Chief of Police

In 1983, Chief Michael Bosse began his law enforcement career with the Lexington Police Department upon graduating from Eastern Kentucky University. He worked his way through the ranks as a Patrolman, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and Assistant Chief. During his career with the Lexington Police Department, he graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Chief Bosse retired from Lexington in 2012 and came to Georgetown on April 16, 2012 to assume the role of Chief of Police. Chief Bosse is married with three children. He enjoys spending time with his family, public speaking and attending church. His hobbies include running and woodworking.

Contact Chief Bosse:

Georgetown Police Department

Michael Bosse, Chief of Police 

550 Bourbon Street
Georgetown, KY 40324

Message from the Chief

Welcome to the Georgetown Police Department website.  The Georgetown Police Department is a proud group of 62 men and women who feel privileged to serve the citizens of Georgetown.  We hold ourselves to a high standard of conduct and service.  We consider our occupation so much more than an ordinary occupation and are honored to be trusted with the safety of those we serve.  We strive for a humble confidence that deters those who would do harm to members of our community while fostering a caring and approachable demeanor to all.  Our 51 sworn officers appreciate the enormous responsibility that comes with our authority and we are confident in saying that we hold ourselves to a disciplined culture of accountability. {read more}

The Georgetown Police Department is a proud member of the Bluegrass and Central Kentucky Unified Police Protection System (BACKUPPS) which represents 26 agencies in 15 Central Kentucky counties providing over 3000 square mile of jurisdiction to each of its members.   


Come see our great city and please stop by the Georgetown Police Department and learn more about us.


Kindest Regards,


Michael Bosse