Police Department

Also serving the City of Bromley, Kentucky

For emergencies, call 911
For non-emergencies, call dispatch at (859) 356-3191

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Park Hills Police Department

For emergencies, call 911.

For non-emergency issues or to contact an on-duty officer,
call dispatch at (859) 356-3191.

Office Phone: (859) 431-6172
Fax: (859) 431-5433
Office Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 8 AM–3 PM

Mission Statement

The mission of the Park Hills Police Department is to protect life and property, enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner, safeguard constitutional rights, and preserve the peace, order, and safety of the Park Hills community.

The members of the Park Hills Police Department are committed to providing excellent police services. We decree to serve with honor and integrity, while at all times holding ourselves to the highest ethical standards.

We believe in and defend the rights and dignity of all persons and aspire to contribute to the quality of life in Park Hills by providing understanding, compassion, and effective police services.


The Park Hills Police Department is a professional law enforcement agency that has been serving Park Hills since 1927.

The men and women of Park Hills Police Department (PHPD) provide service and protection to the citizens of Park Hills and Bromley. PHPD employs seven full-time police officers. They serve a population of approximately 3,000 Park Hills and 800 Bromley residents. All officers are:

  • Certified under the Peace Officers Professional Standards through the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT).
  • Required by the state to maintain yearly certification through DOCJT.
Park Hills Police Department is a law enforcement agency accredited by the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP).

The Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police accreditation program is intended to provide law enforcement agencies of the Commonwealth with an avenue for demonstrating that they meet commonly accepted professional standards for efficient and effective operations.

Law enforcement executives who choose to have their agencies accredited under this program have examined all aspects of their operations. They have made conscious decisions about policies and procedures that fit the law enforcement requirements of their jurisdictions and have implemented those policies and trained their employees in their use.

Accreditation reflects that the agency was carefully measured against an established set of standards and has met or exceeded professionally accepted practices in law enforcement.

Meet Our Officers

Chief Cody Stanley

Chief Cody Stanley is a lifelong Northern Kentucky resident who began his career in law enforcement with the Covington Police Department in 1989. During his service in Covington he earned a bachelor’s degree from Thomas More College. He retired from the Covington Police Department with 20 years of service.

Cody was hired by the Park Hills Police Department in May of 2011 and was appointed Chief of Police in October of 2011.

Lt. Richard Webster

Lt. Webster began his career with the Park Hills Police Department in September of 2011.

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Officer Ricky Grigson

Officer James Seibert

Sergeant Jeff Hagedorn

Sergeant Hagedorn began his career with the Park Hills Police Department in December of 2011.

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Officer Jack Prater

Officer Prater joined the Park Hills Police Department in December of 2011.

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Officer Joseph Wilder

Police Services & Programs

Citizen Property Inventory System

Crime Stoppers

Criminal Trespass Authorization Letter

The Park Hills Police Department offers fingerprinting services for anyone who needs the service on Wednesdays from 1–3 PM. There is a $15.00 charge per person. Please call the office at least 24 hours in advance to request the service at (859) 431-6172.

Freddie Freeroader Program
Kentucky residents are required to register their vehicles in Kentucky. If you observe Kentucky residents beating the system by operating motor vehicles on Kentucky highways for more than 15 days with out-of-state license plates or more than 30 days with temporary or other tags, please help report them. Contact our office at (859) 431-6172 to file a report.

Public Complaint Procedures

Complaint Form

Vacation: House Check
We can keep an extra eye on your home while you are away and can advise you on precautions to take before you leave. If you are going on vacation, please download, complete, and drop off or email this vacation form to our office or any of our officers. This form includes fields for you to share important information, such as how to contact you or a designated person in the event of an emergency, telephone numbers for alarm companies, a list of the vehicles in your driveway, and more.

Prescription Drug Disposal Program
Dispose of unused, unwanted, and outdated prescription medications in the dropoff box located in the vestibule of the city clerk’s office.

City Ordinance Violations

General Information

If you believe your citation was issued in error, you have the option to appeal to the Park Hills Hearing Board within seven (7) calendar days from the date the citation was issued.  Please keep in mind that submitting an appeal does not guarantee a dismissal of your citation.


Submitting an Appeal


To submit your appeal, you will need to provide the following:

  • Your full name and mailing address.
  • Your telephone number and email, if available.
  • Citation number and date issued.
  • License plate number, including the state in which the vehicle is registered.
  • Your parking permit number, if applicable.
  • Reason(s) for appeal.

Methods for appealing ticket(s)

Appeals may be submitted by email, mail, fax, or in person at the Police Department.
Appeals must be made within seven (7) calendar days of issuance.

Email: [email protected]
Fax: (859) 431-5433
Address, for mail or in-person appeals:
Park Hills Police Department
1106 Amsterdam Road
Park Hills, KY 41011

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