About the Police Department
The City of Inman Police Department has 11 police officers, including the police chief. Five reserve officers serve the department on a volunteer basis.
Chief Keith Tucker has been working with the city since 1998. He is the primary contact for all domestic, criminal, and vehicle issues.
Chief Tucker and Lt. Brian Hall train all the City's police officers in-house. The Police Department maintains coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There's always an officer close by when you need us.
The Police Department has the following units:
- Administration and training
- K-9 patrol
- School resource officers – Chapman High School and Inman Elementary School
- Community policing
Is it possible to pay my ticket online?
No, we're not able to process online payments. You can, however, make your payments at City Hall. If you're paying with a credit or debit card, you can call us and make a payment over the phone. (We do charge a 3% convenience fee if you pay with a card.) City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
What are the Police Department hours?
The Police Department office is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please call City Hall if you need to set up an appointment after normal business hours. Our patrol officers provide police protection 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Is it possible for the Police Department to take my fingerprints for employment and other background checks?
Yes, we can provide you with a fingerprint card for $5.00 during normal business hours. Please contact City Hall to set up an appointment.
Does the Police Department offer ride-alongs?
Yes, please contact City Hall for more details and to set up an appointment. The Police Chief or Lieutenant must approve all ride-along requests.
Could I get an officer to speak at my event, church, school, and so on?
Yes! We love being able to speak with our friends in the community. Please contact us so we can arrange the details.
How can I obtain a restraining order or order of protection?
You will need to contact a Spartanburg County magistrate. You can view more information by clicking here
Chief Keith Tucker
NOTE: For Emergencies, please call 911 and do not use this form or the website to submit your emergency request.
The Police Department is involved in the community with such programs as Sandwiches for Kids, Soup for Seniors, Santa Run, and Boo on Mill. We work with local businesses and churches to distribute food and clothing donations to residents in need.
Please contact Chief Tucker if you have a question or need some additional assistance.
We encourage you to reach out about getting involved in our Community Crime Watch program, too.
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