The City of New Albany is now accepting new hire applications for Police Officer Recruits. We will hold the Applicant written exam and Physical Agility test beginning at 9am on September 16, 2023. Please see below for the application and pre-registration form:
Applications are being taken for Experienced Officers.
Chief of Police Todd Bailey
311 Hauss Square, Room 131
New Albany, IN 47150-3586
Indiana Code 9-18-2 establishes the requirements for vehicle registration and licensing within the State of Indiana. New residents have 60 days from the date of residency to register and plate any vehicles that were legally registered and licensed in another state. Car dealers will generally provide buyers with temporary tags that give them 30 days to register and plate vehicles.
Any vehicles brought from another state to be registered and licensed in Indiana must undergo a Vehicle Identification Number check from local police. The New Albany Police Department provides this service for a $5 charge, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding public holidays.
Handguns are regulated by Indiana Code 35-47-2. Online applications for handgun permits are available online from the Indiana State Police, including answers to frequently asked questions. The New Albany Police Department completes handgun permit applications between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding public holidays. Click here go to the Firearms application.
The New Albany Police Records Division is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday and is closed on weekends and public holidays. Reports are generally available to the public three business days after the report was submitted to police.
Copies of vehicle crash reports cost $8 each if picked up in person or $12 each if accessed online at buycrash.com. Please note that buycrash.com is a third-party provider of crash reports that is owned by Open Portal Solutions (formerly Holt Sheets) of Greenwood, Indiana and utilized by law enforcement agencies such as the New Albany Police Department and Indiana State Police.