Oldham County Police Department

  • Agency: Oldham County Police Department
  • Address: 1855 North Highway 393, LaGrange, 40031 KY
  • Chief: Michael Griffin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 502 222-1300
Fax: 502 222-5490

Oldham County Police Department is located at 1855 North Highway 393, LaGrange, 40031 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael Griffin. The Oldham County Police Department phone number is 502 222-1300.

Oldham County Police Department News

Don’t forget to come see us today at Dairy Queen in LaGrange between 11:00 and 1:00. Get rewarded for wearing your seat belt and enjoy a great lunch.

Wreck on US 42 near the Oldham/Jefferson Line, expect delays

Oldham County Police and La Grange Police are teaming up with Dairy Queen in La Grange to reward drivers for making the right choice: wearing their seat belt. If you are observed pulling into the lot wearing your seat belt you will be rewarded with a $1. Officers will also have goodies for the kids. This is event is brought to you through the generous assistance of Citizen Union Bank (CUB Bank), State Farm Insurance Agent Tommy Thompson (Pewee Valley), and La Grange Dairy Queen!

Come see us at the Oldham County Fairgrounds today from 4:00-7:00 for trunk or treat.

Congratulations to the 2017 graduates of the Oldham County Police Citizens Police Academy. We hope you enjoyed the class, as much as we enjoyed getting to meet you all.

Semi broken down NB at the 23MM, blocking right lane. Expect delays.

Disabled vehicle NB 13, collision NB 17, expect delays.

I 71 NB 15MM overturned semi, expect delays.

It's not too late to sign up for our Citizen's Police Academy starting August 31st. The course will be from 7:00 PM till approximately 10:00 PM on Thursday evenings and run for six weeks. Please contact us for more information or to sign up!!!!

Law Enforcement throughout the state will be participating in the Drive Sober Campaign August 16th-September 4th. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), on average, there is one alcohol impaired driving-related fatality every 51 minutes across America. High-visibility enforcement such as the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign reduces alcohol-impaired driving fatalities by as much as 20 percent. There were more than 4,200 collisions involving alcohol in Kentucky last year, resulting in more than 1,900 injuries and 119 fatalities. During the Labor Day holiday weekend, there were more than 60 collisions involving alcohol, resulting in 30 injuries and two fatalities During this campaign, Oldham County Police will be conducting enhanced enforcement with a primary emphasis on speed, seat belt usage, and impaired drivers. Our goal is zero injuries or fatalities during this period. You can help us achieve this goal by slowing down, always wearing your seat belt, and never driving impaired.

Oldham County Schools are back in session. Please remember to slow down in all school zones. Oldham County Police will be present during morning and afternoon hours enforcing the posted limits.

Congratulations to newly promoted Major Tracy Witt, and Major Neil Johnson, pictured here with Chief Smith. Both men were sworn in today by Oldham County Judge Executive, David Voegele. Major Witt will be taking over operational duties, and Major Johnson will be taking over administrative duties.

Oldham County Police would like to wish Major Collett and Major Laytham well, and a happy retirement. These two men have faithfully served the residents of Oldham County with distinction and unwavering dedication, and their service will certainly be missed. Good luck gentleman, in whatever endeavor you take on next!

The Oldham County Police Department would like to announce the next Citizen's Police Academy starting August 31st. This class will be on Thursday evenings from 7:00 PM to approximately 10:00 PM and last 10 weeks. The topics covered include: Traffic Stops, Criminal Investigations, Search and Seizure, and many more. Participants will tour the Oldham County Jail, Oldham County Court House, and Oldham County Dispatch. The topics covered will be taught by officers, guest instructors, and elected officials. Participants will be able to do a ride-a-long with an officer and participate in a firing range demonstration. If you are interested in participating please see the link below to our webpage or call 222-1300 ext 7307 to speak with Sergeant James Brown for additional information. Participants should be 18 years of old. http://www.oldhamcountypolice.com/citizens-academy.html

NB 71, 15 MM. Expect delays. Approximately 2 hour clearance time. https://t.co/siJKYrx8Bq

Overturned semi, NB 71 near 15MM. Right lane closed, expect delays.

One year ago today 5 officers in Dallas lost their lives protecting the rights and freedoms of the community they swore to protect. Please take a moment to remember their service and sacrifice.

Two wrecks I 71 North between county line and 14MM. One clearing now, second should be clearing within 30 minutes.

Project Graduation with Fatal Vision Goggles. Never drink and drive #nosecondchances @NHTSAgov @kyhighwaysafety https://t.co/51sUsgwFFW

Project graduation with Fatal Vision impairment simulation goggles. Never drink and drive. #nosecondchances

Single vehicle semi collision 71 NB at 14 blocking left lane, expect delays. Approximately 1 hour till cleared.

Semi wreck SB 14, expect delays for next few hours.

On May 30, 2017 the Oldham County Police responded to a theft incident on Highway 22 in Crestwood, KY. During the theft over $40,000 worth of firearms, ammunition, and other items were stolen. The owner of the property is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to recovery of the stolen property and the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible. Oldham County Police and the victim request anyone with any information in this theft to call KENTUCKIANA CRIMESTOPPERS at 582-CLUE. Callers may remain anonymous. In addition to the reward offered by the victim, KENTUCKIANA CRIMESTOPPERS are also offering the standard $1,000 reward directly through KENTUCKIANA CRIMESTOPPERS. For more information on KENTUCKIANA CRIMESTOPPERS please visit their website @: www.582clue.com or call 582-CLUE. You may also contact us with any information about this, or any other crime, at 502-222-1300 or 502-222-0111.