New Albany Police Department

  • Agency: New Albany Police Department
  • Address: 311 Hauss Square # 131, New Albany, 47150 IN
  • Chief: Sherri Knight (Chief of police)
Phone: 812-948-5300

New Albany Police Department is located at 311 Hauss Square # 131, New Albany, 47150 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Sherri Knight. The New Albany Police Department phone number is 812-948-5300.

New Albany Police Department News

Due to the potential of inclement weather on Halloween, Trick or Treating has been rescheduled for the City of New Albany to October 30th. Hours 6pm to 8:30pm.

REMINDER: INDOT is planning a double-lane eastbound closure on the Sherman Minton Bridge beginning tonight, Friday Sept 14. More details in the post below.

Celebrating Sgt Condra’s 32 years of service to the citizens of New Albany.

The New Albany Police Department is asking for your help identifying the person(s) seen in the attached photos. A photo of a vehicle is also attached that may be associated with them. If you know the person(s) seen in the photos leave us a private message on this page or call NAPD CID at 812-948-5317.

More Halloween 2017. Great kiddos is great costumes. New Albany is a wonderful community!

Chief Bailey and a very nice client on Halloween 2017.

I'd like to thank our retirees for stopping by today. It's always great to visit with those who paved the way for us. Chief Bailey

Go dogs!

On behalf of the New Albany Police Department, thanks to all our veterans on this Veterans Day. Your selfless service is understood and appreciated.

New Albany Police Officers engaging targets at one of five firearms training stations. Training continues into Friday!

New Albany Police Tip Line 812-948-6273 (NAPD)

Harvest Homecoming Parade! 200 years of protecting our city!

BICENTENNIAL PARK TONIGHT! AUGUST 16th - MATT DUNCAN Matt Duncan – Matt Duncan is an “inventive songwriter who understands how to use retro sounds as a tool, not a crutch (Paste Magazine, May 2012).” Mixtape Maestro described his sound as “smooth textures of its trombone and sax-seasoned arrangements coupled with Duncan’s cotton soft tenor,” and Washington, DC based website All Things Go described Matt as a “master songcrafter.” You will not want to miss Duncan’s perfectly crafted pop tunes on his visit to Bicentennial Park. Brooklyn, New York based group American Authors will open.

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Anyone know this guy? We really would like to talk to him. He probably doesn't want to talk to us. If you think you know who he might be send us a private message or call our tip line at 812-948-NAPD (6273)

BICENTENNIAL PARK TOMORROW NIGHT! AUGUST 9th - THE FERVOR The Fervor – Louisville’s The Fervor has formed around the pair of Natalie Felker’s voice and keys and husband Ben’s guitar and harmony. In 2007, they added drummer Mat Herron and set out on a slew of live shows to support their first full-length album. Michael Campbell joined on as bass, and together, the group criss-crossed the eastern half of the United States. After spending some time in San Francisco tracking their newest album, the band returned home to Louisville, where longtime friend and engineer Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, California Guitar Trio, Wax Fang) helped them finish what they started. With a focus on what the Fervor could do together in a room, sounds were mixed down to analog tape, and editing forgone in favor of a recording that is upfront with its humanity. From those sessions emerged “Arise Great Warrior,” a record that is gut-punching in impact, but life-affirming in its lasting spark and hopeful mysteries.

Bicentennial Park this Friday Night! AUGUST 2nd - OH ME MY Oh My Me - Oh My Me was formed in Lexington, Ky in 2010. With a wildly-varying musical background, the group blends an eclectic mix of battering drums, psychedelia & heavy-soul vocals to form its uniquely theatrical sound. Surprising melodies & dynamic arrangements are keystones in the group's music. Coupled with an unflinching stage presence, they have quickly established themselves as a band that is as interesting to see as they are to hear. They released their self-titled e.p. in 2011.

NEW ALBANY — Taylor Marie Torstrick, age 16, was last seen at her New Albany residence on July 18. She is around 5 feet, 3 inches tall and has dark brown hair. If you know her whereabouts, call the New Albany Police Department at 812-944-6411 or her grandfather Julius Torstrick at 812-945-0175.

Help us fight crime and get your stolen property back! Go write down the serial numbers of your lawn mower and weed eater today. We are once again experiencing a rash of these thefts!

Tonight at Bicentennial Park! JULY 26TH - DANIEL ELLSWORTH & THE GREAT LAKES This indie group from Nashville has been playing together since 2009, and currently consists of keyboardist/guitarist/singer Daniel Ellsworth from Minnesota, drummer Joel Wren from Kansas, and guitarist Timon Lance and bassist Marshall Skinner both from Ohio. Their first album, Civilized Man, was named by Amazon MP3 the number 76 album out of the top 100 albums of the year 2011, and also named their single “Shoe Fits” the number seven song of the year.