Georgetown Police Department

Our Mission

With a vision for the future and a tradition of excellence, we are dedicated to providing professional law enforcement services while working to obtain justice and equality for all residents and visitors in our town. The Police Department shall treat all people fairly, impartially, and with respect and dignity while maintaining the integrity of the profession. It is the mission of this department to work proactively with the citizens to prevent criminal activity and to enhance the quality of life within our community.

The officers of the Georgetown Police Department are pleased they are able to provide personalized services that are often no longer available or offered by larger police departments. Our officers are actively teaching safety awareness programs to the school children and the community at large, conducting routine property checks for citizens who are on vacation, and assisting citizens when they are locked out of their homes or vehicles. Our officers hold themselves to the highest standards and we are proud to provide our citizens with the up most professional service deserved.

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As other areas in the County of Floyd, the Town of Georgetown has an agreement with the New Albany – Floyd County Animal Control Department to take care of the animal issues that occur within our communities. If you have a question, concern, or emergency that involves a domestic or feral animal in your neighborhood, contact a representative from the Animal Control Department and they will either advise you with the proper information to address your specific situation or they will take the appropriate action to eliminate the animal emergency or dilemma.
New Albany-Floyd County Animal Control Department
Emergencies: 911
Dispatch: (812) 948-5400
Office: (812) 948-5355

Person’s desiring to obtain a handgun permit must go on-line to and follow the the drop-down prompts on the left side of the web page titled “Firearms Licensing.” Effective March 1, 2011, the Indiana State Police no longer accept handwritten applications; currently all applications must be completed on-line. Fingerprinting is still an option to have it completed either on-line, when scheduled through the Indiana State Police website. If you have any questions in regard to this new process please do not hesitate to contact us at (812) 951-2508.

Indiana accident reports can be obtained online at BuyCrash for a $12.00 fee.
To obtain a report online you must have the name of the driver involved, date of accident and the investigating agency information.

The Georgetown Police Department aggressively investigates citizen tips of drug or vice related activity in our town. Although we prefer to speak with you about your concerns, you may post a tip anonymously.

The most efficient way to provide us your information is:
Telephone: 812-951-2508
Email: [email protected]

If you have interest in working or assisting with the Georgetown Police Department either in a full-time, reserve, or support position capacity you can download our application online.

Print the application in its entirety and complete as requested on page three (3) of the packet. When completed, it can be submitted in person or by U.S. Mail to the following:

Drop off at:
Georgetown Town Hall,
9111 State Road 64, Georgetown, Indiana
Attention: Chief T. Speece
Mail to:
Georgetown Police Department
P.O. Box 455, Georgetown, Indiana 47122

This application can be used for both full-time and reserve police positions. Further information may be required as you move through the process if you are selected as a candidate for a position with the Georgetown Police Department. Thank you for your interest in the Georgetown Police Department.

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