The City of Westfield, Indiana

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Westfield is an exciting place to live, work, or visit and our team of forty-three dedicated, professional men and women are completely committed to making sure your time here is safe and enjoyable. We are proud of what we do and the difference we can make and it is a privilege for us to have the opportunity to serve. Please let us know whenever we can be of help.

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Joel Rush
Joel D. Rush,
Chief of Police
  • Phone: (317) 804-3200
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IRS Phone Scam Alert

Each tax season, we receive multiple calls regarding a phone scam where the caller pretends to be from the IRS. They will tell the person that they owe money and face arrest if they do not pay immediately. The Westfield Police Department would like to remind residents that the IRS will not call taxpayers demanding immediate payment using a specific payment method (like pre-paid gift cards or wire transfers). The IRS also will not threaten with arrest, demand payment without giving the opportunity to question or appeal the amount, or ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone. If you receive a phone call such as this, hang up the phone immediately without providing them any information or payment.

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As a part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week, the National Weather Service will coordinate with other organizations to conduct a statewide test of communication systems. A statewide tornado drill is scheduled for Tuesday, March 20 at 10:15 a.m. During the drill, the NWS will send a warning message over NOAA weather radios and Emergency Management Agencies will set off outdoor warning sirens. Unlike past years, there will be no evening drill. The drill will be postponed until Wednesday, March 21 if there are unfavorable weather conditions. For more information on the statewide tornado drill and preparing for severe weather visit

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If you drink and drive, you'll need that pot o' gold: A drunk-driving arrest can set you back $10,000. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. ... See moreSee less

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