Way to be a good sport Chief!! 😉😂
Spring Hill Police Department is located at 418 E. Nichols, Spring Hill, 66083 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Mann. The Spring Hill Police Department phone number is 913-592-2700.
Way to be a good sport Chief!! 😉😂
Merry Christmas to all!
Update: Subject was taken into custody without incident. Officers are on scene of a barricaded person in the 200 block of S. Jefferson with a subject believed to have a warrant. There is no threat to the public at this time. Please stay out of the area until the scene is clear. We will update this post when we have more information.
Here is a suspect from our recent Auto thefts/burglaries. If you recognize him or have any information, please call us immediately! As of today, we have recovered one of the vehicles involved and followed up on several leads. There is reason to believe they tried to hit us again last night but were unsuccessful. We cannot stress enough to secure your homes and vehicles as well as call us if you see anything suspicious! Update: The 2005 Toyota Corolla has been recovered as well.
Press release regarding the recent auto thefts and burglaries. If you have any information regarding these crimes, please call the police department immediately!
Anyone missing an emu? If so, it's at the glass plant.
Open house for those that are interested in a career in law enforcement. This is for youth ages 14 to 20 that have at least graduated eighth grade. Parents are welcome to attend.
Is your son or daughter interested in a career in law enforcement? The Spring Hill Police Department is hosting a open house tonight from 6:30 pm to 8pm for their Explorer program. Any youth age 14-20 that have at least graduated the 8th grade are eligable to attend. Meetings are held once a month at the police station and cover a wide variety of law enforcement topics. Participants even get to go on field trips to see behind the scenes of our job! Hope to see you tonight!
Hey parents! Here is an Elf on the Shelf idea for you! #dontforgettomovetheelf #csi
I for one, would LOVE to see our Chief dumped in ice water! Please, please, PLEASE donate to this wonderful cause!
Update: vehicle has been recovered and one person is in custody at this time. We are still looking for information regarding this theft. We are seeking information regarding a stolen truck at Casey's this morning. The truck is a silver 2007 Chevy Silverado extended cab 4X4. It has a black tool box in the bed and some rust around the wheel wells. The man pictured below is wanted for questioning regarding this matter. He is in the company of a white male and white female, also driving a black pickup truck. If you have any information, please call the police department at 913-592-2700.
Update to AGC Glass Plant incident today.
First responders on are on scene at AGC Glass at 20400 Webster in Spring Hill. A call came out regarding issues with one of the furnaces. People are still being evacuated and no major injuries reported at this time. We will put out more information as it comes available.
We will be participating in this campaign as well. Please have a safe holiday weekend. Remember to buckle up and NEVER drive impaired!
Chief Mann and Detective Rogers used their lunch break to donate blood today. Come down to the American Red Cross blood drive at 613 S Race until 6pm tonight.
Come see us at the Community Center from 2pm until 6pm for the American Red Cross blood drive! All blood types are needed!
Come see us tomorrow at the Community Center (613 S. Race) for the American Red Cross blood drive. Many types of blood are needed to save lives in our community! If you are afraid of needles you are not alone, some of our officers are too! These tips below will help you with your fear. Plus, we will have officers there to hold your hand if you need it! <3
Slots are still available for November 15th's blood drive! We will be at 613 S. Race from 2pm to 6pm.
Happy Vetrans Day! To all those that served, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your sacrafices and service! A special shout out to the Vetrans in our agency: Chief Richard Mann, United States Marine Corps Corporal Jese Sjorlund, United States Army Officer John Williams, United States Air Force Officer John Merriman, United States Army and United States Air Force
This week, officers had range training during the dark hours. Training like this is done to ensure firearms proficiency during realistic scenarios. Everyone did a great job and had fun while doing it!
We had the pleasure of receiving some goodies from a local church over the weekend with some thank you cards written by their younger parishioners. A couple of the cards made us chuckle! Thanks for the goodies and cards, they made our day! #thethingskidssay
Deer season is upon us which means accidents involving deer are at their highest. According to the Kansas Department of Transportation, in 2016 Johnson County is third highest county in the state when it comes to deer vs. vehicle crashes. Miami County is close behind, as the eighth. Tips for avoiding deer crashes: Make sure your seat belt is on and you are not fatigued or under the influence. Don’t be distracted in the car. Cell phones, food and other issues can keep you from seeing a deer until it’s too late. While most deer are active from 6pm to 9pm, they can be on the road at any time day or night. They also travel in groups, so if you see one cross the road there is a good chance one or more will cross too. Be sure to be aware of posted deer signs. These signs help indicate that there the population of deer is more active. Always be scanning the sides of the road and have your headlights on high when possible. Attempting to swerve out of the way could cause you to lose control, roll your vehicle, or cause a head on collision with an oncoming vehicle. The best thing to do is apply the brakes and remain in your lane. If you are involved in an accident with a deer, make sure everyone is ok and your vehicle is off the roadway. Call the local law enforcement agency where the crash occurred to make a report.