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The Property and Evidence division of the Westfield Police Department is responsible for locating, collecting, storing, preserving, and analyzing physical evidence at crime scenes ranging from property and financial crimes to violent crimes against persons including but not limited to sex crimes, auto theft, robbery and homicide. In addition, the division is responsible for collecting all of the department's latent fingerprints, photography, videography, and evidence submission to the Indiana State Police, F.B.I. and other laboratories.

 

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19 hours ago

Westfield Police Department - Indiana

Thanks to everyone who attended the self defense seminar, and special thanks to Lt. Mike of the Westfield Police Department for giving these ladies the low down on defending themselves!

Hope everyone had a blast, and learned a lot!
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6 days ago

Westfield Police Department - Indiana

Thanks to everyone who donated to #NoShaveNovember ! We raised $1,270 for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Thanks to all our officers who participated!Officers are starting to look scruffy for #NoShaveNovember! Thank you to everyone who has donated so far! If you would like to make a donation, please drop off or send to:

Westfield Police Department
Attn: Sgt. Billy Adams – No Shave November
17535 Dartown Rd.
Westfield, IN 46074

Make checks payable to: 'Relay for Life' or 'American Cancer Society', with 'Shamrockin' for a Cure' written in the notes.

#NoShaveNovember is a movement devoted to growing cancer awareness and raising funds to support cancer prevention, research, and education. No-Shave November is a month-long journey during which participants forgo shaving in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness.

We hope everyone takes the opportunity to engage our officers in conversation about this cause and spread awareness. As always, we are encouraging the public to help fight cancer with us. Grow a beard and donate funds to help fight cancer!
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Liz and Angie are definitely winners. Lol

Thank you for doing this event!💜

lol love it Angie

Well played ladies! You are good sports.

😂😂😂 Liz and Angie ❤️

I was soooo confused!! LOL

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1 week ago

Westfield Police Department - Indiana

In October, Officer Song Kang had the great honor of being invited to attend the 13th International Korean Law Enforcement Officers Invitation Program. This program is hosted by the Korean National Police Agency (KNPA) and is an invitational course for foreign law enforcement officers of Korean descent from around the world for the purpose of establishing a cultural identity as a Korean descendent and to raising law enforcement standards and cooperation worldwide. The main goals of the program are to open a discussion on major global law enforcement issues and joint policing actions to counter transnational crimes, to foster mutual assistance and cooperation amongst participants and the KNPA, and to build the professional capacity in policing areas by sharing knowledge and experience with one another. Since 2006, 164 law enforcement professionals from 20 countries have taken part in this program.

Including Officer Kang, there were 10 participants from the USA, New Zealand, Sweden, Canada, and Australia. There was a wide range of experience, expertise and different law enforcement background attending the program. Officer Kang was the only participant representing a small agency from the USA; he was also the only representative from the Midwest. The other US representatives were from large agencies such as the FBI, NYPD, and LAPD. Many members of the KNPA were not familiar with our state at the start of the program but Officer Kang was able to familiarize them by the end. He also was able to bring new light to the program by being the only training officer and K9 handler/trainer.

"I am very proud of my Korean background," stated Officer Kang, "however, representing the City of Westfield, State of Indiana, and the Westfield Police Department at the program is the greatest accomplishment of my 16 year law enforcement career."

The Westfield Police Department is very grateful that Officer Kang has had this opportunity. This exclusive invitation is due to his dedication and hard work. Over the past several years, Officer Kang has assisted the KNPA during their K9 training by acting as an interpreter. This led to several visits by the KNPA to Westfield as well as a visit by the South Korean Consul from Chicago. The consulate's office later nominated Officer Kang for this program. The Westfield Police Department is very proud to have Officer Kang represent our department, our City, and our State.In October, Officer Song Kang had the great honor of being invited to attend the 13th International Korean Law Enforcement Officers Invitation Program. This program is hosted by the Korean National Police Agency (KNPA) and is an invitational course for foreign law enforcement officers of Korean descent from around the world for the purpose of establishing a cultural identity as a Korean descendent and to raising law enforcement standards and cooperation worldwide. The main goals of the program are to open a discussion on major global law enforcement issues and joint policing actions to counter transnational crimes, to foster mutual assistance and cooperation amongst participants and the KNPA, and to build the professional capacity in policing areas by sharing knowledge and experience with one another. Since 2006, 164 law enforcement professionals from 20 countries have taken part in this program.

Including Officer Kang, there were 10 participants from the USA, New Zealand, Sweden, Canada, and Australia. There was a wide range of experience, expertise and different law enforcement background attending the program. Officer Kang was the only participant representing a small agency from the USA; he was also the only representative from the Midwest. The other US representatives were from large agencies such as the FBI, NYPD, and LAPD. Many members of the KNPA were not familiar with our state at the start of the program but Officer Kang was able to familiarize them by the end. He also was able to bring new light to the program by being the only training officer and K9 handler/trainer.

'I am very proud of my Korean background,' stated Officer Kang, 'however, representing the City of Westfield, State of Indiana, and the Westfield Police Department at the program is the greatest accomplishment of my 16 year law enforcement career.'

The Westfield Police Department is very grateful that Officer Kang has had this opportunity. This exclusive invitation is due to his dedication and hard work. Over the past several years, Officer Kang has assisted the KNPA during their K9 training by acting as an interpreter. This led to several visits by the KNPA to Westfield as well as a visit by the South Korean Consul from Chicago. The consulate's office later nominated Officer Kang for this program. The Westfield Police Department is very proud to have Officer Kang represent our department, our City, and our State.
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Congratulations! We lived in Seoul for two years! A beautiful country. Proud that you represented Westfield!

Thank you Officer Kang!

Nice Song Taek!

Congratulations Song!

Congratulations .!!!! Responsible. Wondeful and wonderful son ....

Wonderful!

Thank you Song

Making us proud!!

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