Carrollton Police Department

  • Agency: Carrollton Police Department
  • Address: 750 Clay Street, Carrollton, 41008 KY
  • Chief: Mike Willhoite (Chief of Police)
Phone: 502 732-6621
Fax: 502-732-9429

Carrollton Police Department is located at 750 Clay Street, Carrollton, 41008 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Willhoite. The Carrollton Police Department phone number is 502 732-6621.

Carrollton Police Department News To the citizens of Carrollton and Carroll County Kentucky, thank you to the Carrollton Police Department and Chief Mike Willhoite for allowing me to be their Chaplain for three years. As I move to another city to pastor another congregation, I will take fond memories with me of these great police officers. Here is a video of some of our great ministry together. Pastor Tim Polley.

The administration lines are not working at this time due to an outage with Spectrum. The Carroll county dispatch center can only receive 911 calls at this time.

Happy 5th Anniversary Keith. Please keep this agency and officer in your prayers.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extend their condolences to the City of Fort Myers Florida Police Department and the family of Officer Jobbers-Miller. Fort Myers police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller died Saturday at Lee Memorial Hospital, a week after he was shot in the head while trying to apprehend a fleeing suspect.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their condolences and sympathy to the Arizona Department of Public Safety and the family of Trooper Tyler Edenhofer. TYLER EDENHOFER Officer Tyler Edenhofer was shot and killed after he and several officers responded to reports of a subject throwing objects at vehicles on I-10, near Avalon Boulevard in Goodyear, at approximately 10:00 pm. Three Arizona Department of Public Safety officers and two Goodyear Police Department officers responded to the scene and attempted to take the subject into custody. The man resisted arrested and engaged the officers in a struggle that lasted several minutes. The subject was able to obtain one of the officers' duty weapons during the struggle and opened fire, striking Officer Edenhofer and another Arizona Department of Public Safety officer. The subject was taken into custody. Officer Edenhofer had graduated from the police academy only three months earlier and was still in field training at the time of the incident.

The Carrollton Police Department sends condolences and prayers to the City of Milwaukee Wisconsin Police Department and the family of the fallen officer. A Milwaukee police officer was shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect wanted on drug and gun offenses, Police Chief Alfonso Morales said Wednesday.

We send our condolences to these three agencies. They have lost law enforcement officers within the last couple of weeks, due to medical emergencies while on duty.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department Convey their condolences to the City of Kent Washington Police Department and the family of the fallen officer. KENT, Wash. -- A Kent police officer was killed during a chase near SR 516 and Meeker street early Sunday morning, apparently struck by another Kent officer as he tried to deploy spike strips, according to the Washington State Patrol. "It's a very sad day for law enforcement," said Trooper Ron Mead. The incident started about 1:50 a.m. when officers responded to shots fired near the Shari's restaurant at Russell Road S and W. Meeker. An officer was in the area and heard the gunfire. When they arrived, witnesses pointed out a red pickup truck and police started a pursuit heading westbound on SR 516. The truck somehow managed to turn around and headed back toward officers. The officer who died tried to deploy the spike strips at Reith Road and SR 516 when he was struck by another officer pursuing the pickup. That officer then crashed into three cars at a nearby intersection. He was critically injured. The truck continued eastbound on SR 516 for about a mile where it crashed into a car. Several suspects fled the scene. One was arrested and two others are at large.

The City of Carrollton Police Department extend their condolences to the City of Dallas Texas Police Department and the family of Senior Corporal Earl Givens. On Saturday, July 21, 2018, at approximately 5:30 a.m., Dallas motorcycle officers were assigned to escort the body of Senior Corporal Tyrone Andrews from Laurel Land Funeral Home to a location in East Texas. During the escort, Senior Corporal Earl “Jamie” Givens positioned himself to block oncoming traffic to the eastbound entrance ramp to Interstate 20 at Bonnie View Road. Senior Corporal Givens was stationary on his motorcycle with his emergency lights on when the driver of a Kia Sportage struck the officer at a high rate of speed. Fellow officers immediately turned around and began rendering aid to Senior Corporal Givens until Dallas Fire and Rescue arrived. Senior Corporal Givens was transported to Baylor Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The driver of the Kia Sportage collided into the concrete divider and remained at the scene where he was subsequently arrested for suspicion of DWI. He has been identified as a 25-year-old Black male. Senior Corporal Earl “Jaimie” Givens, #5484, is a 32 year veteran of the department and was assigned to the Traffic Unit. Please keep Senior Corporal Givens’ family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their prayers and condolences to the Hawaii Police Department and the family of Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa. On July 17, 2018, approximately 9:47 p.m., Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle bearing Hawaiʻi license plate number ZGG 879, being operated by a 33-year old male identified as Justin Waiki, of a last known Las Vegas address, who was wanted on an outstanding no bail warrant and multiple All Points Bulletins. Upon officers approaching the vehicle the suspect Justin Waiki, exited the driver front seat and fired multiple shots from what is believed to be a handgun, striking Officer Bronson K. Kaliloa in the neck and leg area. Other Officers at the scene immediately returned fire, however, the suspect Waiki, was able to flee into the brush on foot. Highway 11 was closed down, while police searched for the suspect and process the scene for evidence. Officer Kaliloa was transported by the Hawaiʻi Fire Department Medic Unit to the Hilo Medical Center Emergency Room where the medical trauma team began treating his life threatening injuries and prepared him for surgery. Officer Kaliloa underwent surgery, however, lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead at approximately 12:45 a.m. Officer Kaliloa, a 10-year veteran of the Hawaiʻi Police Department, leaves behind his wife and three small children.

