Ulysses Police Department

  • Agency: Ulysses Police Department
  • Address: 210 E Central Ave, Ulysses, 67880 KS
  • Chief: Alan Olson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-356-3500
Fax: 620-356-1038

Ulysses Police Department is located at 210 E Central Ave, Ulysses, 67880 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Alan Olson. The Ulysses Police Department phone number is 620-356-3500.

Ulysses Police Department News

**** WIN ME*** Support the Western Kansas Child Advocacy Center and win a 2017 Jeep Wrangler! Contact Detective Salinas for tickets or call the number on the flyer and ask for Vicki Hubin. This great organization is crucial in assisting with child crimes in our area.

Arrest made stemming from the lock downs of St. Catherine Hospital (Garden City) and Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital (Ulysses). No active shooter was found at either facility.

UPD would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween!!! We remind you to keep and eye out for all the little ghouls and goblins as you travel this afternoon and evening.

Let us know if you run across this trailer.

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If you see this suspect call 911 immediately.

The UPD has recently recovered a Bicycle in which we don't have an owner for. If you have lost your bike in the last few weeks please contact Sgt. Hernandez at (620)356-3500. If you can accurately describe the bike we will make sure it gets returned it to you!

Happy Independence Day! A friendly reminder that discharging fireworks within City Limits is permissible until Midnight tonight. Enjoy!

Unfortunately it would seem we need to repost this as a reminder. We are once again receiving unsavory messages, comments, and reviews related to this matter.

On behalf of all of the Officers at the UPD and the Grant County SO we would like to send out a huge thank you to Rene Fry and all her kids at her daycare. The cookies were awesome and we love the artwork. You guys are truly the reason we come out and do our jobs.

*** Update *** Thanks to the steady and hard work of road crews, Lineman, tow truck operators, emergency personal and various volunteers the town is beginning to look less like a disaster zone. Now moving into clean up. Please be patient with everyone today, they are probably just as tired and frustrated as you are!

Looks like we're in store for another round of snow tonight. Hear are some good driving tips from the Colorado State Patrol.

K-9 Keesha enjoying a little down time after work while playing in the snow with her Handler. Great Snowball snow!

Well it looks like Lady Winter has decided to take one last hoorah for the season. As of 10 minutes ago the Dodge City National Weather Service has placed our area in a winter storm warning. Due to the mixture of snow & wind this can make travel near impossible at times for both you and the emergency personal who have to come find you. We encourage everyone to limit travel during these times and make sure your prepared for power outages and bring your pets inside. City of Ulysses, Ulysses, Kansas, Ulysses Animal Shelter, Grant County Sheriff's Office (Kansas), US National Weather Service Dodge City Kansas, Grant County Public Works, Grant County Fire Department

Hope everyone is having a safe and Happy Easter!

Don't be that guy / gal. Make sure you drink responsibly!

Happy St. Patrick's Day. Enjoy the evening but do so responsibly!

Here's when we think it should be done. However don't forget to reset your clocks tonight anyway.

The Ulysses Police Department would like to take the time and thank the great customer service at Brown Dupree. This morning a few of our officers went to go have breakfast. A call came in and one of our officers had to go, leaving his breakfast after only taking a few bites. After finishing the call he returned to Brown Dupree to see his breakfast was gone. The employee of Brown Dupree (whos name will not be made public) had disposed of it and returned with a freshly cooked plate for the officer free of charge. Thank You Brown Dupree for your extraordinary customer service, and your support towards our Law Enforcement Officers.

In response to recent threats against our officers and outlandish accusations leveled against our agency, the Ulysses Police Department would like to remind the public that we were not involved in a recent incident concerning a pet deer that made national news. This incident occurred well outside our jurisdiction, and we have no knowledge of its particulars. Interested persons may contact the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism (http://ksoutdoors.com/), the law enforcement agency involved in this incident, for more information. The Ulysses Police Department will continue to strive, as always, to provide the utmost in professional police service to the residents of our community.