Welcome to the Town of Chandler, Indiana's Web Site Town of Chandler, IN
Chandler Police Department
417 E. Jefferson Street
Phone: 812-925-6898
Fax: 812-925-6883
Emergency: 911

Chandler Police Vehicle

Police Chief: Marlin Weisheit

Assistant Chief:Robert Irvin

Lieutenant: Mark Dimmett

Lieutenant: Ronnie Walker

Sergeant: Matt Tevault

Patrolmen: Tim Schuble, Rodney Forston,

Office: Kathy Warren
E-mail: kwarren@townofchandler.org

Office Hours: 8:00 A.M.— 4:00 P.M.

“TO PROTECT AND SERVE”

WELCOME TO THE HOME PAGE FOR THE CHANDLER POLICE DEPARTMENT. IT IS THE GOAL OF THE DEPARTMENT TO PROVIDE PROMPT AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO ALL CITIZENS OF CHANDLER. USE THIS WEBSITE TO AS A USEFUL TOOL TO GAIM IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE TOWN. ALL RESIDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WITH ANY NEED FOR ASSISTANCE.
 

MISSION STATEMENT

“It is the mission of the Chandler Police Department to serve all people in a fair, impartial and professional manner and for our service to positively affect their quality of life. We shall enforce and administer the law according to the standards of the Constitution of the United States and the State of Indiana so that equal protection of the law is guaranteed to all citizens. The employees of the Police Department recognize the special trust and confidence given to us and we strive to never lessen the public’s opinion of our honorable profession.”
 

Chandler’s police department started from a one person Town Marshall in the early 1950’s. From this start, as the town grew, additional full time and part-time officers have been added to the town’s police force. Presently, the town’s police force has 6 full time police officers, one part-time, and other help comes when needed from voluntary auxiliary personnel.
 
OTHER INFORMATION

The Chandler Police Department is involved in the enforcement of a variety of Town Ordinances: For Example:

  1. Burning
  2. Trash & Debris
  3. Abandoned Vehicles
  4. No Parking Areas
  5. Trash Containers
  6. Excessive Weed and Grass Growth

The Police Department annually sponsors “National Night Out” an attempt to build up community relations between the department and the residents which includes the Fire Department, EMT’s, Local Red Cross, an evening of food, drink, vehicles on display, handout for kids, and a lot of information.

Our Police Department works closely with other local police units in helping with senior citizens issues, providing programs for local schools and clubs dealing with a range of issues that involve public safety. Gun Permits for residents of the town can be obtained by going to the police department. Other services such as vehicle identification are also provided. NEED HELP, CALL YOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT!!