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Message from the Chief
I would like to remind everyone as Halloween approaches to keep our kids safe. Trick or Treat for the city of Lawrenceburg is Oct 31st from 6pm to 8pm. All the kids are excited for this time and will be on the streets and sidewalks. Please exercise extra precaution as you are driving the streets.
I would recommend having some type of a reflective on your child. I know as parents, you talk with your children about safety. Other safety aspects are always going with a group to a house and never alone. Please do not have your child go inside a house for any reason.
You also can always check out the Dearborn County Sheriff’s website of residences who are registered sex and violent offenders and to avoid those places. This was designed to increase community safety and awareness This is a fun time for our children; we just want to keep them and everyone else safe. Click here for Halloween Safety tips
Chief Donald Combs
Lawrenceburg Police Department
The Lawrenceburg Police Department is located at 349 Walnut Street in the heart of Lawrenceburg, Indiana. We are dedicated to serve our community with the highest level of law enforcement. We have 20 sworn officers that always make the community’s safety their first priority.
This is a very exciting time in our department. As the community grows, the community relations programs of the Lawrenceburg Police Department continue to grow as well. We are committed to providing officers with the highest level of training, state of the art equipment, and the support needed to provide the people of Lawrenceburg the level of service they deserve.
The mission of the Lawrenceburg Police Department is to provide the citizens of Lawrenceburg with professional law enforcement services using a proactive approach to fight crime, along with providing high visibility on the streets and neighborhoods. Certified, educated, well trained, and specialized police officers accomplish these goals.
349 Walnut Street Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
Forms and Downloads
In order to get a fingerprint, VIN Check, and or a VEN Check you must come to the police department to do so. Please be mindful that there is a five dollar charge that will be accepted in cash only.