|Dec 6 2017||
LMPD strategies show progress on violent crime
There is work still to do, Chief cautions in report to Metro Council
Chief Steve Conrad appeared before the Louisville Metro Council Public Safety Committee Wednesday to update the work his officers are doing to combat crime in Louisville.
|Nov 22 2017||
Western Union Fraud Settlement
If you lost money to a scammer who had you pay using Western Union between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017, you can now file a claim to get your money back.
Click here for more information.
|Sep 22 2017||
LMPD adopts new policy on working with ICE
Police will only respond in case of warrant, when crime occurs, or when there is a clear public danger
Police Chief Steve Conrad and Mayor Greg Fischer announced today a new policy that outlines the city’s role in working with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.
|Aug 21 2017||
Louisville Metro files lawsuit against nation’s three largest drug distributors for their role in creating opioid crisis
Louisville Metro Government has filed a federal lawsuit against the three largest wholesale opioid distribution companies – Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen, and McKesson – for dumping millions of pills into Louisville neighborhoods while refusing to fulfill their obligations to monitor, identify, report and halt suspicious shipments of opioids.
|Aug 1 2017||
Crime down 4 percent in Louisville for first half of 2017
All eight LMPD divisions report declines
Homicides remain high, but Mayor says overall crime strategy shows progress
|Jul 6 2017||
Mayor Fischer's remarks for Capturing Ali's Spirit: Creating a city of peace and safety
Mayor Greg Fischer's prepared remarks from Capturing Ali's Spirit: Creating a City of Peace and Safety on July 6, 2017 at the Muhammad Ali Center:
|Jul 6 2017||
Mayor Fischer details comprehensive, six-point crime plan, outlines call to action
Speaking to hundreds of community and civic leaders during an I Am Ali Festival event this evening, Mayor Fischer outlined the many factors contributing to a recent spike in homicides in Louisville and the nation’s other largest cities -- including gangs, drugs and an unprecedented number of guns on the streets.
|Apr 25 2017||
Louisville Metro Police and local pharmacies are taking back unwanted prescription drugs on April 29
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (April 26, 2017) – Louisville Metro Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and three local pharmacies on Saturday will give the public an opportunity to prevent prescription drug abuse and misuse by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
|Apr 10 2017||
Louisville Metro Police are taking back unused and expired prescription drugs in Third Division on April 12
Safe disposal of medications helps to prevent misuse of narcotics that can lead to addiction
|Mar 1 2017||
Submitting an Anonymous Tip to the ATF
The fight to protect our communities is not just up to law enforcement; it’s a partnership between your community and law enforcement. We look to you who live in these communities we protect to provide us with information about gun violence.
|Mar 1 2017||
Violence reduction strategy showing progress
Arrests up; assaults, burglaries and robberies down; OSHN investing in prevention and intervention
Louisville’s strategy for reducing violence in part by focusing on high-crime areas is showing progress, including a 13 percent reduction in aggravated assaults, 16 percent reduction in burglaries and 29 percent drop in robberies in those communities.
|Nov 10 2016||
Next Building our Blocks: Parkland on Nov. 17
Collaborative effort designed to ‘cleanup, build up’ neighborhoods
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that the next Building our Blocks event for 2016 will be in the Parkland neighborhood on Thursday, Nov. 17.
|Jul 19 2016||
Louisville Metro partners with Nextdoor social network
LMPD already using to enhance police-neighborhood communications