Central City Police Department

  • Agency: Central City Police Department
  • Address: 214 N. 1st St, Central City, 42330 KY
  • Chief: Kenneth Curtisq (Chief of Police)
Phone: 270.754.2464
Fax: 270.754.2474
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Central City Police Department is located at 214 N. 1st St, Central City, 42330 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Curtisq. The Central City Police Department phone number is 270.754.2464.

Central City Police Department News

For immediate release: Authority of Chief Roberson, The Central City Police are currently in the process of charging a juvenile with Terroristic Threatening. A juvenile student allegedly made a threat towards a specific staff member of the Muhlenberg North Middle school system. The Central City Police along with the Muhlenberg County Education System take all threats seriously and we are dedicated in keeping it's students, faculty and staff safe.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Marshall County.

Can you help us identify these two individuals? They are persons of interest in a theft and car vandalism investigation. They are believed to be in a silver Chevy Impala. Don't forget you can remain 100 percent anonymous if you wish. Thanks!

US HWY 431 looking North toward South Carrollton from Central City.

E. Everly Bros Blvd. (US HWY 62 E) near the east limits of Central City, facing toward Nelson Creek.

S. 2nd St (US HWY 431) near the southern limits of Central City, facing south toward Drakesboro.

Bypass between Central City and Powderly. This photo was taken near the Comcast building.

The roads remain extremely slick and hazardous. Please, do not travel today. The snow and ice accumulation along with the frigid temperature is a recipe for a very dangerous situation. Please stay at home. Make a snow figure or have a snow ball fight. Stay safe and warm!

Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight!

This morning we had our annual Central City Shop With A Cop. We were able to assist 82 children this Christmas, making this our most successful one yet! I'd like to personally thank everyone involved, both today and behind the scenes, for making this the success it was this year. Without your donations, fundraisers, volunteering your time and community support, this would not have been possible. Thank you again and Merry Christmas! Tammy Piper Jason Kenneth Lindsey Duane Davenport Megan West Gates Kobe Hart Marshall Brandon Reynolds Sarah Gott

We still have pork loins for sale if anyone wants one. They are $20

The Boston Butts are done and are delicious!

Shop with a Cop fund raiser is in full swing this morning.

Don't forget to come out and support our local shop with a cop program tomorrow from 9am to 4pm. If you didn't pre order you can still come by and buy a item. We ordered some extra for walk-ups . Hope to see you tomorrow. Come on out and help your local police department help some kids !

The Central City Police Department will be hosting a smoked meat sale with all proceeds benefting the CCPD Shop with a Cop program. In 2016 our Department was able to help 70 local children with Christmas presents. As of now, we have not been able to reach our goal that would enable us the opportunity to do the same thing again this year. If you would like to support our Shop with a Cop program, you can order the following items, that will be ready for pick-up from the Central City Fire Department on December 12th, 2017 from 9am to 4pm. Boston Butt's $25 Pork Loin $20 Rolled Bologna $15 You can order by commenting below or by calling the police department at 270-754-2464. The money is due upon picking up your item(s). If you do not want to purchase one of the above items, you can still make a donation to the Shop with a Cop program. Thank you for your support... PLEASE SHARE. local orders only, we will not ship.

I would like to say a special thank you to the Central City Fire Department and all those who bought, donated and assisted with the fundraiser to start off our Shop With A Cop program this year. It's a blessing to see how our city departments and community can work together to support one another in helping the citizens of Central City.

Due to the heavy rain parts of town are flooding. If you see water standing on the road, turn around don't drown!

http://www.policeweek.org/ This week marks the recognition of fallen police officers in our beloved country. With today, as National Police Officers day. We would like to thank our community for the outstanding support we receive from you each day.

The CCPD is hosting a open house event for our new police headquarters. The public is invited to come take a look at our newly remodeled facility. May the 4th from 4pm to 6pm