Cowpens Police Department

  • Agency: Cowpens Police Department
  • Address: 5330 N Main St, Cowpens, 29330 SC
  • Chief: Ric Makupson (Chief of Police)
Phone: (864) 463-3201
Fax: (864) 463-8559

Cowpens Police Department is located at 5330 N Main St, Cowpens, 29330 SC. The Chief of Police of the department is Ric Makupson. The Cowpens Police Department phone number is (864) 463-3201.

Cowpens Police Department News

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead one hour tonight. It’s also a great time to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and test them out.

Contact Spartanburg Sheriff’s Office if you have any information.

Keep your toys safe! Even with the weather getting warmer and the days getting longer, don’t forget to keep up with your #9pmRoutine.

Ashley Wiley and Bobby Deyoung sentenced for burglaries in Cowpens and around Spartanburg County.

Heroes are never forgotten! Take a moment to remember Deputy Kevin Carper's family. Deputy Carper paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to keep the residents of Spartanburg County safe.

****UPDATE THE BICYCLE WAS FOUND**** We just wanted to thank the public for all the help and shares the bike was recovered late yesterday. *****BOLO***** This Retro Schwinn Red Cruiser bicycle was stolen from Branch St in the Town of Cowpens. If you see this bicycle or have any information on its location. Please call the Cowpens Police Department. 864-463-3201

School bus safety: •Never enter the danger zone to pick up papers, gloves, balls, etc. •Always cross in-front of the bus. Wait for the bus driver to signal you across. •Wait for the bus to come to a complete stop before walking towards the bus.

We encourage you to mark this on your calendars and go if you have a trailer. It’s a great way to help find it if it’s ever stolen.

Suspect has been identified as Thomas Columbus Foster. Mr. Foster has been charged with shoplifting and is at Spartanburg County Detention Center.


This is why we encourage you guys to follow the #9pmRoutine and to not leave your vehicles running while unattended. Please make sure you lock your vehicles and never, ever leave them running when you are not in it.

Chief Meredith means business. Follow your #9pmRoutine

This suspect has been identified as Gabriel Thomure. He has been located and incarcerated at the Spartanburg County Detention Center. Our agency has received information that the vehicle pictured has been seen around the Town of Cowpens. If spotted, contact us or Spartanburg City Police directly.

We may not be getting snow...but let's help put a smile on Officer Owens' face! #9pmRoutine

Prevent a burglary. Follow the tips to keep your home safe.

You can wash your car today in the rain if you prefer, but if you decide to drive, turn your headlights ON! It’s not for you, but for the other drivers to be able to see you on the road!

Stay safe this winter. Be mindful of where you place space heaters and other heating devices.

Even our business owners are getting into the routine! #9pmRoutine

Our thoughts and prayers are with our Law Enforcement Family!