Department
  • Address: 503 S Main St, London, 40741 KY
  • Chief: Elijah Hollon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 606-878-7004
Fax: (606) 878 9758

London Police Department is located at 503 S Main St, London, 40741 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Elijah Hollon. The London Police Department phone number is 606-878-7004.

London Police Department News

After 12 hours of snowfall, the sun shows up and provides us with a gorgeous sunset. Photo cred to Sgt. Travis Hurley

At approximately 12:52 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16th London Police responded to a four vehicle accident with no injuries on northbound I-75 at mile marker 41. A Dodge truck lost control in the right lane causing it to travel into the left lane. A grey sedan collided with the truck and it caught on fire. Another northbound vehicle hit the truck and lastly, the fourth vehicle dodged the accident and hit the median wall. A civilian stopped to assist emergency personnel in extinguishing the vehicle fire. Assisting K-9 Ofc. Greg Turner and Ofc. Steven Sparks at the scene was the London Fire Department, Laurel County Emergency Management Director Abby Hale, and Ambulance Inc. of Laurel County.

A very warm thank you to Debbie Phelps for bringing these to our officers on this very cold day!

With snow forecasted for a few more hours, we hope you all stay warm, drive safely, take your time and be sure to check on your elderly loved ones and neighbors. ❄️🚔🌨️

Please use caution on your morning commute, drive slow and allow yourself more room while braking.

Today there will be a march to the London Community Center at 5:30 p.m. in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Please be mindful of your route of travel on Main Street and the safety of pedestrians.

***UPDATE: The owner has been located*** On Sunday, Jan. 14th, 2018 Ofc. Ashley Wampler and Ofc. Cody Faulconer located this dog walking in the roadway on North Main St. When officers stepped out of their vehicle to check on the dog, the dog got into the passenger seat of the cruiser. The dog was picked up by Laurel Co. Animal Shelter. Please help us locate the owner of this dog so it can return home. The owner may contact the Laurel County Animal Shelter during their open hours to pick it up.

London Police will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints throughout January. The intent of a traffic safety checkpoint is to provide for high visibility public safety service.

Snow plows are currently making their way across town. Use caution if you need to be out and take your time. Some areas will still be hazardous with patches of ice and snow, especially on less traveled side streets.

Red sky this morning in London, a warning for oncoming weather forecasted for the weekend with rainfall, temperatures dropping and snow falling. Please be mindful of roadway and personal safety in wintry weather conditions.

The London Police Department is seeking information that could lead to the arrest of subjects involved in the arson of two vehicles, one at 134 Boreing Dr. and another at 209 Slate Lick St. The London Police Department responded to the two complaints of vehicles on fire at their residences on Monday, 1/8/18 at approximately 12 AM. If anyone has information regarding the two fires, please contact Det. Daniel Robinson at 878-7004. Or message us via Facebook.

Aim for Hope during the London Police Department's American Cancer Society Relay For Life bullseye pistol competition! Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life Team London Police HOW TO ENTER: Register at Center Target Firearms & Indoor Range located at 607 Dons Drive in London, Ky. from February 5th through February 10th, 2018. Participants may register a 3-person team for $50 or individuals may register for $20. - EVENT LOCATION: Center Target Firearms & Indoor Range RULES: - Pistols ONLY - 15 yard targets are limited to 5 per-person at $5 each at Center - Target Firearms & Indoor Range - 10 rounds per-target - Participants may not shoot on another participant's target - Participants that register on a team may not shoot on any other team, but may register as an individual as well - 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place will be determined upon a composite score - Winning teams and individuals will receive a trophy and all participants will be entered into a drawing - Winners will be announced on Monday, February 12th - ALWAYS wear eye and ear protection VISIT LONDONPD.COM/HOPE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

We responded to 15,994 calls in 2017! 📞😯🚓

Winter driving tip: If black ice is on the roadway, keep your steering wheel straight, do not brake, and take foot off accelerator to slow down. #safetyfirst

***Missing Person*** London Police are asking the public's assistance in locating 19-year-old Shawnnia Drew, last seen on 1/1/2018. She was last seen in London wearing black Nike shoes, black sweat pants and a red t-shirt possibly heading to Michigan. Anyone with information regarding Shawnnia Drew, please call 9-1-1, Dispatch at 878-7000 or London Police at 878-7004.

The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign may be over, but we will continue providing high-visibility enforcement. #driveresponsibly

A reminder to drivers to remove snow, frost, and ice from your windshield, windows, and mirrors to be sure you have clear visibility while driving this winter. #safetyfirst

Welcome the newest member of the London Police Department, Ofc. Cody Faulconer. He has been a Certified Police Officer since 2016 and said he's happy to be serving the London community!

Before the sunrises and throughout the day, we are protecting and serving you, London! #Mondaymotivation

Snow decided to meet us in the New Year! Please use caution while driving on roadways and travel at a slower rate of speed. #safetyfirst

It's been a memorable year, London! We hope that you have a safe and enjoyable New Year holiday. The Clerk's Office will be closed on Jan. 1-2, 2018 in observance of the holiday.

Thank you Bond Holiness Church for your thoughtfulness to bring prayer cloths for all of our officers!

So many unused/unwanted prescription meds were dropped in our lobby's Med Return Units this year, good job London! 👏