Zionsville Police Department

  • Agency: Zionsville Police Department
  • Address: 1075 Parkway Drive, Zionsville, 46077-1951 IN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 317-873-5967
Fax: 317-873-8026

Zionsville Police Department is located at 1075 Parkway Drive, Zionsville, 46077-1951 IN. The Zionsville Police Department phone number is 317-873-5967.

Zionsville Police Department News

What an amazing day at Creekside Middle School today for the Central Indiana Crime Stoppers “Shred it Day”. Today #ZPD along with our partners at the Carmel Police Department collected hundreds of pounds of expired and unwanted pharmaceuticals. Over a thousand vehicles passed through the event today helping raise approximately $9439.35 in donations for Crime Stoppers”. #ZPD and #CPD were able to collect approximately 350 lbs of pharmaceuticals for destruction. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

#ZPD offers you a FREE and SAFE way to dispose of your unwanted and expired medications. #DrugTakeBack #Zionsville 🚔🆓💊🗑👍🏻😃 ***Help #ZPD reach its goal of collecting 100 LBS of drugs in October. The Take Back collection bin is available to you 24/7.*** Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Highlights from Week•6 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Tonight students will be provided instruction from Captain Charles White of #ZPD’s Criminal Investigation Division. Students will also be given a glimpse into the Drug Task Force by Detective Elizabeth Frost. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

Highlights from Week•6 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Tonight students will be provided instruction from Captain Charles White of #ZPD’s Criminal Investigation Division. Students will also be given a glimpse into the Drug Task Force by Detective Elizabeth Frost. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

Highlights from Week•6 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Tonight students will be provided instruction from Captain Charles White of #ZPD’s Criminal Investigation Division. Students will also be given a glimpse into the Drug Task Force by Detective Elizabeth Frost. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

#ZPD offers you a FREE and SAFE way to dispose of your unwanted and expired medications. #DrugTakeBack #Zionsville 🚔🆓💊🗑👍🏻😃 ***Help #ZPD reach its goal of collecting 100 LBS of drugs in October. The Take Back collection bin is available to you 24/7.*** Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Highlights from Week•5 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy have been added to photo album. Citizens were provided insight and practical training on firearms safety and manipulation. Students also were provided instruction and training on STOPS (traffic stop training) and Active Shooter. A big thank you to Chief Tyson Warmoth and Officer Jason Morgan of the Lebanon Police Department for the use of their amazing facility. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the following instructors and support staff. Without the help and expertise of the following the academy experience would not be as amazing as it is today. • Chief Robert Knox • Captain J. Morris • Captain C. White • Detective E. Frost • Lieutenant D. Sterling • Sergeant S. Dennemann • Officer J. Rupp Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Highlights from Week•5 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Citizens were provided insight and practical training on firearms safety and manipulation. Students also were provided instruction and training on STOPS (traffic stop training) and Active Shooter. A big thank you to Chief Tyson Warmoth and Officer Jason Morgan of the Lebanon Police Department for the use of their amazing facility. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the following instructors and support staff. Without the help and expertise of the following the academy experience would not be as amazing as it is today. • Chief Robert Knox • Captain J. Morris • Captain C. White • Detective E. Frost • Lieutenant D. Sterling • Sergeant S. Dennemann • Officer J. Rupp Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

Highlights from Week•5 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Citizens were provided insight and practical training on firearms safety and misc. Firearms Instructor Liz Frost providing instruction to Sue Jones as she prepares to manipulate the rifle. A big thank you to Chief Tyson Warmoth and Officer Jason Morgan of the Lebanon Police Department. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

Highlights from Week•5 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Citizens were provided insight and practical training on firearms safety and manipulation. Students also were provided instruction and training on STOPS (traffic stop training) and Active Shooter. A big thank you to Chief Tyson Warmoth and Officer Jason Morgan of the Lebanon Police Department for the use of their amazing facility. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the following instructors and support staff. Without the help and expertise of the following the academy experience would not be as amazing as it is today.

