Police

Police Department

Mission Statement
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The mission of the Greenfield Police Department is to improve the quality of life experienced in our neighborhoods. We will provide the necessary services identified by the Community as important and to prevent crime, reduce fear, and to enforce the law while protecting each individual's freedom as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.

With the approval of the Citizens we serve, we will perform our SWORN duties ethically while maintaining respect for individual rights, human dignity, and common values. We are committed in maintaining a good Police/Community partnership and in assisting our Citizens in identifying and solving their problems to generally improve their quality of life in Greenfield

Functions and Services

The Greenfield Police Department is staffed by 36 officers, 1 parking enforcement officer, 1 victim advocate, and provides the following services for the City of Greenfield:

  • Law enforcement
  • Traffic enforcement and safety
  • Parking enforcement
  • D.A.R.E.-Drug Abuse Resistance Education programs
  • Crime prevention training and programming
  • Applications for handgun permits

 

 
 
 Call (317) 477-DRUG to report suspicious drug activity.
 
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GPD Citizen's Academy

GPD will be accepting applications for the Citizen's Academy through May 15, 2014. Class will begin June 4 and every Wednesday night for 7 weeks. You must be at least 18 years old, reside in the Greenfield Central School District and have not completed the Citizen's Academy in prior years.

 

2010 Traffic Safety Report

The City of Greenfield is one of the Safest cities in Indiana if not the country to operate a vehicle. The police department has continued to enforce traffic laws and make arrests. The street department has updated and is continually making sure the proper traffic control devices are in place and that the streets are clear of snow and in good condition. The engineering department is continually making sure that new construction is properly designed to make the streets safe. Together, all the city departments are working to make our city the safest it can be. Overall, this Traffic Safety report shows that the City of Greenfield is doing a great job and the citizens of Greenfield are reaping the benefits. Major Derek Towle Traffic Safety Officer Greenfield Police Department  

Contact GPD

Contact
Chief
Address: 116 S. State St
Telephone: 317-477-4410
Fax: 317-477-4401