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About the Kenton Police Department
If you have any questions or need to reach the Chief of Police for non-emergency issues you can contact the police department via mail (USPS) or e-mail.
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Non-Emergency Contact Information
Chief of Police / Michael Hibbert
Post Office Box 261 / Kenton, DE 19955
The Kenton Police Department does not have an open office or police station. The Town has one part time Chief of Police and one other part time patrol officer. Patrol of the town is done at random times each week during the day and evenings as Mayor and Council directs. Special Duty patrols for distracted driving and various other traffic safety enforcement directives are funded by the Delaware Office of Highway Safety. Delaware State Police Troop 9 is responsible for patrol of the Town when our town officers are not on duty.
The Kenton Police Department is committed to working cooperatively with the community to enforce the laws, preserve peace, and provide a safe environment to the citizens and visitors of the Town of Kenton and the State of Delaware.
The Kenton Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of police service and forming partnerships with the community to achieve public satisfaction, making the Town of Kenton a safe place to live, visit, and conduct business.
The Kenton Police Patch
The patch shows the two oldest buildings in the town on the historic registry. The Kenton Church which dates back to the Revolutionary War era in 1789 and the Kenton Elementary School established in 1933 which is currently the Town Hall. In 1806 the town name was formerly changed from Grogtown to Kenton and in 1887 the Delaware General Assembly recognized Kenton as an incorporated town. The Kenton Police Department serves at the pleasure of Mayor and Council. The Kenton Police Department patch was designed by Hector Baez, a Delaware Corrections Officer who also designed the right arm patch (JTVCC) currently worn by Corrections Officers working at the Delaware Correctional Center in Smyrna. The left arm Corrections Patch is the standard state-wide patch worn by all Delaware Corrections Officers.