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Bloomington Indiana Police Station Address: 220 E 3rd St, Bloomington, IN 47408, United States


2 days ago
With call 298 on the screen we are calling it a night. Thank you for following us. Night shift starts roll call in a few minutes. #BtownPD

2 days ago
And we are clear from the tow. Almost quitting time. #BtownPD

2 days ago
Looks like it’s going to have to be towed. Helping them make arrangements. #BtownPd https://t.co/4foC1QrZSg

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2 days ago
Call 287, Motorist Assist. Just standing bye while they get their car jump started. #BtownPD

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The green flag has dropped and The World’s Greatest College Weekend is off! The teams are riding circles over at Bill Armstrong to cross the finish line, and the police are running circles around the city to keep everyone safe until Monday. A little common sense can go a long way to stay safe and out of jail this weekend. If the spirit of Little 5 has invaded your brain, here are some reminders.

1. Anyone you didn’t know yesterday is a stranger. Be mindful of your surroundings and keep a trusted buddy close by.

2. Make sure your phone is charged. If your battery goes dead, you go home.

3. Call a friend, taxi, or rideshare service. We can spot a drunk driver from a mile away, and an OWI is much more expensive than an Uber ride.

4. No parking actually does mean no parking. Your car WILL get towed.

5. Look both ways crossing the street. A Honda Civic doing 30 mph can wreck your whole night.

6. Don’t walk home alone. When your friends leave, you leave too.

7. If you meet a police officer this weekend, be reasonable and respectful. We love Little 500 and we want you to have a good time, but it’s our job to keep the city safe.

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Bloomington Police Department2 hours ago

We are so thankful to Harvest Fellowship Church for bringing sides and desserts to our hog roast this afternoon and helping feed lunch to our officers, dispatchers, parking enforcement, and records clerks. From everyone at BPD, thank you so much!!

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Bloomington Police Department8 hours ago

Highland Village Church was so kind to bring a delicious breakfast to feed all of our staff working this Saturday morning. From all of our officers, dispatchers, and records clerks – THANK YOU!!

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Bloomington Police Department22 hours ago

Thank you to Kroger for these great looking fruit and veggie trays! We appreciate it!

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Bloomington Police Department24 hours ago

The thoughtful people of South Union Christian Church turned out with a fantastic assortment of side dishes and desserts for our cookout to feed our officers, dispatchers, parking enforcement, and staff tonight. We are so grateful for your support. We can’t thank you enough!

Bloomington Police Department

Bloomington Police Department1 day ago

The green flag has dropped and The World’s Greatest College Weekend is off! The teams are riding circles over at Bill Armstrong to cross the finish line, and the police are running circles around the city to keep everyone safe until Monday. A little common sense can go a long way to stay safe and out of jail this weekend. If the spirit of Little 5 has invaded your brain, here are some reminders.

1. Anyone you didn’t know yesterday is a stranger. Be mindful of your surroundings and keep a trusted buddy close by.

2. Make sure your phone is charged. If your battery goes dead, you go home.

3. Call a friend, taxi, or rideshare service. We can spot a drunk driver from a mile away, and an OWI is much more expensive than an Uber ride.

4. No parking actually does mean no parking. Your car WILL get towed.

5. Look both ways crossing the street. A Honda Civic doing 30 mph can wreck your whole night.

6. Don’t walk home alone. When your friends leave, you leave too.

7. If you meet a police officer this weekend, be reasonable and respectful. We love Little 500 and we want you to have a good time, but it’s our job to keep the city safe.