General Law Enforcement Information
The front desk reception is available Monday – Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Closed Saturday and Sunday. The Shepherdsville Police Department provides police services to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Download, complete, and submit the appropriate form, available from the Administrative Office of the Courts.
Varies. Defendants, suspects, and victims are handled differently. This may require a court order or final disposition of a case.
Anonymous tips may be submitted by calling the SPD Anonymous Tip Line at 502-215-1588. More information can be found here. KYANA Crime Stoppers will also forward information. Just call 502-582-CLUE (2583).
Write or email to Col. Douglas E. Puckett, Chief of Police at email@example.com, or complete the Thank an Officer form.
You may contact the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office at 502-955-7804.
Yes. For welfare checks please call the Bullitt County E-911 Center at 502-543-7074.
Any child under 40 inches tall must be in a child and/or infant seat. Any child, who is under seven years of age and is between 40 and 50 inches tall, must be in a booster seat. All children over seven years of age and over 50 inches tall must be secured in a seat belt.
Restraining orders are issued by the court. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Bullitt County Attorney’s Office at 502-543-1505.
You may contact the Shepherdsville Police Department at 502-921-1000.
Jail and Custody Information
You may contact the Bullitt County Detention Center, located at 1671 S. Preston Highway, Shepherdsville, KY 40165 at (502) 543-7263. You may also visit the Bullitt County Detention Center website.
Reports may be obtained by visiting the front desk of the Shepherdsville Police Department, located in the Shepherdsville Government Center or by mailing in the request including a self-addressed stamped envelope. There is a $5.00 charge for all accident reports, $2.00 charge for incident reports, and pictures are $1.00 per page or $5.00 per CD. Please also see the Report Request Guidelines.
It is the policy of our department to contact every victim of a crime in person. If you are not available at the time of the incident, an officer will respond to your location another time, at your convenience.