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Evansville, Indiana Police Station Crime Information

There were 26 registered sex offenders living in Evansville as of December, 2023. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Evansville is 4,652 to 1. The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this city is considerably lower than the state average. The 2020 crime rate in Evansville was 441, which was 1.7 times greater than the U.S. average. It was higher than in 95.4% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Evansville increased by 12% from 2019 to 2020. The number of homicides was 10, which was a decrease of 1 compared to 2019. In the last 5 years, Evansville has seen an increase in violent crime and a decrease in property crime.

Evansville crime rates are 4,486 per 100k, which is 142% higher than Indiana
Property Crime
3,767 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
719 crimes per 100k

The Evansville Police Department consists of an Administrative Division, a Patrol Division, and a Criminal Investigation Division. The Administrative Division is responsible for the administrative and the service functions of the police department. The Patrol Division is responsible for uniform patrol, community policing services, K-9 patrol, hit and run investigations, and traffic enforcement. The Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for the managing evidence from felony crimes, investigating juvenile crimes, handling narcotic violations, and investigations of sensitive or unusual cases.

Accident reports can be purchased at the website To find 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. 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: Billy Bolin
Phone: (812) 436-7896

Evansville Police Department Address:
15 NW Martin Luther King Jr. BLVD
Evansville, IN 47708

Mugshot Record Request in Evansville, Indiana

The Evansville Police Department provides a form for individuals who desire to request public records. Requesters must provide their name, address, email, and phone number. The date of the request and time of the request must be provided. Public record requests must provide adequate detail of the records being requested with, enabling the department to locate the proper record. The requester must indicate whether they wish to inspect the record or obtain a copy of it with the understanding that the request could be denied by the City. A fee will be assessed depending on the amount to reproduce materials, fax the documents, and/or the amount for postage. The requester must sign the form before submitting it.

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

The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office maintains a list of inmates currently held in their jail. Mugshots are provided as a part of this service. The inmates biographical information and charges are provided. Additionally, the Sheriff’s Office offers the ability to look up open warrants in the County. The fugitive’s demographic information is provided along with the date the warrant was issued. Individuals have the option to leave a tip about the fugitive’s whereabouts.To inquire about most wanted fugitives in Vanderburgh County, the public may contact the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office directly at:

Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Address:
3500 N. Harlan Ave.
Evansville, IN 47711

Phone: 812-421-6200

Evansville, Indiana Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Evansville was 118,414. The total area of Evansville is 47.85 square miles. The county seat is Vanderburgh County. The mayor of Evansville is Lloyd Winnecke.

Phone: (812) 436-4962

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