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Chartered in 2015

The Fishers FOP Lodge 199 was chartered in 2015 with two main goals in mind.

Represent the hardworking men and women of the Fishers Police Department

Create a lasting bond with the community that we serve to protect on a daily basis

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Cops and Kids
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Riley's Dance Marathon
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Youth Assistance Program


Pet Safety with Spring Flowers

June 6, 2023

With Springtime upon us, we want to make sure that we remind our community of flower safety for their pets. Our pets are part of our families, and we want to make sure that they stay healthy and safe when exploring the beautiful flowers that Spring brings to our community. Please see a list of deadly and dangerous plants that your pets should avoid nibbling on: Poisonous Plants for Pets: Azaleas Daffodils Sago Palms Castor Beans Easter Lilies Tiger Lilies Cyclamen Star Gazer Lilies Toxic Plants for Pets: Aloes Cosmos Irises Begonias Dumb Canes Mother-in-law Tongues Birds of Paradise Elephant Ears Pansies Bougainvilleas Fleabane Peace Lilies Calla Lilies Gardenia Pink Dianthus Carnations Geraniums Plumbagos Chrysanthemums Hibiscus Poinsettias Coleus Hydrangeas Primroses

First Responders, Community, And COVID-19

June 6, 2023

A Global Pandemic has forced a majority of our community to stay indoors and take preventive measures in order to ensure that we keep our families safe and healthy. This means sweeping changes are taking place all over the nation on a daily basis, while times like this can feel like our world has turned upside down we assure you that the one thing you can count on is your local Law Enforcement standing by you as vigilant as ever. We work around the clock no matter the circumstance to keep our streets safe. Your continued support is crucial during a...

Crime Prevention

June 6, 2023

Simple Crime Prevention: Anyone can be a target of even the simplest of crimes. Here are some tips to keep you safe in your everyday life: -Always be aware of your surroundings and who is around you. Take time to observe what people are wearing and what they look like in case you have to describe it later to someone. -Do not leave any items in your car that may be seen as valuable to someone else. Do not give thieves the opportunity. Put valuables in the trunk or cover them so they are not visible from the outside. -Do not leave packages on...

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In Memoriam

Leslie Anne Hulse
Leslie Anne Hulse

Detective Leslie Anne Hulse was a 10 year veteran of the Fishers Police Department. She held assignments in the Patrol Division, Emergency Response Team, taught the DARE program in Hamilton Southeastern Schools Fishers, Indiana, and served in the Special Investigations Division specifically assigned to IPATH (Indiana Protection for Abused Trafficked Humans) Task Force. Leslie had a true servants heart! She loved serving the Lord and her community (always in that order). On September 28, 2009 breast cancer took Leslie from us. The Fishers Police Department and the community lost a true hero. As Leslie’s friends and fellow officers we know the blessing of having her in our lives. Her positive attitude and selfless example will impact us forever. She was without a doubt one of the very best people God has ever put on the earth.

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Ronnie Shepard
Ronnie Shepard

Officer Ronnie Shepard “Uncle Ronnie” Officer Ron Shepard began his law enforcement career in 1982. For a brief period of time he was a Reserve Officer with the Arcadia, Indiana Police Department. In 1983 he joined the Cicero, Indiana Police Department as a Reserve Police Officer and served until 1989. In 1990, Officer Shepard was hired full-time with the Fishers Police Department. Officer Shepard was a building block for the agency made up of less than ten full-time officers. Officer Shepard served in many areas of the department during his career. He was a Field Training Officer responsible for training new hires during the explosive growth in the 1990’s. He was an Evidence Technician responsible for processing crime scenes and was instrumental in designing the Fitness Center inside the Fishers Police Department. Most will remember Officer Shepard in his role as a night shift patrol officer. For more than 27 years the residents of Fishers, Indiana slept safely in their homes while Officer Shepard and his shift mates patrolled the streets of Fishers. Officer Shepard earned our highest award, the Medal of Valor, for his actions on November 10th, 1990. Officer Shepard responded to a violent domestic disturbance at a residence near Fishers with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department. A severely injured woman reported that her boyfriend was back inside the residence with her 3 year old daughter and 5 year old son. She also reported that her boyfriend was armed with a shotgun. Attempts to speak with the man failed and Officer Shepard had an opportunity to break through a glass door and take the man into custody. Officer Shepard sustained severe cuts on his face and hands as he crashed through the door. Officer Shepard earned the Meritorious Service Award in 2001 and 2013 and the Distinguished Service Award in 1996. Officer Ron Shepard was known as “Uncle Ronnie” by most of his law enforcement brothers and sisters. He will be remembered for his selfless service to the community, his kind heart, his willingness to help anyone and his sense of humor. Officer Ronald Edward Shepard, End of Watch – October 4th, 2017.

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K9 Harlej
K9 Harlej

K9 Harlej was shot and killed on November 13, 2019 while performing a track for a suspect who had fled on foot following a vehicle pursuit of a suspected drunk driver shortly after midnight. K9 Harlej and his handler tracked the man into a wooded area near 131st Street and Olio Road from the point where the subject fled. Harlej was off-lead when he located the subject and ran ahead of his handler. Harlej bit the subject during the apprehension but the man fatally shot him. His handler took the man into custody. K9 Harlej had served with the Fishers Police Department for four years.

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