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


5 days ago
Another slick morning and more ❄️ on the way. Take extra time and be careful on your way into work.

1 week ago
Roads are slick, use caution and slow your speed. If you don’t need to go out, don’t. Stay safe! #BtownPD

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Bloomington Police Department13 hours ago

FUR-EVER FRIEND FRIDAY

Officer Blake McCamey was hired in October 2017 and is making his Fur-Ever Friend Friday debut this week with Isabelle and Rocky. Rocky is a 2-year-old Pit Bull who needs to find a new friend. He previously spent time at the shelter with this sister, Lilly, who was his best friend. While in their home, Lilly was hit by a car and Rocky was never the same. He has returned to the shelter in hopes he will find a new canine companion. Rocky is also deaf, but is very responsive to hand commands and is extremely smart. Please help us find a Fur-Ever Friend for him! Isabelle is an 8-year-old DSH Tortie cat who has been at the shelter for 19 weeks. She loves to look out windows. She seems to do fine with other cats, too. Come meet these and the other great shelter animals!

Thanks for your time, Officer McCamey, and we wish you a safe, long, happy career in law enforcement!

The Bloomington Police Department partners with Bloomington Animal Care and Control every Friday to spotlight some of their wonderful dogs and cats in need of a forever home. Every Friday you will see photos of some of our officers and civilians with some of the senior and special needs adoptable dogs and cats. Please share these photos! Go meet these adoptable animals and help find them a good home! Our goal is to get all these animals a wonderful, permanent human to love.

Have a question about the animals you see or want to see more? Contact Bloomington Animal Care and Control at 812- 349- 3492 or stop by the Shelter at 3410 S Walnut Street, Bloomington, IN 47403 during their open hours, which are M/W/Th/Sat from 12-5, Tues/Fri from 12-7 and Sun from 1-4. You can also visit them at bloomington.in.gov/animalshelter or on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/COBAnimalShelter.

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Bloomington Police Department4 days ago

The Bloomington Police Department and the City of Bloomington celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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Bloomington Police Department1 week ago

Help us help you today! If you don’t have to go out, don’t. If you do, please leave extra early, decrease your speed, leave extra room between you and the vehicle in front of you and do not multi task at the wheel. If you have an emergency, know we will get there a as quick and safely as possible. If it is a non-emergency issue, it may be a longer wait than usual but we will get there. City street and a County highway have been working all night however the ice has been a big issue in keeping things clean. Use caution as main, secondary and neighborhood roads are slick. Check out Bonnie Roads for more information.