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Anderson, Indiana Police Station Crime Information

There were 18 registered sex offenders living in Anderson as of December, 2023. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Anderson is 3,061 to 1. The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this city is significantly lower than the state average. The 2020 crime rate in Anderson was 236, which was comparable to the U.S. average. It was higher than in 80.9% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Anderson decreased by 36% from 2019 to 2020. The number of homicides was 3, which represents a decrease of 1 compared to 2019. In the last 5 years, Anderson has seen a decrease in both violent crime and property crime.

Anderson crime rates are 3,386 per 100k, which is 83% higher than Indiana
Property Crime
2,900 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
486 crimes per 100k

The Anderson Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency. The department provides emergency response and criminal investigation services, as well as assisting law enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local level. The department has a fully functional SWAT team, Accident Investigation Team, Forensic Lab, Training Section and Community Policing Division.

Accident reports can be purchased at the website To locate an accident report, individuals may first select the state in which the accident occurred. Individuals must then select the jurisdiction in which the accident occurred, and the search will then commence. Individuals are then given three options to choose from to search for the accident report. The first option to locate the record is to provide the accident report number. The second option is to provide the last name of the individual involved in the accident and the date of the accident. The last option is to provide the last name of the individual involved and the name of the street where the accident occurred.

Chief of Police: Michael Lee
Phone: 765-648-6710

Anderson Police Department Address:
1040 Main St.
Anderson, IN 46016

Mugshot Record Request in Anderson, Indiana

The AndersonPolice Department provides an FOIA form for individuals who wish to request access to government records. The form requires individuals to input their name, address, and contact information. Details of the incident must be specific enough so that the City can properly locate the record. Fees for the request depend upon the amount for labor costs, materials, cost to mail the record, and cost of duplication. Requests can be submitted in-person or through the mail at the Public Information Office, 5th Floor, Anderson City Hall, 120 E. 8th Street, Anderson, Indiana 46016, or by email to: The Anderson Police Department will issue a response within 5 business days. The request will either be granted, partially denied, or completely denied. If denied, an explanation for the denial will be given, which the requester then has the right to appeal. The requester may also appeal the fee for the request if it is believed to be too excessive.

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Anderson, Indiana

To look up open warrants in Madison County, the public may access the warrants page on the Madison County Sheriff’s Office website. The fugitive’s first and last name will be provided along with their date of birth. The website also provides an expanded view, which displays the fugitive’s address and charge for which they have a warrant.

Anderson, Indiana Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Anderson was 54,788. The total area of Anderson is 41.71 square miles. The county seat is Madison County. The mayor of Anderson is Thomas Broderick Jr.

Phone: 765-648-6000

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