Haysville Police Department
The mission for every member of this department is to consistently seek and find ways to affirmatively promote, preserve, and deliver a feeling of security, safety, and quality services to members of our community.
200 W. Grand
Haysville KS. 67060
The Haysville Police Department is a progressive full service department committed to serving the citizens of Haysville.
Law Enforcement in the City of Haysville has progressed over the past 55 years. In 1954, the department consisted of a Town Marshall. Today, a staff of 35 people carry out the various responsibilities of the Police Department.
The Haysville Police Department is proud of its commitment to the citizens of Haysville and continues to strive to maintain the highest quality of service possible.
4th of JULY NON-EMERGENCY LINE
The Haysville Police Department, in conjunction with Sedgwick County 911, will be enabling a non-emergency phone line during the 4th of July holiday. The line has been very helpful in alleviating the burden non-emergency firework calls that overwhelm the 911 system. 911 will have personnel staffing the non-emergency lines this year on July 4th, July 5th, and July 6th from 6:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. each night. Any calls to the non-emergency line during non-operational hours will roll over into the 911 system. If there is a firework related emergency such as an injury or fire that requires a police, fire department, or EMS response call 911 immediately. As always, we want everyone to have a fun and safe 4th of July holiday!
Firework Sales Starting Soon!
The 4th of July holiday always brings with it the sale and use of fireworks in our City. Ordinances have been established to ensure the proper selling and detonation of fireworks. The following ordinance has been established designating times for fireworks detonation and penalties associated with violating the detonation ordinance.
5-1104. DESIGNATED TIMES FOR FIREWORKS DETONATION. Fireworks which may be displayed, detonated, discharged, and/or ignited within the City limits shall only be those devices commonly known as fireworks legal for sale within the State of Kansas. Residents of the City and their guests may detonate fireworks permitted under this article on their private property during authorized shooting hours as set forth in this article. The detonation of fireworks within the City shall be permitted only between 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. June 27th through July 2nd. On July 3rd and July 4th detonation of fireworks will be permitted between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to midnight. On December 31st detonation of fireworks will be permitted between the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on January 1st.
(Ord.748, Sec. 4; Code 2003)
5-1108. PENALTY FOR UNLAWFUL DETONATION OF FIREWORKS. The violation of any provision contained in section 5-1104 of this article shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) and forfeiture of any and all fireworks that were then in the possession of the alleged offender.
(Ord. 748, Sec. 4; Code 2003)
WE HOPE EVERYONE HAS A FUN AND SAFE
4TH OF JULY!
The Police Department consists of the following functions:
Picks up stray, injured or deceased animals; locates and impounds animals believed to have bitten humans or other animals; issues summons for animal ordinance violations; investigates cruelty to animal cases.
Training is the key to maintaining a qualified and progressive department. New police officers are trained by the University of Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. New communications officers are trained in-house with an established program. An in-service program as well as training classes offered by the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and other Law Enforcement Agency's keep all personnel up-to-date and abreast of changing tactics and requirements. Kansas Law Enforcement officers are required to complete a number of training hours to maintain their Law Enforcement Certification through the State of Kansas.
Does your family have a plan in case of an emergency? Do you have an emergency kit? Now is the time to get prepared for severe storm season, or any other emergency situation. Please visit www.ready.gov for information on how you and your family can be better prepared for all types of disasters.
Programs and services offered by the Haysville Police Department include:
- Child Passenger Safety Seat Checks
Vacation Home Checks
Child ID Program
Neighborhood Watch Program
Tours of the Police Department
Ride Along Program
McGruff - The Crime Dog
For information on any of these services please call the Haysville Police Department at 316-529-5912.