On behalf of the 286 sworn officers and 31 civilian employees of the Evansville Police Department, we welcome you to our official website.

We pledge to provide each citizen of Evansville the highest standard of performance. We are committed to making law enforcement decisions that are fair and unbiased. The Evansville Police Department understands the significance of diversity, fairness, human rights, and justice. We strongly object to and discourage all forms of unfair discrimination. The Evansville Police are dedicated to performing our law enforcement duties in a professional manner that serves all communities regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability, nationality, belief system, and social status.

Early EPD History

In 1812, Colonel Hugh McGary, Jr., purchased a 200 acre tract of land from the federal government and built a cabin on the end of what is present day Main Street. When Warrick County was established a few years later, McGary donated 100 acres to the county with the provision McGary’s land would be appointed as the county seat. But in 1814, the territorial legislature of Indiana divided Warrick County, creating Posey County on the west and Perry County on the east. Warrick County returned the donated land to McGary, relocating the seat of county government to Darlington—no longer in existence—which was more centrally located.

Become An Officer


EPD is now accepting applications.
Download an application here.

Application Instructions: Click here

Learn more about the benefits of working for the Evansville Police Department and the application process.

The next selection process testing begins on July 30, 2021.  Apply by July 23, 2021 to participate in the July testing group.

The City of Evansville Police Department is a fully accredited agency and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services. 

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