Mishawaka Police Department

  • Agency: Mishawaka Police Department
  • Address: 200 N. Church Street, Mishawaka, 46544 IN
  • Chief: Kenneth Witkowski (Chief of police)
Phone: (574) 258-1678
Fax: (574) 258-1690

Mishawaka Police Department is located at 200 N. Church Street, Mishawaka, 46544 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Kenneth Witkowski. The Mishawaka Police Department phone number is (574) 258-1678.

Mishawaka Police Department News


Don’t be the dealer! This #Saturday October 27 is #TakeBackDay! Clean out your old Rx meds and find a site near you: www.TakeBackDay.com Mishawaka Fire Station: 333 E Douglas Road

Everyone who came to "Trunk or Treat" had a great time. Thank you Meijer for providing candy for the kids (and adults). Be safe on Halloween. Remember, Trick or Treat times are from 5pm to 7pm on Halloween, October 31st.

The Mishawaka Police Department is investigating an armed Robbery that occurred on October 18th in the 1300 Blk of Milburn Blvd. We are asking for assistance in identifying the suspects. If you recognize the individuals, please contact the Mishawaka Detective Bureau at 574-258-1684 or send us a message.

This week, our SWAT Team was put to the test, as they were instructed by two of the best National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) instructors: Bill Yelton and Ben Cortina. This 5-day course covered multiple areas of SWAT operations with an emphasis on Hostage Rescue. It was a challenging and edifying week to say the least. Thank you, gentlemen, for the excellent training! And thanks to all of our role players for your valuable participation in our Simunitions scenarios. #mishawakapolice Saint Joseph County Metro SWAT @ St. Joseph County, Indiana

***UPDATE*** Railroad Crossing Closure Update – S. Beiger Street, Laurel Street, S. Main Street, and Spring Street are now fully open to traffic. . PLEASE CONTINUE TO BE PATIENT. Also, USE CAUTION if you choose side streets, most city children walk to school. These closures will certainly place a burden on Police, Fire, and EMS response. Be patient and BE AWARE of emergency lights and sirens.

Please be aware of fake news stories involving your local police. This story is not true. If it were, it would have been reported throughout local media and a comment would have been made from the police department.

Last week was busy for the Mishawaka Police. We began the week by awarding the department's "Top Shooter" Awards to Officers Jeff Grzegorek and Andrew Sark. Later in the week, we saw just how dangerous Police work can be. We continue to keep Officer Dustin Boyd in our thoughts and prayers after he suffered injuries from a rear end collision. He is resting at home and will make a full recovery. We closed the week at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy as Police Recruit Andrew Bauer completed 15 weeks of training and graduated. He will be sworn in tomorrow and immediatley begin his Field Training Program on the streets of Mishawaka.

Come join the MPD this Wednesay for a cup of coffee to celebrate National Coffee With A Cop Day ! 8am to 10am at the Battell Center in Mishawaka.

Thank you, Revolution Fitness Center, for hosting a Law Enforcement Physical Tactics class today! Special thanks to instructors: Todd Brown Travis Smith Ricky Miller We greatly appreciate how much you care about our officers and their safety! #mishawakapolice @joinrfc

When heavy rain hits, please make sure to turn your headlights on and slow down. #mishawakapolice #drivesafely #floods #rain #slowdown #thebrakeisyourbuddy

Today, officers were given awards for acts of courage, diligence, and bravery. Congratulations to Mishawaka Police Department's: Officer Brent Vanderzwagg, Lieutenant Eric Laudeman, K9 Officer Anthony Stachowiak, and Officer Evan Stahley.

Officer Wright found these two hard-working kids running their own yard sale! #mishawakapolice