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Fri, 11 Mar 2016
Robbery suspect Larry Randall Rose entered guilty pleas in Bullitt County Circuit Court on Thursday, March 10, 2016 for two counts of Robbery 1st Degree. Rose was accused of robbing the Sav-...Read more...

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Tue, 31 Oct 2017
Please call 957-4444 to get on the list to be judged. Read more...
Sun, 29 Oct 2017
Operation Santa Chili Supper hosted by the Burton family Oct. 29 5:00 - 7:00pm Hillview Govt. Center. All proceeds benefit Operation Santa Read more...
Mon, 23 Oct 2017
American Red Cross Blood Drive Hillview Government Center 283 Crestwood Lane 502-957-5280 4pm-7pmRead more...

Hillview Police Department

William Mahoney III, Chief of Police

283 Crestwood Lane
Louisville, KY 40229
Office: (502) 955-6808  

Fax: (502) 955-6860

The Hillview Police Department is located within the Hillview Government Center located at 283 Crestwood Lane. The main entrance to the Police Department is located on the right side of the building, and City Hall is located in the front portion of the building. We are an accredited police agency that currently employs fourteen full-time Police Officers, one part-time Police Officer, one Code Enforcement officer and one civilian employee.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Hillview Police Department is to develop a partnership with the community. Through this partnership, we will work together in maintaining public peace and improving the quality of life through communication and by providing fair and impartial police services. We are committed to the preservation of life, protection of property, prevention and detection of crime, enforcing laws & ordinances and protecting the rights of our citizens. We will constantly strive to maintain a high level of efficiency, professionalism and integrity. We will always do our best to better ourselves as individual officers and as an agency.

Criminal Investigations

The City of Hillview is continuing to grow everyday, and there is an ever-increasing demand for our Criminal Investigations Division. The detectives who comprise our unit interact with our Patrol Division as well as all other state agencies and many federal agencies.  The investigations range from conducting follow-up assistance to investigations in sexual assaults, deaths, robberies, burglaries, thefts, narcotics, and other felonies.

In addition, evidence & property is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. Our Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for the handling, storage, safe keeping, and disposal of the evidence and property confiscated by officers and detectives. The Criminal Investigations Division is also responsible for submitting DNA, narcotics, and fingerprint evidence to the Kentucky State Police Crime Lab for identification purposes.

Patrol Division

It is the function of the patrol division to provide pro-active patrol and efficient response to reported incidents, 24-7 within the City of Hillview. Often thought of as the "backbone" of the department, the Patrol Division is charged with the protection of life and property through watchful and constant patrol coverage.

These officers are the backbone of the Hillview Police Department. Their dedication and devotion to service & protection of the city's residents is the source of its reputation as a community-oriented organization. The police department has highly competent, trained officers and each officer is well-versed in the city's ordinances, as well as traffic, civil and criminal laws.

D.A.R.E.

One of our major objectives is to promote a positive relationship between our agency and our city's youth. We feel that one of the keys ways to accomplish this is to have positive police interaction with the city's youth at a young age. The D.A.R.E. program has been a major success in helping us achieve this goal. Officers Scott Barrow & Brian Denton are the D.A.R.E. officers for our agency. They teach the D.A.R.E. program at elementary schools within the city of Hillview.

House Watch & Business/Residential Checks

This program is to help deter property crimes while residents are out of town or away from their home for prolonged periods of time. Our officers will be notified of your departure and return dates, and they will conduct periodic checks on your property to ensure it is secure.

Throughout the course of their shifts, our officers randomly check businesses as well as residential homes within the city limits. Upon checking a business or residence, officers will leave a notification informing you that your business or home was checked.

Security Evaluation

The Hillview Police Department offers a free service to business & home owners within the city limits. Once requested, we will send an officer trained in crime prevention to provide a risk assessment analysis for your home or business. We will also offer suggestions on how to reduce risk and make your workplace or home more secure.

Social Media

In world history there have been few fundamental shifts in how people move through society, but right now such a shift is occurring. For centuries, people were introduced and became connected face-to-face. Today social media outlets provide unparalleled levels of information sharing and social networking.

The Hillview Police Department wants to reach as many of our citizens as possible and keep them informed. We have social media pages in place to help us obtain this goal. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube by clicking the links below. Come join the conversation!

Reports

Police reports are generally not available until 5-7 business days after the officer took the report. A copy of your police reports can be obtain at the Hillview Police Department during normal working hours. HPD advises that you call ahead to ensure your report is available. Collision reports can be obtained through BuyCrash.com, and we have provided a link for you below. 

Often times during inclement weather, such as snow or ice, officers are unable to respond to every non-injury collision involving minor damage. The police dispatcher or police officer may direct you to fill out the Kentucky State Police Civilian Collision Report Form. Simply click on the link below, print the form, fill it out entirety and mail it to the Kentucky State Police at the address provided on the form.  

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