Lexington Police Department

The Lexington Police Department says it is working to equip its officers with body cameras.  Assistant Chief Dwayne Holman told an Urban County Council Committee that the department plans to release a request for bids for body cameras and storage for videos by January or February. The goal is to have officers using the cameras by June.

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Sixteen Lexington police officers just received new job titles Monday. The promotional ceremony brought together a host of local officials and guests.

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Lexington’s new police chief says maintaining and building on community trust will be a top priority for the department under his leadership.

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Lexington Police Chief Ronnie Bastin is set to take over as the city’s Public Safety Commissioner.

55 arrests, and 6 sealed indictments pending; that’s the outcome of a nine month operation targeting the illegal drug trade in Lexington’s East End.

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Seventeen new faces were officially added to Lexington’s police force Friday morning.

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An uptick in violent crime last weekend in Lexington has the attention of local police.