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Police Department
For emergencies call 911

Non-emergency:
(502) 327-COPS

Police Office:
(502) 425-5862

Fax:
(502) 425-5721

 

 

For emergencies call 911    Non-emergency: (502) 327-COPS (2677)    Police Office: (502) 425-5862

A Welcome From Our Chief of Police, Col. Grady Throneberry

The officers of the Graymoor-Devondale Police Department provide police and other services 24 hours a day, 365 days per year for the citizens and businesses in our assigned areas. Most of our officers are retired from other local agencies and bring vast experience to serve our residents.

As a community-oriented agency we strive to engage in community problem solving and strategic partnerships with other organizations. We have established and maintain relationships with the Louisville Metro Police Department, St. Matthews Police Department, Prospect Police Department, Indian Hills Police Department, Lyndon Fire District and our local schools and nursing homes.

A very important part of our approach to community policing is our Caring Neighbors program. Through this effort we attempt to identify residents who might be “at risk” due to age or health, and have readily available information about those with special needs in the event of power outages, severe weather or response by police, fire or EMS. The information, provided voluntarily by residents, is kept confidential and accessible only by our officers. You may contact us for additional information about this program.

Grady Throneberry
Chief of Police
(502) 473-6275
policechief@graymoor-devondale.com



 


 

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Graymoor-Devondale Police Department is to provide a safe and secure environment in which the citizens of our community can live and work by preventing criminal activity and identifying, apprehending and assisting in the prosecution of those who commit crimes. In addition, we will strive to protect and defend those who cannot take care of themselves. As individuals, in or professional and personal lives, we will be role models for the community we serve.

Goals:

  • To reduce and prevent criminal activity.
  • To apprehend those who break the law.
  • To resolve conflict in ways that leave individual dignity intact.
  • To be active participants in community problem-solving.
  • To treat all persons with respect, courtesy and compassion.

Values:

  • We value human life above all else.
  • We value individual rights, human dignity, and all members of the community.
  • We value the law as the foundation for order in society.
  • We value integrity, ethical conduct, accountability, courage and service.
These values are our very core, and are non-negotiable.