Alexandria Police Department

  • Agency: Alexandria Police Department
  • Address: 8236 West Main Street, Alexandria, 41001 KY
  • Chief: Col J Michael Ward, II (Chief of Police)
Phone: (859) 635-4126
Fax: (859) 635-4123

Alexandria Police Department is located at 8236 West Main Street, Alexandria, 41001 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Col J Michael Ward, II. The Alexandria Police Department phone number is (859) 635-4126.

Alexandria Police Department News

In reference to the earlier post regarding Tokyo Dragon, any inquiries should be directed to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) rather than the U.S. Office of the Attorney General, as earlier stated.

We have received several questions about an incident that occurred in the city yesterday. At approximately 10am the Alexandria Police Department assisted with several other agencies on an investigation at the Tokyo Dragon Restaurant as well as a private residence in the city. At this time we are unable to provide any further details as this is an ongoing investigation. Any further inquiries can be directed to Homeland Security or Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

NATIONAL TAKE-BACK INITIATIVE October 28, 2017 10:00am - 2:00pm Alexandria Community Center

If you know of someone suffering, please call us!

HEROES DAY is a GO! We have things set up inside and out. Come join us and support our Heroes and the FOP Cops & Kids program.

Be advised, Campbell County High School's Homecoming Parade will begin this evening at 6:30 PM. Roadway closures between Fairgrounds Lane, East Main Street, and Washington Street will begin around 6:10.

Congratulations Sheriff Jansen!

Our next RAD class (Rape Aggression Defense) is scheduled for Nov. 2nd, 7th, 9th & 14th from 6:00-9:00pm at the Alexandria Fire Department. It's a free class open all females 13 yrs. & older. Application is available on our website or by contacting our office 859-635-4126. Application and background check must be completed prior to the start of the first class. For further information, call Lori Mathews at 859-409-2206.

EQUIFAX DATA BREACH: What to do. We received this Official letter from the Federal Trade Commission and they asked us to share with anyone.

Our sincere thanks to Terry DeMio from the Enquirer for doing such outstanding work putting a face to this problem. If you know of anyone suffering and in need of help, contact us immediately for treatment. 859-635-4126 or just come see us. http://www.cincinnati.com/videos/news/2017/09/10/video-180-ods-18-deaths-1-week;-how-heroin-crisis-normal-now/105408394/

Doing our best for those suffering in our community. If you know of anyone who needs help, please don't hesitate to contact us. Time = Lives. https://news.vice.com/story/local-police-opioid-crisis-ohio-kentucky

HEROES DAY IN ALEXANDRIA Sunday, October 8, 2017 12:30pm - 4:30pm Campbell County Middle School Sponsored by: Holidays in Alexandria to benefit FOP #10 Cops & Kids program. Mark your calendar!!

Photos by: Lisa Childers

The Alexandria Fair Parade will begin tonight at 6:30, all streets in the area of Washington and East Main will be closed beginning at 6:10. Please plan accordingly for traffic delays associated with the parade

Yesterday morning we received several reports of outgoing mail being stolen from mailboxes in several areas of the city. We recommend that if you are mailing any sort of sensitive material like checks or personal information please consider dropping your mail at the post office or in a secure mail drop box. The suspect vehicle in this incident is possibly white Hyundai with two males inside. If you have any information concerning these incidents please call dispatch at (859)292-3622.

If it happens across the river, it's going to show up here. Please think about your actions, there are always consequences and unintended consequences. APD is tired of putting people into body bags. http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2017/08/07/drug-overdose-surge-hits-hamilton-county/544367001/

“Recovery Mission” Acorn Court in the Brookwood Subdivison – Alexandria On August 3rd, 2017, at approximately 2:30pm, report of a construction worker (in his 30’s) trapped in a hole. The male was in the ground about 10 to 12 feet and had dirt on the lower half of his body. Numerous agencies on scene; Alexandria Fire Department, Covington Fire Department, Campbell County Emergency Management, Erlanger Fire Department to name a few. He was freed at 5:15pm and alert throughout the incident. He was then air cared to University Hospital. Thank you to the residents of Brookwood for your patience. Sgt. Natalie Selby

Have you seen us? We went missing this morning from the area of Washington St., California, KY. We're both chipped, but only one of us has a collar on. If seen, please call our owner, Kayla Fryman, @ 859-739-1195.