Knox City Police Department
Harold L. Smith, 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
For general inquiries, please fill out the form below. DO NOT use this form if you want to submit an anonymous tip or sending sensitive information.
Knox City Police Officers
Harold L. Smith, Chief
Chief Harold L. Smith has been with the department since January 1, 1994. He has spent most of his life in Knox and graduated at Knox Senior High School in 1985. Chief Smith attended the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (I.L.E.A) in October of 1989. he has served as Patrolman, Corporal and Sergeant.
Chad Dulin, Sergeant
Sergeant Chad Dulin has been with the department since 5/30/2006. Sgt. Dulin is also the Knox City Police Departments K-9 Officer. Contact Sgt. Dulin at email@example.com.
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 training background in the areas of IPO also known as Schutzhund (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.
Chris Kisela, Patrolman
Officer Kisela has been with the Knox City Police Department since 6/5/2007. Contact Officer Kisela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eric Vanderhoef, Detective
Detective Vanderhoef has been with the Knox City Police Department since 7/16/2014. Contact Detective Vanderhoef at email@example.com.
Seth Johnson, Patrolman
Officer Johnson has been with the Knox City Police Department since April 5, 2018. He is a life-long resident of Knox and graduated from Knox High School. Officer Johnson has served six years with the Army National Guard and is married with four children.