Winfield Police Department

  • Agency: Winfield Police Department
  • Address: 812 Millington, Winfield, 67156 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: 620-221-5555
Fax: 620-221-5592

Winfield Police Department is located at 812 Millington, Winfield, 67156 KS. The Winfield Police Department phone number is 620-221-5555.

Winfield Police Department News

WPD patrol officers are reporting a few slippery places around town this morning. If you have to get out and about, allow for extra time to drive extra carefully and arrive safely.

Our front window will be closed today as well, and will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday. If you have an emergency, please dial 911. If you need to make a report or speak with an officer, dial 221-5555.

Happy #FureverFriday! Thanks to MPO Jay Tate for helping us feature this week’s canine companion, Benji. Benji is a 2 year old Terrier/Retriever. He loves to go for walks and to run and play. He has been fully vetted and he does have a microchip. He loves to play with toys and ropes. He would love to go to the park and play fetch. Since he was chosen to be PET OF THE WEEK by his friends at the Cowley County Humane Society, his adoption is FREEEEE with the donation of hotdogs, canned cat or dog food, dog and cat treats.

WPD patrol officers are reporting a few slippery places around town this morning. Leave a little early and arrive safely.

Happy #FureverFriday! Thanks to Officer Bryce Carter for helping us feature this week’s canine companion, Dave. Dave is a 1 year old Shepherd mix. He loves to have human interaction, play games, and play with toys. He’s at the Cowley County Humane Society with his two brothers. They get to see each other and play together every day. He loves to wrestle but he also loves to snuggle and get loved on. He’s a big boy but he still likes to think he’s a lap dog. Dave was chosen to be PET OF THE WEEK by the staff at CCHS because he’s such a big LOVER!! Since he’s pet of the week his adoption is FREEEE with the donation of: Canned cat or dog food, hot dogs, dog or cat treats.

Please take time to read this valuable information from our public safety partners at the Cowley County Sheriff's Office.

A reminder that kids go back to school tomorrow.

Here’s some useful information from the City of Winfield, KS Code Enforcement Department.

Happy New Year! Don’t forget to enter our drawing for this sweet new Winfield PD Yeti tumbler by liking, sharing, and commenting your New Year’s Resolution on the original post below. We’ll choose a winner at random on Thursday.

*** Entries for this drawing are now closed. Thanks to all who entered! *** Do you wish you owned this nice Winfield PD cup? To kick off 2018 we want to give one away. Like and Share this post for 2 chances to win and add a comment with your New Years resolution to get a 3rd chance! A random winner will be chosen January 4th and the winner will be notified by private message. You must "like" the Winfield Police Department page to win.

Happy #FureverFriday! Thanks to records clerk Forika McDougald for help is us feature this week’s canine companion, Luna. Luna is a 3 year old American Pit bull Terrier. She can be a little shy at first, but after a treat and some kinds words she will get along with you just fine. She loves to play tug-of-war with her rope and play fetch with her ball. She has been around older kids and some younger. She has been fully vetted and does have her microchip. Since she was chosen to be pet of the week (for being so FABULOUS), her adoption is FREEEEEEE with the donation of canned cat or dog food, paper towels, bleach, dawn dish soap, hotdogs, or dog and cat treats.

Our lobby window will also be closed Monday, and will reopen Tuesday at 8 a.m.

Did you know ...? Bicycle thefts are often crimes of opportunity. To help prevent The Grinch from getting away with your shiny new bike, please keep it locked up or hidden from plain sight when not in use. You can pick up a bicycle registration form at our station that allows us to more quickly reunite you with your bike in the event it is stolen and later recovered. We have personnel at our front window from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (not including federal holidays) to assist you with bike registrations. Thanks to Dawn J. for writing us with the great idea to share this information with our followers! It’s great to be reminded that we have residents looking out for each other!

