Contact Information

Physical Address
239 W. Main St.
Richmond, KY 40475

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 250
Richmond, KY 40476

Phone: 859-623-1000
Fax: 859-623-7618

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm

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Welcome to the Richmond Police Department website. With today's technology, our agency is available to the public for any questions or comments.

The Richmond Police Department is a full service police agency and is proud to serve the Commonwealth Of Kentucky and the Citizens of Richmond. The department has 72 total employees, 61 sworn police officers (which includes 2 School Resource Officers), 1 non-sworn Public Safety Officer, 3 non-sworn Park Security Officers, 1 Parking Enforcement Officer and 6 administrative personnel.

The Richmond Police Department is comprised of dedicated professional police officers who are committed to our community. As a department, we are proud of the spirit of cooperation within our city and we are committed to working together to assure that our community is a safe and pleasant place in which to live and work. Our officers are dedicated to the highest level of integrity, professionalism and pledge to continue to work with the community to solve problems of concern for the citizens of Richmond. Thank you for visiting and please enjoy our website.

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Administration

Chief Larry R. Brock
859-623-1162 Ext 3043

Robert Mott
Major- Investigations/Street Crimes/ Narcotic's
859-623-1162 Ext 3056

Steve Gregg
Major- Patrol Division /Bike Patrol/Accident Reconstruction
859-623-1162 Ext 3050

Mitch Brown
Major-Training & Professional Development
859-623-1162 ext 3051

Public Affairs Unit

Due to staffing constraints, the Public Information Officer position is not currently being staffed. Public information is being disseminated by members of the Administrative Division. Anyone desiring public affairs information should contact Detective Brian Lafferty or a member of the Command Staff.

The Public Affairs Unit is responsible for scheduling police department tours, speaking to civic and youth groups, coordinating neighborhood watch programs, scheduling drug talks and presentations, fingerprinting of children, making safety and crime prevention presentations and coordinating the Greater Madison Area Citizen Police Academy.

For more information about the Richmond Police Department, please feel free to contact Detective Brian Lafferty ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

The Richmond Police Department in partnership with the community consistently strives to deliver the highest level of professional law enforcement, with full respect for human dignity, and according to the highest standards of professional skill, integrity, and accountability.


Greater Madison Area Citizens Police Academy
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Citizens Police Acadamy

Course Description

The Citizens Police Academy is an eleven-week (that includes graduation) program designed to give the public a working knowledge of the Richmond Police Department. Each session consists of eleven consecutive Monday night classes conducted at various police facilities in the county depending on the type of training being conducted. The instruction is comprehensive and each week separate areas of law enforcement are covered. Each class usually lasts 2 to 3 hours. Certified police officers, supervisors, and civilian instructors with particular expertise will conduct each topic. Attendees are encouraged to participate in a ride along program.

By allowing citizens a firsthand look at what rules, regulations and policies the police follow, some of the misunderstandings associated with police work may be alleviated.

The objective of the Citizens Police Academy is not to train an individual to be a police officer, but to produce informed citizens. The Citizens and Police Officers meet each other face to face in a neutral, friendly setting and each becomes a person to the other. In the past, citizens have simply seen a uniform, now they have an understanding about the person behind the badge and the procedures that they must follow.

All classes are free!! Although there is no cost to the participant, participants are asked to attend all sessions.

Who may attend the Academy?

  • Citizens 18 years of age or older.
  • Citizens with no felony or misdemeanor convictions.
  • Citizens must complete a criminal background check prior to the class.

 

To Enroll in the Academy download the application online or pick up the application at the Police Department.

*We are accepting applications for future classes. Date TBD.

Download Application Here

Return all applications to:
Detective Brian Lafferty
Richmond Police Department
1721 Lexington Rd.
Richmond, KY 40475

For More Information Contact:
Detective Brian Lafferty
Richmond Police Department
(859) 661-1802
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