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Support personnel take non-felony police reports from citizens via online case filing, provide residential alarm permits and assist in the gun permit process. They are responsible for annually submitting statistics to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The Unit responds to requests for copies of police reports, criminal records (local only), and fingerprinting services. State wide criminal history checks must be requested through the Indiana State Police. The Fishers Police Department complies with the Records Retention and Disposal Schedule as promulgated by the State of Indiana.

The recruitment/hiring unit is responsible for all personnel recruitment. Their activities include visits to local and statewide career fairs; distribution of recruitment marketing materials and adherence to all statutory recruitment practices. Officers assigned to this unit take the primary role in conducting our department’s hiring process, searching for the most qualified men and women to serve our community.

Public Information and Education
Staff promotes cooperation, education and enhances communication between FPD, the citizens of Fishers and the news media. They improve communication through education, awareness and involvement in the community. Public Information involves coordinating FPD’s response to media inquiries. News releases are prepared and transmitted through email and social media. The Community and Youth Outreach Section runs various community programs such as Citizen’s Police Academy, Cops and Kids, Coffee with a Cop, Neighborhood/Business Watch, Teen Academy, FPD Explorers and the “Books and Badges” program. They provide services to schools and community organizations throughout Fishers. Our Neighborhood Watch program encourages citizens to become involved in the fight against crime, and provides avenues of communicating tips and concerns immediately to appropriate police personnel.

Animal Control

The Community Support Officer is the primary officer to handle animal control and is the liaison to the Humane Society for Hamilton County. The Police Department educates residents about our animal control ordinance and frequently meets with residents to ensure compliance. The Police Department is dedicated to animal control and always looking for ways to reduce complaints, expenditures and the number of animals brought to the Humane Society.

Additional Responsibilities
Our department works with community groups, schools and other organizations to provide logistical and security support for large public events. Our Fleet Manager works with the city garage personnel to provide complete maintenance on all department vehicles in addition to coordinating purchases and anticipating all department fleet needs.

Capt. Hepp

Captain Gerry Hepp

4 Municipal Drive
Fishers, IN 46038

Ph: 317-595-3300
Fx: 317-595-3343

After hours: 317-773-1282
Emergency: 911

Anonymous Tip Line
Ph: 317-595-3305

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.