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Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Frankfort Citizens Police Academy Class

Congratulations to the inaugural Citizens Police Academy Class!

Congratulations to the members of the inaugural Frankfort Citizens Police Academy class on the completion of their nine-week course this evening! Led by Program Coordinator Lieutenant Jake Myers, Academy participants met every Tuesday evening at the Police Department to learn about a wide range of topics including criminal law, use of force, traffic law, DUI […]

Police Body Camera Forum set for December 1

Public feedback encouraged on usage policy Frankfort, Ind. – Community members are invited to attend an open forum Tuesday, December 1 at 6:00 p.m. at the Community Schools of Frankfort administration building to discuss and provide feedback on the Police Department’s upcoming implementation of Body Worn Cameras. Hosted by Deputy Police Chief Glenn Talbot, the […]

No Shave November to benefit Humane Society of Clinton County

Facial hair campaign raises awareness of men’s health issues Frankfort, Ind. – In a partnership to raise awareness of prostate cancer while benefiting the Humane Society of Clinton County, Frankfort Police officers are forgoing the razors this month in favor of facial hair and making a $25 contribution to help local shelter animals. According to […]

Police host Saturday Breakfast at the Station community meeting November 7

Frankfort, Ind. – Frankfort residents are invited to kick off their weekend at a Saturday Breakfast at the Station community meeting Saturday, November 7 at 10:00 a.m. at the Police Department, 201 West Washington Street. In encouraging community members to bring their families to attend the meeting, Police Chief Troy Bacon said Saturday’s event will […]

Message from Police Chief Troy Bacon

While incidents involving two of our police officers (one having already resigned) have made the news recently, it’s important to know the steadfast commitment our department leadership expects out of all of our officers in upholding the highest ethical standards of professional conduct — both on and off the job. Recently, Chief Bacon sent out […]

Police offer Halloween safety tips

Frankfort, Ind. – With the City’s official Halloween trick-or-treat hours set for 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Saturday, October 31, Frankfort Police are offering safety tips for trick-or-treaters that night. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, ghosts, witches, super heroes and goblins of all ages are encouraged to take the following precautions to help ensure a […]

Drug arrests, trash-recycling, handling of code violations up; structure fires, theft, burglary and robbery down

City departments’ stats point in right direction at conclusion of last 200-Day Plan for 2015 Frankfort, Ind. – At the conclusion of the McBarnes administration’s fifth 200-Day Plan, drug arrests are up, structure fires are down, handling of property maintenance complaints are up and trash and recycling collection amounts have increased while major crimes of […]

Police body camera initiative to benefit from craft show, pumpkin decorating contest

Frankfort, Ind. – Wanting to do their part to help Frankfort police officers buy body cameras for officers and the public’s benefit, local seventh graders are hosting the Frankfort Middle School’s Fourth Annual Autumn & Holiday Craft Show and pumpkin decorating contest Saturday, October 24 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the school’s gymnasium. […]

Police offer babysitting safety course for area teenagers

Frankfort, Ind. – With the benefits and popularity of their previous babysitting safety course, Frankfort Police will host another free four-week long program for Frankfort and Clinton County teenage (12-18 years old) babysitters. According to Police Department Office Manager and coordinator of the program Charity Keller, the course will begin on Wednesday, October 21 from […]

Frankfort’s official trick-or-treat hours set for Halloween night

Frankfort, Ind. – Frankfort’s official trick-or-treat hours will be 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Halloween night, October 31. The Board of Public Works and Safety approved the times at their meeting this afternoon. Frankfort firefighters will distribute candy at all three fire stations (headquarters at 257 South Clay Street, Engine Company #2 at 508 North […]