Dear Glasgow Residents and Visitors,

It is with great pride that I extend a warm welcome to you on behalf of your Glasgow Police Department. With our commitment to Partnerships, we believe in the power of collaboration and actively engage with the community to address concerns, build trust, and create lasting connections.  Our commitment to serving and protecting this community is at the core of everything we do.

I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our department, access important resources, and stay informed about community safety initiatives. We invite you to connect with us and become an active partner in creating a safer and more vibrant Glasgow.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply to become a police officer?

Applications are available for pickup at headquarters, 101 Pin Oak Lane.

What number do I call for non-emergency?

Call 270-651-1175

How can I submit an anonymous TIP?

Email us at or call dispatch: 270-651-1175

How can I keep up with roads closures/detours?

Follow our official page on Facebook HERE.

How do I pay a parking ticket?

Tickets can be paid at Glasgow City Hall, Monday-Friday from 7:30a-4:30p

Where can I bring my unused prescriptions?

Our lobby has a drop box available 24/7.

How do I know when a report is ready?

Officers will give you a card with directions on it.

Typically reports are ready in 3-5 business days after the incident date. If it is ready, you can pick it up in person at headquarters Mon-Fri 8am-4pm for a $5 fee.

Collision reports can also be obtained from, which is a $10 fee online.

Criminal reports might take longer due to additional investigation. 

How do I request police presence?

For emergencies, call 911.

For non-emergencies, call dispatch at 270-651-175.

To set up an event, road closure, speak to a detective, ask about a car seat, or to check the status of a report, call the PD at 270-651-6165, or visit headquarters 24/7 and speak with an officer. 

Our substation, located at 113 Park Ave, has a call box that connects directly to 911. 

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