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

Avoid I71 near the 15 mile marker, Southbound. Multi car accident with cleanup. Possible long term delays.

Hwy 329 will be closed in Brownsboro for approximately 2 hours to remove a dump truck that wrecked. Motorists should consider an alternate route.

Oldham County Police announce the passing of retired K-9 Reggie. Reggie was the longest active K-9 in the history of OCPD. He served from 2004-2013. K-9 Reggie was a "dual purpsose" dog, and had multiple drug finds, and aided in locating many individuals. K-9 Reggie passed away on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at the home of his former handler and partner, Det. T. Moore. Rest easy Reggie.

This Holiday Season, You Better Watch Out! Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over The holidays are a festive time for Americans, and endless parties with friends, families, and co-workers can easily lead to drinking too much alcohol. Drinking and driving accounts for one-third of vehicle-related fatalities in the United States. Keep your holidays merry and bright by remembering to always drive sober, no matter what. The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement campaign to help keep impaired drivers off the road. The campaign runs December 13-31, 2017. Oldham County Police will increase patrols looking for drunk drivers. If we catch you drinking and driving, you will be pulled over and arrested. Don't put yourself, your passengers, and others at risk this holiday season by drinking and driving. Remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over!

Congratulations to Ofc. Robert Lane. He was awarded the Medal of Valor, and the Officer of Year award. Ofc. Lane received the Medal of Valor award for his quick thinking and action he took to rescue a mother, and her three children from their vehicle that was caught in a flash flood, with swift moving water. Ofc. Lanes actions put his own life at risk, to save four citizens from peril. Congratulations Ofc. Lane, and keep up the good work!

Congratulations to Ofc. T.J. Grace, on receiving the Lifesaving Medal, for 2017. Ofc. Grace came upon an accident victim with severe injuries. Ofc. Grace applied a tourniquet and provided lifesaving aid, which ultimately aided in the victim surviving his injuries. Keep up the great work, Ofc. Grace!

Congratulations to OCPD, Ofc. Dean Murray, on receiving the Vicki Zoeller-Steve Mockus award, and the Distinguished Service Commendation, for 2017. This award is presented by the Oldham County Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association, for outstanding public service. Keep up the great work Ofc. Murray!

Semi broken down in left lane between 17-18 NB I 71, expect delays.

Thank you again to Oldham County Schools and Chick-fil-A Springhurst for another successful Buckle Up For A Bite. Today we traveled to Buckner Elementary and Oldham County Middle School. If you weren't a car rider today don't worry, it's not too late to go online and claim your reward. Parents just follow the directions on the flyer sent home from school. Our next stop will be Locust Grove Elementary and East Oldham Middle School on 12/05.

Congratulations to newly promoted Sergeants Scott Crigler and Scott Wolf. Both gentlemen were promoted to the rank of Sergeant on November 7th, 2017, and were sworn in by Judge Executive David Voegele, in front of Fiscal Court. Both Sergeants will be assigned as Patrol Sergeants on their respective shifts.

Oldham County Police would like to thank Chick-fil-A Springhurst and Oldham County Schools for a successful start to Buckle Up For A Bite. This seat belt safety program will reach all elementary and middle schools within the district and reward students for making the right choice to buckle up!!!!!

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

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