Alexandria Police Department

  • Agency: Alexandria Police Department
  • Address: 8236 West Main Street, Alexandria, 41001 KY
  • Chief: Col J Michael Ward, II (Chief of Police)
Phone: (859) 635-4126
Fax: (859) 635-4123

Alexandria Police Department is located at 8236 West Main Street, Alexandria, 41001 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Col J Michael Ward, II. The Alexandria Police Department phone number is (859) 635-4126.

Alexandria Police Department News

The decision to move Trick or Treat to this evening was not a political one, rather based on safety and as such, my decision. Having small children running around in the dark with rain is not safe. I like many, do not see as well at night in the rain as I used to. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause people but I will NOT apologize for saving the life of a child. Chief Mike Ward

Halloween Safety Tips If you're passing out candy please turn your porch lights ON! Kid should not approach an unlit house.

The decision to move trick or treating to Tuesday was made with the safety and well being of the kids in mind. For those who are unable to take their kids out on Tuesday, please remember that other surrounding cities are still holding theirs on Wednesday. Check with that city for any updates.

UPDATE: TRICK OR TREATING IN ALEXANDRIA HAS BEEN MOVED TO TUESDAY 6-8PM DUE TO PENDING BAD WEATHER ON WEDNESDAY. PLEASE PASS THE WORD ON!!

TRICK OR TREAT HOURS: CHANGED to Tuesday Night 10/30/18 6-8pm because of weather/storms expected for Wednesday.

Campbell County Dispatch is advising AA Highway is open as of 8am.

Midterm election is Tuesday, November 6, 2018

APD welcomed Colonel Dean Smittle US Air Force (Retired) to the station today. Col. Smittle and APD’s Dr. James Dahmann help teach PTSD to Law Enforcement Officers throughout NKY who were going through Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training in Boone County. Sgt. Natalie Selby coordinates and teaches that class through the Department of Criminal Justice Training. It was truly an honor to speak with and hear the stories of this true American Hero. Thank you Colonel for your service!

***UPDATE*** Vehicle and owner have been located. Thank you to all who assisted. ________________________________________________________________ We are currently seeking a vehicle wanted in connection with a road rage/hit and run that occurred in the city last night around 11PM in the area of E Main and Riley. Description of the vehicle is as follows: -Late 70's or 80's model Chevrolet pickup truck, sits low to the ground, blue tinted headlights, multi-colored (possibly primer paint) and equipped with a PA speaker system which the driver used during the incident. Vehicle should have damage to front driver's side area. We do not believe this incident is related to other reports of vehicles trying to force drivers off the road. If you have any information concerning this vehicle or see it please notify Campbell County Dispatch immediately at (859)292-3622.

Our prayers are with the Officers, their families and their department. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45740922#

Thank you to everyone who joined us this morning for Coffee with a Cop. A special thank you to Miss Shirley’s Bakery for hosting us. We look forward to doing it again soon!

Photos by Lisa Childers

Come join the Alexandria Police and Mayor

We had a great crowd today and wonderful First Responders. Heroes Day 2018 - Thank you to all who helped especially Lt. James Pape AFD for all his hard work.

We had a great morning and cannot thank Robin Smith & the staff at Miss Shirley's Bakery enough for the wonderful Coffee & YES - Donuts AKA: Cop Vitamins! We had great conversation with people who came in and a super showing from our officers, VIPS and staff. Thank you Alexandria of your support.

Heroes Day Sunday, 9/30/18

For those who are looking for a job in LE.

Please offer your prayers for this young man and his family.

The show must go on...

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