The Town of Elizabethtown Police Department strives to make interaction with our department professional, courteous and informative. Information you provide helps us evaluate our services, ensuring we provide the best exchange in our community.
We acknowledge commendations and investigate complaints as they are received. Information from individuals involved in an incident, witnesses, friends, family, and community groups are included.
If you have a comment or complaint, you may report it in person, or by mail by completing our commendation/complaint form in the link below.
Chief Parrish and the Town of Elizabethtown Police Department take pride in serving our community and realize your input helps us to ensure we are promoting professional service to our citizens.
We encourage you to inform us when you have a satisfying experience with the Elizabethtown Police Department and any of its employees. Commendations occur when you have experienced service from our department that you feel is worthy of a commendation or when you want to let our employees know their service was appreciated.
We encourage you to inform us when you have a less than satisfying experience with the Elizabethtown Police Department. We take our interactions seriously and will review and investigate your concern. You should bring your complaint to the department's attention by downloading the complaint form at the link below and addressing your letter to Chief Tony Parrish. Complete forms entirely so we may inform you of the status of your complaint.
If you are unsure if your concern rises to the level of filing a complaint, please contact Chief Tony Parrish by phone at (910) 862-3125, or email him at [email protected].