Georgetown Police Department

  • Agency: Georgetown Police Department
  • Address: 550 Bourbon Street, Georgetown, 40324 KY
  • Chief: Greg Reeves (Chief of Police)
Phone: (502) 863-7826
Fax: 502-867-6991

Georgetown Police Department is located at 550 Bourbon Street, Georgetown, 40324 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Reeves. The Georgetown Police Department phone number is (502) 863-7826.

Georgetown Police Department News

All children welcome! Please visit with your neighborhood police and enjoy pizza and drinks! Children will receive socks, warm hats, gloves and a blanket. We heard that Santa will be visiting and may have a stocking full of treats to share.

The Georgetown Kentucky Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association is preparing for their annual Cops with Socks on Tuesday, December 5th! Would you like to help them continue their efforts in bringing community children and police together? They are in need of the items listed below. You may drop off donations at the police department - 550 Bourbon Street, Monday - Friday, 8-4.

GPD is accepting applications for a Certified Police Officer Position. Join the men and women who protect the fastest growing community in Kentucky! We Offer: Competitive Salary Single and Family Medical Plans Dental and Vision Plans Hazardous Duty Retirement Annual Uniform / Clothing Allowance Take Home Fleet Wellness Program Balanced Care Clinic - Care Here Long Term Disability Provided $25,000 Life Insurance Provided Applications may be picked up online at www.georgetownky.gov. Completed applications must be returned to Georgetown City Hall.

Officers responded to the BP gas station on Falls Creek Drive this afternoon reference to a theft of a wallet. An older gentleman left his wallet on a counter by mistake at the BP, and the subject pictured used his grocery bag of items he just purchased to pick up the wallet. If anyone has any information on this case or the identity of the male pictured (see comments for still photo) or from the video, please contact Officer Tommy Enricco at Tommy.enricco@georgetownpolice.org, message us through Facebook, message us through our MYPD app, or contact Scott County dispatch at 502-863-7820.

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Kohl's Shoplifting On 08/18/2017 and 08/29/2017, the male and female pictured in the below images, entered Kohl’s and stole shoes on both dates. They left in a dark colored SUV. We realize the images are poor quality but are hopeful that someone knows about these two incidents. If you have any information, please email Officer Ryan Hill at ryan.hill@georgetownpolice.org; message us through our MyPD app; call Dispatch at (502) 863-7820 or send us a private message through Facebook messenger.

Kohl's Shoplifting Please help us identify the females pictured in the below images. On 10-18-2017, these females shoplifted merchandise and then went to customer service to fraudulently return the items for cash. They were observed leaving in a dark colored Ford Explorer. You can send us a private message through our Facebook; use our MyPD app or contact Officer Tommy Enricco direct at 502-863-7826 x 878.

LAST NIGHT to walk through The Haunted Hollow! We thought we knew what we were getting into but learned there were some unexpected extra things lurking in the woods along the trail. You couldn’t always see them or it. Dark shadows.....twigs snapping underfoot and leaves rustling .....catch something out of the corner of your eye......hear it’s labored breathing nearby - actually feel it on the back of your neck. One of our guides disappeared. Tonight is it. If you think you can handle it. We will try to help you through. $10 cash only 235 W Yusen Way Recommended for kids 12 and older but parents can use their own judgment. Dress warm. Perfect weather. And if you get hungry the Lunch Line will have concessions. We can’t wait to see you there. Start at 8:00 pm!! If you make it through this, escape to the Haunted Trails of Whispering Woods - Whispering Woods Riding Stables at 265 Wright Lane.

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A sneak peak at the Haunted Hollow happenings.

We are waiting for you.......... 2 Nights Only. $10 cash only Eat at the Lunch Line while you wait.

2 NIGHTS ONLY STARTING TONIGHT!!! 8:00pm - midnight. $10 Arrive hungry and ready to be scared!!! The Lunch Line will have concessions while you wait or after.........if you make it out! And on the chance, you are REALLY frightened, Bypass Rental will take care of you on that end with Porta-Potties.

Counting Down.... The Haunted Hollow Are you coming?

GPD needs your assistance identifying the below individual who was involved in a burglary at the Scott County High School on 10/17/2017. Anyone with information please contact Officer Ben Martin - 502-863-7820 or submit your tips anonymously with our MYPD App.

Congratulations to Officer Joey Valdez and Blake Lizer. Both officers were awarded Life Saving Awards last night for their heroic efforts a at recent structure fire. Both officers responded to a structure fire on Lemons Mill Road. Upon arrival, they observed a residence fully engulfed in flames with black smoke pouring out of the residence. Witnesses at the scene notified the officers that they believed the home owner was still inside the residence. With the assistance of a Scott County Sheriff’s Deputy, Lizer and Valdez made forcible entry into the home and located a unresponsive female just inside the doorway. Officers carried the female from the burning structure and Georgetown Scott County EMS took over medical care. Great job Officer Valdez, Officer Lizer and Sgt Jeremy Nettles!

Your weekend plans are already made. You’re welcome!! Worried you may get hungry while trying to find your way out of the haunted woods? Well worry no more! We have you covered. The Lunch Line will have concessions available. Jump over to their page and give them a like. Fear, Fun & Food! Be sure to like and follow The Haunted Hollow for details. Thank you to All our sponsors. We appreciate you.

Thanks WKYT and Caitlin Centner for helping share information on the Seeking Solace Suitcase Project. If you are in an abusive relationship and need help, call us. #guidingvictimspromotingsurvivors #youarenotalone

Seeking Solace Suitcase Project #guidingvictimspromotingsurvivors #youarenotalone Thank you to the Scott County Hospitality House and Junior League of Lexington for coordinating with GPD Victim Advocate Meghan Shook, Grace Christian, and 70 plus volunteers to pack suitcases for individuals in our community who need assistance removing themselves from domestic violence. Our goal is to remove as many obstacles as possible to help our victims become survivors and stay safe. Thank you to everyone that volunteered today. We can always count on this community to come together when there is a need. Correction: Our apologies for inadvertently leaving out the Junior League of Lexington. Thank you for sponsoring this event.

In acknowledgment of Friday the 13th, we are excitedly counting down the days....... Will you brave this terrifying trail? If you become too afraid, we are pretty sure there are "people" in the woods that will be glad to get you back to safety. Like The Haunted Hollow page to stay in the know.

Serving in a different way! Guess what we got to do today? We were invited to serve lunch to the incredible kids of Georgetown Middle School. This was in support of National School Lunch Week. There were a few surprised gazes and many crinkled noses when we eagerly encouraged the kids to eat their broccoli. Of course we didn’t have to ask twice if anyone wanted pizza. We did observe several double takes when the kids realized their amazing nutrition staff had been replaced by their local police officers. But the highlight of our day was the thumbs up, hugs, the smiles on their faces, silly stories and sincere thank you’s when they learned we were there to simply serve them lunch. Must say, this was a pretty cool way to spend our lunch break. A huge thanks to Scott County Schools Nutrition Services Manager Lori Knight for inviting us to be a part of the GMS lunch program. And..... hats off to the nutrition staff. You have our utmost admiration and respect for the impressive task you preform everyday for these kids. Simply Amazing!!! #nationalschoollunchweek

Please join us in welcoming Officer Joshua Scott to the Georgetown Police Department.