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Frankfort Police Department – (765) 654-4245
Welcome to the Frankfort Police Department. This site was created to facilitate the dissemination of public safety information, to introduce you to the services provided by the Frankfort Police Department and to improve communications between the police department and the community we serve. The staff of the Frankfort Police Department works hard each day to improve our services to Frankfort’s citizens and visitors. Using current technology, such as this website and the department’s Facebook page, we hope to be able to provide up-to-date public safety information while employing the community’s assistance in solving cases; all with the intent of providing the best possible service to our community.
The National Council for Home Safety and Security is a trade association comprised of home security professionals across the United States. The council advocates for safe communities and home safety with a strong focus on community involvement.
- Emergency: 911
- Report A Crime: (765) 654-4431
- Tip line for non-emergency crime and traffic violation information: (765) 654-6480
- Records Division: (765) 654-4434
- Administrative Division: (765) 654-4245
- Detective Division: (765) 654-4277
- Fax: (765) 654-9197
As the Chief of Police, I am commissioned with the responsibility of ensuring the citizens of Frankfort receive the best service possible in accordance with the tenets of our mission statement: respect, integrity and service. I am fortunate to work with dedicated staff members and sworn officers who understand the mission of the Frankfort Police Department and place public safety as their top priority. Together we will work to keep our community informed and safe.
Scott Shoemaker, Chief of Police
Police Department Internship
Project Lifesaver for Clinton County
Project Lifesaver is a Public Safety program designed to protect and locate missing persons due to wandering. Project Lifesaver’s mission is to use state of the art technology in assisting those who care for victims of Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, Down Syndrome and any other cognitive condition that causes wandering. Completed applications should be returned to Colleen Moore at the Frankfort Police Department, 201 West Washington Street, Frankfort, IN 46041.
Frankfort residents can text TIP FRANKFORTPD followed by their message to 888777.
Property Watch Form
Planning a vacation or a period of absence from your residence or property? Fill out the Property Watch form before you leave and the Frankfort Police Department will keep watch.
Home Inventory Form
This form is offered as a tool for homeowners to print and complete as a record of their valuables. In the event any of them are ever stolen, this form can be shared with the Frankfort Police Department for them to track serial numbers, etc. as a means of tracking down the stolen items. A hard copy of the completed form should be stored in a secure location such as a bank deposit box.
Safer Seniors Program
Are you a Frankfort senior citizen 65 years or older or do you know one of our beloved residents who is? If so, the Frankfort Fire and Police Departments have launched their Safer Seniors Program, designed to help Frankfort seniors remain independent and safe in their homes.
Public Records Request Form
Complaint of Employee Form
Body Camera Information Request Form
Request For Criminal History
Special Event – Public Property User Application And Agreement
The Frankfort Police Department is dedicated to respecting all citizens and visitors in the City of Frankfort and fostering a high degree of confidence and trust within the community.
The employees of the Frankfort Police Department will conduct themselves with the highest level of integrity, employing ethically sound behavior and conducting themselves on and off duty in a professional manner. Employees will endeavor to be examples of reliability and decorum within the community.
The Frankfort Police Department is dedicated to responding to citizen needs with compassion, respect, commitment and persistence, ensuring timely service to the community.
Police Department Personnel
|284||Scott T. Shoemaker||Chief of Police|
|181||James R. Skinner||Deputy Chief|
|243||V. Jason Albaugh||Detective Major|
|203||William J. Hackerd||Detective Captain|
|290||Jeremy K. Rushton||Sergeant|
|280||Mark D. Schilling||Patrol Officer/SRO|
|288||Chad R. Walker||Narcotics Detective|
|228||Michael J. Cesare||Patrol Officer|
|229||Eric J. Booth||Detective|
|250||Jacob R. Myers||Patrol Officer|
|255||Robert M. Hession||Patrol Officer/SRO|
|270||Glenn M. Talbot||Patrol Officer|
|281||Joshua W. Danner||Detective|
|300||Beau C. Smith||Patrol Officer/K-9|
|302||Marisol Douglass||Patrol Officer|
|303||Lance Pickrell||Patrol Officer|
|304||Mitchell Cottrell||Patrol Officer|
|305||Kaleb Thompson||Patrol Officer|
|307||Andrew Snyder||Patrol Officer/K-9|
|310||Christopher Salaba||Patrol Officer/K-9|
|311||Zachary Nichols||Patrol Officer|
|312||Jordyn Kuglarz||Patrol Officer|
|314||Blake Ramos||Patrol Officer|
|315||Dallas Snell||Patrol Officer|
|317||Brett Waggoner||Patrol Officer|
|318||Charles Baetz||Patrol Officer|
|319||Brett Dale||Patrol Officer|
|320||Freddy Martinez||Patrol Officer|
|321||Madison Douglass||Patrol Officer|
|308||J. Ryan Weaver||Reserve Officer|
|200||Charity R. Keller||Administrative Specialist|
|201||Colleen Moore||Systems Administrator|