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To Serve & Protect 


The mission of the Madisonville Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our community by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide for a safe environment.

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Madisonville Police Department 

Chief Steve Bryan
Phone: (270) 824-2112
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MPD will provide reports during regular business hours for a $3.00 fee per report. Payments accepted in money orders or cash only. You can also click the photo above to obtain your report through buycrash.


Employment Opportunities

Join our force dedicated to protecting our community when you learn about opportunities to become a police officer, dispatcher, call-taker or civilian employee. Click the photo above to obtain a copy of our application.




Learn about the safety of our community by checking our daily crime mapping. Click the photo above to look at the community crime map.


Grapevine Elementary

Jesse Stuart Elementary

Pride Elementary

West Broadway Elementary

Browning Springs Middle School

James Madison Middle School

Madisonville North Hopkins High School

Madisonville Community College

Citizen's Police Academy

The Citizen's Police Academy is a revolutionary concept in law enforcement that provides citizens with a better understanding of the role of law enforcement. The Citizen's Police Academy will offer citizens insight into how members of The Madisonville Police Department perform their duties and promote better police/community relations. To be considered for the Citizen's Police Academy, an applicant must be a resident of or work in the City of Madisonville or Hopkins County, pass a criminal history check, possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license, be at least 18 years of age and have no prior felony convictions.

School Resource Officers

The United States Department of Justice defines "school resource officer" as a "sworn law enforcement officer responsible for safety and crime prevention in schools," we define them as heroes in our own community. In light of recent developments around the country, MPD and City Government has taken the proactive step of putting a SRO in each public school in our district to ensure the safety of our kids, and with that, the longevity and security of our future.

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Safe Exchange Zone

MPD has created a "Safe Exchange Zone" to provide an exchange location for Internet purchase exchanges, as well as, child custody exchanges. The two spaces are just outside the main entrance to the Police Department and under 24-hour video surveillance. There are no time restrictions when transactions are to occur, but we advise for exchanges to take place during daylight hours. You do not need to make an appointment to make transactions.

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Crime stoppers

Crime Stoppers is a partnership between the community, the media and our law enforcement officers, whose mandate is to "work together to solve and prevent crime."

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Department breakdown

An agency is only as strong as the departments who make it up. Find out the internal structure of MPD and overviews of what each is responsible for.



Knowledge is power. When you take the time to watch our full presentation you are helping to make this community a safer place for you and those around you. 


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