Crime data Page overview Residents can track crime throughout Lexington with the Community Crime Map, which is updated daily.  The Lexington Police Department documents crimes through the National…
Financial Crimes Unit Page overview The Financial Crimes Unit is part of the police department's Bureau of Investigation. This unit is responsible for investigating:
Resources for crime victims Page overview VICTIMS RIGHTS (Marsy’s Law) You have the right to be treated with fairness, respect, dignity, and to be protected from intimidation or harm throughout the…
Community Crime Map Page overview The LexisNexis Community Crime Map is a public crime map that allows the Lexington Police Department to share crime data with the public. This free application includes…
Crime data archive Page overview Residents can track crime throughout Lexington with the Community Crime Map, which is updated daily.  The Lexington Police Department documents crimes through the…
Crime tips | Bluegrass Crime Stoppers Page overview Please report information about any illegal activity, such as unsolved cases, theft, vandalism, the sale and distribution of drugs, or information about…
Crime free multi-housing program Page overview Benefits A stable, more satisfied resident base. Increased demand for rental units with a reputation for active management. Lower maintenance and repair…
LexIDme Page overview Cases featured on this page have video or photographic evidence linking a person(s) with an alleged crime, such as a theft or some other type of criminal activity…
Neighborhood Watch Page overview Are you worried about crime in your neighborhood?  You're not alone. Most likely, your neighbors are concerned, too.  How does a Neighborhood Watch work? It works by…
Shooting investigations Page overview If you have information about a shooting or other criminal activity, please report it to Lexington Police by calling (859) 258-3600. Anonymous tips can be submitted…