Munster Police Department
CROWN POINT | Michael Temores won't stand trial until early next year in the fatal crash that killed a Lansing man.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department and Choice Community Council hosted the town's 19th annual National Night Out Against Crime celebration Aug. 5 at the Munster Community Pool. This year's event, an effort to promote police and community partnerships through a variety of fun and educati…
CROWN POINT | A Munster man admitted Friday to causing a crash in 2012 that killed his front-seat passenger, according to court records.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department has its own armored personnel carrier, free of charge, to bolster a joint SWAT effort with a neighboring department.
MUNSTER | The Munster Jr. Historical Society, in partnership with the Munster Police Department, is presenting a student safety program entitled Whistle Away Crime (WAC) for Munster school children of all ages. This life-saving program will teach children what to do if they become lost, hurt…
As the school year gets underway, thousands of buses carrying tens of thousands of students will begin flooding the streets of Northwest Indiana and south suburban Chicago.
When it comes to keeping your kids safe in school, the most important thing for parents and students is a good relationship with the school staff and the school’s resource police officer.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department and Choice Community Council invite all Munster residents to participate in the town's 19th annual National Night Out Against Crime, set for 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Munster Community Pool, 8837 Calumet Ave.
MUNSTER | You may be cut like a Spartan statue and can move more weight than a truck can pull, but step into Quads Gym in Calumet City — the pumping grounds for some of the most formidable bodybuilders and powerlifters in the nation — and your ego may lose its girth.
MUNSTER | Favorable crime statistics aside, the opinion of Munster residents counts for a lot in determining whether the Munster Police Department is doing a good job of keeping the town safe, municipal officials said.
MUNSTER | Munster Police Department will host its quarterly Crime Watch meeting for residents at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Munster Centennial Clubhouse, 1005 S. Centennial Drive.
MUNSTER | Members of the Munster, Highland and Dyer police departments, and the Munster Fire Department, pitched, batted and raced around the bases last month in a charity softball event organized by Munster's Choice Community Council at Munster Community Park.
MUNSTER | Police from four communities worked to shut down the St. Thomas More Parish Festival Sunday night after a fight broke out there, police said.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department, with the assistance of the Parent-Teacher Organizations, recently held annual Drug Abuse Resistance Education and Fifth Grade Recognition Ceremonies at Eads, Elliott and Frank Hammond elementary schools. Almost 300 fifth-graders completed the DARE pr…
MUNSTER | Police are investigating a drive-by shooting that happened Friday night in the 8200 block of Highland Place.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department held fall semester Drug Abuse Resistance Education graduation ceremonies last month at both St. Thomas More School and St. Paul Lutheran School.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department participated in its ninth annual Cops & Kids event Dec. 14 at Wal-Mart in Schererville. Munster police officers, dispatchers, and Police Explorers members took approximately 80 pre-selected children in need shopping for toys and clothing with donat…
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