Police Department

Police Chief Rob Wiley Rob Wiley - Police Chief
234 South Main Street
Kendallville, IN  46755

Tel: Emergency: 911
Tel: Non-Emergency:  (260) 347-0654
Fax:  (260) 347-7030
Email:  police@kendallville-in.org

The men and women of the Kendallville Police Department would like to thank you for your interest in our department. The goal of this department is to work with the citizens of our city to prevent crime, reduce traffic related problems and to make Kendallville an even safer place to live and work.

It is the mission of the Kendallville Police Department to provide professional, high quality and effective police services in partnership with the community.

Citizen Comments
Chief of Police Rob Wiley is interested in citizen comments regarding the performance of the Kendallville Police Department and it's officers. Provide your comments at police@kendallville-in.org.

Crash Reports
Crash reports are available immediately and can now be purchased at BuyCrash.com.

Police / Community Discussion Meeting
This meeting is open to anyone who wishes to attend and will provide an opportunity for citizens to ask questions and make suggestions to city and law enforcement representatives.  A short outline of current police programs and future goals will be presented by the chief of police.

The strength of our city and police department is dependent on the involvement and cooperation of those people who live and work in Kendallville.  Come and learn more about your police department, the prosecutor’s office, and city government.  We want to hear your thoughts and ideas about the Kendallville police department and the city of Kendallville.

Attending the meeting will be Mayor Suzanne Handshoe, Police Chief Rob Wiley and Noble County Prosecutor Eric Blackman.

The meeting will be held on August 26th, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Lutheran Life Villages Activity Room at 351 N. Allen Chapel Road.

Police Officer Position Opening
The Kendallville Police Department currently has an opening for a full-time Police Officer.  Aplicants must be at least 21 years of age, but not more than 35 years of age at time of appointment.  Initial requirements are a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent, valid Indiana Drivers license or the ablility to obtain one prior to hiring, and ability to pass a written examination and physical fitness assessment.  A comprehensive background investigation, voice stress examination, interview board and other procedures will be required for those continuing through the process.  Applicants currently certified in Indiana or those able to secure a waiver through the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board will be given additional consideration.  Applications will be available at the Kendallville Police Dispatch Center or can be downloaded here.  Applications must be turned in at the Dispatch Center no later than August 28, 2015 or returned by U.S. Mail postmarked no late than August 28, 2015 to:

Kendallville Police Dept.
Officer Application
234 S Main Street
Kendallville, IN  46755