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Archive | Police Department Updates

Police awarded two grants to help prevent dangerous and impaired driving

Frankfort, Ind. – A $5,952 Operation Pull Over grant and a $13,785 grant to establish the Clinton County Driving Under the Influence Task Force (DUITF) will aid Frankfort Police in their ongoing work to prevent dangerous and impaired driving. According to Captain Scott Shoemaker, the Operation Pull Over grant funds will be used for four […]

Reserve Police Officer Program established

“One extra person working can make all the difference in providing prompt police service” Frankfort, Ind. – Continuing to strengthen public safety resources and services for the community, the Frankfort Police Department is starting a volunteer Reserve Police Officer Program, earmarked with much of the same required training and education of full-time police officers. According […]

Police use social media to take citizens on virtual ride-along

Frankfort, Ind. – January 20, 2016 – Community members are invited to follow the Frankfort Police Department on Twitter @FrankfortPD Thursday, January 21 from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. as police officers launch the Department’s first “Tweet from the Beat” initiative. “We want to take citizens on a virtual ride-along as we live tweet Patrol Division activity […]

Police Department awarded $5,300 grant for medically equipped bags

Bags allow officers to aid victims of active shooter, mass casualty incidents Frankfort, Ind. – January 20, 2016 – Awarded a $5,382 grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI), Frankfort police vehicles soon will be equipped with specialized bags so officers can provide immediate medical attention to the victims of active shooter incidents, mass […]

8:30 a.m. January 16: Frankfort at Yellow Hazardous Travel Advisory

Effective at 8:30 a.m. today, Saturday, January 16, the City of Frankfort is at a Yellow Hazardous Travel Advisory, meaning there are no restrictions on travel, but drivers are encouraged to use extra caution on the slick roads. Our dedicated Street Department crews are out on Frankfort roads working to keep our streets as clear […]

Frankfort at a Yellow Hazardous Travel Advisory

Effective at 11:00 a.m. today, Tuesday, January 12, the City of Frankfort is at a Yellow Hazardous Travel Advisory, meaning there are no restrictions on travel, but drivers are encouraged to use extra caution on the slick, snowy roads. Our dedicated Street Department crews are out on Frankfort roads working to keep our streets as […]

Police release 2015 department statistics

Frankfort, Ind. – As part of the Police Department’s ongoing communications, Police Chief Troy Bacon released 2015 statistics showing officers responded to and provided 15,455 police services last year, an increase of 2,563 from 2014 Geographically, the northwest area of the City had the highest number of calls and services provided with 4,635 calls; which […]

Munoz chosen 2015 Police Officer of the Year; Hackerd recognized with Distinguished Supervisor Award

Frankfort, Ind. – Recognized for going above and beyond in many elements of his job, Police Officer Cesar Munoz has been selected as the Police Department’s 2015 Officer of the Year while Captain William Hackerd was awarded with the Chief’s 2015 Distinguished Supervisor Award at the Department’s annual awards banquet last night. According to Police […]

Police Department accepting applications for police officer and reserve officer

The Police Department currently is accepting applications for a full-time police officer and a reserve police officer. Applications are available to download here or hard copies are available at the Police Department at 201 West Washington Street, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Application deadline:  Friday, February 19, 2016 by 3:00 p.m.

$10,000 grant to benefit Police Department’s Babysitting Safety Program

Frankfort, Ind. – A $10,825 grant means life-like dolls will be purchased for next year’s teenage participants in the Frankfort Police Department’s Babysitting Safety Program, allowing young babysitters-in-training to interact with the “babies” who simulate crying, hunger, needing diapers changed and to be held. According to Police Department Office Manager and coordinator of the babysitting […]