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

New Scam Involving Medicare Cards! Help protect our Seniors. It is true that the new cards will be sent out from April 2018 to April 2019. Medicare has also warned of scams. Be aware — they do not charge for cards or want your personal information. The change explained is coming. Medicare cards without Social Security Numbers are coming. Here is an example of the new Medicare card. This is important information to get to people with Medicare, their families and friends, or adult kids who help parents with Medicare Here is what you need to know to protect yourself, family and friends. Starting April 1, 2018, Medicare will start a year-long project to replace all current Medicare cards for beneficiaries to convert to alphanumeric ID numbers. Currently, the ID number is your social security number. Scammers are opportunistic. First of all, the new Medicare card will come to you in the mail. You do not need to request it or do anything. It will show up. What Is the Scam? Somebody saying they are Medicare will call to tell you that you are getting a new Medicare card. However, until it comes you will need a temporary card. They say you will need to pay a fee for the card, and they indicate the fee is between $5 and $50. They want personal information, bank accounts or credit card numbers so they can process your temporary card. Things to Remember Medicare will never call you unless you ask them to. Medicare does all communications by mail unless you ask them to call Medicare will never call saying, “I work with Medicare and want to make sure you get everything you are entitled to.” How to Protect Yourself from This One? First, spread the word. Feel free to share this post. Use your answering machine to screen calls or just do not even answer a number you do not recognize. If it has happened to you or your friends or loved ones, and personal info has been given out (happens considerably more often than you think, so do not feel bad or stupid), immediately take action to protect yourself against identity theft.

MISSING FROM THE RILEY RD. AREA: "Ruger" 2 yr. old male Chocolate Lab. Has a camo collar with tags. Last seen on Poplar Ridge Rd. If located, please call John at 859-394-2265.

Advisory: Alexandria Community Center is now OPEN as a RED CROSS shelter for victims of flooding. In cooperation with Campbell County Emergency Management and at their request, the RED CROSS and the City have opened our Community Center as a 24 hour Emergency Shelter for ANYONE who has been displaced by flooding. Food, cots for sleeping, showers, games & movies for children as well as a place to charge medical equipment or any other needs you might have are available. No advanced notice is required. If you need shelter come on up and we will take care of you. You do NOT have to be from Alexandria or Campbell County to use us. Please, come if needed. Alexandria Community Center 8236 W. Main St. Alexandria, KY 41001 859-635-6359 or call Campbell County Consolidate Dispatch Center @ 859-292-3622 and ask to speak with an Alexandria Police Officer who can help direct you.

On February 20th, 2018, at approximately 07:20am, the School Resource Officer at Campbell County Middle School (8000 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, KY) was made aware of a juvenile that posted pictures of weapons and made threats to kill at a previous school. The school that was referenced is Sharp Middle School in Pendleton County. Alexandria Police Department contacted officials in Pendleton County who were aware of the situation. During our investigation the guns were found to be “pellet type.” No firearms were located. The juvenile was arrested is currently located at the Campbell County Juvenile Detention Center.

There is currently a post circulating claiming that the Alexandria Police Department has refused to address a traffic hazard in the area of Wal-Mart on US27. The state highway department was notified yesterday about a grate or manhole cover which had come loose in that area and as of yesterday they had responded and marked the hazard with cones and barrels. If there are ever any traffic issues which you feel need addressed please notify dispatch at (859)292-3622 so an officer can respond. Making posts to Facebook is not a very efficient way of notifying us of a problem.

Road is back open. Thanks for all your patience.

⭐️ACBA MEMBER SPOTLIGHT⭐️ BUSINESS: Connect Counseling, LLC OWNERS: Nina Howard & Emily Schubert WEBSITE: ADDRESS: 8333 Alexandria Pike Alexandria, KY 41001 PHONE: 859-908-0498 ABOUT: Established in 2017, Connect Counseling LLC provides holistic counseling services that aim to meet the behavioral and emotional needs of individuals and their families throughout the community. Areas of specialization include addressing the needs of behaviorally challenging youth, improving family interactions, teaching interpersonal and social skills, and improving emotional management and coping. Between Nina and Emily, they have provided the Northern Kentucky community with nearly 15 years of services in providing support and guidance to those that are struggling.

For more information contact our Police Social Worker (PSW) Kelly Pompilio @ (859) 635-4126

Just like people, pets' and live stocks' cold tolerance can vary from animal to animal based on their coat, body fat stores, activity level, and health. Be aware of your animals' tolerance for cold weather, and adjust accordingly.

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. 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