Georgetown Police Department

  • Agency: Georgetown Police Department
  • Address: 1636 Henriott Road, Georgetown, 47122 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: (812) 951-2508
Fax: (812) 951-0236

Georgetown Police Department is located at 1636 Henriott Road, Georgetown, 47122 IN. The Georgetown Police Department phone number is (812) 951-2508.

Georgetown Police Department News

Due to the weather that is moving into the area Wednesday evening. Trick or Treating has been rescheduled for Georgetown to Tuesday October 30th. 6:00pm to 8:30pm.

Starting tomorrow you may also pick up an application at the Georgetown Town Hall located off of State Road 64. You also May turn them in during their normal business hours if this is more convenient. If you have any questions feel free to contact Sergeant Morgan at 812-951-2508 or email

The Georgetown Police Department is now accepting application for full time officer as well as reserve officer. Application can be picked up at the Georgetown police office or downloaded online. Applicants must pass a extensive background check and ILEA standard physical agility test. This process is open to both certified and non certified applicants. If you have any questions contact Sgt Charles Morgan at (812)951-2508 or email

We received this from Rachel 'Shouse' Miller I'm not sure you were able to see the post I tagged you in but I wanted to thank your officers for taking the time to help my daughter after she had a tire blow out on her car. It was first time she had an issue like this and was very shaken up. I did not catch their names but the officers who helped were so nice and professional even though I know they were freezing. Great job Georgetown Police!!

We wish you all a Happy and safe travels during this New Year

The Georgetown Police Department will be accepting applications for full-time “Certified” Police positions from motivated and qualified persons. You can pick up an application at the Georgetown Police Department or print on-line at Applications can be mailed to: Georgetown Police Department, P.O. Box 455, Georgetown, Indiana 47122, Att: Chief Denny Kunkel / Hiring Committee or dropped off at: The Town of Georgetown Town Hall, 9111 State Road 64, Georgetown, IN 47122. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 PM on Saturday, July 15, 2017. For further information you may e-mail Chief Denny Kunkel at

Reserve EVO training at Georgetown elementary

Its not only courteous its the law!!!!

Reserve firearms training

Anyone with information or observes this individual should contact the police immediately.

Please join us in keeping the LMPD family in your thoughts as they say good bye to a co- worker, a brother, and a son. #LMPDSTRONG

Pricilla Shireman has been located and is safe. Thanks to all that shared and disseminated our posting.

Sgt Morgan and K9 Felony enjoying the night off after a day of K9 training. Who has it better?

The Georgetown Police Department would like to remind drivers to take your time and slow down during icy or snow covered road driving conditions. Give yourself added time to get to and from you're destinations. Drives safe and have a wonderful day!!!

Can you spot the Police car in this photo

Deputy Drew Yoder, Carroll County Sheriff's Office Indiana, suffered burns to his hands and forehead as well as severe smoke inhalation Monday Nov. 21st while attempting to save residents from a house fire. Deputy Yoder was flown to a burn unit in Fort Wayne. Per Deputy Yoder - "I'm coming home! I have so much to type out but I can't type very well. I want to thank everyone who has text me, came to visit, said a silent prayer, did stuff for my family and I as we were away. My heart is full! Very very full!! Thank you all and I can't wait to get back to the streets! Home has never sounded so sweet" #IndianaGoingBlue #BlueLivesMatter

2 LEOs injured, one woman injured, 4 children killed in house fire in Carroll County Deputy Drew Yoder, Carroll County Sheriff's Office Indiana "was flown by helicopter to a hospital burn unit in Fort Wayne. He had received burns to his hands and forehead. According to Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby, the “next 48 to 72 hours are crucial” for Yoder’s recovery. He is medically intubated. The sheriff said 48 to 72 hours will be crucial to his recovery." The other officer "injured is from "Flora Police Department, but we do not the know the extent of his injuries." Media source:

On November 16, 2016 the Georgetown Police Department secured criminal charges against Anthony Tevis 24 of Jeffersonville, Autumn Craig 21 of Jeffersonville and Matthew Crone 20 of Jeffersonville. The charges stem from November 14th, 2016 incidents in which they committed multiple Thefts from Automobiles within the Georgetown area. Through collective efforts from the Georgetown Police Department ,Floyd County Sheriff's Office, Jeffersonville Police Department and the Indiana State Police, officers were able to locate all suspects and take them into custody within a few days from the time of occurrence. All 3 subjects were criminally charged with; 7 counts of Theft, 2 counts of Criminal Mischief and Fraud. Anyone with further information on this incident is asked to contact Officer T. Comer (GTPD) at 812-951-2508 or Officer A. Wathen (FCSO) at 812-948-5400. The Georgetown Police Department also would like to extend extreme gratitude to the public for your assistance with aiding in identifying these individuals. ***Please note that all subjects listed have been arrested for their said crimes and are innocent until proven guilty*****

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Thank you all for the tips pertaining to our last post. We are working several tips called in and will keep you updated on our findings and out comes. Please keep in mind do not leave valuable items in your unlocked vehicle. Thank you very much for the tips and concern for our great community!!!