Bellevue Police Department

  • Agency: Bellevue Police Department
  • Address: 616 Poplar Street, Bellevue, 41073 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: (859)261–1122
Fax: (859) 261–0436
Email:

Bellevue Police Department is located at 616 Poplar Street, Bellevue, 41073 KY. The Bellevue Police Department phone number is (859)261–1122.

Bellevue Police Department News

West Chester Police is looking for the Identity of this individual. He has stolen over $20,000 in tools from Lowes all over the tri-state area. If you know who he is call West Chester PD at 513-759-3072 or Crimestoppers 513-352-3040.

Help is needed in identifing the white female in the Adidas sweatshirt in the below video. The female suspect purchased around $5,000 dollars in Visa gift cards using a stolen credit card taken from LA Fitness this morning. The theft happened about 30 minutes before the gift cards were bought at Kroger. The female left Kroger on foot and got into a silver Nissan SUV parked behind McDonalds. The vehicle then made its way to 6th street heading into Newport. Once in Newport a vehicle, and female consistant with our suspect broke into a car in Newport's Planet Fitness parking lot. If you have any information please contact Lt. Jon McClain with the Bellevue Police Department. Other pictures and videos of the suspects car are in post below this one.

Suspect vehicle leaving the rear parking lot of Donatos Pizza. Silver Nissan SUV with out of state plates.

Suspect vehicle photos from thefts at Bellevue LA Fitness and Newport Planet fitness the morning of 10-18-18. Bellevue's theft occurred around 8:30 am and Newport's was a little after 9:00 am

Florence Police is looking for these two in connection to a theft/fraudulent use of a credit card. If you know either, please contact Michael.Dickhaus@florence-ky.gov or to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

The Bellevue Police Department is hiring. Please visit the below website for further details.

Special thanks to the Johnson Family at 759 Covert Run for helping us move this fallen tree out of the road way.

Joe Gramer was apprehended in Covington.

Sophie was returned home thanks to people sharing our post.

This little guy was picked up for jay walking in the 600 block of Fairfield. Is anyone familiar with this dog? He has no collar but is not afraid of people. Please contact Dispatch if you have any info, 859-292-3622. He will more than likely go to the Campbell County shelter if we don’t hear something.

With the 4th of July around the corner we wanted to make sure everyone understands the city ordinance on fireworks, and is attached below. Please be aware that the use of aerial fireworks in the City of Bellevue is illegal. 93.06 DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this subchapter the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning. "FIREWORKS." Any composition or device for the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect by combustion, deflagration, or detonation, and which meets the definition of consumer fireworks as defined in KRS 227.702 or display fireworks as defined in KRS 227.706 or otherwise so defined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in CPSC, 16 C.F.R. pts. 1500 and 1507. "FIREWORKS" shall not include: (1) Exception number 1: Toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns or other devices in which paper or plastic caps manufactured in accordance with DOT regulations, and packed and shipped according to said regulations, are not considered to be fireworks and shall be allowed to be used and sold at all times. (2) Exception number 2: Model rockets and model rocket motors designed, sold, and used for the purpose of propelling recoverable aero models are not considered to be fireworks. (3) Exception number 3: Propelling or expelling charges consisting of a mixture of sulfur, charcoal, and saltpeter are not considered as being designed for producing audible effects. (Ord. 2011-04-03, passed 5-11-11) Bookmark§ 93.07 PROHIBITIONS. No person, firm, co-partnership or corporation shall offer for sale, expose for sale, sell, keep with intent to sell, use, or explode any fireworks, including but not limited to those listed in Exhibit A attached to Ord. 2011-04-03, within the boundaries of the city, except as follows: (A) A public fire works display using display fireworks if permission is obtained from the Chief of the Bellevue Dayton Fire Department LLC and after providing notice to the Mayor and then only if all requirements of KRS 227.710 and other applicable laws or regulations are otherwise satisfied. (B) Those consumer fireworks classified as ground and hand=held sparkling devices as listed in Exhibit B attached to Ord. 2011-04-03. (C) Novelties and trick noise makers not otherwise classified as fireworks as listed in Exhibit C attached to Ord. 2011-04-03. (Ord. 2011-04-03, passed 5-11-11) Penalty, see § 93.99

Bellevue Police are asking for help identifying this individual. He hit multiple locations in the area using a stolen credit card. Any information please call Detective Nealy at 859-292-4237.

If your out and walking there is some pretty good lemonade at Retreat and Lafayette! At 50 cents it’s a bargain.

Veteran’s Memorial Service will be at 9:30am at the Callahan Center on Memorial Day. Road closures start at 9:30am and the parade begins at 10:30am. Fairfield Avenue will be no parking from 6am until the conclusion of the parade. Public Works will be posting no parking sign this week as a reminder.

Recently the Bellevue Police Department has received multiple complaints about city residents using out of state license plates.In December the police department started a program to track and monitor such vehicles that are violating state laws for improper registration. Persons using out of state tags can be found guilty of; 186.150 Residents not to use license of other states. (1) No resident operating a motor vehicle on the highways, shall secure or license the motor vehicle in any state other than Kentucky unless so licensed in conformity with a motor vehicle reciprocal arrangement or under the international registration plan. (2) The use of a license of any state other than Kentucky by a resident of this state on his car driven over Kentucky highways shall be prima facie evidence of guilt. Improperly registered vehicles are also in violation of the cities parking ordinance and if parking on public streets may be towed for the registration violation. State law requires individuals who move into the state obtain a Kentucky drivers license with in 10 days, and obtain Kentucky registration with in 25 days. Residents who wish to report violators may do so by sending an anonymous tip through Kentucky's Freddie Freeroader wesite listed below. https://revenue.ky.gov/Property/Pages/Report-Out-of-State-Plate.aspx https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btjTxwvDxbU

This bike was stolen from a yard in the 200 block of Berry sometime over night. Please contact Dispatch at 859-292-3622 if you see this bike or know its whereabouts.

Bellevue Police is now on Twitter and Instagram. Please follow for instant updates and help us keep the community safe.

Congratulations to Alanna Bass on her promotion to Sergeant on March 14th. Sgt. Bass has served with the department since October of 2014. We are excited to work with Sgt. Bass in her new role.