Abilene Police Department

  • Agency: Abilene Police Department
  • Address: 419 N. Broadway St, Abilene , 67410 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: 785-263-1213
Fax: 785-263-1523

Abilene Police Department is located at 419 N. Broadway St, Abilene , 67410 KS. The Abilene Police Department phone number is 785-263-1213.

Abilene Police Department News

Come and visit the Abilene Police Department at Trunk and Treat at Pizza Hut!

Officers are at Kennedy and McKinley School today for Halloween Safe Night. Officers are talking with students about safety tips for trick-or-treating tonight, and providing each student with a reflective bag and glow in the dark bracelet.

APD read a book and presented students at SonShine Pre-School with reflective Halloween bags and a safety talk for Police and Safety Week!

In an effort to assist individuals affected by the recent hurricanes, the Abilene Police Department is partnering with the non-profit program, Secure the Call, to host a phone drive. Secure the Call is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that has been in operation since 2003. Secure the Call works to collect used or unwanted cellular phones, tablets and phone chargers for re-distribution to individuals in need of a cellular phone. The cellular phones and chargers are given away free of charge and allow individuals to make emergency calls to local authorities. With the recent impact from Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, Secure the Call is needing an additional 5,000 cellular phones. Between October 23rd and November 20th, 2017, anyone wishing to donate a cellular phone and accompanying charging cord to the program can do so at the Abilene Police Department. For more information about the phone drive or Secure the Call, contact the Abilene Police Department or visit Secure the Call’s website, www.securethecall.org.

On Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Abilene Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to the Abilene Community Center at 1020 NW 8th Street, Abilene. (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, aerosols, only pills or patches.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

The Abilene Police Department is once again participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Drop off any unwanted or expired prescription medication at the Abilene Community Center between the hours of 10am and 2pm on October 28th, 2017.

The Abilene Police Department is attempting to identify the individual seen below in relation to a theft that occurred this afternoon. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Abilene Police Department at (785)263-1212 or Dickinson County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-5DK-TIPS.

Scam Alert: the Abilene Police Department has been made aware of a phone scam circulating in the community. The caller identifies themselves as a law enforcement officer, and claims that an arrest warrant has been issued for the recipient for failing to report for jury duty. In lieu of arrest, the caller directs the recipient to provide card information from a prepaid debit card purchased by the recipient. This is a scam. If you believe you may have been a target of this or any other scam, please contact the Abilene Police Department at (785)263-1213

The Abilene Police Department is attempting to identify the two males seen below. Subjects are wanted in connection with an attempted burglary that occurred earlier this date. Anyone with information is asked to call (785)263-1213, or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-5DK-TIPS.

Officer Kobiskie and Officer Landers delivering Meals on Wheels around town this morning.

Chief Mohn and Officer Huen participating in the Red Cross "Battle of the Badges" blood drive. #teamlaw

Give blood. Vote Police.

Make sure you stay hydrated today!

While fireworks sales in Abilene begin today, please remember that the discharge of fireworks is only permitted from July 1st to July 4th, between the hours of 8 am and midnight. Have a safe holiday!

From the Inbox: As I was taking my time to get to work this morning I saw a police officer kneeling down in front of a lady with a cane actually pulling weeds in her sidewalk. I think this act of compassion deserves to be known. He could have just driven on by and not offer a hand to her but he chose to stop and I'm sure in some way his act of kindness meant more to her then what he thinks it would.

Great job, Officer Williams!!

Officer Badalucco assisting a stranded motorist at 5th and Cedar Street. Please avoid this area as streets are impassable.

APD participated in the 2nd Annual Salina Guns and Hoses Golf Tournament over the weekend. A great organization for a great cause.

APD took in over 81 pounds of medication during our drug take-back event! Thanks to everyone who participated.

Clean out your medicine cabinets, it's that time of year again! The public is invited to drop off any unused, unwanted or expired medication at the Abilene Community Center from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, April 29th.

Shout-out to the Dickinson County Communications Center during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Thank you for all that you do!

Over the past few days, a group of individuals have been in Abilene conducting door-to-door sales for several satellite television companies. These individuals did take proper steps to obtain solicitors licensing from the City of Abilene. However, due to the amount of complaints and concerns we've received regarding these individuals, the City took steps this morning to revoke the group's solicitors licensing. If anyone residing inside the city limits of Abilene has contact with a sales person from this group, please contact the Abilene Police Department at 263-1212.

Future APD Officer Jalen Jones stopped by the police department today to express his appreciation. You'll make a great addition to the team someday, Jalen!!

Officer Kobiskie provided local seniors with information about current scams this afternoon at the Abilene Senior Center.