Seymour Law Enforcement Building
205 North Ewing Street
Bryant Lucas, Police Chief
Greg O’Brien, Assistant Chief
Phone: 812.522.1234

Seymour City Police Department

Seymour Law Enforcement Building

The Seymour Police Department, under the leadership of Chief Bill Abbott, and Assistant Chief of Police, Craig Hayes, has a force of 40 sworn officers, 11 full time and 2 part time telecommunications officers, 3 clerical staff, 1 parking attendant, 1 animal control officer, and 1 crossing guard. Of the 40 sworn officers, 1 is assigned as a School Resource officer, 2 are assigned as DARE officers, and 5 are assigned to Criminal Investigations Division.

The Seymour Police Department moved from the old police station at 220 N. Chestnut Street to the current Seymour Law Enforcement Building at 205 North Ewing Street on May 8, 2007.

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Brad Lucas, Fire Chief
Station #1 – 318 East Street, Seymour, Indiana
Station #2 – 500 W. 5th Street, Seymour, Indiana
Station #3 – 605 Meadowbrook Drive, Seymour, Indiana

Seymour Indiana Fire DepartmentThe Seymour Fire Department, under the leadership of Fire Chief, Brad Lucas has a total of 39 sworn firefighters, working out of three stations.

Seymour firefighters are not only trained to fight fires, but also trained as First Responders. The engines are outfitted with medical supplies and automatic heart defibrillator equipment for quick response to medical emergencies. Many times, the department has the opportunity to be first on the scene when persons call 911 with a medical problem. This quick response has led to saving several lives in the community, as the Seymour Fire Department frequently arrives at the scene before the ambulance does, since the Jackson County Ambulance must cover the whole county, not just the City of Seymour.

The Fire Department continues to work with children through the BAT program. Chief Lucas and department firefighters went to schools, day cares, and special events at area businesses and continue to conduct tours of the stations, teaching children and adults the importance of fire safety. October is Fire Safety month and kindergarten classes come to tour the station.

To learn more about the department, visit their web site at