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Metro Police (LMPD) Newsroom - 2006 Archive

Metro Police Unveil Public-Safety Cameras
Mayor Jerry Abramson and Louisville Metro Police Chief Robert White today unveiled MetroWatch, the police department’s newest crime-fighting and crime-prevention tool.

574-LMPD Tip Line Expands Services
Mayor Jerry Abramson and Louisville Metro Police Chief Robert White today marked the two-year anniversary of the 574-LMPD tip line by announcing the expansion of this successful initiative.

City's Partnership with Lowe's makes Neighborhoods Safer
Louisville is partnering with Lowe's to help improve safety in several of the community's neighborhoods.

Mayor Announces Free Community Shredding Event
Mayor announces free community shredding event. Residents and businesses can fight identity theft and recycle confidential documents and materials.

Alcoa Donation for Crime Prevention
Alcoa Foundation donates $50,000 to LMPD crime prevention project.

200 Year Celebration of Local Law Enforcement
Mayor Abramson, Chief White and Texas Roadhouse CEO GJ Hart announce special plans for the 200 year celebration of local law enforcement.

Mayor Abramson Announces River Safety Partnership
LMPD, Kentuckiana Yacht Sales and Allstate Insurance to provide safety equipment for recreational boaters.

LMPD and TARC Unveil Thunder and Lightning Express Service
LMPD and TARC unveil Thunder and Lightning Express Service for Thunder Over Louisville watchers.

Louisville Metro Police Foundation
Local businesses are coming together to raise funds for Louisville Metro Police Department initiatives through the Louisville Metro Police Foundation.

Local Churches Partner with LMPD
Local area churches partner with LMPD to help gather information to help solve crimes. This partnership will be called C.A.R.E. or Church Community / Criminal Activity Reporting Effort.

LMPD Tackles Sex Offender Registry
LMPD will be tracking down registered sex offenders to ensure compliance with the sex offender registry.

LMPD Reviews 2005 Homicides
LMPD will discuss 2005 homicides with emphasis on those still open.