Floyd County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Floyd County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 311 Hauss Square, New Albany, 47150 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: 812-948-5400
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Floyd County Sheriff's Office is located at 311 Hauss Square, New Albany, 47150 IN. The Floyd County Sheriff's Office phone number is 812-948-5400.

Floyd County Sheriff's Office News

We would to thank and honor all of our military services for their dedication to our great country. The Floyd County Sheriff's Department has numerous active and former military members who continue to serve the citizens of Floyd County. Thank you...

The Floyd County Sheriff Department would like to congratulate Officer Jason Jones on his retirement, and acknowledge his 23 years of exemplary service to the community. Your courage, valor and dedication has been appreciated and you will be deeply missed by both the community and your fellow department members. For your final 10-42 we as a department wish you health and happiness Happy retirement brother, we know you will enjoy every minute of it, doing all the things you like to do. We are very happy for you and your family. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2304677373087625&id=100006361549100

Don't forget time falls back this weekend. Remember to set your clocks back 1 hour when you go to bed Saturday night. It is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors.

The Commissioners have changed trick or treating to Tuesday 6-8:30. Have a safe and fun night from the Floyd County Sheriff's Department.

Highland Hills Middle School students dropped by the Sheriffs Department today and volunteered to wash cars, to give back to the community. Thank you Gabe Lamb, Cole Jones and Jake Grangier for your hard work, it is appreciated.

Sheriff Loop had a great time hanging out with the kids and talking to several folks in the community, while attending the Highlander Point trick or treating event. Officer Bilbrey and Officer MacDonald helped hand out candy to the kids. All of the kids appeared to have a wonderful time and as you see in the attached pictures, we gained a SWAT member and apprehended the joker.

We wanted to pass along trick or treat times and some simple safety tips for everyone. Trick or treat times are October 31st from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Please be safe and make sure you are visible. We hope everyone has a safe and fun time while out.

If you can help identify the following two individuals please call Detective Sams at 812-542-3034. These two individuals left in separate vehicles. The first vehicle is white or silver in color and has possible damage to the front passenger side (no headlight). The second vehicle is a dark-colored SUV. Thank you

Listen to Sheriff Loop's message on his new billboard.

If you receive a call from the following number it is not the Floyd County Sheriff's Department. We have been informed that a subject is calling the public announcing themselves as "Floyd County Warrants" or the "Floyd County Sheriff's Office." The number they are calling from is 812-963-2111. They will ask for your name and information. Do not give them any of your information. Our number is 812-948-5400. The subject has been rude to callers and then hangs up. If you have any information reference this subject please contact us by message or calling 812-948-5400.

This has been a huge success and benefit for our community. We have destroyed 1000's of pounds of prescription narcotics using this incinerator. Thank you Sheriff Loop and Our Place Drug and Alcohol Services for making this possible. If you have prescription narcotics sitting around, please drop them in one of the locations listed below. Statistics show that teens often experiment with unused prescriptions narcotics found in medicine cabinets in their home. Drop boxes are located at... Baptist Health Floyd (in the ER) 1850 Sate Street, New Albany The lobby of the Floyd County Sheriff's Department 311 Hauss Sq. The Floyd County Health Department at 1917 Bono Road, New Albany Indiana University Southeast 4201 Grant Line Rd, New Albany

Just a reminder about the national "Presidential Alert" test this afternoon.

Please help Sheriff Loop and our entire department in welcoming the newest group of officers to the Floyd County Sheriff's Department. These officers will be patrolling our community immediately. If you see them out, please tell them hello and congratulate them for their recent graduation of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.

Sheriff Loop hates to see this resource leave Floyd County. We hope a more suitable resource, other than a homeless shelter becomes available for the women who need a place like this to restart their journey.

Thank you Sheriff Loop for sharing these pictures of the Southeast Regional SWAT Team with the community. Thank you Sheriff Loop, Sheriff Noel, Sheriff Seelye, Chief Palmer and Chief McDonald for seeing this as an opportunity to save tax payer money while providing a necessary service to our communities. Please remember to come out and see members of the Southeast Regional SWAT Team at our 1st annual 5k run on October 27th at 9:00am. We have shared information regarding this even to our page.

For the last two years, we have placed our radar trailer in several locations throughout the county. If you would like to see it in a certain area, please Contact Captain Doug Standiford at 812-948-5400.

We received information there is another phone scam going around. The callers are pretending to be from the Social Security Office, attempting to gather personal information about you. Please remember none of these agencies will call you in this manner. If you receive a call from any agency asking you information, it is best to look their phone number up and call them back. There are usually several of these scams, all pretending to be government offices attempting to gather your personal information. The numbers they call from are internet numbers and cannot be traced. Most cell phone carriers give you the option to block these numbers when they call you. You can also report these phone numbers to the attorney general's office.

If you applied to our Corrections Division, please be sure to check your email. We have sent information regarding the physical fitness test.

If you have any information on the individuals seen in these photos please call 812-948-5407.

The wanted persons this week is for the child support division. If you know the location of these individuals, please contact us or your local agency.

Just a reminder the application deadline is approaching, all applications must be submitted by Saturday September 15th. We will send out more information on Monday September 17th, regarding the physical testing date.

Never forget. 9-11-01

From The Indiana Department of Transportation - 9/11/18: FLOYD COUNTY, Ind.—Indiana Department of Transportation’s contractor for pavement repairs on the Sherman Minton bridge has revised its scheduled operation for this weekend’s lane closures. Instead of restricting a single lane of Interstate 64 in each direction, E & B Paving requires closing two eastbound I-64 lanes to accommodate pavement patching on the lower bridge deck. The Clarksville-based contractor will mill and jackhammer identified problem pavement locations on the Sherman Minton bridge’s eastbound right and center lanes, then pour concrete patches. This weekend’s eastbound I-64 double lane closure will now begin at 9 p.m. Friday (SEPT 14). Motorists have continuous bridge access from New Albany to Louisville via the remaining open lane —which will be restricted to eleven feet in width. All I-64 lanes will be open to traffic by 5 a.m. Monday (SEPT 17). No upper deck/westbound I-64 lanes will be impacted. INDOT anticipates single-lane closures in each direction on the 2,053-foot-long Sherman Minton bridge during subsequent weekend hours between 7 p.m. Fridays through 6 a.m. Mondays. Motorists should anticipate significant traffic queues. Traffic count at the bridge exceeds 90,000 vehicles per day.

A number of areas in Floyd County are impacted by heavy rain. Remember that it only takes a few inches of rushing water to carry away a vehicle. Never walk or drive through flooded roadways. Stop and turn around. Numerous roads in Floyd County are flooded or have trees down in the roadway. The Floyd County Road Department is assisting us with the removal of trees in the roadway. We have numerous roads that are impassable due to flooding. Use caution while driving. All emergencies please dial 911. To report trees down or flooded roadways in the county, dial 812-948-5400.