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Carmel, Indiana Police Station Crime Information

The 2020 crime rate in Carmel was 49, which was 5.2 times lower than the U.S. average. It was higher than in 28.8% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Carmel decreased by 15% from 2019 to 2020. The number of homicides was 1, which represents a decrease of 2 compared to 2019. In the last 5 years, Carmel has seen an increase in violent crime and a decrease in property crime.

Carmel crime rates are 872 per 100k, which is 53% lower than Indiana
Property Crime
808 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
65 crimes per 100k

The Carmel Police Department consists of an Administration Division, an Investigations Division, an Operations Division, and a Support Division. The Investigations Division investigate cases involving child abuse, sex crimes, theft, burglary, robbery, fraud, as well as death investigations. The Special Investigations arm of the Investigations Division focuses on drug use and trafficking cases in the City. The members of the Operations Division respond to calls for assistance from the public, investigate traffic accidents, help find lost children, and maintain order in the community.

According to the 2021 Carmel Police Department Annual Report, the police department budget was $25 million. There were 2,065 total accidents costing over $12 million dollars. 8 officers were awarded the Meritorious Service Award for exceptional service, and 3 officers were recognized with the Life Saving Award. There were just over 2,000 charges filed and approximately 1,300 individuals arrested.

Chief of Police: Jim Barlow
Phone: 317-571-2500

Carmel Police Department Address:
Three Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032

Mugshot Record Request in Carmel, Indiana

Public records requests must be made in writing using the form provided by the City. The form is available on the City’s website or can be accessed by contacting the Carmel City Office of Corporation Counsel at 317-571-2472 or by email at Your request will receive a response promptly, although the retrieval and production of records may take more time. The more detailed the description of the request, the easier it will be for the City to respond to the request. Some records are exempt from mandatory disclosure under Indiana law, while other records may be produced with certain portions redacted. Copies of these records normally cost .10 cents per page, but over-sized records and electronic discs may have a higher charge.

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

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office offers the ability to look up inmates in its jail. Mugshots are provided as a part of this service. To inquire about most wanted fugitives or open warrants in Hamilton County, the public may contact the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office directly at:

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Address:
18100 Cumberland Road
Noblesville, IN 46060

Phone: 317-773-1872

Carmel, Indiana Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Carmel was 99,757. The total area of Carmel is 50.17 square miles. The county seat is Hamilton County. The mayor of Carmel is James Brainard.

Phone: 317-571-2401

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