Lansing Police Department

  • Agency: Lansing Police Department
  • Address: 800 1st Terrace, Lansing, 66043 KS
  • Chief: Steve Wayman (Chief of Police)
Phone: 913-727-3000
Fax: 913-727-5428

Lansing Police Department is located at 800 1st Terrace, Lansing, 66043 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve Wayman. The Lansing Police Department phone number is 913-727-3000.

Lansing Police Department News

Leavenworth Police are working a major accident at 20th and Eisenhower. Road is closed right now from the accident. Will be closed for some time.

The Lansing Police Department is currently working Two (2) injury accidents on Main Street. The first one is at Main and Fairlane and the second accident is at Main and Carol. Expect delays for the next 45 minutes to 1 hour in these areas.

The Lansing Police Department is considering changing its current uniform shoulder patch design. The current shoulder patch went into service with the police department in the mid to early 1990’s. The Lansing Police Department would like to have assistance from the Citizens of Lansing in designing a new shoulder patch for the police department. If anyone would like to submit a design to be considered we encourage you to do so. All designs submitted will be reviewed by a committee from the police department. Any designs that are derogatory or offensive in nature will automatically disqualified from consideration. Designs will be accepted from October 5th, 2017 thru January 5th, 2018. Designs can be mailed to: Lansing Police Department Patch Design 800 1st Terrace Lansing, Ks 66043 Or delivered to the above address Or email to wayman@lansing.ks.us

The Lansing Police Department is currently working a accident involving a vehicle into the side of a building at 504 North Main. The occupants have been taken to the hospital for evaluation

Sgt. Tom Reynolds, Officer Mike Heuer, and Officer Greg Rader have the honor of helping hold the American field flag at the Chiefs home game at Arrowhead today.

Tomorrow morning, Friday, at the intersection of N. Main and Eisenhower from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and tomorrow afternoon from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 P.M. there will be a private individuals taking cash donations for BIKERS FOR BABIES. They will be in bright colored shirts and in traffic. They will not be stopping traffic, but moving in and out of the traffic stopped at the traffic light.

Next Monday, the 18th of September, is the next Town Hall meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Lansing Community Center at 800 1st Terrace.

Drivers using DeSoto Rd/147th Street please be aware of this road work taking place this month.

From our friends at the Dept. of Corrections: Minimum Custody Escapee from Lansing Correctional Facility Apprehended At 10:54 this morning, minimum custody inmate James L. Stewart II was apprehended in Topeka. Stewart was apprehended by members of the U.S. Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force, which includes the Kansas Department of Corrections, the Shawnee County Sherriff’s Office, the Topeka Police Department and the U.S. Marshalls. Also assisting was the Shawnee County Sherriff’s Patrol Division and the Kansas Highway Patrol. Stewart was reported missing after he was seen departing the Lansing Correctional Facility at about 8:30 this morning in a 2008 Chevy Impala with a Kansas official state license plate. His custody level was minimum custody at the time of his departure from the facility.

We were just informed by LCF staff that the inmate has been recaptured and is in custody.

Fireworks show postponed and will now take place on Saturday night, July 1.

FYI... more information about Fireworks show soon...

More information on LCF situation: escaped prisoner being sought by law enforcement.

Currently we've received information about a possible escape from custody from Lansing Correctional Facility - inmate will be driving a silver Impala with State tags if anybody observes anything suspicious or a vehicle matching that description, please dial nine-one-one or contact local authorities . It'll be a white male - we will provide more information as it comes available.

The City of Lansing's Independence Day fireworks show is this Friday evening at KNB park on 4H Rd. After the fireworks are finished, Officers will be directing traffic at the intersection of DeSoto Rd and 4H Rd (4 way stop). An alternate route is to turn right out of the park and go west on Gilman Rd to 171st street (stop sign), take a right on 171st to Tonganoxie Rd (stop sign), continue North to Eisenhower Rd and turn right. There are no gravel road with this route. We anticipate a large turnout for this event and those wanting to avoid traffic may want to avoid going east out of the park. We work to keep the traffic flowing but it does take time to get the cars through that intersection and the park cleared out. Thank you for your understanding.

This morning Officer John Gable and myself participated in the Kansas Special Olympics torch run. The photo's are twenty years apart. It has been our honor to participate in the Torch run for 20 years.