Operation Blue Santa is an annual collaborative effort between the Winfield Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and the Winfield Police Department to provide area families with gifts, household necessities, and Christmas dinner. Each year, we don our Blue Santa hats while shopping, wrapping, and delivering said items to families in need. Thanks to many businesses, organizations, and individuals, Operation Blue Santa 2017 was a great success. With your help, we were able to assist over 30 children from 12 area families. From all of us at Operation Blue Santa headquarters, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

On behalf of the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police it has been brought to our attention that citizens of the state of Kansas have been receiving phone calls from an unknown telemarketing company claiming to be representing the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police. The KACP currently DOES NOT have anyone working on our behalf to solicit funding through telemarketing. Please DO NOT give out personal information or money to anyone claiming to be with the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police. If you have donated funds or have received a call – we encourage you to reach out to your local law enforcement. Jennifer Duffy, Executive Director Kansas Assoc. of Chiefs of Police PO Box 780603 Wichita, KS 67278

Thanks so much to Daniel, Creedon, Keaghan, and Emily for the Christmas cupcakes and hand-drawn cards delivered to MPO Galen Giddens at our station Friday. Your kindness and support are much appreciated!

Happy #FureverFriday! Thanks to City of Winfield Director of Information Services Jerred Schmidt for helping us feature this week’s canine companion, Naveah. Be sure and like the City of Winfield, KS Facebook page to keep up with happenings throughout several City departments. Navaeh is a 10 month old American Pit Bull Terrier. She loves to be outside, playing and going for walks. She loves play time almost as much as she loves cuddle time! She loves to cuddle with everyone. I can be shy at first but once she knows you, she'll be your friend forever! Her favorite food is blueberries. She has been fully vetted and she does have a microchip. She would love it if you came to see her as well as all of her super sweet kitty and dog friends. They are FANTASTIC! Since she was chosen to be PET OF THE WEEK (because she is such a BEAUTIFUL girl), her adoption fee is FREEEEE with the donation of hot dogs, paper towels, bleach, kitten formula, and canned cat food for all of her AMAZING furry pals at the Cowley County Humane Society.

Here’s a little #FlashbackFriday for your enjoyment. We hear The Grinch has since been apprehended. We’ll share that video soon.

Thank you to Piper, Bentley, and Rowan for the delicious brownie bites, and especially thank you for singing to us! Your performance definitely has us in the Christmas spirit this morning!

Thank you to our friends Mary and Marissa from the Salvation Army for the warm and delicious pizza at dinner time yesterday evening.

Lt. Chad Gordon is seen receiving his City of Winfield 15 year service pin from Chief Brett Stone. Lt. Gordon had 9 1/2 years of law enforcement experience prior to joining WPD and currently serves as a patrol shift supervisor.. Thank you for your service to this community.

Thank you to the scouts from Boy Scouts of America Troop 314 for dropping off two beautiful wreaths to help make our station more festive. They are greatly appreciated!

Happy #FureverFriday! Thank you to our special guest, Winfield City Manager Jeremy Willmoth, for helping us feature Bernadette. Jeremy was a big proponent of launching the City of Winfield, KS Facebook. You should give them a like to keep up with happenings from various City departments. Bernadette is a 1 year old Terrier. She walks great on a leash. She even checks to make sure you are still walking with her. She has been fully vetted and she does have a microchip. She has lots of love and snuggles to give. She was named after Bernadette from the hit TV show The Big Bang Theory. Can you see the resemblance? She would love to be your sidekick in life and keep you warm on cold winter nights. She'd love to watch The Big Bang Theory together! She would also love it if you came to see her, as well as all of her super sweet kitty and dog friends at the Cowley County Humane Society. They are PUUUURFECT! Since she was chosen to be PET OF THE WEEK (because she's such a BEAUTIFUL girl), her adoption fee is free with the donation of hot dogs, paper towels, bleach, kitten formula, and canned cat food for all of her AMAZING furry pals.