Coatesville Chief of Police - About Us

The Town of Coatesville is located in Coatesville, Indiana in Clay Township which is located in the southwest corner of Hendricks County. The Coatesville Police Departments primary duty is to protect and serve the 585 or so residents and businesses that are within the Town's limits.  Police emergency services are available 24 hours a day with primary support provided by the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department. 

If you come to Coatesville you will find a caring small town community where neighbors and businesses work together hand-in-hand, children learn, laugh and play, and history lives thriving with people who have devoted their lives to quality community living since its foundation more than 150 years ago.  We welcome you to explore our Department's website, we hope you will find the information contained informative, and we hope you come to visit our great community. 
Tim Williams
Police Chief

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Questions about Coatesville:
Contact Town Hall at 4994 Milton Street
Coatesville, IN 46121  765-386-7205
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Coatesville Police Information Message Line: 765-745-1659

This is not an emergency number

Dial 911 if you have an emergency or require police assistance.
This line is for general police related inquiries and questions only.  Messages will be returned by one of our officers in a reasonable amount of time.

Coatesville Reserve Officers:
  Steven Schultz
  William Wright