The Corydon Police Department officers are highly trained civil servants. We understand that working with the community involves more than one or two aspects of training. We believe its critical to be prepared for any given situation, from helping a lost child or subduing a drug addict, to dealing with an active shooter situation. The Corydon Police Department works tirelessly to help Corydon stay a safe and wonderful place to live.
Most people only interact with police officers when something is wrong. The Corydon Police are working to change that, reaching out to the community in service. To this end, they partner with other entities in the community with safety and health programs.
Applications can be downloaded from the link at the bottom of any page on this website or picked up at the Corydon Town Hall Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM.
Certified Tier 1 ILEA graduates encouraged to apply.
All accident reports for the Corydon Police Department can be found by clicking here: www.buycrash.com.
Make sure you have your case number ready. Your case number is the number given to you by the officer working the crash scene. If you have lost your number, please contact the Corydon Police Department.
Governor Eric Holcomb has mandated that, beginning July 27, 2020 all individuals wear a mask in public, when social distancing is not possible.
While the Executive Order signed by the Governor does not impose a penalty on the mandate, please keep the following in mind:
While the Corydon Police Department will not be dispatched for the sole purpose of an individual failing to wear a mask in public; Business and Organizations may refuse service to any individual who is not wearing a mask.
Failure to leave the business or organization if asked to do so is Criminal Trespass, an arrestable offense.
Thank you for your Cooperation.
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