Greenfield Police Department

  • Agency: Greenfield Police Department
  • Address: 116 S State St, Greenfield, 46140 IN
  • Chief: Clark Mercer (Chief of police)

Greenfield Police Department is located at 116 S State St, Greenfield, 46140 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Clark Mercer. The Greenfield Police Department phone number is 317-477-4410.

Greenfield Police Department News

During October officers took 70 property damage and personal injury accidents in the City of Greenfield. The estimated dollar amount for those 70 accidents was $500,000. That amounts to each accident averaging out to a little over $7,000 in damage. . Here is a list of some of the primary factors of those 70 accidents: . Following to Close - 21 Failure to Yield - 17 Improper Turning - 12 Disregarding Traffic Control Device - 4 . #BuckleUp #Don'tDriveDistracted #SlowDown

#FeastofPlenty

#VOTE #ELECTIONDAY

Don’t forget to get out and vote!

Sunday is the day! Turn your clock back one hour at 2 am. . This is also a good time to change the batteries in all your smoke alarms! #FallBack

#seesomethingsaysomething

Cops 4 Kids has been offered by the Greenfield Police Department for over 10 years. This program has been made possible by generous donations from the community. . The scheduled date is Sunday, December 9th @ 7am with breakfast at McDonald's and then shopping at Walmart. . Applications may be picked up at Greenfield PD during business hours Monday-Friday 8-4. The applications are due by Tuesday, November 20th.

Remember to watch out for the ghosts and goblins who will be out this evening. Watch your speeds and don't drive distracted. #BeSafe #HappyHalloween #Candy 👻🧙‍♀️🧛‍♀️🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️🧛‍♂️🕸️🕷️🎃

The tragic deaths and serious injury of the children boarding their school bus in Rochester is an opportunity to remind drivers of stop arm law. . It is a Class "A" infraction and is punishable by a maximum fine of up to $10,000. #SchoolBusSafety

Today is a huge day for Zoey's Place Child Advocacy Center. The paperwork was signed and Zoey's Place is now official. The next steps will be to find that perfect location. . Big thank you to all the department heads of county law enforcement for backing this special project. Pictured left to right: Fortville Chief Bill Knauer, Prosecutor Brent Eaton, Cumberland Chief Mike Crooke, GPD Chief Jeff Rasche, D/Sgt. Bridget Foy, Sheriff Mike Shepherd, Shirley Chief Brian Pryor, McCordsville Chief Harold Rodgers, New Palestine Chief Bob Ehle, and D/Sgt. Nichole Gilbert

Do you recognize this person? If so, contact the Greenfield Police Department. #seesomethingsaysomething

Thanks to each of you that voted! #ZoeysPlace

Come out Saturday morning and enjoy a good breakfast and meet Chief Roberts and members of Greenfield Fire. #community #gravy

Happy 2nd Birthday to K9 Ace! Special thanks to the Nutty Mutt for the birthday cake! Ace loved it! #HappyBirthday #YumCake

Here are some amazing photos our residents took of the Indiana sunrise this morning. Everyone have a Good Friday! #Fall #Indiana (Photos provided by John Collins, Dave & Cindy Carver)

#MentalHealth #Understanding

Beautiful sunrise over the Veterans Memorial this morning. Have a great day everyone, we are here if you need us!

#DontVeer #DriveSafe #Awareness

#SEESOMETHINGSAYSOMETHING

The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from 5 AM to 9 AM EDT Tuesday. The Frost Advisory is no longer in effect. Temperatures will fall to the lower 30s.

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