Bardstown Police Department

  • Agency: Bardstown Police Department
  • Address: 212 Plaza Dr, Bardstown, 40004 KY
  • Chief: Rick McCubbin (Chief of Police)
Phone: (502)348-6811
Fax: (502)348-9372

Bardstown Police Department is located at 212 Plaza Dr, Bardstown, 40004 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick McCubbin. The Bardstown Police Department phone number is (502)348-6811.

Bardstown Police Department News

We need help identifying these two subjects in reference to a recent theft. They were driving the maroon SUV shown below. If you have any information, please contact the station at 502-348-6811. Thank you

Today we honor and remember Officer Jason Ellis on the 5th Anniversary of his End of Watch. The public is welcome to join us and attend the memorial service and vigil later this evening. *10-11am: Memorial Service/Laying of the wreath- Highview Cemetery in Chaplin *845pm: Procession from BPD parking lot to Highview Cemetery *930pm: Lighting of the Candles/ Prayer Vigil Service We would like to thank the community for their support and prayers, today and always.

Today kicks off the Click It or Ticket Campaign. It will run through the 3rd of June. The Click It or Ticket campaign focuses on safety education, strong laws and law enforcement officers saving lives. We will have officers out enforcing, Buckle-up Bardstown!

A huge thank you to Walmart for the gift basket and coffee mugs they donated for Police Week. Also thank you to Boone's Butcher Shop and Flowers Bakery for helping with our appreciation cookout! Your support is appreciated!

Please read the below message from the Bardstown Utility Department regarding a potential scam. "Attention Utility Customers: It has come to our attention that some of our customers are receiving phone calls form an entity identifying themselves as the City of Bardstown in which they are told to make a payment or their services will be disconnected. Please be aware that the City does not make calls to solicit payment for overdue balances, and this is scam. If you receive a call like this do not give out any personal information. " BPD recommends protecting your personal information by limiting: -Information placed on internet sites. -Use antivirus software on your computer. -Giving out your social security number, date of birth and address. -Shred important documents. -Check your credit scores once a year for any concerns. Please report any criminal activity to our anonymous tip line at 502-348-4328 (HEAT).

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There is still time to donate! Please consider helping Amy Ellis with the Ride to Hope. Special thanks to those who have already donated to this worthy cause. Checks or cash can be dropped off to the Bardstown Police Department until Friday, April 20th. Thank you!

BPD is celebrating Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. We would like to recognize and thank the Nelson County Dispatchers for all of their hard work!!

The Bardstown Police Department's thoughts and prayers are with the Rodman family and the members of LMPD.

Get involved with your community. Come out to meet and greet your Bardstown Police Officers. Hope to see you there!

*** Subjects have been identified and charges are pending*** We need help identifying these two subjects for questioning in reference to a theft investigation. If you have any information, please contact Officer Riley at andrew.riley@bardstownpolice.com or the office at 502-348-6811. Thank you

We need help identifying the subjects below in reference to a theft investigation. If you have any information, please email Officer Riley at andrew.riley@bardstownpolice.com or call the station at 502-348-6811. Thank you

Thank you for your continued support for Fallen Officers and our own, Jason Ellis.

Last week, Chief Kraeszig had the honor of participating in "Read America" at Saint Joseph School. She read to around 50 second grade students. They recently sent appreciation thank you cards! She wanted to share a few that she adores and cherishes!