London Police Department

  • Agency: London Police Department
  • Address: 503 S Main St, London, 40741 KY
  • Chief: Elijah Hollon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 606-878-7004
Fax: (606) 878 9758

London Police Department is located at 503 S Main St, London, 40741 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Elijah Hollon. The London Police Department phone number is 606-878-7004.

London Police Department News

LONDON POLICE INVESTIGATE BODY FOUND NEAR LONG ST. LONDON KY—On Wednesday, Oct. 10th, 2018 London Police were notified through Dispatch of a possible body found on Long St. near a wooded area. Upon the arrival of Police, it was confirmed that a body was found. Due to the decomposition of the deceased, they were sent for an autopsy. The cause of death and identity of the individual is pending confirmation. The investigation is being continued by Det. Jessie Williams.

London Police Chief promotes two Officers to Sergeant LONDON KY—The London Police Department (LPD) has named Ofc. Travis Couch and Ofc. Justin Roby as the Department’s newest Sergeants. Sgt. Couch began his career at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy Sheriff in 2001, attended the Department of Criminal Justice Training’s (DOCJT) Police Academy in 2004, and has been at the LPD for 10 years. Sgt. Roby began his career in law enforcement at the LPD and attended the DOCJT’s Police Academy in 2011. He is the Alcoholic Beverage Control Administrator, a D.A.R.E. Officer, FATS firearms training simulator instructor, and Stop Stick instructor. “Both Travis and Justin have proven to be exceptional Officers and will make exceptional supervisors,” said London Police Chief Derek House.

Future policeman Jackson paid us a visit today to try out some gear, thanks for coming to see us!

A conversation starter, an accountability method, a reason to say "no" to drugs, and an easy out for peer pressure. Pick up a free "Give Me A Reason" Kit today at our Department and begin the conversation with your teen. Mon-Fri 8am-4pm.

We'd like to take a moment to thank the good Samaritan who found a purse in the road after watching a handful of vehicles stop and look inside, then drive off. This individual went out of their way to immediately turn it into the Police Department. Within a short period of time, the purse was returned to the original owner. Thank you for your kindness. If anyone loses a wallet, purse, keys, etc. in London, please turn it into our Department and we will hold onto it until the owner comes in to claim it.

Do you always use this safety feature? We highly recommend it!

Ofc. Kenny Jones made new friends at the Laurel-London Optimist Fun Day today!

We appreciate all who made it out this morning to Coffee With A Cop for National Coffee With A Cop Day, to meet their local police officers and have an open dialogue. We enjoy serving the London community!

Thanks to Wal-Mart D.C. for your $1,000 donation to Shop With A Cop! The London Police Department accepts Donations for Shop With A Cop anytime. Let's keep this program going strong in our community!

We made some junior officers out of little visitors at the Laurel County Public Library during Story Time!

Start the day out right with Coffee With A Cop! 7:30-10am with Sacred Grounds Mobile Espresso & Coffee Beverages! 🚔☕

LONDON POLICE MAKE DRUG ARRESTS ON SOUTHLAND DRIVE LONDON KY—On Monday, Oct. 1st at 6:30 p.m. London Police received a complaint of a suspicious person on Southland Dr. Through investigation, four individuals were arrested, two guns and a substantial amount of drugs and money were discovered. While driving on Southland Dr., Sgt. Richie Reynolds observed Justin S. Seeley, 23, of London running towards 72 Southland Dr. Seeley ignored Sgt. Reynolds’ commands to stop and he continued into the residence, shutting the door. Through investigation, it was discovered that Tristan S. Ward, 21, of London and Caitlin M. Smith, 18, of London were living at the residence. Officers conducted a safety sweep of the house to ensure it was clear. While conducting the safety sweep items located in plain view included four large jars of marijuana, three marijuana cigarettes, four vials of cannabis oil, a bundle of money, a plastic bag containing methamphetamine, multiple plastic baggies, two sets of digital scales, a glass pipe, and a fully loaded AR-15 with multiple loaded magazines. A search warrant was obtained by police and during the search, Scott E. Ward, 48, of London was located locked in a room. While searching the room, two sets of digital scales, a glass pipe, four baggies containing methamphetamine, and a .25 semi-automatic pistol were discovered. In total, $4,269, 51.50 grams of methamphetamine, and 107 grams of marijuana were seized from the residence. Assisting at the scene were Ofc. Justin Roby, Ofc. Dylan Hampton, Ofc. Troy Truett, and Ofc. Dillon Blair. Individuals arrested at the scene: • Justin S. Seeley, 23, of London was arrested charged with second-degree fleeing or evading police on foot. • Caitlin M. Smith, 18, of London was arrested and charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (methamphetamine), buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, and trafficking in marijuana. • Scott E. Ward, 48, of London was arrested and charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia. • Tristan S. Ward, 21, of London was arrested and charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (methamphetamine), buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, and trafficking in marijuana.

See you tomorrow!

Make your home a safer place for your children and teens, utilize our MedRX return unit in our front lobby that's under surveillance and open 24/7. ITEMS ACCEPTED: Prescription samples, patches, medications, and ointments Over-the-counter medications Vitamins Medications for pets ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED: Inhalers Thermometers Aerosol cans Medications from businesses or clinics Needles Blood test kits

Saturday, beginning at 8:30am, Main St. will be closed temporarily between 16th and Maple St. for the World Chicken Festival Parade. The Parade begins at 10am. Please use caution due to pedestrians and ONLY park in designated festival parking areas.

Make your festival experience a safe one!

Ofc. Blair has some important information to share about the World Chicken Festival!

The World Chicken Festival begins today at 5pm, view our safety checklist and have an enjoyable time!

***ROAD CLOSURE*** Beginning Thursday, at 9am Main St. will be closed from Maple to 3rd St. Also, Broad St. will remain closed. Long and Hill St. will be open for travel around the festival.

The London Police Department lost a dear friend today, Don Wattenbarger. Don served the community as a Laurel Co. Sheriff's Deputy, long-time London-Laurel Co. D.A.R.E. Board Member, and helped many local families through the Cumberland Valley Fraternal Order of Police's annual Shop With A Cop program which he and his wife, Virginia Wattenbarger, were an instrumental part of. Don's immense dedication to the D.A.R.E. Program was recognized through the naming of the D.A.R.E. Scholarships that are awarded annually to North and South Laurel High School students in his honor. He has made a great impact on our community in so many different ways and will always be remembered.

Next Wednesday is National Coffee With A Cop Day! Mark your calendars, come between 7:30-10:00am at the London Community Center for your free cup of coffee and say "hello" to an officer!

***ROAD CLOSURE*** Today, Broad Street will be shut down for the World Chicken Festival set-up.

Thanks again to all who came out for an enjoyable day in support of the World Chicken Festival London Laurel Co. DARE Golf Scramble benefitting the Don Wattenbarger Scholarship Fund!

A fundraiser benefitting the Don Wattenbarger Scholarship Fund. Through the annual scholarship a graduating senior from North and South Laurel High each receive $1,000 to the college of their choice.