How do I get an emergency protective order (EPO)?


Contact the Laurel County Attorney's Office at (606) 864-6159 and speak with Victims Advocate Angel Jones.



  • Direct the abuser to stop the abuse, leave the residence, have no contact or communication, and/or restrain from disposing or damaging property.
  • Provide the petitioner with temporary custody of minor children.
  • Provide other relief needed to prevent future domestic violence and abuse (e.g., confiscation of weapons, custody of pets, etc.).


Protective orders can be promptly enforced by police and the courts because these court orders must be entered into computer systems such as the Law Information Network of Kentucky (LINK). Officers across the country can access this protective order information at any time in order to enforce these court orders. However, Restraining Orders and Divorce Decrees are not entered into such systems. They require the services of an attorney and a court hearing before they can be enforced.

Visit our Special Victims Unit page for more info.


How do I file a police report?


For emergencies dial 9-1-1. To file a non-emergency police report call the London Dispatch Communications Center at (606) 878-7000, call the London Police Department at 878-7004, or visit the Police Department at 503 South Main St. and request to speak with an officer.

If you wish to report a crime electronically, you may for the following offenses, and we ask that you do so through Kentucky's online reporting portal: https://kspportal.ky.gov/CivilianReporti…/…/Public/Home.aspx

These crimes include:

· Harassing communications

· Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card (under $500 in a 6-month period)

· Theft by Unlawful Taking (stolen property valued at less than $500)

· Criminal mischief (under $1,000 in damage)

· Property lost or mislaid (valued at less than $500)

· Theft from auto (less than $500)


How do I obtain an accident/crime report?


Visit the London Police Department and we will provide a copy at $0.10 a page. Reports may not be faxed. If you wish to have a report mailed to you, please send a self-addressed and stamped envelope with your request to 503 S. Main St., London, KY 40741.

For those who wish to access the Department's services through online resources, visit the following links below:

  • To purchase a copy of a criminal report, please visit: https://buycrimes.com Please ensure you have the correct case number and date of the incident.
  • To purchase a copy of a collision report, please visit:
    https://buycrash.comPlease ensure you have the correct case number and date of the incident.


How do I pay for a parking ticket?


Parking tickets may be paid by cash, check, or money order. Once you’ve received a parking ticket you’ll receive a letter in the mail. The parking violation charges must be paid by the end of the month.

If a handicap placard is expired it is not valid.

If Paid Within 48 Hours After 48 Hours
Overtime 2 hours $10 $20
Overtime 4 hours $10 $20
Handicapped zone $40 $60
Parking on sidewalk $10 $20
Park in a fire/safety zone $25 $50
Park on wrong side of street $10 $20
Park over line, taking 2 spaces $10 $20
Parking on yellow line/curb $25 $50
Failure to display handicapped sign/tag $5




How do I find out about careers at the London Police Department?


Job applications are only accepted for open positions. A position will open for two weeks. During that time, the opening is announced through local press, radio stations, our Facebook page, www.londondpd.com, and at the
Police Department.


The London Police Department employs officers in a variety of positions, such as:

  • Patrol Officers
  • Canine Officers
  • Community Policing
  • School Resource Officers
  • Criminal Investigation Section
  • Technical and Support Services
  • Task Force Officers: i.e. F.B.I./D.E.A./U.S. Forestry Service

All London Police Department applicants must be a high school graduate, or possess a G.E.D. (General Educational Development) certificate. This requirement must be met at the time of the written exam. As a recruit with the London Police you’ll receive training and certification through the Department of Criminal Justice Training. Contact the Department for more information on our hiring standards, benefits, and requirements.

The London Police Department hires only the most qualified applicants, thus the testing and selection process is very competitive. We encourage applicants to review our hiring standards to see if they are up to the challenge of working for one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the state. Those who are successful will be rewarded with a lifetime of opportunities and memories.


  • Competitive salary
  • Medical/Dental Insurance (Individual, and family)
  • Up to four weeks annual vacation leave
  • Holiday benefits
  • Accrued medical leave
  • Take home vehicle
  • Uniform/Equipment purchase

Please carefully review the information listed below. These specific guidelines are provided in an effort to assist you with your decision concerning whether it is beneficial to submit your application for employment to our Department. Please be advised that the information listed below does not constitute all applicable hiring standards of this Department; the majority of our standards are confidential and are not available for applicants or currently employees to view.

Requirements include:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment to the police academy
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony, or have any criminal actions pending
  • Misdemeanor convictions will be considered on an individual basis
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license
  • Must not be a current user of illegal drugs
  • Must not have bought or sold any illegal drugs
  • Must pass a pre-employment written examination
  • Must pass a pre-employment physical agility test
  • Must take a pre-employment oral evaluation
  • Must pass an in-depth background investigation
  • Must pass a pre-employment suitability test
  • Must take a pre-employment polygraph examination
  • Must pass a pre-employment test for drug detection
  • Must pass a pre-employment medical examination
  • Must not be prohibited by Federal, or State law for possessing a firearm
  • Must have received an honorable discharge, or a general discharge under honorable conditions, if having served in any branch of the armed forces of the United States
  • Must be willing to work varied work schedule