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 are ready for 4/20! 😉 On a serious note, we will be watching for impaired driving tomorrow, so please do not drive under the influence! #saynotodrugs #stonerpatrol

We are currently in a tornado watch until 9 pm. Please be alert for any changing weather conditions.

We had some awesome visitors from the Spring Hill United Methodist Community Preschool this morning! Thanks for coming to see us!

Since it is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, we wanted to say a special thanks to all of the dispatchers out there! We especially love our dispatchers at the Johnson County, KS Sheriff's Office, which dispatch for our agency. The people in communications do a great job and we are grateful for their service! Thank you dispatchers!

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Use caution if you are out and about!

Roads are slick!! We do not like this April fool's joke from mother nature! If you have to be out, please allow yourself extra time, take it slow and wear your seatbelt!

Have a great Easter Holiday everyone!

Last night, around 9:15 pm, officers responded to an injury accident at 169 Highway and 199th street. One person was transported to Overland Park Regional with injuries. The cause of the accident is under investigation. We are asking if anyone saw this accident to please call Corporal Sjorlund at 913-592-2700 with information.

Officer Sisson was able to help deliver Meals on Wheels yesterday! <3

Spring has sprung in Spring Hill!!! (Say that 3 times fast) 😂 Now that the weather outside is starting to get better, more pedestrians are out and about. Please make sure that if you are driving, you yield to a pedestrian entering or crossing in a crosswalk. Pedestrians, make sure that you don't dart out into traffic that would cause a hazard. Enjoy your Spring!

Have a great St. Patrick's Day! Remember, don't drink and drive!

We were honored to send two officers to Clinton Missouri to honor fallen officer Christopher Ryan Morton today. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Officer Morton's family and the Clinton Missouri Police Department.

How I feel when the internet doesn't work...... 😉

Due to the internet outage our phone lines are down. If you need police assistance, please call our dispatch center, the Johnson County Sheriff's Office at 913-782-0720. If you have a request for a report, please call our station Monday during regular business hours.

Did you know that tornado siren tests are done the first Wednesday of every month at 11am? Tests are only postponed if there is severe weather or the potential for severe weather in the area. Tornado sirens are meant to be a warning system for those that are outside to take shelter immediately. They are not meant to be a warning system for those indoors. With that in mind, please have multiple ways to get information in severe weather so that you and your loved ones are prepared. The police department is responsible for the maintenance of the sirens. If you notice they are malfunctioning please contact our office immediately.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Clinton Missouri Police Department as they lost another officer in the line of duty. 😢

Today kicks off Severe Weather Awareness Week! With severe weather season upon us, please be sure you have a plan on what to do if we get hit by a severe storm.

I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm ready for spring!

Don't forget to get your pet licensed! You can pick them up at City Hall.

We had a great time at our Coffee with a Cop event this morning! If you missed this one, we are having another one next month. Check out our event calendar. :-D

Please make sure you talk to your children about what to do if they are approached by a stranger! If you have any information on this case, or see the person and/or vehicle involved, please call Olathe Police!