Come home to Highland!

TOWN OF HIGHLAND © 2015

HIGHLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT

On behalf of the members of the Police Commission, the community’s sworn officers, civilian staff, our police chaplains and Volunteers in Policing, I welcome you to the Highland Police Department.

 

We exist to keep you and our community safe. It is a responsibility we take very seriously.

 

From our community policing initiatives and daily patrols to our Crime Watch meetings, Coffee with a Cop and police resources in our schools, our goal is to be a resource for law and order in our community.

 

We welcome you to let your fingers do the walking as you peruse our new web presence.

 

Here you will meet your police officers and police commission while learning more about our programs and initiatives. You can also find our recent crime statistics as well as links to our town laws. If you are looking for information on a topic and can’t find it here, please let us know via the email link contained here. We are always looking for ways to augment our offerings and will certainly consider your requests as we move forward.

 

We are here to partner with you to guarantee every resident and business owner the greatest safety. Have a wonderful and safe winter!

Sincererly,

 

Pete Hojnicki

Highland Police Chief

 

 

 

 

From the desk of Pete Hojnicki!

CONTACT INFO

Highland Police Department

3333 Ridge Road

Highland, IN 46322

 

Non-emergency telephone:

(219) 838-3184

 

Tips hotline: (219) 838-TIPS

 

Fax: (219) 972-5095

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SAFETY TIP

QUICK LINKS

BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS

 

Highland schools are back in session after the holiday break. Along with that we have had a healthy dose of snow and very cold temperatures. Please be mindful of children who are out and about. Snow piles make it harder to see small children. In addition, it takes longer to stop in ice and snow and the conditions make it harder for any pedestrian to keep their footing.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

 

• Pedestrians account for 30 percent

 of all traffic fatalities involving

 children under the age of 15.

 

• 22 percent of children ages 5-9

  killed in traffic crashes were

  pedestrians.

 

• 45 percent of all pedestrian fatalities

 involving children under age 16 were

 killed between 3 and 7 p.m.