It is the mission of the Columbia City Police Department to protect lives and property of the citizens we serve. We will strive to reduce crime, the fear of crime and use proactive and progressing planning to ensure citizens have a safe community to live, work or play. Officers of the Columbia City Police Department will conduct themselves with honor, integrity and high ethical standards while performing their duties.
Records Office/Administrative Offices
City Hall is doing some remodeling beginning June 4, 2018.
The records department will be moved to the Communications Department located on the 1st floor of City Hall beginning May 29, 2018.
To contact personnel in the Administrative Offices please go to the Communications Department located on the 1st floor of City Hall.
We are located in Northeast Indiana, 20 miles west of Fort Wayne on U.S. 30. The Department was established in 1922 and consisted of only 3 officers. We currently employ 20 full-time officers, 1 civil and have 1 volunteer reserve officer. We proudly serve the residents of the City of Columbia City.
With so many sexual assault cases publicized in the media, we would like to provide indivduals with resources about what this form of violence looks like and how to support survivors of all ages.
Please visit our Victim Services page for a guide dedicated to helping students, parents, and educators better identify and understand sexual assault as a means to ending it.
General Contact Information
112 S. Chauncey St.
Columbia City, IN 46725
Administrative Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.