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Lebanon Police Department



Message from Chief Warmoth:

The year of 2016 has brought exciting changes to the Lebanon Police Dept. I am Tyson Warmoth, your new Chief of Police. Along with my new Assistant Chief of Police, Major Brad Bailey, we pledge to truly “protect and serve” the City of Lebanon by building trust and cooperation with the citizens. So you know a little about us, I am a Boone County native, born right here in Lebanon. As well as being a United States Air Force veteran, I am a 26 year veteran of law enforcement, having served the past 20 years with LPD. I have served in a variety of roles on the department such as a Field Training Officer, Bicycle Patrol, Honor Guard, Emergency Vehicle Ops Instructor, and what I am most proud of, my 17 years of membership on the Boone County Special Response Team. I have worked my way up through the ranks of Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain before assuming my role as Chief of Police. I have worked the streets of Lebanon for over 20 years and I am keenly aware of our City’s problems. But I am just as equally aware of the great sense of community and our quality of life we share in the City!

Major Brad Bailey has now served on the Department for over 10 years. Brad is widely known as our City’s DARE officer and is a welcome face in all of our City’s public schools. Brad is enthusiastic for his work with the DARE program and plans to continue instructing the program. Brad was formerly a Sergeant on Road Patrol, Bicycle Patrol, Honor Guard, and one of our Senior Field Training Officers. Brad is also a native of Lebanon, living here his entire life.

Brad and I truly believe we are servants to the citizens of Lebanon. We welcome ideas and input from the community and will always have an open door to listen to your suggestions. We, the Lebanon Police Department, can’t do it alone! To effectively lower crime in the City, we need a partnership with the citizens. We need you to be good neighbors in your community, we need you to be the eyes and ears of the Department, and we need you to notify us when you see trouble. Together, we can make this an even safer city!



201 E Main St
Lebanon, IN 46052

  • Phone: (765) 482-8836
  • Fax: (765) 482-8837


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