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

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GRANDPARENT SCAM ALERT! The grandparent scam is a form of telephone fraud. The scammer phones a grandparent and pretends to be a grandchild in distress and asks that funds be wired to a specified location. The scammers may also say that the grandchild needs money because of an accident, an injury, a theft or an arrest. Sometimes the "grandchild" pleads that other family members not be told because DUI or embarrassing circumstances are involved. The scammers can be very persuasive. In addition, the emotional distress caused by being told that a loved one is in trouble can make one abandon rational thought. Never wire money to an unknown person. If you receive a call about a family member in distress in a foreign country, verify the information with family members. The best way to stop this scam is to educate the public!

Sgt Lucas Cooper graduates from the Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Criminal Justice Executive Development Class #21.

Working hard for a "Safer Alexandria" Alexandria is considered one of the top safest places to live in Kentucky. We are proud of the fact that 7 other cities in Campbell County made the top 30 list too. http://www.elitepersonalfinance.com/safest-places-kentucky/

https://www.facebook.com/paariusa/videos/1943129822617972/. Kelly Pompilio and Christina Marie Sieve-Weinel will be speaking at 12:30 today tune in as the speak about the Alexandria Police Angel Program

We would like to thank Alexandria First Assembly of God for providing Thanksgiving meals to all of our officers who are working today.

We are currently accepting applications for lateral police officers. More information can be found at http://alexandriaky.org/employment-opportunities/

Happy Thanksgiving Alexandria! We are thankful for the opportunity to serve you and wish you, your family and friends a wonderful holiday weekend. Please drive safely, leave early and don’t be in a hurry.

We support our brothers and sisters in gray. https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bgdailynews.com%2Fopinion%2Four_opinion%2Flegislature-must-adequately-fund-state-police%2Farticle_968c86c5-e028-5b9d-87fb-6e42ce3871a3.html&data=02%7C01%7Cawayneturner%40msn.com%7C69bb71f066c44c70c7c608d5312a0c8f%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C636468979013963935&sdata=BzoVIOEFVmWzwh1oelBJ1FAnHPzTJxXgez817FY87qU%3D&reserved=0

Police Officer – Lateral Entries Only If you are a Kentucky POPS certified law enforcement officer or an officer currently working for an out of state agency and wish to explore your opportunities with the City of Alexandria, please click below. http://alexandriaky.org/employment-opportunities/

Charlotte Wethington, Recovery Advocate, conducted an interview with APD Sgt. Natalie Selby on various topics pertaining to mental health and substance abuse disorders. Sgt. Selby is a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) police instructor. Watch the video clip for valuable information on these disorders shared from the police perspective.

John Tilley, Secretary of Justice & Public Safety Cabinet, joins the Alexandria Addiction Community Training & Support (ACTS) Angel Volunteers and our Volunteers In Police Service (VIPS) to discuss the heroin epidemic and other issues facing law enforcement in Kentucky today. We thank Secretary Tilley for his time and his leadership.

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.