Knox Police Department

Knox City Police Department

Chad E. Dulin, Chief of Police

The Knox City Police Department is dedicated to serving and protecting the citizens of Knox, Indiana.

Knox City Police
120 N. Shield St.
Knox, IN 46534

Administrative Office Hours:
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST
Monday - Friday
(Closed Holidays)

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Police Department Now Accepting Applications

City of Knox Police is currently accepting applications.

Please see our announcement for full details.

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Knox City Police Officers

Chad Dulin

Chad E. Dulin, Chief

Chief Chad Dulin has been with the department since May 30, 2006. Chief Dulin is also the Knox City Police Departments K-9 Officer. Contact Chief Dulin at

K9 O'Neill

O'Neill, K9

K-9 O'Neill joined the Knox City Police Department in 2016. O'Neill was purchased from Vohne Liche Kennels and is a certified dual-purpose K-9 specializing in Narcotics and Tracking. O'Neill is s direct import from the Netherlands and has a training background in the areas of IPO also known as Schutzhund (the German word for "protection dog"). This training is a sport intended to demonstrate the dog's mental ability, endurance, structural efficiency, ability to scent, willingness to work, courage, and training ability. IPO consists of three distinct phases: tracking, obedience, and protection.



Nick Brown, Patrolman

Officer Brown, a graduate of Washington Township HS, is a lifelong resident of Valparaiso where he resides with his teenage son. Officer Brown has over a decade of law enforcement experience with training and certifications that include criminal investigations and highway drug interdiction. Contact Officer Brown at