Police Chief Grady Throneberry - Full-time
Officer Jenny Assef - Part-time
Officer Brice Boembeke - Part-time
Officer Terry Butrum - Part-time
Sgt. Joye Estes - Part-time
Officer Chris Flowers - Part-time
Officer Ken Jones - Part-time
Officer William Lewis - Part-time
Officer Terry Link - Part-time
Officer Nicholas Masterson - Part-time
Sgt Paul McDonald - Part-time
Major John Mills - Part-time
911 -- For emergency police, fire, or EMS services
574-5471 -- Metro Louisville Sheriff's Department dispatcher. For any urgent call. They will contact a Graymoor-Devondale officer or a Metro Louisville officer, whichever can respond the quickest.
Non-emergency number - 327-2677-
What Do The Graymoor-Devondale Police Officers Do?
. Patrol neighborhood streets on a regular basis, day and night.
. Enforce city ordinances, including parking, loud noises, and garbage.
. Check on doors, windows, and ramps at businesses after working hours.
. Check on homes when people are on vacation. Walk around the property, check doors, windows, and garages.
. Watch out for speeding drivers and other drivers who are a danger to the public.
. Enforce the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
. Help motorists who need assistance with flat tires, stalled vehicles, or other problems.
. Check on the welfare of residents at the request of out-of-town family members.
. Conduct security surveys for homes and businesses.
. Provide police escort for parades and funerals.
. Help with animal control and enforcement of city and county ordinances.
. Help Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel. Often Graymoor-Devondale officers are the first professionals on the scene.
. Respond to fire alarms.
. Give lectures on public safety to schoolchildren.
. Go to court to testify about charges against people who have violated laws.
. Counsel troubled persons, give advice on where people can get more help.
. Mediate disputes, often between neighbors who have disagreements.
. Intervene in domestic violence situations, including abuse of spouses, children, or older family members.
. Respond to burglar alarms.
. Conduct crime scene investigations.
. Respond to calls about missing persons and runaway children.
. Prepare reports on crimes against property: vandalism and theft.
. Respond to silent holdup alarms at businesses.
. Investigate reports from residents about suspected gang activity.
. Give warnings to young people and closely monitor activities of those who might be involved in gang activities.
. Investigate suspicious persons and vehicles.
. Conduct building searches when tenants or residents suspect there may have been a break-in.
. Investigate illegal drug activity.