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
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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

A shout out and Thank You to the kids from Little Tigers Daycare. They made a variety of great cookies in Honor of Police Week. It was enjoyed by alot of agencies during training this afternoon.

Officer Partida and Deputy Savolt enjoyed a little down time today while hanging out with the kids at Hickok School. Always fun being up at the schools with our next generation of community members!

K-9 Team Hampton and Keesha are back from another successful recertification and training seminar. Our K-9 Unit once again brought home the 1st place trophy for the Narcotics Division competing against several other agencies. Now they're ready to be back and serve the community of Ulysses for another year.

Ulysses residents: A rabid fox was located inside of city limits on the east side of town that bit a domesticated dog. Residents are being asked to take caution if they see or are around an animal that is not behaving in a normal manner. It is important that pets are up to date on all vaccinations. If you should encounter an animal that is acting in any way unusual, please call the Law Enforcement Center at 356-3500 to contact Animal Control. Thank you!

Today personal from the Ulysses Police Department and Grant County Sheriff's Office spoke with parents in front of Hickok School about safety belts. During these interactions a combined 25 to 30 seat belt or child restraint warnings were given. We remind everyone that Kansas does have a seat belt law. Let's keep our kids safe by making certain their secured before the vehicle begins to move. Remember Click it or Ticket!

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Today at approximately 2:30 p.m. an Officer responded to Sullivan School. The Officer got a report of a suspicious vehicle around the area. Upon further investigation by the Officer and the help of Sullivan School faculty everything appeared to be fine. Officers throughout the remainder of the day continued to patrol the area and had no contact with the suspicious vehicle that was described. Ladies and Gentleman it has been brought to our attention that students from Sullivan School are stating that there was an attempt of kid napping. We would like to inform you this is not true. If there is any suspicious activity or suspicious vehicle get the tag number of the vehicle and please contact the Grant County Law Enforcement Center immediately.

This vehicle was recovered.

Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad from the UPD!

Happy Thanksgiving from the UPD!

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.

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