Lebanon Police Department

Welcome to the
Lebanon Police Department (LPD)

Mission Statement

We are dedicated to maintaining the highest professional standards while serving the community in which we work and live. The police department is committed to the enforcement of the laws of Indiana and dedicated to protecting life and property while respecting individual rights, human dignity and community values. The Lebanon Police Department strives to maintain an active and positive police/community partnership.

Message from the Chief

Sam Myers, Chief of Police

Welcome to the Lebanon Police Department. I hope you find our site helpful and informative.

I must commend all twenty-nine employees for their commitment to providing the highest level of police services through a community partnership with the citizens and businesses of the City of Lebanon. Whether you live or work in Lebanon, or are just stopping by for a visit, you should know that we stand ready to serve. However, we cannot do it alone. We need your help by reporting suspicious activity and crime, becoming and remaining involved in your neighborhoods, and sharing information with us regarding any activity which might jeopardize the safety and well-being of any citizen.

I am a twenty-three year employee of the City of Lebanon and a thoroughly enthusiastic advocate for this community. Time-honored traditions, loyalties and friendships remain steadfast while new and exciting challenges and opportunities are always on the horizon.

Please spend some time on our website. If you have any questions or concerns please contact me or any other member of the department.

Thank you,

Sam Myers, Lebanon Police Department

LPD Quick facts: The Lebanon Police Department is comprised of 29 sworn personnel and 2 civilian employees serving a population of nearly 16,000 residents in north-central Indiana, answering approximately 18,000 calls for service per year. Officers from the department have been sent to the finest training schools across the United States and maintain expertise in many disciplines including firearms, evidence collection, polygraph, exercise physiology, public information, incident command, interviewing, public safety diving, tactical operations, defensive tactics, computer investigations and D.A.R.E.

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Public Workshop to Update Comprehensive Plan.
Public is Invited to update its 2007 Comp Plan more...

Annual Spring Clean Up.
Street Dept announces Spring Clean Up Days more...

Public Open House.
Active Living Public Open House more...

Public Information.
Land Use Plan/ I65& State Road 39 Land Use Plan more...

Public Meeting Cancelled Tonight.
Healthy Living Workshop Cancelled Tonight more...

Will there be recycle pick up Wed. Feb. 5th ????.
raystrash.com will tell you of changes more...

Trash Pick-Up.
Ray's Trash Service One day delay more...


Annual Street Dept Clean Up Days. more...

Annusl Spring Clean Up. more...

Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection. more...

Board of Works and Council Meetings. more...