Greentown Police Department

  • Agency: Greentown Police Department
  • Address: 112 N Meridian St, Greentown, 46936 IN
  • Chief: Jeff Bennett (Marshal)
Phone: 765-628-3434

Greentown Police Department is located at 112 N Meridian St, Greentown, 46936 IN. The Marshal of the department is Jeff Bennett. The Greentown Police Department phone number is 765-628-3434.

Greentown Police Department News

NO SHAVE NOVEMBER TO BENEFIT AUSTIN HEWITT Greentown Police Officers are losing their razors for the month of November in favor of facial hair and making a $20 contribution to Austin Hewitt. Officers Participating in this years No Shave November campaign have been approved to grow a full beard that must be groomed properly and maintained throughout the month. Participating officers will each make a $20 contribution to Austin Hewitt. In an effort to raise even more for Austin Hewitt, Marshal Skinner has authorized those officers who donate a minimum of $40 to keep their beads until December 31st.

Greentown Police Department helping out with the costume walk and Trunk or Treat for Austin Hewitt.

Official trick-or treat hours for Greentown are 6 PM to 8 PM.

October is "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" and the Greentown Police Department will be participating in the month-long national campaign by wearing pink shirts underneath our uniforms.

Congratulations to Corporal Landis on the new baby boy! Kolt Matthew Landis 6.9 lbs and 21.5 inches.

Thanks to VerdelsGraphics LLC! Outstanding job!

Mongoose bike found in the area of 850 E and 100 N.

Greentown PD 3-11 crew

Community Fun Day at Century Villa

Back to school safety tips.

Stop by the Howard County Sherriff Department tent at the Howard County Fair.

2018 Howard County Fair schedule

Greentown Police Department would like to welcome Mike Sanders to the Department. Mike has 29 years of experience with the Kokomo Police Department where he served as the night shift Lieutenant and retired in November of 2017. Welcome to the Greentown Police Department.


Congratulations Eastern class of 2018!

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has Howard County in an area of Marginal Risk for severe weather today. Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected today. Heavy rain and a few strong or severe storms are possible. Heavy rain, cloud to ground lightning, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are the main hazards with the storms. The best time for damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be this afternoon and evening.