Greendale Police Department

  • Agency: Greendale Police Department
  • Address: 480 Ludlow Street, Greendale, 47025 IN
  • Chief: A DeWayne Uhlman (Chief of police)
Phone: 812-537-1321
Fax: 812-537-1459

Greendale Police Department is located at 480 Ludlow Street, Greendale, 47025 IN. The Chief of police of the department is A DeWayne Uhlman. The Greendale Police Department phone number is 812-537-1321.

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Correction on the power outage in Greendale. Had 2 separate issues. The outage is due to a vehicle into a pole on Ridge Ave. Again, utility crew is working on getting power restored as soon as possible.

Power outage in Greendale due to a blown transformer. Utilities are on sight. Unknown how long but will be restored as soon as possible.

There may be some electric power outages in Greendale. The City Utilities are working on the issue and electric is expected to be on within the hour.

BEWARE!!!! Greendale Police Department received a report from a resident advising they received a phone call on May 25, 2018, congratulating them for winning the Publishers Clearinghouse sweepstakes. The caller provided ticket number information, badge number information, and other information in attempt to convince the resident that they were truly winners. The caller did eventually request money be sent overnight, and once that information is confirmed, the caller states that staff will be coming to their residence to award their money. How to recognize whether the call is a scam or not from Publisher Clearinghouse: ***There will not be an email or phone call to the winner, a certified letter and/or a representative of the prize patrol will appear in person ****You never have to pay money to receive a sweepstakes prize from Publisher Clearinghouse. ***You will not be given a check and asked to send back funds. ***Contact Publishers Clearinghouse directly to verify your prize winnings. Go to for more information on the Sweepstakes rules.

Greendale Police Department was treated to lunch today by Eagle Radio 99.3 for Law Enforcement Appreciation Week! Thanks Eagle Radio, Lori & Miranda. Much appreciated.

Greendale businesses and residents are experiencing power outages. The utilities are aware of the problem and are working to get the power back on.

This very friendly K9 showed up to the Greendale Police Department on Friday, March 16th. He did not have a collar on him and the police officer dropped him off at Paws off of Industrial Drive on Lawrenceburg. If anyone knows who he belongs to, please let them know he is at Paws.


This beautiful metal art was given to Greendale Police by Dispatcher Emily Nicole Kercheval today. Thanks Emily. We love it & will display it proudly.

STATELINE ROAD is now open.

Greendale Police Department advises that Stateline Road is now closed from US 50 to Stephens Road due to flooding.

US50 at Oberting Road is Closed until further notice due to backwater flooding from the Great Miami River. Detour will be Oberting Road. Will Post when opened back up. Please share.

Greendale Police Department has been receiving multiple complaints from residents that have been receiving phone calls from subjects claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service. The Police Department warns the residents that these calls are scams, that the IRS usually first contacts people by mail – not by phone – about unpaid taxes. And the IRS won’t ask for payment using a pre-paid debit card or wire transfer. The agency also won’t ask for a credit card number over the phone. Residents can go to the Federal Trade Commission website, to file a complaint regarding the call they received.

More Valentines delivered! Thank you students in Mrs. Amber Lansing's 5th grade class at Central Elementary School! ❤️

Had a visit from the Haring family this morning at GPD. They brought in wonderful Valentine goody bags, personalized for each officer. Much appreciated. Thank you for your support.

City and state hwy crews have been working throughout the night on the roads!! Drive slowly, there still are icy patches here and there.