Andover Police Department

  • Agency: Andover Police Department
  • Address: 909 N. Andover Rd., Andover , 67002 KS
  • Chief: Michael A Keller (Chief of Police)
Phone: (316) 733-5177
Fax: (316) 733-9648

Andover Police Department is located at 909 N. Andover Rd., Andover , 67002 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael A Keller. The Andover Police Department phone number is (316) 733-5177.

Andover Police Department News

**Roadway is clear! Thanks for your patience!** Avoid the intersection of 159th & 13th due to an injury accident. We will advise when the area is clear.

On Tuesday, November 7th and Thursday, November 9th, officers of the Andover Police Department participated in the annual Physical Fitness testing and assessment. Officers are asked to run a 175 yard obstacle course, that includes stairs, a 4’ high window, a 5’ high wall, two cement pipes and a 180 lb. dummy drag, all under 85 seconds. All of our officers passed this year’s testing on their first attempt, with Sgt. Troy Snedeker leading this year’s group finishing with a time of 42.21 seconds!

At today’s Andover Rotary meeting at the Terradyne Country Club, Ron & Lori Kutter of Kutter Pet Care Center made a check presentation in the amount of $1,000 to the Andover Police & Fire Foundation (AP&FF) for the "K-9 Fundraiser" The check was accepted by Chief Mike Keller on behalf of the foundation. Thank you Ron & Lori!!!

It's 9:00 Andover, time to check your vehicles for any valuables and take them inside, then lock your car doors and shut the garage door. If you see any suspicious activity call Andover dispatch at 316-733-5177 ext 0 or dial 911.

This male Husky was found near Central and Andover Rd. He has a camo collar on. Please contact the Andover Police Department if you know where he belongs. Thank You

It's 9 O'clock! Are your car doors locked? Lock it or lose it!! Report any suspicious activity to dispatch 911 or 316-733-5177

This morning staff members of the Police Department are attending the department’s annual Fall Mandatory training, “Workplace Harrasment”, presented by Chief Mosely from Rose Hill PD. Later this morning we will have “Bias Based Policing-Racial Profiling” and “Fitness & Nutrition.”

It's 9:00 Andover, time to check your vehicles for any valuables and take them inside, then lock your car doors and shut the garage door. If you see any suspicious activity call Andover dispatch at 316-733-5177 ext 0 or dial 911.

It's 9:00, Andover! Go get your valuables out of the car and lock anything in sight!

It’s 9:00 O’clock! Help prevent crime! LOCK your vehicle! TAKE your keys! HIDE your Valuables! CLOSE the garage door!

Need to report a missing pet. Dog named Chip, 12 lbs, black and white Shih-Tzu breed. 13 years old and hard of hearing. All vaccines up to date, not dangerous. Call or text 316-990-4250, or 316-706-8439. Lost in the Cornerstone area

It's 9 O'clock! Are your car doors locked? Lock it or lose it!! Report any suspicious activity to dispatch 911 or 316-733-5177

The Andover Communications Center is excited to announce the availability of Text-to-911. Text-to-911 will be available for those individuals who cannot safely make a voice call to 911 in an emergency. This will be a valuable service to the deaf and hard of hearing community.

Lost a male tri colored Great Dane in the 300 blk of E. Manor Rd. If located, please contact the Andover Police Department at 316-733-5177 ext. 0. No photo at this time

It's 9:00 Andover, time to check your vehicles for any valuables and take them inside, then lock your car doors and shut the garage door. If you see any suspicious activity call Andover dispatch at 316-733-5177 ext 0 or dial 911.

This afternoon November 2nd, Ray Tharman and Spaulding’s Food & Drink made a $1,580 donation to the Andover Police & Fire Foundation (AP&FF) following their “Point 27K” fundraiser that they held back on September 30th. The fundraising event included a lap around the building with beer, live music and fun along the way!” Many of the Andover Square shopping plaza’s businesses also participated in the event. AP&FF Board members Michelle Sell, Ron Boss and Tats Shepherd, along with members of both the Police Department and Andover Fire & Rescue were on hand to accept the check.

"Beards for Bucks" Andover Police Officers may look a little hairier than usual during the month of November. That’s because the Police Department, along with a number of law enforcement agencies throughout the country are participating in a "Beard for Bucks" fundraiser designed to reaise awareness and money for their local Child Advocacy Centers. Police Chief Mike Keller has waived the APD grooming standards for the month to allow members of the department to participate. APD officers and civilian staff will donate $30 each in order to grow a goatee or beard during the 30-days of November. This year's donations will go directly to the Sunlight Children's Advocacy & Rights Foundation (SCARF) in El Dorado and the Butler County Children's Home in Andover. Anyone wanting to assist in this year's fund raising efforts may make their contributions directly to SCARF.

It's 9:00 Andover, time to check your vehicles for any valuables and take them inside, then lock your car doors and shut the garage door. If you see any suspicious activity call Andover dispatch at 316-733-5177 ext 0 or dial 911.

It's 9:00! Let's get those garage doors shut, valuables out of the car and lock them up!!

Here’s a few of our favorites so far! They keep coming! We love this event every year!

Come see us!! Safe Halloween is in full swing!

Missing from Andover Landings behind Casey's. He is a yr old and has been neutered. Kids are so upset. He got out. His name is Miyagi. If located, please contact the Andover Police Dept at 316-733-5177 ext. 0 Thank You!

It’s 9:00 O’clock! Help prevent crime! LOCK your vehicle! TAKE your keys! HIDE your Valuables! CLOSE the garage door!

We hope to see all of you at Safe Halloween TOMORROW from 4-6PM at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church. Bring your ghosts, goblins, princesses, superheros, etc. We will have plenty of candy to hand out. Be sure to wear your coat!

Beginning October 30 through November 3, The Andover Police Department will join other Kansas law enforcement agencies across Kansas to be extra-vigilant when patrolling around schools. For more than 20 years, officers have educated and warned drivers and passengers regarding the importance of using seatbelts while in their vehicle. There should be no surprises when it comes to this enforcement effort. The Andover Police Department strives to make all roadways safe, especially roadways around Andover Schools. Officers will issue citations to anyone who does not obey Kansas law. Drivers need to slow down, especially in school zones, eliminate the distractions, and always buckle up.