The Cicero Police Department employs nine fulltime and twelve reserve officers. These officers are guided by a community policing philosophy in their duty to protect and serve the citizens of Cicero. Through this citizen/police partnership, we are dedicated to providing a safe environment in which to live, work and visit.
Calls for service and 911 calls are routed through the communications center at the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and dispatched to our officers by way of radio communication and in-car computers. Administrative needs such as report copies, fingerprinting and permits are handled at the police station by a part-time administrative assistant. Phone numbers are posted in the lobby to have an officer dispatched to the station in her absence.
The department maintains a positive working relationship with all police agencies in the county as well as the Indiana State Police. This relationship provides for mutual assistance, pooled resources when necessary for certain investigations and for additional manpower for large events such as the July 4th celebration, Dine on the Causeway, to name a few.
Pictured are left to right: Sergeant Don Nygaard, Captain Doug Grishaw, Chief James Hunter, and Major Jeff Rednour
The Cicero Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Reserve Police Officer.
Applications can be picked at the Cicero Police Department, 70 S. Byron St., Monday-Friday between 8:00am-2:30pm or a printable edition on the police department web site, Ciceroin.org. Applications can be emailed back to email@example.com or dropped off at the Police Dept.. Additional questions can be directed to Major Jeff Rednour at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-984-3648.
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Cicero Police Department
PO Box 42
70 Byron Street, Cicero
Cicero, IN 46034