The citizens of Christian County are well served by the brave men and women behind the badges of each of these local law enforcement agencies. From patrol to detective to administrative leadership, the law enforcement community of Christian County is professional and dedicated. The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office works side by side with them to prosecute the criminals that threaten all of us. We couldn't do our work without them!
Christian County Jail
Jailer Brad Boyd
The Christian County Jail exists to provide a sanitary, safe and secure environment where offenders who have been arrested and are awaiting judicial procedures, or those who have been convicted, may take advantage of rehabilitative programs designed to aide in their return to society. By following Constitutional Law and regulations passed down from the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Department of Corrections, the Christian County Jail provides ethical and humane standards of punishment to further deterrence while promoting education and rehabilitation of incarcerated offenders.
If you know someone involved in a murder, burglary, drug-related offense, or any serious crime, call CRIME STOPPERS. You need not tell us your name, you'll remain completely anonymous and you will not have to appear in court. You will receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest. If you need more information, or have a tip call now 270-887-TIPS (8477). The Crime Stoppers TIPS phone does not have caller I.D. and we do not record any phone calls. View the CrimeStoppers Fugitive of the Week.
The Pennyrile Narcotic Task Force covers 16 counties in Western Kentucky. The counties have a combined population of approximately 340,561 residents in a predominantly rural county environment.
The mission of the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force is to support the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy’s strategy of reducing drug use in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To measurably reduce and disrupt the importation, distribution, and clandestine manufacturing of methamphetamine and other illegal drugs in the Pennyrile region and other parts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; thereby, reducing the impact of illegal drugs and related violent criminal activity which address the need to increase the safety of the citizens of Kentucky.