Patrol Division

The Patrol Division is the most visible division in the department. Led by Deputy Chief Eric Cunningham, division commander, the officers in the Patrol Division respond to calls for service, conduct traffic stops, investigate suspicious activity, investigate traffic crashes and other duties as required.
The Patrol Division is divided into four shifts that provide 24-hour coverage for the City of Noblesville. The Noblesville Police Department currently divides the city into three different patrol districts. Each shift is required to have at least one officer in each area in order to enhance our response time. Each shift is commanded by a lieutenant and two sergeants. There are also three K-9 teams assigned to the Patrol Division which greatly enhances our ability to locate and apprehend criminals and to detect illegal drugs.
Officers assigned to the Patrol Division may specialize in areas such as drug recognition, crash reconstruction, field evidence tech, child safety seat restraint, and field training.
The Patrol Division is also supported by two Community Service Officers who assist with stranded motorists, enforcement of animal and parking ordinances, and a number of other functions and are a tremendous asset to the division's success.
The Patrol Division uses a number of different ways to provide service within the city. The most common is vehicular patrol. The division uses fully-marked, semi-marked and unmarked patrol vehicles in order to meet the different demands of its various duties. The division also emphasizes and encourages officers to utilize foot patrol as an effective means to deter and fight crime. The Bicycle Patrol unit is also used quite regularly throughout the year for regular patrol duties and for special events. The Noblesville Police Department also responds to incidents on Morse Reservoir using the Boat Patrol Unit as well. During the summer months, regular patrols are assigned to the reservoir. 


District Policing Program

 Police District Map


The patrol division's District Policing Program divides the city into 8 districts and assigned officers to each district. Each district is a neighborhood or group of neighborhoods that have an officer or two assigned to them. Residents are encouraged to contact the officer assigned to their neighborhood by e-mail. Depending on their work schedule, officers should respond within a couple of days. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you need a police response that's not an emergency, our non-emergency phone number is (317) 773-1300. If you have a general question or ongoing problem that could be solved by the district officer, please follow this link and e-mail your district officer.

Programs Offered to the Public

Vacation Watch Requests
  • Use this form to notify the department when you will be out of town. During your time away, our department will make every effort to check on your residence as time and workloads allow.
  • As a reminder, the Noblesville Police Department and the City of Noblesville do not assume any liability for loss or damage to property during the specified dates. 

Ride-Along Program

  • The Noblesville Police Department allows sincerely interested citizens and student interns to ride as passenger observers with patrol officers for legitimate civic and educational reasons. The purpose of the Noblesville Police Department Ride-Along Program is to encourage community involvement in law enforcement and to educate the public by opening lines of communication within the community. The Ride-Along Program promotes a better understanding of the challenges, risks, and rewards of the police officer's role in the community. 

Contact Us

Eric Cunningham
Eric Cunningham, Deputy Chief
Public Safety Building (more)
135 S 9th St
Noblesville, IN 46060

  • Business: (317) 776-6340
  • Business Fax: (317) 770-1414
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  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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