Humboldt Police Department

  • Agency: Humboldt Police Department
  • Address: 725 Bridge Street, Humboldt, 66748 KS
  • Chief: Dan Onnen (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-473-2341
Fax: 620-473-2133

Humboldt Police Department is located at 725 Bridge Street, Humboldt, 66748 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Onnen. The Humboldt Police Department phone number is 620-473-2341.

Humboldt Police Department News

Drivers be extra careful. Today's snow is not deep but the ice has built up on our streets making it very slick. This accident occurred earlier only because of the conditions. Thankfully no one was hurt. Be sure and wear your seatbelts and be safe.

Black, long-haired mix picked up at 1st and Bridge, also spotted near 3rd and Mulberry at another point this morning. Camo collar, no tag. On a lead that appears to have broken. Please call Police Department at 620.473.2341 or Allen County Communications at 620.365.1437 if this is your dog and we can arrange pick-up on Monday.

Two male dogs picked up at 12th & Sycamore. Possible beagle/mix and shepard/mix. Sorry photos are not very good but they were very active. Give us a call or come by the police station to claim.

#### ADOPTED ###### Dog going around 11th and Mulberry. Anybody know who this good not belongs to?

Found at 6th & Charles Female with electronic collar Contact our office She is not at the pound. A very nice citizen offered to keep her until a owner could be found. **************SHE IS HOME*************

LOST AND FOUND Set of keys on a lanyard one Toyota key included. Found in the area of First and Pecan. Call or come by the Police Department to identify. Keys have been claimed *********

We finally got him. Hopefully we can find where this nice guy lives. Any help would be appreciated.

Heads up SEK! It may be cold already, but it's going to get colder as the days go on. Here's a look at the Hazardous Weather Outlook for the next few days, and the details on the Wind Chill Advisory that the National Weather Service has issued. Please make sure to check on the elderly, bring your pets inside or arrange a safe and warm place for them and livestock, and keep emergency kits close by and in your vehicles.. They might have trouble starting. Layer, layers, layers! And please, pay attention to exposure times if you must be out in it! Mother Nature is here and she's bringing the chill in full-motherly-force! Be safe out there!

Merry safe

To the entire Humboldt community. Have a safe and happy Christmas.

*****UPDATE Owners have him and he is home ****** Just picked up in the area of 10th & Central. No collar or tags. Give us a call if you have any information. Thanks!

Just had a visit from the Humboldt Elementary Fifth Grade Christmas Carolers. Great Job!

*******UPDATE THIS ONE HAS BEEN ADOPTED****** We want to thank everyone for all their help and support! Picked up last night! Brendle Pitt Mix. 24PetWatch has been contacted in regards to the chip number on the collar, but it comes back to a German Shepard. Please contact the Humboldt Police Department if this is your dog! 620.473.2341

Welcome our new officer and hometown gal! Sergeant Shannon Moore Sgt Moore comes to our department as a veteran officer. With experience at Iola Police Department where she reached the rank as detective. She was also Allen County Undersheriff and Sheriff of Woodson County and her last position as a County Jail Administrator. A total of 22 years of experience. We are glad to have her as part of our team here at Humboldt Police Department. If you see her be sure to welcome her back.

We had a cell phone that was turned into lost and found. It was found on the square and turned in this morning. It's a LG brand. Come to the police office during business hours to claim.

We had visitors! A great group of preschool kids and staff from The Growing Place.

Picked up at 13th and Neosho, has collar, male. Please contact dispatch if this is your dog! 620.365.1437

This small girl was just picked up in the area of 500 block of New York. Give us a call if you know were she lives. Thanks UPDATE Owner is found and is now home !!!!

Looking for someone to adopt this big friendly guy. He has been with is for several days and no one has contacted us looking for him. Very friendly and likes attention. Call us at 620-473-2341 UPDATE This guy has been spoken for and we have set up adoption date 😀

Chief Brian Dillow and Officer Andrea Umbarger helped youth in the Humboldt community today for the annual STICKER SHOCK to raise awareness for underage drinking, providing alcohol to minors and the consequences that can come with both. Special thanks to Allen County Deputy Darren Kellerman, Moon's Hometown Market, Johnson's General Store, Freedom Liquor Store and Pete's for participating! Next time you spot a sticker on your adult beverages, ask the counter clerk for more information! Start the conversation and help raise awareness about not only the legality of the situation, but the ramifications as well.

Citizens need to be aware of another phone scam in our area. A elderly resident received a call from a 876 area code telling them that they had won millions of dollars in a sweepstakes drawing. In order to receive their prize they would have to send the caller several thousand dollars in taxes or fees. Never should you have to pay to receive a prize. The call was investigated and found out to be from Jamaica and was reported to the Federal Trade Commission. Luckily the victim did not send any money and made a report to the police department. Anyone receiving these types of calls can report them to our department at 620-473-2341 or contact the FTC at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357)

As a quick reference guide, here are the numbers to call to get ahold of Humboldt Police Department or an Officer! Please SHARE and SAVE these numbers in your phone for quick access! IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL *911* Humboldt Police Department Office 620.473.2341 (Available during regular business hours) Allen County Communications/Dispatch 620.365.1437 (24/7)