Prairie Village Police Department

  • Agency: Prairie Village Police Department
  • Address: 7710 Mission Road, Prairie Village, 66208 KS
  • Chief: Wes Jordan (Chief of Police)

Prairie Village Police Department is located at 7710 Mission Road, Prairie Village, 66208 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Wes Jordan. The Prairie Village Police Department phone number is 913-642-6868.

Prairie Village Police Department News

The Prairie Village Police Department will host another Coffee With A Cop event on Friday February 23, 2018. The event will be held from 7-9 AM at Starbuck's (6920 Mission Rd) in Prairie Village, KS. We look forward to speaking with the community tomorrow.

The Crime Watch Daily episode featuring the Marti Hill story will air tomorrow at 1 pm on Fox. That’s channel 4 locally. If you’re looking to watch outside the KC metro area, check out the link below.

Recruiting future Officers at UCM today and Ofc Van Cil is wishing you a happy Valentines Day!

Great Plains SPCA stopped by today for their Valentine’s Day tour. This is Animal Control Officer Blanchard & Wrigley, a blue heeler mix puppy. Wrigley and 20 other puppies will be available for adoption today at 4 pm (Merriam Campus). http://www.greatplainsspca.org

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Our recruiters are out at the University of Kansas Career Fair. We are currently taking applications. For more info or to apply go to www.pvkansas.com

The swearing in ceremony was completed yesterday for Officer Overesch, Officer Magin and Officer Madden. Thanks to all the family, friends and current staff for supporting our great team at the Prairie Village Police Department.

Its coming down pretty good at the moment, and the roads are starting to get slick. Our Public Works crews are on the way. If you can stay in for the time being, do so. If you have to be on the roads, please be mindful of the conditions...slow down and pay attention. Be safe!

A crew is here from Crime Watch Daily to film an episode on an attempted murder case from 2010. If you are not familiar with the Marti Hill case here is a link to a 48 Hours episode from 2013. https://youtu.be/zXeA8Kw4cEs

Fingerprinting services for the general public are back up and running. See our Records Unit in the PD lobby, or call 913-385-4625 for questions.

Sanitary sewer line improvements are scheduled to being tomorrow, February 1st, in the area of 95th and Roe. This will involved intermittent road closures along Roe. Full closures of the southbound lanes of Roe are allowed 24 hours a day during this project, but detour signs will be utilized. Occasionally, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM, the northbound lanes of Roe may also be closed, but detour signs will be utilized for this as well. Probably the easiest way to stay abreast of the current work and road closures is to use the website, which is updated each Monday morning: https://www.jocogov.org/dept/wastewater/engineering/public-projects/indian-creek-interceptor-2 The project has a milestone competition date of July 31st, 2018.

Friendly reminder: If you're going to warm up your car in the morning, please don't leave it unattended and/or unlocked. There was one stolen today in PV, and several in surrounding cities. We know it's cold out, but so do the thieves.

2018 Polar Plunge.

Check out this #throwbackthursday photo from 1966. Who can ID this classic patrol car, make/model?

The Prairie Village Police Department will participate in the 2018 Polar Plunge on January 27, 2018. The purpose of this great event is to help raise funds for Kansas Special Olympics. If interested, you can find more information at http://www.plungeks.org/

Noise Ordinance Information: Last night at City Council, the Governing Body discussed noise complaints and the Police Department’s response. As a reminder, pursuant to City Ordinance, loud noise is prohibited before 7:00 a.m. and after 10:00 p.m. on weekdays and before 8:00 a.m. and after midnight on weekends. This includes construction noise in neighborhoods. If you observe or hear a violation of this ordinance, feel free to call us, that is why we are here! You can call the Police Department at the non emergency number of 642-5151. Tell the Police Dispatcher the location of the violation and we will send an officer to the area.

Lunch With Law Enforcement! Thanks Briarwood Elementary for allowing us to come down and eat lunch with all of your AWESOME kiddos yesterday. PVPD had a great time speaking and eating with your students.

Thanks for including us in your birthday plans. Happy 5th Birthday Jack! 🎂

However you choose to celebrate tonight, please be safe. If you drink, don't drive. Nobody wants to start 2018 with a DUI, or worse. Also, it's ridiculously cold out, so listen to your mama and wear a coat!

The Prairie Village Police Department is currently accepting applications to fill a full-time dispatcher position. This job requires an employee to work rotating shifts that include nights, weekends, and holidays. The City offers an excellent benefit package and employer funded insurance plans. Additional benefit information can be found on the web site. Both men and woman are encouraged to apply. Police Dispatcher • Type:Full Time • Salary/Pay Rate: Dispatcher I $38,930 - $58,390, • Posted Date: 12/26/2017 Nature of Work: Responsible for assisting police officers in effectively protecting lives and property of Prairie Village and Mission Hills residents. As such, provides a communication link between public, other agencies and police. Work involves performing duties with high degree of independence and proper judgment. Responsibilities and Primary Duties/Functions: • Receive all incoming police and 911 telephone calls; dispatch emergency services to location; provide radio services as required. • Record data by typing in CAD (Computer-Aided Dispatch) system. • Complete various computer checks requested by officers and relay response information to requesting officer. • Maintain appropriate records and logs. • Enter, modify and remove warrants and wants in law enforcement computer system. • Monitor station alarms. • Utilize and maintain recording equipment. • Receive funds and process appropriate paperwork. • Assist citizens regarding a wide range of information services, complaint resolution, fees, questions about Police Department regulations, City and State laws, and related matters. • Notary Public duties. • Perform other related duties as required. • Monitor building security for Public Safety Center and Municipal Building. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Must be a U.S. citizen or have the legal right to work in the U.S. Some computer experience and the ability to type and multi-task. One year of emergency radio dispatch preferred, but not required. No felony convictions. Felony arrests and misdemeanor convictions will be subject to review if involving drug/alcohol violations, assault/battery violations, or any crime involving moral turpitude violations. Upon hire, must successful completion of the Communications Training Officer Program, demonstrating a degree of proficiency compatible with standards set for position. https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=cityofpv&jobId=178057&lang=en_US&source=CC2

***UPDATE*** The owner has been located and big guy is home safe and sound. We found this playful big guy at 72nd Street and Tomahawk just now. Please call dispatch at 913.642.5151 if he belongs to your family.

Holiday Tree Disposal Prairie Village residents have several options for live tree disposal. Republic Services will pick up live trees at the curbside for the first two weeks in January 2018. Trees taller than 6 feet must be cut in half prior to removal. The trees will be picked up with other compost/yard waste items on each resident’s typical trash pickup date. Additionally, the City sponsors a tree recycling program which runs from December 26 through January 21. Trees may be placed in designated areas of Porter, Franklin and Taliaferro Parks. Trees must be free of all lights, ornaments, stands, metal nails, etc. as these items will damage the chipping machine. Residents may take the chips for their own use.