Bloomfield Police Department

  • Agency: Bloomfield Police Department
  • Address: 12 E Main St, Bloomfield, 47424 IN
  • Chief: Kenneth R Tharp (Town Marshal)
Phone: (812) 384-4411

Bloomfield Police Department is located at 12 E Main St, Bloomfield, 47424 IN. The Town Marshal of the department is Kenneth R Tharp. The Bloomfield Police Department phone number is (812) 384-4411.

Bloomfield Police Department News

RIP Deputy Sgt. Ron Helus of Ventura County Sheriff Dept.

Reminder to Bloomfield residents...please do not rake leaves into the street, please take to edge of the street. Leaves in the street are a hazard to drivers and can cause major issues with the storm drains. Thank you for your cooperation from The Bloomfield Street and Sanitation Depts.

And respectful.

Or to extend your hand to help them up.

I don't care for the word "different", I prefer unique. If we were all alike how boring would that be??? Remember, God loves everyone 😁 #autism #awareness #educateyourself

The tragic deaths of three children boarding a school bus in Rochester provides another opportunity to reminder drivers of Indiana laws regarding school bus stops. When approaching a school bus from any direction which is stopped with its flashing red lights activated and its stop arm extended, motorists are required to STOP, even on multiple lane highways. Motorists who are on a highway that is divided by a barrier or unimproved median (i.e. a concrete or cable barrier, or a grass median) are required to stop only if they are traveling the same direction as the school bus. If there is no unimproved median or barrier, then all lanes in all directions must stop. Disregarding a school bus stop arm is a serious violation and one that school bus drivers are quick to report. Violation of this law is a Class “A” infraction and is punishable by a maximum fine of up to $10,000. Hamilton County S.D.

"I have pulled dead, mangled bodies from cars. I have lied to people as they were dying. I said you are going to be fine as I held their hand and watched the life fade out. I have held dying babies. Bought lunch for people who were mentally ill and haven't eaten in a while. I have had people try to stab me. Fought with men trying to shoot me. I've been attacked by women while I was arresting their husband who had just severely beat them. I have held towels on bullet wounds. Done CPR when I knew it wouldn't help just to make family members feel better. I have torn down doors, fought in drug houses. Chased fugitives through the woods. I have been in high-speed car chases. Foot chases across an interstate during rush hour traffic. I have been in crashes. Been squeezing the trigger about to kill a man when they came to their senses and stopped. Waded through large angry crowds by myself. Drove like a madman to help a fellow officer. Let little kids who don't have much sit in my patrol car and pretend they are a cop for their birthday. I have taken a lot of people to jail. Given many breaks. Prayed for people I don't even know. Yes, and at times I have been "violent" when I had to be. I have been kind when I could. I admit I have driven to some dark place and cried by myself when I was overwhelmed. I have missed Christmas and other holidays more than I wanted to. Every cop I know has done all these things and more for lousy pay, exhausting hours, and a short life expectancy. We don't want your pity, I don't even ask for your respect. Just let us do our jobs without killing us" Thank You Police Officers of#America

Keeping everyone safe 😁

R.I.P. Brother, Prayers to your family & friends

Enjoy retirement Sgt.

Stop by our tent at the Bloomfield Apple Festival

Power outage. Tree on lines. Duke has been notified. Power should be restored in a few hours.

R.I.P. Brother 😢


Gas drive off, Hucks if you can identify vehicles possible owner please contact Bloomfield Police @ 8123844411 opt #1 or send us a message