Herington Police Department

  • Agency: Herington Police Department
  • Address: 700 S Broadway St, Herington, 67449 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: 785-258-2226
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Herington Police Department is located at 700 S Broadway St, Herington, 67449 KS. The Herington Police Department phone number is 785-258-2226.

Herington Police Department News

It's supposed to be 99°F tomorrow. Please make sure everyone is drinking water and keep an eye on the kiddos and pets. If you are doing yard work, it's recommended you start earlier in the day. For those of you working outside most of the day, try and implement a work/rest cycle. And remember......Stay classy Herington.

Please come and visit with us for the first annual coffee with a cop. Hope to see you there.

Thank you so much to the families and friends who visited our local lakes this past weekend. All of the contacts our officers made were friendly, enjoyable, and most of all problem free. We look forward to next year!

So tonight I was minding my own business patrolling traffic when I was flagged down by a very embarrased and semi worried young lady. Mrs. Parker asked me if I had a handcuff key that she could use. With a very puzzled look on my face, she explained to me that she had been messing around with someone else's novelty handcuffs and could not find the key to release them. After some very hard laughs and the threat of possibly having to cut the handcuff off of her wrist, the key was located and she was released.

Sometimes you just have to rescue possums. Just sayin...

Riley County. Hilarious.

The face you make when you don’t do the #9PMRoutine. 🐈 Secure your valuables from your car. 🐈 Lock your vehicle. 🐈 Lock your house doors. 🐈 Turn on an outside light. 🦁 #9PMRoutine complete! Let’s get it tonight, Herington!

Please remember the ones that have given the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe. The Herington Police Department would like to thank our community for your continued support.

In honor of National Police Week. We would like to thank all the officers that serve and have served our great community. We would also like to thank all the fallen officers who gave there life’s in the line of duty to protect others.”Police officers put the badge on every morning, not knowing for sure if they’ll come home at night to take it off.”

Let’s get it tonight, Herington! You know the deal... #9PMRoutine

Thank you, Moms! Also, that pile of doughnuts though.....

Happy Mother's Day, Herington!

Ran into these two jive turkeys while out on patrol this morning. They got a little mouthy when they were told they were trespassing. We worked it out though...

It’s about community and help. If you need help...seek it. We are always much stronger together.

It’s almost time. Holy #9PMRoutine, Herington! 🦇 Bring in your valuables. 🦇 Lock your car. 🦇 Lock your house. 🦇 Turn on an outside light.

You know what day it is, Herington. You know. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Herington residents please be vigilant ! This syringe is not the first that we've recovered off the streets where children play! Please take the time to teach our future generations the dangers of finding these on the streets. These are dirty used syringes which can transmit dangerous and deadly diseases. It takes mere minutes out of your day and it could potentially save a life! If you see something, say something! Any suspicious activity or if you see someone littering a possible syringe please call so we can stop this from happening! P.S. if you've lost your Meth please call the Herington Police Department so we can get it back to its rightful owner!

Meth truly is a community disease. We’ve said it before, drugs ruin communities. We’ve also said we weren’t going to stop until it’s gone. It will not ruin ours. If you see something say something. Let’s keep it up!

On April 11th the Herington Police Department executed a search warrant at 17 S. B Street. This search warrant led to five arrests, various drug related charges, and ultimately more drugs off of our streets. Drugs ruin communities...it's just that simple. The Officers at HPD want our community to be a thriving and safe place to live. All of us deserve that and we will not stop working to that end. Keep engaging us when you see us. If you see something say something. Stay safe, Herington! P.S. Buckle your seat belts...just sayin.

It’s almost that time, Herington! It’s about time to get you some of that extra good, mighty fine, tasty #9PMRoutine. ✔️Secure Valuables from you car! ✔️Lock your vehicle! ✔️Lock your house doors! ✔️Flip on an outside light! 🦖 The Dino emoji is just for me because I like it. But the TRex would want you to do the 9 PM routine as well....just sayin.

Having a solid plan is a great way to start getting ready for the tornado season. Let’s all stay safe, Herington!

For real though...please be safe, Herington!

Be aware today, Herington. Stay safe everyone.

Be careful out there tonight, Herington. Let’s all make sure we stay safe.

Hey Herington! We have been getting reports of phone scams targeting folks around town and we wanted to let you know about it. We also wanted to give you some tips and a resource to help you. 1. Don’t send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request — whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email. 2. Do online searches. You can even search for phone numbers to see if other people have reported them as scams. 3. Don’t pay upfront for a promise. Someone might ask you to pay in advance for things like debt relief, credit and loan offers, mortgage assistance, or a job. They might even say you’ve won a prize, but first you have to pay taxes or fees. If you do, they will probably take the money and disappear. 4. If it sounds too good to be true chances are it is. Especially if you "have been selected to win" a contest you have never signed up for. Other tips can be found here: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0060-10-things-you-can-do-avoid-fraud You can also report it to your local police or to the FTC here: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1 Don't be taken in and lets all keep an eye out for each other! Team work makes the dream work!!