Winamac Police Department

Officer Shelby Pickens follows a rider as she maneuvers around traffic cones.
Summer is right around the corner and that means that kids will be outside enjoying the warm weather on their bicycles. To ensure that all kids are safe and prepared this year, the Winamac Police Department brought back their annual bike rodeo for a second time and it was a success. The rodeo was...
Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell and the Winamac Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners recently discussed possible incentives they could offer to help recruit officers. Chief Campbell advised the board that officer Phil Foerg's last day with the department was March 9. He has since taken a...
Although the Winamac Town Council officially gave the Winamac Police Department the green light in January to order a Ford F150 Lightning, due to high demand they will no longer be able to do that. At a regular town council meeting on Feb. 13, Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell submitted his...
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The Winamac Police Department will be adding a Ford F150 Lightning to their fleet hopefully in the spring thanks to a majority vote from the Winamac Town Council on Monday, Jan. 9. Campbell highlighted that the truck is completely electric and goes from zero to 60 in four seconds. The vehicle could...
The Winamac Police Department is due to purchase a new police vehicle and police chief Tyler Campbell said that they are interested in potentially adding an electric vehicle to their fleet. Chief Campbell explained at a special meeting of the Winamac Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners on...
Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell welcomes the kindergarten students to "Pop Tarts with Police."
Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell welcomes the kindergarten students to "Pop Tarts with Police" on Friday, Dec. 16. The event is grade level specific and gives the EPES students a chance to meet the officers and ask questions.
The memorandum of understanding between the town of Winamac and the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation for the School Resource Officer (SRO) passed at a regular meeting on Nov. 14. Town attorney Justin Schramm clarified that he drafted the document and made the needed changes to ensure...
On behalf of the town of Winamac, Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell recently approached the county council about potentially making a financial contribution to Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation's School Resource Officer (SRO) program. After some deliberation and discussion, the council...
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The Winamac Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners reconvened for their first meeting since February to approve the advertisement for the hiring of a seventh officer. The department is looking for an additional officer due to Officer Pickens going to the police academy in January and Lt. Ryan...
A School Resource Officer (SRO) may soon be walking the halls of the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation thanks to an upwards vote from the Winamac Town Council to proceed pursuing the matter. Chief Campbell said that Lieutenant Austin would be assigned to the school during the school year...

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