Spring Hill Police Department

  • Agency: Spring Hill Police Department
  • Address: 418 E. Nichols, Spring Hill, 66083 KS
  • Chief: Richard Mann (Chief of Police)
Phone: 913-592-2700
Fax: (913) 592-2746

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.

Spring Hill Police Department News

We've got some new stickers on our patrol vehicles! #breastcancerawareness #pinktober

Officers are on scene of an aggravated battery in the area of Millridge and Hale Streets in the Meadows Subdivision. One person was transported to a local hospital for their injuries and the suspect is currently in custody. Please stay away from the area until the scene is cleared.

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This dog was just brought into our station. She has a collar but no tags. Please call us if you know who the owners are.

During the overnight hours of September 22nd, someone broke into a shed and vehicle in the 300 block of North Webster and stole multiple items, including tools which the owner uses for work. If anyone saw anything during this time, or have any information please call the station at 913-592-2700.

Update: Times will be from approximately 12 to 12:30 pm. Please be aware that there will be a large funeral procession starting from the 19400 block of US 169 Hwy to 199th and Webster to the Spring Hill Cemetary around 11 or 11:30am this morning. Expect traffic delays and remember to pull over until the procession has passed.

What a nice day for a hot air balloon ride!

**Update** The driver inlvoved is David Furnas of Olathe Kansas. We are currently working a one vehicle rollover injury accident on 169 Hwy and 215th Streets. The driver was taken to an area hospital to be treated for his injuries. His condition is not know at this time. His name will be released at a later time. The investigation is ongoing. Until emergency crews are finished, please avoid this area.

Did you know that Johnson County Sheriff’s Department serves as our department’s dispatch service? After hours, our non-emergency number goes to their dispatch center. From there, they get the needed information and can send an officer to your location. Our normal office business hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Our front office handles such things as report requests as well as fingerprint and child safety seat appointments. Our officers are on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If we are not at the station, please call our non-emergency number 592-2700 and we can be dispatched to your location or answer your question over the phone.

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Reports of flooding are occurring around the area. If you see the road covered with water, remember to TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN. Flooding conditions can change in a matter of seconds, so please have alternate plans for your destination ready. Please be safe.

We are ready for the eclipse! 😎 #eclipse2017

Welcome to the Spring Hill School District Deputy Pechnik!!

Spring Hill Citizen Michele Waltrip caught this awesome picture and let us share it! Great eye Michele!

A few reminders for the first day of school: If your child is walking or riding their bike to school, please go over safety with them. Make sure they know to look both ways before they cross the street, know hand signals and how to use the crosswalk. Please be aware of the school zone speed limits, do not pass a bus with the stop sign out and stop for people in the cross walks. Officers will be strictly enforcing these issues, so please make sure that you are paying attention and following the law. Have a great first day of school!

Yesterday, Chief Mann and Assistant Chief Holmes promoted Officer Sjorlund to the rank of Corporal. Officer Sjorlund has been with the department since 2014. Besides serving as a patrol officer, Officer Sjorlund is a motor carrier inspector (CVSA), field training officer and child passenger safety technician. If you happen to see Corporal Sjorlund, make sure you congratulate him!

We recently were awarded our certificate as the first agency in the state that met the requirements for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Missing Kids Readiness Project at a city council meeting. As a member in this program, our department is committed to helping people protect their children from all kinds of threats in today’s world. One helpful phone app that we recommend you download is Safety Central. This helpful app serves as an identa-kid for your children, a resource for internet safety and emergency preparedness to name a few, so check it out! http://www.missingkids.org/safety

Say hello to our two new patrol officers, John Merriman and Austin Ashe. They were sworn in today and head to the police academy Monday. If you see them out and about, be sure you welcome them to Spring Hill!