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

Thank you to Southwestern College for hosting our department today at Jantz Stadium as part of the pregame festivities. Our officers and their families were part of the fan tunnel welcoming the Moundbuilders to the field. Police Chief Brett Stone with son, Jack, and Investigator/MPO Shawn Love with son, Brandon, were at center field for the coin toss. Both Chief Stone and Investigator Love are graduates of Southwestern College. The #Moundbuilders not only won the coin toss, but also the game, beating the Bethany Swedes 28-14! #GoBuilders

Thank you to Sunflower Lock & Key for the really nice 2018 pocket calendars. They are appreciated!

Happy #FureverFriday! Thank you to Lt. Chad Gordon for helping us feature this week's feline friend, Arianna. Arianna is 2 months old. She loves to be cuddled and petted. She likes to play with balls and other toys, and is the sweetest little thing. She would love to spend time with you and be apart of your family. She spends most of her days napping in a cute little ball. She has been spayed and microchipped. Since Arianna is so LOVING, her friends at the Cowley County Humane Society have made her PET OF THE WEEK! That means she can be yours with only a donation of paper towels, bleach, Dawn dish soap, and canned cat food for all of Arianna's PURRRRRFECT cat friends at the humane society!

Thank you to Wal-Mart Asset Protection Manager Billy Head for the bakery goodies he brought to a meeting at the police department.

Beginning October 30 through November 3, Winfield Police Department will join other Kansas law enforcement agencies in a volunteer seatbelt enforcement action around our schools. In 2016, 44 children ages 0-19 lost their lives due to motor vehicle crashes in Kansas, with half of those children not properly restrained. Winfield officers will be extra vigilant when patrolling around our schools looking for adults and children not properly restrained in a seatbelt or child restraint device. There should be no surprises when it comes to this enforcement effort. Officers will issue citations to anyone who does not obey Kansas law. Please slow down, especially in school zones, eliminate the distractions, and ALWAYS buckle up.

Please "LIKE" & "SHARE" to help us spread the information for a tree cleanup program in Winfield at the end of November and start of December. For more information please follow the link for details. For further information contact John Adams the City Code Enforcement Inspector at or 620-221-5527.

The City of Winfield Compost Site, 320 Broad St., will be open today, Monday, October 16th, from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will return back to its regular schedule on Tuesday.

Happy #FureverFriday! This week’s featured furry friend is Willie! Here’s what Willie has to say about himself: “I LOVE to lay around in the sun. I HAVE a loving personality. I GET ALONG WITH people but I like to chase cows so a town home might be better for me. I NEED to be house trained if you'd like me to be a house dog.” To meet Willie or one of many other potential pets, visit our friends at the Cowley County Humane Society today!

This would be a great way to learn proactive steps to protect yourself from fraud. One of the frequent calls we receive are scams looking to defraud residents. Any measures you can take to protect yourself from these crimes are worthwhile.

*** Please LIKE and SHARE this post to help us locate a subject being sought for questioning. Any updates to this incident will be added to this post. *** On 10/10/2017 at 7:09 a.m. officers with the Winfield Police Department were dispatched to the 700 building of St. James Court regarding an aggravated robbery. Upon arrival Officers spoke with a male victim who stated he had been robbed of a cellular telephone, $25.00, and a phone charger at gunpoint approximately 30 minutes prior to law enforcements arrival. The victim identified the suspects as two white males and one white female. The victim stated the suspects left in a white GMC Yukon. ​At 8:21 a.m. officers observed a white GMC Yukon matching the description given by the victim. Officers detained and later arrested Cecil A. Derringer and Joseph W. Fann, both of Winfield, for aggravated robbery. Search warrants were obtained and served following the incident. As a result of these warrants, Derringer has also been charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug use paraphernalia. Derringer was also charged with no proof of liability insurance. The female suspect, identified as Summer Haga, was not located and is being sought for questioning. A photo of Haga is included with this post. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Summer Haga, or any further information regarding this case, please call the Winfield Police Department at (620)221-5555 or Cowley County Crime Stoppers at (620)221-7777. You can also submit Crime Stoppers tips online at

Thank you to the crew at Subway for providing lunch for our officers today! Sgt. Kory Roberts is shown picking up the sandwiches. We appreciate the support!

The cooler weather today is a good reminder to start preparing our vehicles for safe winter travel. There are many items we could use in our cars but here are a few to start a good emergency kit: Vehicles should be serviced and in good working order Properly inflated spare tire Good wiper blades Cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries Shovel Windshield scraper Flashlight with extra batteries Water Snack food Extra hats, coats, and mittens Blankets Canned compressed air with sealant for emergency tire repair Booster cables Emergency flares First aid kit with pocket knife Water Necessary medications Tow chain or rope

Very good information for City of Winfield utility customers. Please take time to jot down the phone number (620)221-0404. In the event you call and the line is busy, chances are the outage hotline is getting inundated with calls about the outage.

