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Haysville Police Department


Mission Statement

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.






The Police Department consists of the following functions:







Support Services Communications/Records


Command Staff


Community Policing/Relations/School Resource Officers 



Animal Control

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.


Current List of Animals Being Held by Animal Control and Lost Animals in the Haysville Area




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.



Weather Information

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Programs and services offered by the Haysville Police Department include:


  • Child Passenger Safety Seat Checks
  • Stranger Danger

  • Gun Safety

  • Vacation Home Checks

  • Speedometer Checks

  • Child ID Program

  • Operation Lifesaver

  • D.A.R.E.

  • Neighborhood Watch Program

  • Tours of the Police Department

  • Ride Along Program

  • Bicycle Safety

  • McGruff - The Crime Dog

For information on any of these services please call the Haysville Police Department at 316-529-5912.