Town of Newburgh Indiana, Est. 1803 - National Register of Historic Places, National Main Street Community, Ohio River Scenic Byway  




Police



The Newburgh Police Department is located at 527 State Street.

"Excellence, one contact at a time."

Mission statement:
The Newburgh Police Department is committed to providing quality law enforcement services and to making our community a safe place to live, work and raise a family.

Police Chief: Brett E. Sprinkle

Police Department:
Chief Brett E. Sprinkle
Major Eric Mitchell
Lieutenant Darrel Healy
Sergeant Chad Bailey
Patrolman Justin Chambers
Patrolman Ryan McIntosh
Patrolman Lindsey Bean
Patrolman Jeremy McCrarey

Administrative Assistant:
Deanna Malcolm

Police Commission:
Leanna K. Hughes
William F. Kavanaugh
Tonya McGuire

The historic sign from the first Newburgh Police Department identifies the current Newburgh PD at 527 State Street. 

Links:
Warrick County Sheriff
Indiana State Police
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)