Noblesville Police Department

  • Agency: Noblesville Police Department
  • Address: 135 S 9th St, Noblesville, 46060 IN
  • Chief: Kevin R Jowitt (Chief of police)
Phone: (317) 776-6340
Fax: (317) 776-6388

Noblesville Police Department is located at 135 S 9th St, Noblesville, 46060 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Kevin R Jowitt. The Noblesville Police Department phone number is (317) 776-6340.

Noblesville Police Department News

Thank you to all military veterans for your selfless service to our country. We appreciate your sacrifice so that we can enjoy our freedom today!

Congratulations to Captain Brad Arnold and Lieutenant Bruce Barnes on 25 years of service to the community of Noblesville and the Noblesville Police Department.

We met some great kids with awesome costumes last night! Thanks for sending us the photos!

We get called to all sorts of requests for help. Rarely do we have to deadlift a car…… #whateverittakes #notowtruckneededhere

10th Street between Maple Ave and Logan St will be closed all directions for the next few hours due to traffic lights down. Please avoid the area.

You may see some changes in how officers look in the next month. The Noblesville Police Department will be putting down the razors and will be taking part in “No Shave November” from October 29th through December 3rd. Officers participating will be donating money to the Noblesville FOP’s “Shop with a Cop” program that will take place later in the year. When you see officers this month looking scruffier than usual, please know that this is only temporary and for a good cause. Feel free to join our efforts and make a charitable donation to the Noblesville FOP’s “Shop with a Cop Program.” Please mail your checks written out to the “Noblesville FOP 198” and mail them to PO BOX 1303, Noblesville, IN 46061. Noblesville Police Chief Kevin Jowitt stated “We are always looking for new ways to interact with the community and give back. Taking part in ‘No Shave November’ accomplishes this while having a little fun and raising funds for a great cause.” Please check back with us to see our officer’s progress throughout the month of November. If you happen to see an officer out and about taking part in “No Shave November” ask them to take a picture with you and send it to and we will post it on our social media outlets.

We’re coming to the party and we’re bringing candy! We’re also looking forward to seeing some good costumes!

*Temporary road closure* The Noblesville Street Department has closed the southbound lane of S 10th St between Conner St/SR 32 and Maple St to repair some patches in the roadway. That’s the section of 10th St in front of Noblesville City Hall. Motorists on Conner St/SR 32 cannot turn onto southbound S 10th St. Northbound traffic is not affected. They expect the work to be completed and the road to be opened by noon today.

Tonight, residents of Prairie Crossing heard about Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) from Capt Shannon Trump at their crime watch meeting to learn how they can reduce the chances of being a crime victim. Thanks for taking an active role in protecting your neighborhood!

Conner St (SR 32) is very slow at 10th Street. A semi crashed into a traffic light pole and brought down the southbound light. Southbound 10th Street is shutdown and the other three directions are on blinking red. Drive carefully and we recommend finding an alternate route if you can.

The Noblesville Fire Department is raising money for a good cause. They also make great pancakes! Please consider joining them this Saturday at 135 S 9th St from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Bring $5 per person and you won't leave hungry!

Congratulations to six of our newer officers on successfully graduating from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. The officers will now receive additional training in the field training program before being released for solo patrol.

Yesterday, Bru Burger dropped off lunch for us. Thanks Bru Burger! It was great!

Ainsley's Angels were great sports at the Noblesville Mini Marathon on Saturday morning!

This is one of the reasons we do what we do: “Good day! I want to thank Officer Lindenschmidt for helping us tonight with a small accident. My 6 year old son, is terrified of police, and was afraid the police would “freeze” us when they came. Officer Lindenschmidt instead, showed my son his cruiser and all the tools he uses to keep us safe. My son is over the moon and I thank him very much for his generosity ☺️”

Traffic restriction notice – On Saturday, September 22nd the Noblesville Mini Marathon will restrict traffic in downtown Noblesville, Forest Park, Morse Park, Potters Bridge Park and near Ivy Tech as well as roads in between. The races begin at 8:00 a.m. and should be through downtown Noblesville by 9:00 a.m. The longer races will wind through Forest Park, up Hague Rd, between Morse Park and SR 19 on 196th St, down SR 19, Field Dr and along Allisonville Rd back to Ivy Tech. The longer races should end around 12:30 p.m. Officers will be directing traffic at major intersections. We have reached out to the Noblesville United Soccer Club and the coordinators of the HCC Varsity Cross Country Meet at White River Elementary to let them know about potential congestion and road restrictions for participants. SR32, SR 37, SR38 and Cumberland Rd will not be restricted but may be congested. Please watch out for runners and officers in the roadway. For specific routes and maps, go to #BGCN

Traffic restriction notice – The NHS Homecoming Parade is scheduled for tomorrow (September 21st) at 4:00 p.m. During that time, traffic will be restricted on Monument St, 16th St, Logan St and 9th St. Please take this into account when planning trips. The parade will last about an hour and roads will be reopened once the parade has passed that intersection. #hoco2018

It’s a great day for some coffee. Do you like it hot or iced? We have both!

If you’re not at National Night Out, here’s what you’re missing. We’re at Federal Hill Commons until 7:00 p.m. tonight!