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

Please contact our agency if you live in the area and have any information which could assist with our investigation.

PVPD sending our thoughts and prayers to the Wyandotte County Sheriffs Deputies.

PVPD sending our thoughts and prayers to the Wyandotte County Sheriffs Deputies.

Summer Camp Secret Agent Training. Our SRO's were provided a great opportunity to teach the kiddos about law enforcement during summer camp. Good time with the kiddos building positive relationships.

Power outage in Mission Hills due to a downed tree. KCP&L has been notified and they're on the way.

Power outage in Mission Hills due to a downed tree. KCP&L has been notified and they're on the way.

PVPD will host our next Coffee with a Cop at Hattie’s Fine Coffee in Corinth Square (4195 Somerset Dr) on Friday June 22, 2018 from 8-10 am. Come out and speak with our officers and enjoy a free cup of coffee. ☕️🚔

We just cleared a roll over accident in the 3400 blk of 71st St. The vehicle fled from a traffic stop and speed was definitely a factor. All occupants are accounted for and miraculously, no one was seriously injured.

Chris Moore, state director for LETR and John Lair, President/CEO for Special Olympics of KS, and Adam Taylor, Metro Coordinator for LETR, spending the weekend at Summer Games with our athletes. Great partnership and a lot of great memories!! #summergamesks #partnership #LETR

Chief Richard LaMunyon, founder of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, and Sgt Taylor spending the weekend with Special Olympics athletes!! #summergamesks #LETR

Officers handing out medals at Summer Games in Maize, KS for 1337 Special Olympic athletes #specialolympicsks #Awareness #summergamesks

Come and meet our friends at the firehouse. Donations made benefit great foundations which are utilized by both the PD and FD throughout the year!

‪Lemonade stand visit today. Cool drink on a steamy day!🌞‬

In the early morning hours of 05/31, our officers contacted a male subject walking in the neighborhoods near 80th and Nall Ave. It was determined the subject had entered unlocked vehicles in the area and he was later arrested. Most of the items in his possession were returned to their owners, however, we still have these items which are unaccounted for. If you recognize any of these items please contact us at #913-642-6868 so we can return them to you!

Another #LawEnforcementTorchRun in the books. PVPD officers joined others from around the state to raise money for KS Special Olympics athletes. It was a hot one but well worth it! Check out the link for photos. #SOKS #LETR2018 https://kelseyhouchenphotography.pixieset.com/torchrun2018/

Today we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving this great nation. Thank you. 🇺🇸

Thanks for helping our officers beat the heat! Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend!

‪Handing out Kansas City Royals cards to students at Belinder Elementary this morning. #Lastday #Royals‬

UPDATE: On PV case involving man chasing child from Porter Park to Blue Moose. The Police Dept has concluded its investigation and made an arrest of the adult male involved with this incident. The Police Dept wants the citizens to know that our investigation does not lead us to conclude that the person arrested was watching children in the park. Our investigation did reveal that the incident albeit improper and unfortunate was more of a result of a bad decision made by the adult after reacting to his property being photographed. The Prairie Village Police Department wants to remind our citizens that they can help keep our streets and parks safe for all to enjoy by remembering this phrase “ SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING”. Report any suspicious persons or activity to the Police Department so we can investigate it for you. Be Safe and Have a Great Summer in the Village

Officers just received new Royals baseball cards to hand out. Find an officer and get some before they run out! #Royals

Congratulations to Captain Daniel Stewart as he was promoted to Staff Services Division Commander on Friday. Thanks to all who were able to attend and celebrate this accomplishment with Captain Stewart.

This little girl was found near 71st and Roe. Contact us if you know who she belongs to. 913-642-5151.

From May 21 thru June 3 the Prairie Village Police Department will be joining other area law enforcement agencies in the Click it or Ticket campaign. Please wear your seatbelt whenever you are driving. Officers will be out in force looking for seatbelt violations.

Thanks to Overland Park Funeral Chapel for dropping off goodies for National Police Week!

The Prairie Village Police Department had its Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony this morning with a few of the Officer's. We are lucky to have so many willing to serve in this great community. #traditionofservice #lawenforcementmemorial #prairievillagepolice