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Freddie Freeroader Program
​​​​The Problem Thousands of Kentuckians are beating the system through the improper use in Kentucky of motor vehicles bearing out-of-state license plates or improper use of temporary or other tags. Such use costs Kentucky millions of dollars annually in motor vehicle usage tax and ad valorem property tax. The Law Kentucky law requires the regis...


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Ludlow Police Establishes Hotline for Reporting Drug Activity
1-844-4-NO-2DOPE Ludlow Police Department is announcing a new service for citizens and visitors of Ludlow in our efforts to combat drugs.  We have established a hotline (844-4-NO-2-DOPE) to call when you see drug activity taking place.  This hotline is designed to be used when you see the activity taking place “right now&rdqu...


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Public Service Message
Ludlow Police Department wants everyone in the community to be safe this summer. Firearms should never be discharged as a noise maker. Firearms can be deadly, and it is illegal to discharge a firearm in the city limits- unless being done to protect life. GUNS ARE NOT FIREWORKS! Discharging a firearm into the air is not "cool", the projectile ...


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Now Accepting Applications for Full-Time Police Officer
The City of Ludlow, KY is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time police officer.  Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; possess a valid driver’s license; be at least 21 years old; possess a high school diploma or GED; and certified by Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.  Job responsibilities and application availab...


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Now Accepting Applications for Police Chief
The City of Ludlow is now accepting applications for Police Chief.  Click here for more information.
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Ludlow Police Department to Host Citizen's Academy
The Ludlow Police Department will host a second Citizen's Academy. This 10-week program will begin on April 1, 2015, and meet each Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. through June 3, 2015.  The Academy allows the police to share information with citizens about the complexity of a law enforcement officer's job and provide insight into the dai...


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Ludlow City Sticker Information
Beginning November 3, 2014, the City of Ludlow began collecting the fee associated with City Stickers. This fee has always been assessed, and until June 30, 2014 was collected by the Kenton County Clerk’s office. This fee was always due at the time of car registration renewal. The Kenton County Clerk’s office is no longer able to collec...


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Ludlow Police to host "Citizens Academy"
The City of Ludlow Police Department, as part of its "Community Crime Prevention Program" presents a "Citizens Academy". This 10-week program is designed to increase the understanding between citizens and the police through training. In addition to specialized classroom training, students will participate in a wide range of interesting training, i...


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Officer Roberts receives Meritorious Service Award
 From July 27, 2012 through November 26, 2012, a total of seven fraudulent checks were passed at the Riverside Marketplace.  Officer Fred Roberts was among the officers who took reports for these checks.  Officer Roberts advised the Chief of Police that he felt the cases may be related. The case was assigned to Officer Roberts to inv...


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911 Transition takes effect 3/1/13 at 10 a.m.
When residents dial 911, it will now ring at the Kenton County Emergency Communications Center.  Residents of Ludlow, Bromley, Park Hills, and Fort Wright should not notice any changes in service when they call for Police, Fire, or EMS services after 10 a.m. this morning. Ed Butler, director of Kenton County’s consolidated dispatch cent...


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