Highlights from Week•5 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. Citizens were provided insight and practical training on firearms safety and manipulation. Students also were provided instruction and training on STOPS (traffic stop training) and Active Shooter. A big thank you to Chief Tyson Warmoth and Officer Jason Morgan of the Lebanon Police Department for the use of their amazing facility. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the following instructors and support staff. Without the help and expertise of the following the academy experience would not be as amazing as it is today.

#ZPD would like to encourage you to review a few safety tips that will help you and your vehicle from becoming an easy target for thieves. Please secure all of your valuables and always lock your vehicle. Your vehicle is less likely to be broken into when it appears empty and void of any valuables. Safety tips provided by sfsafe.org. Lieutenant Adrian Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Congratulations #ZFD Deputy Chief Jeff Beam, and #ZPD Lieutenant Bryan Sauer for graduating from the 2018 Boone County Leadership Class. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Tonight was #ZPD’s Week•4 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. This evening Citizens were exposed to our K-9 program and provided a presentation by Boone County Prosecutor Kent Eastwood. Thanks to K-9 Handler Officer Josh Stutesman & Jelka and K-9 Handler Jacob Shelburne & Thor. Awesome job officers. The folks are having a great time. Thank you to Prosecutor Eastwood. Chief Robert Knox Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Tonight was #ZPD’s Week•4 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. This evening Citizens were exposed to our K-9 program and provided a presentation by Boone County Prosecutor Kent Eastwood. Thanks to K-9 Handler Officer Josh Stutesman & Jelka and K-9 Handler Jacob Shelburne & Thor. Awesome job officers. The folks are having a great time. Thank you to Prosecutor Eastwood. Chief Robert Knox Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Tonight was #ZPD’s Week•4 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. This evening Citizens were exposed to our K-9 program and provided a presentation by Boone County Prosecutor Kent Eastwood. Thanks to K-9 Handler Officer Josh Stutesman & Jelka and K-9 Handler Jacob Shelburne & Thor. Awesome job officers. The folks are having a great time. Thank you to Prosecutor Eastwood. Chief Robert Knox Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Tonight was #ZPD’s Week•4 of the 2018-02 Citizens Academy. This evening Citizens were exposed to our K-9 program and provided a presentation by Boone County Prosecutor Kent Eastwood. Thanks to K-9 Handler Officer Josh Stutesman & Jelka and K-9 Handler Jacob Shelburne & Thor. Awesome job officers. The folks are having a great time. Thank you to Prosecutor Eastwood. Chief Robert Knox Zionsville Police Department

Traffic Alert: Gas main rupture reported at Penn Place in #Zionsville. #ZPD and #ZFD are working the scene. Use caution, and expect delays if traveling in the area. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

#ZPD was honored to participate in the first PEDAL for PANS/PANDAS Awareness Day event in #Zionsville. PANDAS is short for Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections. A child may be diagnosed with PANDAS when: Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and/or tic disorders suddenly appear following a strep infection (such as strep throat or scarlet fever); or The symptoms of OCD or tic symptoms suddenly become worse following a strep infection. The symptoms are usually dramatic, happen “overnight and out of the blue,” and can include motor and/or vocal tics, obsessions, and/or compulsions. In addition to these symptoms, children may also become moody or irritable, experience anxiety attacks, or show concerns about separating from parents or loved ones. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

37th Annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend: October 6 – 7, 2018 Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

According to the American Cancer Society, over 40,000 women will die of breast cancer. The month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. #ZPD is honored to show our support. This month, pink bracelets , pink lapel pins, or pink ribbons will be worn by ZPD officers in support breast cancer awareness. Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Police Department

#ZPD offers you a FREE and SAFE way to dispose of your unwanted and expired medications. #DrugTakeBack #Zionsville 🚔🆓💊🗑👍🏻😃 Lieutenant A. Martin Public Information Officer Zionsville Indiana Police Department

Thank you to ZWIN (Zionsville Women in Network) for providing a luncheon today for all of the Town of Zionsville Employees. Chief Robert Knox Zionsville Police Department