Martinsville Police Department

  • Agency: Martinsville Police Department
  • Address: 19 W Cumberland St, Martinsville, 62442 IL
  • Chief: Herman A Davidson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 217-382-4023
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Martinsville Police Department is located at 19 W Cumberland St, Martinsville, 62442 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Herman A Davidson. The Martinsville Police Department phone number is 217-382-4023.

Martinsville Police Department News

If anyone knows the owner of this dog please contact the Police Department by message or call 217-382-4023. Thanks!

If anyone knows the owner of this dog please contact the Police Department by message or call 217-382-4023. Thanks!

If anyone knows the owner of this dog please contact the Police Department by message or call 217-382-4023. Thanks!

Now that school is upon us once again, please be mindful of you're surroundings. Several children walk to and from school every day. Please obey all traffic laws to help make sure they get where they are going safley. The community is stronger when we work together!

If you know the owner of this dog please call the Police Department at 217-382-4023.

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On Friday April 13th a small white Rat Terrier dog ran off from their owners address. On Sunday April 15th that same Rat Terrier was shot and killed and was placed on the back porch of the owners residence. If anyone has information regarding this matter please message this page privately.

Please be careful while traveling today, there are currently several spots in the city with running water on the roadways. York St. South of the railroad tracks, Jefferson St. South of the railroad tracks, Union St. South of the railroad tracks and Washington St. at Highway 40. We understand that it may be inconvenient, but please do not attempt to cross running water on the roadway. We want you to be safe!

**Owner was located**If anyone knows the owner of this dog please call the Police Department at 382-4023.

If anyone knows the owner of this dog please contact City Hall at 213-382-4323.

Be advised the York st. and Union st. Railroad crossings are currently blocked by a train that's still on the tracks.

If anyone knows the owner of this dog please call City Hall at 382-4323.

** Owner has been notified, thanks for the help!**Does anyone know the owner of this dog? If so please contact City Hall at 382-4023.

If you're out and about tonight please be careful. It is very slick!

Small Town? That won't stop us from doing everything in our power to protect your children. Today we conducted Emergency Lockdown drills. For those worried we don't have enough Officers to protect your children, or respond to any call for that matter, think twice. We routinely have calls which require more Officers and other agencies respond, most times because they know we need them, not because we asked. During our Emergency Drills, as well as with any bona fide emergency, Officers from all around WILL respond to the threat, even in our small town! Today five Officers responded to the high school to participate, only 2 were on duty, the others responded not because they were getting paid, because your children needed them. Emergency Drills are a part of our bigger picture of responding to a crisis! P.S. your administration, faculty and your kids, yes your kids, did awesome! They took the drill seriously and a few things were learned by all.

** We have located the owner and it only took 4 minutes. Thanks!**If anyone knows the owner of this animal, please call the Police Department at 2173824023. Thanks!

Congratulations to the Football team for winning the Home Coming game!

The Martinsville Bluestreak Booster Club painted signs and posted them all over Martinsville. They asked for pictures next to their signs to show School Spirit. We know how hard they worked on these signs and this one in particular had a double meaning for us! Martinsville Bluestreaks, your local law enforcement agencies love your school spirit, and as your local law enforcement agencies, "We Bleed Blue, Times Two". Enjoy your homecoming, be safe, and have fun! #bluestreaksgotgame

This man is wanted in the theft of a moped bike that accrued Sunday September 17th at 2:37 am. He is described as a white male with a short goatee, short side burns and short hair. We know it is a long shot due to the video quality, but if you have any information please do not hesitate to pass it along. City Halls number is 217-382-4323. Thank you!

The Martinsville Police Department is now seeking applications for a FULL time Police Officer position. Applications will be accepted now through October 31st. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, and must have a High School diploma, or an approved G.E.D course. Applications may be obtained at City Hall (19 W. Cumberland) from 8am-4pm Monday – Friday. The City of Martinsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Trooper Robinson, and Deputy Crouch put on a show for the kids at Saftey Day.

Very excited to be part of "Saftey Day" at the Martinsville Elementary School. Today we spoke to the kids about stranger danger, and what to do if they were to come in contact with a stranger. The high light of the day was when Trooper Robinson put on a K-9 demonstration for the kids. Thanks to Deputy Crouch for being the "lab rat" for the show, and thanks to Deputy Sanders for assisting the MPD in our stranger danger presentation. As always a Big shout out to the Martinsville Elementary School for inviting us to such an important day!

Had a great time at the Elementary School open house event. We welcomed back students and greeted new ones aswell. First day of school is tomorrow and we would like to remind everyone when dropping and picking up students that you should be aware of you're surroundings and are looking out for other kids and vehicles. Be safe, be smart and have a great school year!

This man and vehicle were involved in a retail theft at the Travel Mart on Sunday July 9th. The vehicle is a silver Ford Focus, with window damage, and front passenger side bumper damage. This vehicle has been seen in the Clark County area this week. If anyone has seen this person or vehicle please contact the Police Department at 382-4023, or send a private message. Thank you!