Date of release: June 12, 2020
The Paducah Police Department will reopen its lobby located at 1400 Broadway to the public Monday, June 15, with some restrictions in place.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in accordance with executive orders from Gov. Andy Beshear, the department is taking steps to minimize the risk of infection to our visitors and staff. Those include
- Only four (4) individuals will be allowed in the main lobby at one time. One (1) person may wait in the outer foyer until an individual in the lobby leaves.
- Visitors should maintain at least six (6) feet distance from other visitors while in the lobby, as indicated by the markings on the floor.
- Face-to-face services (fingerprinting, property release, identification cards, etc.) will be by appointment only. Visitors requesting these services will be required to bring and wear a mask.
- Other visitors are not required to wear a mask, but it is highly encouraged.
The lobby will be open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. weekdays. The police department’s Records Unit staff is cleaning and disinfecting the lobby area and other areas of the department several times daily. We ask that if you have a fever or are experiencing other COVID-19-related symptoms, you avoid visiting the police department.
Citizens may continue to utilize the websites www.buycrimes.com or www.buycrash.com to acquire copies of crime or collision reports, respectively. Records and Evidence personnel are available by telephone at 270-444-8554.