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Milford Police Department is located at 121 S Main St, Milford, 46542 IN. The Milford Police Department phone number is 574-658-4941.
The Milford Police Department will be participating in no shave November along with other local law enforcement agencies. All donations will be used towards unpaid student lunches. http://www.inkfreenews.com/2018/11/02/kosciusko-county-sheriffs-department-participates-in-no-shave-november-fundraiser/
Local Law Enforcement is seeking the public's help in identifying these individuals. They are wanted in connection to a robbery of a local gas station. http://www.inkfreenews.com/2018/10/30/police-seek-assistance-in-identifying-pak-a-sak-robbery-suspects/?fbclid=IwAR33s7oBbq6P3nEhEumtSETv_YLdVBDzObRbpi53tHe1-SDuoBevzsoTd0Q
Please Read and pass along! AG Curtis Hill announces expansion of prescription drug education program for Indiana teens Attorney General Curtis Hill today announced plans to expand an innovative digital curriculum for high school students that informs them about safe use of prescription drugs and ways to avoid the risks of substance abuse. “By educating students about the dangers of prescription drugs, we can prevent tragedies and promote smart choices,” Attorney General Hill said. “Sadly, almost half of all teens incorrectly believe that prescription drugs are always safer than illegal street drugs. We need to correct these misconceptions and empower teens to be part of the solution to the drug crisis devastating so many lives.” Called the Prescription Drug Safety Network, the program was launched on a pilot basis earlier this year in Indianapolis through support from Walmart. Through interactive scenarios and self-guided activities, students learn facts about drugs, how to properly use and dispose of them, and how to step in when faced with a situation involving another person’s misuse. The course is aligned with the Centers for Disease Control's National Health Education Standards and state academic standards. The expansion will increase the reach of the program to students across 19 Indiana counties. It occurs at no cost to the schools where it will be implemented. Financial support is provided by the Office of the Attorney General, Walmart and North Central Health Services (a non-profit hospital and grant-making organization). Developed by education technology leader EVERFI, the course uses evidence-based strategies to improve student preparedness, behaviors and attitudes toward making safe decisions about prescription drugs. Data shows that students in the pilot year achieved a 49 percent increase in knowledge from pre- to post-course assessments. “The greatest jumps in knowledge were around how to support a friend who may be at risk for misuse and abuse of prescription drugs,” said Maddy Murphy, director of global partnerships at EVERFI. “The Prescription Drug Safety course is aligned to national health education standards to help schools implement the program seamlessly into their curriculum. Here in Indiana, the course is primarily used within the health education classes.” Walmart Senior Vice President for Health and Wellness Paul Beahm praised the program’s effectiveness. “As a dedicated community partner, Walmart strives to improve the health of families,” Beahm said. “Walmart’s work with the Prescription Drug Safety Network is a critical pillar in Walmart’s broader Opioid Stewardship initiative that addresses the opioid crisis from all angles, including providing disposal services, limiting prescriptions, and supporting policies around Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs.” Stephanie Long, president and CEO of North Central Health Services, spoke of her organization’s financial involvement in bringing the program to eight Indiana counties. “Our organization’s vision,” Long said, “is to create healthier communities through the delivery of behavioral health care and the support of technological and scientific advancement, education, quality of life, and humanitarian community activities.” The 10 counties in which the program is being funded by the Office of the Attorney General are Crawford, Dearborn, Fayette, Henry, Jennings, Ripley, Scott, Starke, Switzerland and Washington. The office will provide $20,000 annually for three years. The eight counties in which the program is being funded by North Central Health Services are Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren and White. Walmart funds the program in Marion County. The announcement came during the Attorney General's 9th Annual Drug Abuse Symposium, which runs today and tomorrow.
Update! Dogs owner has been found! Thank you! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2380881365273046&id=135270016500870
Lost dog! This dog has been found in the Milford area. It is staying safely at a resdience in town. If this is your dog, please send our page a direct message and we will provide you with contact information! Please share this photo to find this dog's home!
Welcome Scott and John! http://www.inkfreenews.com/2018/10/09/milford-swears-in-new-police-officers-during-a-busy-year/
With an influx of bicycle thefts in our area, we're reminding citizens to lock their bicycles up at night and to report any suspicious activity.
The Milford Police Department currently has one (1) Full-time position available: Requirements include being at least the age of 21, possess a high school diploma (or GED equivalent), college graduate or some college is preferred; US citizenship; and possess a valid Indiana operator’s license. Law enforcement experience is preferred but not required. This process includes written testing, physical ability tests, interviews, background investigation, polygraph exam, physical, and other possible examinations. Patrolman base salary after probationary year is $43,000.00. Applications are posted on the police departments webpage at www.milford-indiana.org candidates will find the process on the police page and will need to read the hiring process and selection criteria information; complete an application; and complete a releases package. Any questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications will be taken until September 14th, 2018.
The Milford Police Department has come in possession of a lost cell phone. If this is your phone, please contact the Milford Police Department at 574-658-4941, or stop by in person to 121 S Main St Milford, IN 46542. You must be able to show proof of ownership. Thank you!
Update on Fire Investigation_07/30/18 The Milford Fire Department assisted by the Warsaw Wayne Territory Fire Department completed a cause and origin investigation on Sunday 07/29/2018 at 109 S James St. The fire was determined to have originated inside a covered porch on the south east facing elevation of the residence. The owner of the residence K-Developments has been notified and has been assisting authorities as the investigation continues. Three possible witnesses were observed near the fire; all three males in their late teen early twenties. The Milford Police Department would like to speak with those individuals. We are asking the public If they know or saw those individuals please contact the Milford police department at 574-658-4941, email- email@example.com, or by the Milford Police Department Facebook page. This investigation is still ongoing. Travis C. Marsh, Chief
There has been an influx of bicycle thefts going on in the area. We ask that you lock your bicycles and other items up for the night when you are finished with them to prevent any further thefts from occurring!
The Milford Police Department has been notified of a lost bike. Attached is a photo of the bike. If this bike belongs to you, please contact the Milford Police Department. Be prepared to verify that the bike does in deed belong to you!
Texting and driving is a big safety concern. Do not expect to get a warning if pulled over for texting we intend to cite each violator. You can wait minutes before responding to a text...
The Milford Police Department is warning all citizens of Milford, as well as Kosciusko County about a recent phone scam. The callers of this scam are stating they are from the IRS and that you owe money to them. They are also stating that you have a warrant out for your arrest. The Milford Police Department assures this is a scam. If you have any questions regarding this scam, please feel free to contact the Milford Police Department.