Sadly, this officer just passed away. The Carrollton Police Department extend their prayers and condolences to the City of Weymouth Massachusetts Police Department and the family of the fallen officer. A Weymouth police officer was shot Sunday morning, and police describe the situation as "very critical." Witnesses at the scene said they heard gunshots sometime between 7 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. One witness, who was dog sitting, said she heard officers yelling at someone to put a gun down before 10-15 shots were fired. Advertisement Sources tell 5 Investigates the officer may have been shot with his own weapon by the suspect.

Carrollton Police Chaplain Tim Polley was Recognized at the International Conference of Police Chaplains. Chaplain Polley received the “James Powell Award” for Excellence in Chaplaincy. Carrollton Police is truly blessed to have Tim Polley as part of our department. Congrats Chap. you deserve it.

Our condolences to the Cleveland Ohio Police Department and the family of Officer VU NGUYEN. We send our condolences to the Fulton County Kentucky Sheriffs Office and the family of Sheriff Robert “Robby” Woods. Sheriff Woods passed away Monday July 2, 2018.

Happy Independence Day from your Carrollton Police Department.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the State of New York State Police and the family of Trooper Nicholas Clark. Trooper Nicholas Clark was shot and killed when he and other officers responded to a suicidal subject at 10041 Welch Road, in Erwin, New York. He had responded to the residence, along with members of the Steuben County Sheriff's Office and Corning Police Department, after the man's wife called 911 at approximately 3:30 am and reported that he was suicidal and possibly armed. Crisis negotiators were attempting to make contact with the subject when he opened fire, fatally wounding Trooper Clark. The subject was found deceased a short time later suffering from a self inflicted gunshot wound. Trooper Clark had served with the New York State Police for just under three years. He is survived by his parents and brother. He was a former two-time high school state wrestling champion and had previously tried out for the Buffalo Bills football team.

Normally we mainly post information on Police Officers killed in the line of duty. We make an exception to regognize Captain Rosa (Captian Station 10, Long Beach CA Fire Department). Captain Rosa was killed by gunfire when responding to a reported structure fire. Another firefighter was wounded and is in stable condition, a citizen at the location was also wounded and their condition is unknow at this time. The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their condolences to the City of Long Beach California Fire Department and the familes of the killed and wounded. The firefighter who died as officials responding to a fire and shooting at a retirement home in Long Beach Monday morning had been with the department for 17 years, officials said. Dave Rosa, 45, had also served as captain of Fire Station 10 for the last six and a half years, Long Beach Fire Chief Mike Duree said. He leaves behind a wife and two children. "This is a tough day," Duree said, pausing tearing up. "It's a tough day." Rosa was among two firefighters who were shot during Monday's incident. The second was in stable condition at St. Mary's Medical Center and expected to make a full recovery. That firefighter has not been named, but Duree said the person is about 35 years old and has been with the department more than 10 years. A civilian was also shot, but authorities did not provide an update on that person's condition. Officials were originally called to the scene at 600 E. Fourth St. around 3:50 a.m. to put out a fire, but then residents reported they had heard some sort of explosion and could smell gasoline. The building's occupants were told to shelter in place. Then gunfire erupted around 4:10 a.m., shortly after firefighters put out the blaze but remained inside the building. It's unclear what led up to the shooting, said Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna. "You go to these scenes and you never know what's on the other side of those doors," Luna said. "These brave firefighters went through those doors and unfortunately they were met with gunfire." A person of interest has been detained in connection with the incident and a weapon has been recovered, according to Luna. But investigators are still working to put together a "big puzzle" from a "very chaotic scene," the chief added.

The Carrollton Police Department send their condolences to the Rocky Mount North Carolina Police Department and the family of Officer Christopher Driver. A Rocky Mount Police Officer who had been with the department since 2013 died Saturday night when his police cruiser collided with a commercial vehicle on South Church Street. According to the Rocky Mount Police Department, Senior Patrol Officer Christopher Driver, 26 more affectionately known as Batman, had completed his shift and was headed home in an unmarked patrol vehicle when he collided with a utility truck on Church Street four miles south of the police department at 10:35 p.m.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department sends their condolences to the City of Mentor Ohio Police Department and the family of the fallen Officer. According to a press release issued by the city, the officer, who has not been identified, was assisting with a traffic stop when he was struck by what is believed to be a late model Jeep Wrangler. It is said to be dark in color and would have sustained damage to the front right side and possibly the right side. The officer was taken to TriPoint Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

The Carrollton Police Department extend their prayers and condolences to the Florida DOC and the family of Officer Tawanna Marin. Secretary Julie Jones said, “We are absolutely devastated by the tragic passing of Officer Tawanna Marin. For more than nine years, Officer Marin served our state as a corrections officer, and we are forever grateful for her sacrifice and service to our community. Our deepest condolences go out to her loved ones and fellow officers during this extremely difficult time.” The Florida Department of Corrections today announced the passing of Officer Tawanna Marin of South Florida Reception Center. Marin was struck by a vehicle while supervising an inmate work squad in the community. She had been with the Department since 2009.

The Carrollton Police Dept. would like to wish all the dads out there a great big Happy Fathers's Day!! Stay safe !!

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extend their thoughts and prayers to the Wyandotte County Kansas Sheriffs Department and the families of the fallen Deputy and injured Deputy. One sheriff's deputy is dead and another is in critical condition after they were shot Friday during a prisoner transport in Kansas City, Kansas, authorities said.The two Wyandotte County deputies were transporting inmates to court around 11:30 a.m. CT Friday, sheriff's office spokeswoman Maj. Kelli Bailiff said

The Carrollton Police Department would like to thank the Carroll County Ky School District in letting us and the Kentucky State Police come in and teach the staff on active shooter training. Thank you Carroll County Schools!!