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Recruitment Opportunities are now open at the Alexandria Police Department.


201 East Washington Street
(765) 724-3222


The Alexandria Police Department shall provide leadership, coordination, and delivery of law enforcement support services for the protection and safety of the community.


The Alexandria Police Department had been entrusted with the duties and responsibilities to preserve, protect and defend people and property and maintain social order. This public trust mandates that all members exemplify the highest standard of conduct both on and off duty.

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Police Chief M. Montgomery

Chief Montgomery

Chief of Police

Phone: 765-724-3222

Chief Montgomery completed undergraduate classes at Indiana State University and Vincennes University, Majoring in Criminal Justice.  Chief Montgomery, a lifelong resident of Alexandria, pursued a career with the Alexandria Police Department, serving as a Dispatcher and reserve officer before being hired full-time with the department in 1997.
Chief Montgomery graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Class 97-131.  Over his 25-year career with the Alexandria Police Department, Chief Montgomery has served as Sergeant and Captain, during which he has earned numerous certifications, awards, and commendations, including the Medal of Valor Award.  Chief Montgomery also served as a part of the Madison County Drug Task Force before being named the Chief of Police for the City of Alexandria.
As the Chief of Police, Montgomery leads his department as the  Instructor for Physical Tactics and Use of Force, Ground & Knife Fighting, Response to Active Shooters, and Field Training Officer.
Building on his extensive knowledge of the department, Chief Montgomery found it imperative to implement up-to-date standard operating procedures, ensuring that officers remain knowledgeable in performing their duties.
Montgomery's forward-thinking leadership spearheaded a Mental Health Program to combat mental health stresses that often occur with the demands of today's policing.  In addition, with the expansion of the School Resource Officer program, Montgomery has prioritized the safety of students and staff within the Alexandria Community Schools.
Montgomery further advocated for his department; to comprise resources that secured body cameras for each officer and advanced tools such as a DJI Matrice 30T drone and Police K-9 that will be joining the department in 2023.  These tools will aid in not only the apprehension of criminals but also the safety of the citizens of Alexandria.

Asst. Chief Brian Holtzleiter

Asst. Chief Holzleiter

Asst. Chief of Police

Phone: 765-724-3222

Assistant Chief Holtzleiter came to Alexandria with associate's degrees from Ivy Tech (Industrial Electrician) and Ball State University (Criminal Justice).  He has also earned a bachelor's degree from Anderson University (Criminal Justice) and served as a UAW / General Motors Journeyman Electrician.
Holtzleiter was an Honor Graduate of Class 195 of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and joined the department full-time in 2011.  He has served the department in patrol, as Captain of Investigations for four years, and as the Assistant Chief.  Assistant Chief Holtzleiter is currently a Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) Instructor, Advanced Emergency Vehicle Operations (EVO) Instructor, and Field Training Officer (FTO), as well as the department's TASER Instructor, Property Room Manager, and Training Coordinator.  Holtzleiter was the Madison County Prosecutor's Office 2021 Officer of the Year and was also awarded an honorable mention for the same award while serving in patrol.

  • Det. Capt. Rasmussen

  • SRO Ellis

  • Capt. Austin

  • Capt. Holtzleiter

  • Sgt. Anderson

  • Sgt. Thomas

  • SRO/K9 Willoughby

  • Officer Huffman

  • Officer Williams

  • Officer Gossett

  • Officer Baxter

  • Officer Klettheimer