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

Traffic Alert - Clayton Ave is closed at Hollyhock Lane due to a water main break. Please avoid this area if possible. Roadway expected to be closed for some time as crews work to repair. #GPD will provide updates as we have them.

#GPD Officers arrest Columbus Ohio Homicide Suspect - On 5/30/18 at approximately 12:40 Georgetown Police Officers received information that a suspect wanted for a homicide in Columbus Ohio was traveling South on I75 and had possibly exited at the 126 exit. A GPD Officer located the vehicle a short time later on Outlet Center Drive and with the assistance of other GPD, Scott County Sheriff’s Deputies and KSP the suspect was taken into custody without incident. More information will follow as this incident develops. Great Job GPD and thank you to the SCSO and KSP for your assistance!

Attached are the routes for this years Horsey 100. Please use caution as you travel these roadways this weekend.

We are pleased to announce the Horsey Hundred begins today and runs through Sunday. Motorists, please be aware of the many cyclists that will be sharing our roads this weekend. The Georgetown Police Department has partnered again with Agencies from Scott County Sheriffs Office, Stamping Ground Police Department, Franklin County Sheriffs Office, Frankfort Police Department, Woodford County Sheriffs Office, Versailles Police Department, Bourbon County Sheriffs Office and Paris Police Department to help ensure the safety of this event. We will be providing more information regarding routes the cyclists will be using in our next post. Thank you to Georgetown College for being a wonderful host for this event each year.

We have had some great firearms training over the past few weeks, below is Range Instructor Steve Hess awarding Officer Lewis Crump with the “top shot” award during firearms training.

GPD needs your help in identifying the subject below. Please contact Sgt Allgood at 502-863-7820 ext810

Georgetown’s Fallen Officer Memorial Ceremony.

Please join us today at 11:00am at the Court House Square for our Police Memorial Ceremony. This Ceremony is to honor our Nation’s Police Officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities.

Thank you Debbie Poe for the ice cream, helping us keep cool during police week.

GPD had a great time last night teaching about finger prints to the scouts from 202 and 209. Thanks for having us out.

With the heavy rains several roadways are becoming flooded. Please drive with caution! Officers and Public Works are currently working to place caution signs in the flooded areas.

Please join us at the Court House Square on Monday, May 21st at 11:00am for our Police Memorial Ceremony. This Ceremony is to honor our Nation's Police Officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities.

Thank you Alison for thinking of our officers!!! #nationalpoliceweek

Footage from the 5K!

Live at the 5K. Plenty of time left, stop by and challenge yourself!!

Thank you Top Gun Auto Sales for supporting our community! This years 5K “Top Gun” winner is TeamLevi, Levi Delimpo. Levi is a true champion and is well represented at the 5K, lots of #TeamLevi shirts here today! Top Gun Auto Sales graciously donates $500.00 to our Top Gun Winner.

Elkhorn Crossing School Law and Justice Students are ready to tackle the 5K with Guts!! Getting their war faces ready!!! Plenty of time for you to come challenge the course!!

Chief Bosse with a quick climb up “The Wall”!!

Thank you U.S. Army for bringing out “The Wall”!! Do you have what it takes to beat the 5k with Guts and the wall??? Come find out!! GO Army!!!!

Georgetown’s Finest 5k is live!! It’s a beautiful day, perfect weather, come on out and support your Georgetown Police Department!

Come out on Saturday for a beautiful day and a great challenge.

GPD is investigating a commercial burglary that occurred on May 6th at the Sherwin Williams Paint Store. Unknown Subject(s) entered the business sometime during the night and removed cash from the store. The suspect(s) also caused a heavy amount of property damage during the course of the burglary. If you have any information about this incident please contact the Georgetown Police Department @ 502-863-7826. anonymous crime tips may also be submitted via our MYPD APP.

GPD needs your help with a recent burglary that occurred on Military Street in Georgetown. Unknown subject(s) entered a detached garage and removed approximately $1,000.00 worth of tools. Stolen items include a Red Air Compressor and Dewalt battery operated tools, Saw, Drill etc. If you have any information about this burglary please contact the Georgetown Police Department @ 502-863-7826. You may also submit your crime tips anonymously via our MYPD APP.

The Georgetown Police Department is reminding individuals to take note of a few simple safety tips to help prevent thefts from vehicles. Lock your doors and close your windows — the majority of thefts from vehicles reported each year involve cars that were left unlocked. Always lock your doors and put your windows up, regardless of where you are parking, to avoid making your vehicle an easy target. Remove valuables from sight — leaving a GPS unit on the dashboard or a laptop computer bag on the back seat is asking for trouble. Numerous electronic devices — even change left in cup holders — can be easily grabbed by thieves. Secure valuable items in the trunk or cover them up and keep them out of view, preferably before you reach your destination. Park in well-lit areas — parking in a well-lit area, where your vehicle is highly visible, will also deter thieves. Choose an area with high amounts of vehicle or pedestrian traffic. Eliminate the signs of valuables — Car break-ins are not usually random. Thieves look for signs of valuables, such as an empty GPS mount on the dashboard or windshield, or power cables and chargers. Some companies make bean bag-style mounts for your GPS unit, which leave no suction cup marks and can be removed quickly.