Hays Police Department

  • Agency: Hays Police Department
  • Address: 105 W 12th St, Hays, 67601 KS
  • Chief: James Braun (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-625-1030
Fax: (785) 625-1077

Hays Police Department is located at 105 W 12th St, Hays, 67601 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is James Braun. The Hays Police Department phone number is 785-625-1030.

Hays Police Department News

Emergency crews are currently working an injury accident at I-70 and Vine. Please try to avoid the area.

The items have been returned to the owner. Thank you for your assistance! About 45 minutes ago a citizen dropped off a kit containing personal medical supplies. The kit was found laying in the roadway at 13th & Hall Streets this morning around 9:00 a.m. If you have lost your kit of personal medical supplies you can contact the Hays Police Dept. (785) 625-1030 or come to the PD 105 W. 12th Street and describe your kit and supplies to claim your property.

The Hays Police Department would like to thank the local Mothers Club and their children for their visit yesterday. Officers Stefan Gildemeister and Lacey Reifschneider provided them with a tour.

Welcome new officers Derick Nordell on the left and Donovan Richmeier on the right.

Go Trucks Go at south Main Street in Hays. Showing off a Hays PD Explorer and an Armored Vehicle. Viewing available until 7:00 pm tonight.

Since October 1st, the Hays Police Department has taken 32 vehicle burglary reports! This is far more than typical. PLEASE roll up your car windows, lock the doors, and take valuables inside. If you see a stranger looking in your car, don't confront him. Call 911, tell us what he is wearing and what direction he is walking. Help us stop these crimes!

Thank you to the Daugthers of the American Revolution for the goodies.

Cpl. David Gillian and Officer Stefan Gildemeister with Victor E. Tiger at the Fort Hays State University Homecoming Parade. Go Tigers!

Please be on the lookout for this missing elderly person. Thank you!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Texas Tech University Police Department and the Lubbock, Tx Community.

The Hays Police Department would like to thank Subway for donating sandwiches this weekend.

Sgt. Jason Boncznski dropped off some tailgating supplies for a group of Fort Hays State University students who were getting ready for the FHSU - Pitt State Homecoming game. Go Tigers! ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿป๐Ÿฏ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Fort Hays State University Homecoming Parade and the Tiger Marching Band! Great day to be in Hays, America. Go Tigers!

Oktoberfest 2017 - Take Safe Ride, call a taxi, message your favorite Uber driver, or walk, but donโ€™t drink and drive!

The subjects have been identified. Thank you for your assistance. Recent Vehicle Burglaries On 09/29/2017 and the days after several vehicle burglaries have been reported throughout the City of Hays. The Hays Police Department is seeking information in connection with these burglaries. A couple photographs showing people of interest have been included. The people of interest were in the area of a recent vehicle burglary and fled from police. If anyone knows any of these three individuals or has any information regarding the burglaries, please contact the Hays Police Department at 785-625-1030 and ask to speak with an investigator. In each case of these vehicle burglaries the vehicles were unlocked. As always the Hays Police Department strongly encourages everyone to keep their vehicles locked. Personal items should not be left in their vehicles. If there is property of value in a vehicle please keep it stored out of sight. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

The Hays Police Department is helping the Western Kansas Child Advocacy Center and has tickets for the jeep.

Congratulations to Chief Joni Showalter of the Goodland Police Department. Job well done! ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿป๐Ÿš”๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Officer Perez and Officer Gildemeister attended the FHSU Student Health & Wellness Fair on September 19th. They handed out pamphlets and pens, and students were able to try out the Fatal Vision goggles.

Due to the TMP-Marian High School Homecoming Parade, downtown Main Street parking will be unavailable today from noon until the parade has concluded. The intersection at 17th & Hall Street, as well as 17th Street from Hall Street to Main Street, will be closed at 5:30pm for approximately 30 minutes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.