The Edgewood Police Department is on duty 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.  There are seventeen (17) police officers, all certified as Kentucky Law Enforcement Officers, with varied backgrounds and talents.  Although there is no support staff in the department, City staff do perform limited functions for the convenience of the public.  If ever there is a question about calling the police, we encourage folks to be safe and make the call. The sure way to contact us is by calling either 911 in cases of emergency, or through the Kenton County Dispatch Center at 859-356-3191.


The Edgewood Police Department is currently led by Chief Brian Zurborg.  Chief Zurborg is a resident of Edgewood and has lived in the area his entire life graduating from Dixie Heights High School in 1990.  He has an Associate’s degree in Law Enforcement, a Bachelor’s degree in Justice Studies, and a Master’s degree in Public Administration all from Northern Kentucky University. Brian started out as a patrolman with the Edgewood Police Department in October of 1996.  Brian rose to the rank of Sergeant in 2001, graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2007, and was promoted to Lieutenant in 2017.  Brian achieved the position of Chief of Police in August 2019.

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