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Police Department

West Buechel Police Department 

Our Mission and Values

The primary mission of the West Buechel Police Department (WBPD) includes the protection of life and property; resolution of conflict; creating and maintaining a feeling of security in the community; proactively reducing the opportunities for the commission of a crime; identification, apprehension, and prosecution of offenders of the laws; and the preservation of peace. We accept as a part of our mission the responsibility to provide for a quality of life.


Our Department embraces, accepts, and agrees to abide by the full meaning of the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. Our decisions are based on statutory laws, our own policies, and the application of laws. We are committed to professional behavior, honesty in all our professional and personal dealings, and the continuous improvement of ourselves and the services that we provide. We take extraordinary care to treat the public with dignity, fairness, and respect while protecting ourselves from harm and providing for our and their personal safety.

Our Customers

The public we serve is the customers for the services that we provide. As with any business, we value and respect the needs of our customers and continuously strive to provide them with public safety services in an effective and timely manner.


We are a public service agency staffed by professionals. Our presence in our community aids in providing a sense of safety and well-being for our customers. Our conduct earns us respect and admiration by law-abiding citizens as well as the law violators.


While maintaining high visibility, we accept our responsibility to be a part of the community’s pride and trust; to anticipate and serve the safety needs of our customers; and to be an active part of our community and its organizations. We must always strive to be seen as a part of our community rather than apart from our community. 

Chief of Police - D. Tyler

Assistant Chief - B. Hibbs

Sergeant​  W. Brown
​​​Police Officer  C. Beaven​
Police Officer  S. Lakins​
Police Officer  E. Mundo
​Police Officer  B. Paris
Police Officer  E. Tipton
Police Officer  K. Walz

West Buechel Police Department Career Posting 01-24-22.pdf

WesBuechel City Police Station
3730 Hikes Avenue
Louisville, KY  40218

DISPATCH:  (502) 574-5471.​
FAX:  (502) 618-3560


On 12-21-2021, Mayor Brenda Moore and members of the West Buechel  

Police Department successfully delivered all gift bags to children residing  

in West Buechel.  There were a lot of happy children for Christmas.