The Brandenburg Police Department is comprised of professional Police Officers that are dedicated to serving our community. We pledge to the citizens of Brandenburg that all problems and/or concerns will be addressed efficiently and effectively. We believe in Community Oriented Policing, and conduct a number of programs to help further that philosophy. We are committed to making our City a better place to live, work, shop, go to school and raise families.
Chief Brian Haag
Sergeant Tim Hendley
Officer Billy Richardson
Officer Daniel Waddell
Officer Tyler Mitcham
Citizens on Patrol
The mission of Brandenburg Citizens On Patrol is to enhance the individual and collective safety and general welfare of all people of the City of Brandenburg by assisting the Brandenburg Police Department in deterring crime in Brandenburg. The primary method used to deter crime will be to provide high visibility patrol within the City.
The program consists of volunteers from Brandenburg who donate their time to patrol the City of Brandenburg. The object of the program is to enhance and support the Police Department by freeing up officers for higher priority duties. It also provides more eyes and ears on the streets observing and reporting crime and/or suspicious activity.
Program guidelines prohibit volunteers from actions that would place them in a confrontational situation. Radios and a cellular telephone on which to call in incidents needing police attention will be supplied along with vehicles. Corporate sponsors and private individuals support the program to help pay for cellular phones, radios, vehicles, miscellaneous equipment and distinctive clothing.
Participants will volunteer a minimum of 8 hours per month. Each participant must document his/her activities during patrol and his/her volunteer hours and this information is forwarded to the Brandenburg Police Department.
Click here to download the Brandenburg Citizens on Patrol Sponsorship Application and Renewal [PDF, 22KB].
The Brandenburg Police Department is accepting applications for the Citizens Volunteer program, known as the Citizens on Patrol. Volunteer Qualifications:
- 18 years of age or older
- Must be a resident of Brandenburg or Meade County
- Good moral character
- Good driving record
- No felony record
- Submit to a background check
- Valid KY driver’s license
Participants will volunteer a minimum of 8 hours per month.
The volunteer applications may be picked up Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the following address:
Brandenburg Police Department
Brandenburg City Hall
737 High Street
Brandenburg KY 40108
Vacation House Checks
Request House Check Online
Officers and the Citizens On Patrol will perform daytime and nighttime patrols of your property while you are away.
It includes a perimeter check, physical and/or visual check of all doors and windows, verification of vehicles left on the property, and verification of any people found on the property.
Click here to download the Vacation House Check Form [PDF, 39KB].
"The first 3 hours are the most crucial..."
When a child is reported missing, time is our greatest enemy. A study by the Washington State Attorney General's Office indicates that in 74 percent of the most tragic cases, missing-child homicides, the child is killed within the first 3 hours.
With this in mind, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) launched LOCATER™, a web-based program that enhances law enforcement's ability to recover missing children by providing them with the tools necessary to rapidly disseminate images and information locally, statewide, or nationwide. LOCATER is available to any law-enforcement agency free of charge.
LOCATER is a web-based poster-creation program that provides law enforcement agencies with access to create and distribute their own posters to include Missing Children, Missing Adults, AMBER Alert, Wanted, Crime Alert, and other additional titles. The program allows agencies to distribute posters electronically and transmit the information to other agencies, media outlets, and the general public via Email distribution. Law enforcement agencies are also provided access to LOCATER WebMail to use to communicate with all LOCATER users nationwide.
How Does It Work? LOCATER provides LEA's with access to create and distribute posters to other agencies, media outlets and the public via E-Mail, Fax or Print Distribution.