Town of Nashville
Police Department
Town Marshal Stephanie Hess heads the Nashville Police Department which includes:
To contact the Nashville Police Department call (812) 988-0341.
 Press 1 for the Front Desk            Press 9 for the Directory
 Town Marshal Hess extension 11
 Chief Deputy Seastrom extension 10
 Officer Shrader extension 12
 Officer True extension 13
 Officer Stargell extension 14
 Officer Henderson extension 15
 Reserve Officer's Desk extension 17

For all Administrative questions and non-emergency calls, contact
the station at (812) 988-5533 from 8am to 4pm.

Fax number (812) 988-5532
National Night Out
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Nashville Christian Church Parking Lot
Downtown Nashville
K-9 Officer Biker
K-9 Officer Biker
Photos from 2012
National Night Out
WKKG Indiana Country 101.5
The 2014 National Night Out was a wonderful evening for local police departments and the community to come
together for an evening of fun, food and games.  The event helped to:
  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
  • Generate support for, and participation in, local anti crime programs;
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and
  • Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
You can learn more about National Night Out by visiting their website at:
2013 Nashville Night Out was proudly sponsored by:
Playing in the pool
Officer True with K-9 Biker
Officer Brown Leading the Dance
The Big Splash
Lifeline Helicopter
Officer McGruff meeting the public
Off to the races!
National Night Out August 2012
Fun and Games
Dared to be dunked!
Indianapolis, IN – The process to apply for a license to carry a firearm is transitioning from a paper process to an electronic application. This will streamline
the application process for citizens as well as the processing completed by local agencies and the Indiana State Police.

The electronic application process already existed, but an enhanced version will be available on Monday, March 25, 2013. It will no longer be necessary to
print a completed application and mail it to the state police for processing. A properly completed firearm license application will be transmitted from the
applicant’s computer to the proper police agency for approval. Once approved by the local police authority the application is electronically transmitted to
the Indiana State Police Firearms Section for further processing.

Part of the application process includes having a set of fingerprints associated with the license application. While most fingerprints are submitted
electronically, some are still submitted on paper fingerprint cards. Effective May 15, 2013 only electronic fingerprints will be accepted. As citizens
complete their application they will be directed to a list of locations for electronic fingerprinting. There are currently more than 60 locations statewide,
serviced by Morpho Trust USA, that provide electronic fingerprint services. For locations and information about this vendor, visit this link:
To start the firearm license application process, visit this link:

The Indiana State Police Firearms Section requests the following:
Please DO NOT request a status check regarding your firearm permit application unless the timeframe significantly exceeds the projected issue dates
listed below.
Firearms questions can be directed to the Indiana State Police Firearms Licensing Section. ISP is experiencing a high volume of phone calls. If you are
checking the status of your firearms application, include your full name, date of birth, and date that your money order was cashed.
ATTENTION: If you have already submitted a firearms application, the following timelines should be anticipated:
  • For those using Morpho Trust USA (formerly L-1 Fingerprinting Solutions)--10 to 12 weeks from the date your money order was cashed.
  • For those submitting paper fingerprint cards and applications --15 to 17 weeks from the date your money order was cashed.
  • If you have any prior criminal history, the above timelines may be extended until your criminal history can be reviewed.
For the fastest response, we recommend that you submit your questions via email. Email:
Firearms License Application Process Updated; Paper Applications No Longer Accepted
The Nashville Police Department is located at:
200 Hawthorne Street, Nashville, IN 47448
Merit Officers
Reserve Officers