Louisville Metro Police Department
Louisville, Kentucky law enforcement agency
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The Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) began operations on January 6, 2003, as part of the creation of the consolidated city-county government in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. It was formed by the merger of the Jefferson County Police Department and the Louisville Division of Police. The Louisville Metro Police Department has been headed by Robert Schroeder since June 1, 2020. LMPD divides Jefferson County into eight patrol divisions and operates a number of special investigative and support units.
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