MDT logoSex Crimes Kit Backlog Eliminated

The Huntington Police Department is the first agency in the state to eliminate its untested sexual assault kit accumulation. The project began in 2013 and has been a catalyst for agencies statewide to eliminate their kits.

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HPD Self Reporting FormSelf-Reporting Form Now Available

This form is intended to provide a convenient option for citizens to report certain crimes and/or incidents. This report form may be used for larcenies (less than $1000.00 in value), destruction of property, breaking and entering into vehicles, or any offense that you are directed to do so by the Cabell County 911 dispatcher.

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Welcome to the Huntington Police Department

Thank you for visiting the Huntington Police Department website. We hope that this site will provide useful information regarding our department and it serves as a tool to learn about what resources are available for the citizens of our community.

The Huntington Police Department is a dynamic, full-service police organization comprised of 111 sworn officers and 13 civilian support personnel. We pride ourselves on being multi-agency focused and recognize the importance of working with other law enforcement agencies. As a result of these partnerships we have seen significant disruptions of area drug trafficking organizations, as well as significant seizures of illicit drugs destined for our streets.

Violent and property crimes, which reached a high point in 2006, have stabilized over the past four years. These reductions in crime from are a direct result of the re-investment in public safety by our city officials. This success is also the product of a data driven, result-oriented approach to crime fighting. Most importantly, our successes are predicated on the strength of relationships between police and the residents we serve.

Huntington is a very proud city. The pride that exists within the community exists within this department. "Honor, Pride, Duty" is once again synonymous with HPD. It is extremely important that citizens feel safe and that there is confidence in the department's ability to ensure that communities within our city are protected. Our consistent, open communication, operational transparency and accountability have provided a level of trust and spirit of teamwork that has not existed in many years.

It is truly an exciting time to work at the Huntington Police Department, the only thing more exciting is the anticipation of what we will accomplish in the future.

 

On-The-Spot Citations begins July 1, 2013. Click here for more info.

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HPD Anonymous Drug & Crime Tip Line 304.696.4444 Click here to submit an online tip
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