Happy #FureverFriday. Thank you to WPD Data Entry Supervisor Brandi Bonesteel for taking a few minutes to help us feature our canine friend. BOW WOW WOOOOOOZER!! I am Clyde! Totally awesome name, RIGHT?? I am a 10 month old TOTALLY ADORABLE shepard mix. I was brought in as a stray to Cowley County Humane Society and I have been hanging out here with my friends for a bit. They took care of getting my neuter, microchip, all my vaccines and my heartworm test which I passed!! I do not have those pesky worms!! I am a super happy, energetic guy. I would LOVE a family of my very own to run with, to play ball with or just sit around and veg out on rainy ol fall days!! This week I am PET OF THE WEEK!! That is GREAT NEWS!! That means with the donation of paper towels, bleach, bedding, canned food for my kitty friends or dish soap my normal adoption fee of $120.00 is ZERO DOLLARS!! That is right!! With your donation of items you can take me home!! I would like a fenced yard to run and play as I am a busy young man!! Please, if you think I am the GUY FOR YOU, come down and meet me!!! You can find Clyde and his friends at the Cowley County Humane Society.

The 2017 Winfield Community Night Out Celebration is in the books and deemed a great success. It took several hours of planning to get the event put together but special thanks needs to go out to the agencies that participated in our event and especially to the community sponsors. Without the sponsorship, we would not have been able to accomplish what we did. A special thanks to the following community sponsors: Save-A-Lot Winfield Kansas, Walmart Winfield - Pike Rd, Dillons, Potter Mower & Chain Saw Service, The Wet Pet, William Newton Hospital, Rubbermaid, Craig Reed - Farm Bureau Financial Services, Wendy's, Sonic Drive-In, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 38, KSOK Radio, and the City-Cowley County Health Department with RISE Cowley. Another well deserved thanks to the Winfield Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, Winfield High School Arts Program for the fantastic face painting and the A Gift From Gunner Foundation for the bounce house usage. We look forward to 2018, to have a bigger and better Community Night Out and look forward to seeing you all there!!

#ScamAlert We've had calls about a couple of scams going around; one we've dealt with several times, and another that's not quite as common. The first scam involves contacting older residents and pretending to be a young relative (grandchild or niece/nephew) in trouble with the law. The caller asks the potential victim to wire them money to pay for bail. The second scam call claims to be from the local police department, soliciting donations. The Winfield Police Department will never call residents asking for donations or monetary support. It is recommended you provide no information to either caller. A police report is non necessary unless you have provided the callers with any personally identifiable or financial account information.

The wait is almost over! Join us at Island Park TONIGHT from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. for free food, fun, and friendly faces from area public safety agencies! We'll also have some cool free handouts, as well as a chance to win one of several prizes. We can't wait to see you there!

Officer John Adams visits with folks at Walmart Winfield - Pike Rd during their Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Carnival Saturday. #workingwiththecommunity

Happy #FureverFriday! Thank you to MPO Duane Sherrard for helping us feature this week’s canine companion, Budrow. Budrow is a fun loving, friendly boy. He is a wiggly, goofy 9 month old pit bull mix. If you are looking for a loyal friend to share a game of tug with or to cuddle on the couch with, he will be here waiting for you! You can adopt him for FREE this week at the Cowley County Humane Society if you mention this post. He is full of life and fully vetted. You can find Budrow and many other furry friends at the Cowley County Humane Society.

Join us October 3rd from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Island Park for our inaugural Winfield Community Night Out! In conjunction with RISE Cowley, we'll be serving up free hot dogs, chips, drinks, and dessert. You'll have opportunities to meet with emergency responders from the Winfield area, and we'll have lots of fun activities for the kids. This event is made possible by: Fraternal Order of Police - Lodge 38, RISE Cowley, William Newton Hospital, City-Cowley County Health Department, Potter Mower & Chain Saw Service, Rubbermaid, Save-A-Lot Winfield Kansas, Sonic Drive-In, KSOK Radio, The Wet Pet, Winfield Fire Department, Walmart Winfield - Pike Rd, Craig Reed - Farm Bureau Financial Services, Wendy's, and Dillons. #WCNO17

Join our friends at Winfield City Hall, 200 E. 9th Ave., for their customer appreciation days, October 4th through 6th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Interim Fire/EMS Chief Vincent Warren to be named as Permanent Fire/EMS Chief (Winfield, Kansas September 29, 2017) - City Manager Jeremy Willmoth is proud to announce the appointment of Vincent Warren as the new Fire/EMS Chief. He will be officially sworn in on Monday October 2, 2017 at the regular City Commission meeting. Vince was appointed to Interim Chief in June when then Fire/EMS Chief Alan Stoll retired. The City had twelve people apply for the position. After the applicants were ranked, the City interviewed the top six by a committee comprised of: Jeremy Willmoth (City Manager), Gary Mangus (Assistant to the City Manager), Jamie Chism (Human Resources Director), Gus Collins (former City Administrator and current Utilities Director), and Jim Woydziak (Fire Chief for Butler County Fire District #3). Warren has nineteen years in fire service, with fifteen years being with the City of Winfield. He began as a Firefighter/EMT and has been promoted during his tenure to be an Engineer and a Lieutenant before earning his current position as Fire Marshal. In addition to being Fire Marshal for the City of Winfield, he is a member of Task Force 5; the Haz-Mat Response Team for the State of Kansas; the Arson Strike Force for South Central Kansas; is a Fire Investigator II with the Kansas State Fire Marshal’s Offices; and, is a member of the Kansas Chapter of International Association of Arson Investigators. “Vince’s commitment and enthusiasm to public service, leadership skills and vision for the Department is a great asset to our mission of providing excellent fire and medical services to our community.” Interim Chief Warren stated, "I’m very grateful and honored for this opportunity to serve the City of Winfield and Fire District 7 as the Fire Chief. I look forward to serving this community and to the continued support of our Winfield Fire/EMS Department personnel.”