The City of Horse Cave
P.O. Box 326
Horse Cave, KY 42749
Phone: (270) 786-2680
Fax: (270) 786-2688

City Of Horse Cave 

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For Emergencies, dial 911
For Non-Emergency Dispatch, dial_(270)524.0011   
PLEASE NOTE:  
All request for Horse Cave Police Dept assistance must be logged through dispatch at the phone numbers above.  
Do not call City Hall for police assistance.  
Mailing Address: 
Horse Cave Police Dept
P.O. Box 326
Horse Cave, KY.  42749

 POLICE DEPARTMENT


The primary mission of our department is to provide around the clock service to the city in an effort to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime, and provide assistance to citizens in any situation.

Members of our police department understand that the citizens have a right to expect the best from us, and we work very hard to live up to these expectations.  All of our officers are fully certified and dedicated to serving and protecting the Community of Horse Cave and its citizens.

Any comments or concerns, please contact one of our officers below:
Horse Cave Police new hire, David Graves is 48 years old and hails from Tompkinsville KY where he began his 26 year career in law enforcement with the Tompkinsville Police Department until he retired as a LT Colonel from the Glasgow Police Department. Officer Grave's experience as the Commander of the Drug Task Force and Criminal Investigations Unit in Glasgow is welcome and be a great asset along with the established drug enforcement program at the Horse Cave Police Department.


Officer

Contact Email
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Chief Sean Henry
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Officer L. D. Martin
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Officer Chris Trulock
 
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Officer David Graves
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Officer Chuck Webb
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Officer Bradley Lewis
 Officer 'Sandy'
 

Serving the Community

Junior Police

Shop with a Cop
Drug Bust with K9 unit "Charlie" (retired)

Drug Awareness Program

Horse Cave Police Dept enjoy participating in the Heritage Festival

Horse Cave Arts & Sciences Summer Camp students enjoy some time with Officer 'Sandy'

Boot Legging Bust

Horse Cave Chief Sean Henry and Officer David Graves present a $1000 check to Wilma Bunnell, Family Resource Center Director at Caverna Ind School.  The $1000 was made possible through the Police Dept Drug Fund.