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Gary Indiana Police Station Address: 555 Polk St, Gary, IN 46402, United States


2 years ago
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3 years ago
Emergency repairs on gas line 21st Ave & Madison, traffic detoured. Traffic will be routed to roads east and west of the construction area.

Gary Police Department

Gary Police Department is found at 555 Polk St., Gary, IN 46402
For information call 219-881-1215
Non-Emergency 219-660-0000
Emergency dial 911
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Gary Police Department1 day ago

Family Offers Reward for Information:

On January 4, 2018 at approximately 5:30 pm Gary Police Department responded to a man down call inside a silver 2009 Pontiac Vibe in the area of 800 S. Lake St. Gary. Upon arriving Officers discovered Conley deceased from a single gunshot wound to the face.

The family of Terrance Conley is offering a reward of $10,000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) involved.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt. Jeremy Ogden of the Lake County/Gary Metro Homicide Unit at 219-755-3852 or the Crime Tip Line at 866-CRIME-GP. Callers may remain anonymous.

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Gary Police Department2 weeks ago

LT. RICHARD ALLEN APPOINTED NEW GARY POLICE CHIEF AFTER RESIGNATION OF LARRY MCKINLEY

Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson appointed Lt. Richard Allen as the new Gary Police Chief after the

resignation of Chief Larry McKinley. In appointing Allen, Freeman-Wilson said, “Richard Allen has risen

through the ranks of the Gary Police Department and has seen all aspects of the department. His

knowledge and expertise should serve him well as the new Chief and should equip him to lead.” Lt.

Allen is a 23 year veteran of the Gary Police Department, having worked in Patrol, Community Policing,

and Crime Scene Investigations. He has also served the department as a supervisor in Auto Detail and

the Internal Affairs Division as well as a Commander over the Supportive Services Division. Allen is a

1983 graduate of Roosevelt High School and served his country as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps

from 1983-1987. In response to his appointment, Allen stated, “I am honored to serve the citizens of

Gary and the men and women of the Gary Police Department. I look forward to working with a

dedicated team to enhance camaraderie among the members of the department, work with other city

staff and increase police and community trust among those who live in and visit this community.”

The Mayor noted that “Chief McKinley has ably served this department. I respect his decision to look to

the future as he closes in on the 20 year mark with the Gary Police Department. His care for crime

victims and their families, work to incorporate data into policing as well as the relationship he has built

with the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Department of Justice Diagnostic Center

have positioned us to take the Gary Police Department to the next level. The city of Gary will be forever

indebted to Chief McKinley for his service.” McKinley will remain with the Gary Police Department in a

capacity that is yet to be determined. Upon his resignation, McKinley stated, “I am grateful for having

been given the opportunity to lead the men and women of the Gary Police Department. I look forward

to seeing the department move forward.”

McKinley’s resignation is effective, Monday, January 8, 2017. Allen will be sworn in Monday at 9:30 a.m.

in City Hall. He is expected to name a Deputy Chief and his command staff shortly after being sworn in.

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Gary Police Department2 weeks ago

On January 1, 2018 approximately 1:50 pm the Gary Police Department responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 4200 block of Monroe Street. Upon checking the vehicle observed a substance believed to be blood in the vehicle. Officers did a owner check of the vehicle and traveled to the 3600 block of Johnson Street to do a welfare check on the vehicle owner. Upon officers arrival the front door was found ajar and officers began checking the residence. A male black was found in a bedroom and later declared deceased on scene by the Lake County Coroner’s Office.

Anyone with information on this incident is urged to contact Detective Corporal James Bond of the Lake County/Gary Metro Homicide Unit to 219-755-3855 or the Crime Tip Line at 866-CRIME-GP.

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Gary Police Department3 weeks ago

Please remember to take extra precautions while traveling this holiday weekend. Watch for roadway conditions and plan ahead. As always drive sober or arrange for a designated driver.

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Gary Police Department

Gary Police Department3 weeks ago

City of Gary Announces Emergency Warming Shelter Procedures:

Community members in need of emergency shelter from the cold may call the Lake County Dispatch Center at 219-660-0000, go to the Gary Police Department or any Gary Fire Department. Individuals will be assessed and transported to the proper facility for emergency shelter.
Community members may also reach out to Brother’s Keeper (219) 882-4459 and the Calumet Township Multipurpose Center (219)980-2171 as additional resources.

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Gary Police Department3 weeks ago

The Gary Police Department would like to remind all community members to take extra precautions in this extreme cold.
– Dress in layers if you have to go out
– Limit the amount of time you are exposed to the elements
– Salt sidewalks and driveways
– Leave the hot water drip overnight to help avoid pipes freezing
– Watch for black ice and other roadway hazards
– Defrost/clear all vehicle windows before driving.
– Do NOT use an open oven to add extra heat to the house
– Cover drafty windows with plastic to keep the heat in
– Please check on the elderly and home bound in your neighborhood
– Keep 2-3 days of nonperishable food on hand in case of power outages

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