Basehor Police Department

  • Agency: Basehor Police Department
  • Address: 2620 N. 155th, Basehor , 66007 KS
  • Chief: Lloyd Martley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 913-724-1370
Fax: 913-724-3102

Basehor Police Department is located at 2620 N. 155th, Basehor , 66007 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Lloyd Martley. The Basehor Police Department phone number is 913-724-1370.

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Job Opening: Animal Control Officer (Part Time)

Drive a little slower on this Christmas Eve as you embark on your travels. You will wake up to some white stuff in your yard, it started snowing at 245. Thank you! Have a great Holiday!

On November 12 at approximately 2359 hours, an aggravated robbery occurred at Casey's General Store in Basehor . The suspect brandished, what is believed to be, a MAC-10/MAC-11 variant firearm. The suspect was observed wearing a mask on his face, a black hooded sweatshirt, jeans with small tears on the front and black shoes with shite soles. The suspect also wore gloves with red trim. The suspect was driving a green Nissan Altima with a spoiler. There was an individual in the vehicle at the time of the robbery who hid in the back seat. The identity of these suspects remains unknown at this time. If you know, or may know who one or both of these individuals are, please contact Detective/Sergeant Duvall at, or phone the Basehor Police Department at 913-724-3397.

Strict seatbelt enforcement to save lives Beginning October 30 through November 3, Basehor Police Department will join other Kansas law enforcement agencies to stop what has been likened to an epidemic in Kansas. In 2016, 44 children ages 0-19 lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas. Sadly, almost half of those children were not wearing their seat belts. In the health field, they talk about making sure children have received their immunizations to prevent deadly diseases. However, many parents don’t think that wearing a seatbelt properly is the best prevention of serious injury or death in a vehicle. According to the 2017 Kansas observational seatbelt survey, children are much more likely to be buckled up if the driver is wearing their seatbelt. If the driver is buckled, about 98% of the children are restrained. If the driver is not buckled, only about 29% of the observed children were buckled. We want adults to model good driving behaviors for children. Starting October 30 through November 3, law enforcement across Kansas will be extra-vigilant when patrolling around schools. For more than 20 years, officers have educated and warned drivers and passengers regarding the importance of using seatbelts while in their vehicle. There should be no surprises when it comes to this enforcement effort. Officers will issue citations to anyone who does not obey Kansas law. Even one child’s death is unacceptable. Please slow down, especially in school zones, eliminate the distractions, and always buckle up. Sincerely, Lloyd Martley, Chief of Police For the latest data and to see more about Kansas safety belt laws, go to:

You Drink. You Drive. You Lose. Be warned that during the period, August 17 through Labor Day, September 4, Basehor Police Department will join 150 other local and state police agencies across the state in a crackdown aimed at removing drunk, drugged, and other dangerous drivers from the roadways. Kansas averages three persons injured every day, and one person killed every three days, in crashes where at least one of the drivers involved is impaired by alcohol and/or another drug. According to KDOT, between 22% and 35% of all crashes with fatalities are attributable to alcohol or drug impairment. You Drink. You Drive. You Lose. Campaign is intended to remind drivers of several things: 1. If you’re going to drink while away from home, do it responsibly by planning ahead and lining up a designated driver before leaving home. 2. Think of a family you know – maybe your own. Now, consider how it would be to wake up every day to the memory of your decision to drive after drinking – a decision which unintentionally brought injury or death to one of them. 3. Even if you appear to be driving well enough to get by, you may still be pulled over for another traffic offences. If this happens and the officer detects alcohol you will be tested. If you fail the testing process you’re looking at a fine of $500-$2,500; up to one year in jail; the suspension of your driver’s license; increased insurance premiums; and the purchase and installation of an ignition interlock device in your car. Add in an attorney’s fees and you may tie up $13,000 or more before all is said and done. Don’t take the chance; it’s not worth it. 4. We are asking all citizens on the roadways – drivers and passengers – to watch for suspicious driving behaviors. Note the location, a description of the suspect vehicle, along with its direction of travel, and call 911 as soon as it’s safe to do so. You may save a life. 5. You can count on this department to vigorously enforce impaired driving and other traffic laws, not just during this campaign, but all year long. 6. Always remember that the best protection against a drunk driver (even when it’s yourself) is the use of seat belts and appropriate child restraints – every trip, every time. Restraints save lives and reduce injury severity. Sincerely, Lloyd Martley, Chief of Police

With the weather clear outside, please ensure to lock your vehicles and personal belongings and as always have a great day and enjoy the clear skies! We have received multiple messages on Facebook for assistance and/or suspicious activity in the past. Please report any suspicious activity or requests for service directly to dispatch to ensure quick response. 913-724-1313 If you have an emergency dial 911. Thank you!

Happy Independence Day!

The brush dump at the treatment plant will be open today and tomorrow.

The City of Basehor is currently searching for highly motivated individuals to fill open Police Officer positions. The Basehor Police Department consists of 12 sworn Officers and Uniformed Patrol work 4-10 hour shifts each week. Duties include responding to general public calls for service, investigating both misdemeanor and felony complaints, enforcing municipal, state and federal laws as well as traffic ordinances. An officer must be able to maintain positive working relationships with our citizens as well as actively striving to promote police/community relations. Qualified applicants should also possess above average writing and verbal skills. State certified officers are preferred, but Police Academy Training will be provided in its absence. All uniforms and equipment are provided, along with a generous benefit package. Pay for the starting Police Officer position is $17.03 per hour ($35,422.40 annually). Additional compensation will be considered depending on qualifications. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens that are at least 21 years of age, must possess a valid driver's license, must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Applicants would be required to pass a written test and an oral interview board. Final candidates will be required to pass an extensive background investigation. A conditional post job offer requires the applicant pass a psychological evaluation, physical and drug test. Certified Law Enforcement applicants must not have any Brady/Giglio material in background to be eligible for hiring. Application packets may be picked up in person at the Basehor Police Department located at 2620 N. 155th St., Basehor, KS 66007 during regular office hours Monday-Friday 8:00 - 4:30 or they may be obtained on the City of Basehor website No on-line applications will be accepted for this hiring process. If you should have any questions you can call the police department directly at 913-724-3397 to speak with Capt. Pierce.

The Basehor Police Department would like to thank the Kansas Highway Patrol, The Bonner Springs Police Department, The Edwardsville Kansas Police Department, The Kansas City Kansas Police Department - KCKPD, The @leavenworthcountysheriff's Department, Fairmount Township Fire Dept, and Leavenworth County EMS for their support and assistance with the funeral escort this morning for a very nice young man from Basehor. It was a very touching tribute to a very nice kid, that we all loved. We are grateful to have had an opportunity to know him. You will be missed buddy.

Found today at 155th and Poplar in Basehor. Basehor Kansas Animal Control

Shawnee Police and the KC Metro Squad are looking for this suspect in a Shawnee homicide.

Our prayers go out to the entire Kansas City Police Department and the fallen Detective and his family.

Who am I? I was found at 156th and Leavenworth Road. I'm friendly and my hobbies include long walks and passing gas in police cars.

Leavenworth County EMS is up and running in the City of Basehor. And they were only in the bay for 17 minutes before first call.