Landrum Police Department

  • Agency: Landrum Police Department
  • Address: 100 N. Shamrock Ave, Landrum, 29356 SC
  • Chief: Bruce Shelnut (Chief of Police)
Phone: (864) 457-7281

Landrum Police Department is located at 100 N. Shamrock Ave, Landrum, 29356 SC. The Chief of Police of the department is Bruce Shelnut. The Landrum Police Department phone number is (864) 457-7281.

Landrum Police Department News

The City of Landrum will be holding a silent auction for our used vehicles from January 25th through February 16th. Sealed bids will be accepted at City Hall for any one of five vehicles, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To schedule an appointment to see the vehicles, please contact Officer Bouwkamp at the Landrum Police Department Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. See attached form for vehicle details.

The Landrum Police Department would like to remind everyone road conditions are expected to worsen tonight and into Thursday morning as the roadways re-freeze. Please exercise extreme caution if it becomes necessary to drive. South Carolina Division of Transportation (DOT) Winter Weather Road Conditions System Link:

The Landrum Police Department is seeking to identify these Suspects in reference to a Shoplifting that occurred on 11-17-2017 at the Roadrunner Market located at 1880 Highway 14 East Landrum SC 29356. If you can assist please call 864-457-7281 reference case number 17-11-17-01 or email

The Landrum Police Department is seeking the identity of this Suspect in reference to an incident that occurred on 12-01-17 at the Hot Spot in Landrum. Please refer to case number 17-12-01-01.

We have heavy hearts today, because part of our family, retired Police K-9 Bruno passed away today of natural causes. Bruno served the City of Landrum selflessly for many years. Bruno got to enjoy his retirement at the home of his Handler Officer J. Coffin. Please remember Officer Coffin and his family as they grieve. Bruno grew to be part of Officer Coffin’s family and will be greatly missed. Bruno will always be remembered and in our hearts. R.I.P Bruno

We are accepting applications. If you want to join a team that is more like a family then come by Landrum City Hall and pick up a application packet.

As everyone in the Upstate is preparing for Hurricane Irma to make landfall this weekend or early next week just a few reminders to keep everyone safe during the storm. Create an emergency supply kit to save valuable time later. The kit should include everything an individual or family would need for at least two weeks, especially medicines and other supplies that might be hard to find after a storm strikes. Maintain a supply of water and non-perishable food. Charge cellphones, computers and other electronic devices in advance of the storm to stay connected to important safety and response information. Consider purchasing portable chargers and make sure they are fully charged as well. Stay away from power lines that have fallen or are sagging. Consider all lines energized as well as trees, limbs or anything in contact with lines. Never drive through standing water, there are several areas that flood in our area which could be deeper than is expected. There is also the possibility that flood waters have eroded the roadways or substrate which could cause your vehicle to become stuck trapping you inside the vehicle. Duke Energy is making preparations for the storm in case it makes its way to the us if you are experiencing an outage or downed power lines you can call: Duke Energy customers – 800.769.3766 Duke Energy Progress customers – 800.419.6356 For a “Hurricane Kit Checklist,” important safety tips and more information on what to do before, during and after a storm, visit

**Update** Spartanburg County animal control was able to locate the owner through the animals microchip. Officers found a female German Shepard at 14 and S Shamrock Ave at 11pm tonight. The dog has a red leash and collar on it but no tags. If this is your dog contact the Landrum Police Department or Spartanburg County Dispatch Center.

The Landrum Police Department is teaming up with the Landrum High School Cardinals to collect cases of bottled water to donate to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Donations will be accepted at Landrum City Hall between 8AM and 5PM until Friday, September 1st. What is collected will be donated on Friday afternoon so please drop it off before 5PM.

The Landrum Police Department has been receiving several complaints of animals being left in vehicles with the windows cracked and vehicle off recently. This is a reminder that animals should never be left in vehicles as the temperatures rise and fall quickly which could be a deadly situation for your pets. Before you leave the house, ask yourself if you need to bring your pet, if the answer is "No" leave them at home.

Just a reminder that Spartanburg County District One schools go back in session on August 17. This means that school buses will be back on the roads and everyone here at the Landrum Police Department would like to remind motorists to watch for children walking to and from school as well as buses that are stopped loading and unloading children. The Landrum Police Department will be watching for reckless driving in school zones as well as motorists passing school buses. Lets keep our children safe and have a great school year.

------PLEASE READ------ Good morning! We wanted to give everyone a heads up. If you look for items or need work done and u are using the social media groups to find them. PLEASE be careful. Be sure to vet folks that are going to work for you. These are great place for scam artist to be lurking. Remember when purchasing items from those sites to be sure your getting what u are supposed to be and not stolen property. From our family to yours Please be vigilant. Thank you.

Good Evening! We would like the community's help. There have been a few bear sightings in the area. We would encourage you to be sure to report it, remember bears can be very dangerous. It is not a good idea to approach them weather on the ground or in a tree. We are understanding that if you leave them be most of the time they will return from where they came from. So remember it is exciting to see them, but it is also very dangerous. So please stay clear from them and call to report where it is they are. Thanks for the help. Thank you.

You Can pick an Application up from City Hall.

We want to wish everyone a happy and safe 4th of July!

Yes a Big Thank you!!. It is so appreciated and so humbling knowing that you guys took the time out of your days to think of others. Such an awesome Community we have here in Landrum, One of the Best For Sure!! Thanks again!