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Fishers, Indiana Police Station Crime Information

The 2020 crime rate in Fishers was 49, which was 5.2 times smaller than the U.S. average. It was higher than in 29.1% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Fishers decreased by 6% from 2019 to 2020. In the last 5 years, Fishers has seen an increase in violent crime and a decrease in property crime.

Fishers crime rates are 828 per 100k, which is 55% lower than Indiana
Property Crime
750 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
78 crimes per 100k

The Fishers Police Department consists of an Investigations Division, a Patrol Division, and a Support Division. The Investigations Division conducts primary investigations, intelligence analysis, and is responsible for operation of the property room and evidence collection. The Patrol Division is responsible for responding to service related calls 24 hours a day, handling traffic accidents, and enforcing ordinance laws. The Support Division is responsible for managing police records, recruiting and hiring officers, and providing animal control services.

Accident reports can be purchased at the website To search for an accident report, individuals must first select the state and jurisdiction in which the accident occurred. Individuals are then given three options to choose from to search for the accident report. The first option 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: Ed Gebhart

Fishers Police Department Address:
4 Municipal Drive
Fishers, IN 46038

Mugshot Record Request in Fishers, Indiana

The City of Fishers offers an online form for individuals who would like to request public records. Requesters must first select the format in which they would like to receive the record (email/fax, DVD, mail, in-person). Individuals must then select the department they are seeking to request records from. The form also requires individuals to provide a description of the record being requested and the address related to the record. Lastly, the requester must provide their contact information and agree to the terms outlined in the form. Fees will be assessed after the request has been processed, and the amount will be provided to the requester after the request has been processed.

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

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office maintains a roster of inmates in its custody. Inmates can be located using their name , subject, number, booking date, or booking number. The inmate’s demographic information and booking history is provided along with their mugshot. 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

Fishers, Indiana Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Fishers was 98,977. The total area of Fishers is 38.15 square miles. The county seat is Hamilton County. The mayor of Fishers is Scott Fadness.

Phone: 317-595-3111

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