Coffeyville Police Department

  • Agency: Coffeyville Police Department
  • Address: 1400 W. 4th Street, Coffeyville , 67337 KS
  • Chief: Joe Humble (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-252-6122
Fax: 620-252-6116

Coffeyville Police Department is located at 1400 W. 4th Street, Coffeyville , 67337 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Humble. The Coffeyville Police Department phone number is 620-252-6122.

Coffeyville Police Department News

Coffeyville Police Department is needing assistance. We need help identifying this subject. He is wanted for questioning in reference to a vehicle theft. The truck is a pewter color 2001 Chevy Silverado. If you know who it is or where abouts of him or the truck, please contact the Police Department. 620-252-6160

Officers have been out most of this morning investigating several vehicle burglaries in an area of the West side of Coffeyville (Wilshire to Cennintenial). We would like to remind everyone to be sure to lock your vehicles at night. Also if anyone in those areas have cameras, please check them for last night. If you see anything suspicious, please save the video and contact the Police Department.

Watch for the new work zone speed limit signs up on 11th street from Buckeye to west City limits. Drive safe!

COUNTERFEIT $50 BILLS IN COFFEYVILLE: Over the last few days multiple counterfeit $50 bills all with the same serial number have been passed in Coffeyville. We have two possible suspects identified in his case but they are still outstanding. Because this is an active investigation no names are being released at this time. They have been seen driving a 1994 Chevy pickup Maroon and silver in color with Kansas tags. The vehicle is wanted out of Wichita. Please be extra cautious when accepting any $50 bills in the area. If you have any further information on these cases please contact the Coffeyville Police Department.

On 10/14/2017 officers of the Coffeyville Police Department captured a 5 ½ Prairie Rattle Snake at 4th and Lee. Snakes of this type are not usually found in this area of the state. The snake was removed. Due to several citizens asking about the snake, Coffeyville Police Department and the Kansas Fish and Game did and investigation. The investigation did lead officers to a house on west 5th. The home is a rental and is used by out of state workers. At the house officers were granted access and did discover a holding box for snakes in the garage. Officers were informed the box had housed rattle snakes and one had escaped. The box was empty and a second snake had been disposed of. Officers did explain that even though the snake was not illegal to possess in Kansas with a valid hunting licenses at the time of capture. It was illegal to have in the City of Coffeyville there are ordinances against possessing venomous snakes. The individual was not aware of city ordinances and assured officers he would not bring anymore to the city.

Were needing your help again! If you recognize either of the men pictured below, please leave a comment, send us a message or call dispatch. You can always remain anonymous. These are suspects in a recent auto theft in Coffeyville. Mention case 17-9307.

We’ve got several reports today from local residents about receiving phone calls from the “National Police Association”. We have not confirmed the validity of this caller. We also do not receive donations from this organization. We will not call you asking for donations.

A good reminder from the Kansas Highway Patrol:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the officers, family members and community of Baxter Springs, KS as one of our brothers with the Baxter Springs Police Department was severely burned after responding to a domestic disturbance as a suspect poured an accelerant on him and another victim and lit them on fire. The Coffeyville, KS FOP Lodge #35 has made a monetary donation to the injured officers family to help cover expenses while they visit their loved one in the burn unit. We are also mourning for those killed in Las Vegas late last night/early this morning during the terrible shooting at a crowded concert. The death toll continues to rise and early reports show some off duty and on duty officers were a portion of these numbers. #Vegas your in our community’s thoughts and prayers as well.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Tonight around 6:00pm the Dalton Defenders will be practicing downtown for the upcoming reenactment. You may hear what sound like gunshots coming from the downtown area. We are aware of this and will be monitoring the event.

Public notice: At 10AM the refinery will be conducting a test of the emergency notification system. You may hear the sirens and loud speakers. THIS IS ONLY A TEST

The Coffeyville Police Department will conduct a DUI saturation patrol on Friday, September 29, from 11:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. During this time there will be additional officers patrolling within the city limits of Coffeyville. This saturation patrol is part of the Impaired Driving Deterrence Program coordinated by the Kansas Department of Transportation. The slogan for this campaign is “over the limit, under arrest.” CPD reminds all motorists to drive safely and to designate a driver if alcohol is consumed.

Thanks to Montgomery County Backs the Blue for the snacks yesterday. (Pictured here: CPD new hire Andrew Rexwinkle)

We wanted to say thank you to all the citizens, local churches and other small organizations that made us food, snacks, and thank you cards in remembrance of 9/11. Thank you all!🇺🇸

MGSO most wanted. If you have information on anyone listed here call the sheriffs office at (620) 330-1000

More scams in Coffeyville to be aware of: 1) Today a local resident received a call from a man claiming to be her grandson needing bail money. The money was to be sent via western union out of state. She kept receiving urgent calls from someone claiming to be a bail bondsman getting ready to loose his job if she didn't send funds immediately. This is a scam. Do not wire money to anyone until you have confirmed it is going to the person you intend it going to. 2) Our court clerk received notice earlier this week of another scam in Coffeyville. The subject was calling residents telling them they had a warrant for their arrest and if payment was not made immediately over the phone with a credit or debit card they would be taken straight to jail immediately. This is also a scam. If you have a warrant for your arrest we won't call you asking for money. You'll get a free ride to jail on us! 3) Dispatch got another call tonight from a resident in Coffeyville that received a call from "Coffeyville PD" asking for donations. This is also a scam. Coffeyville PD does not and will not call asking for donations of any kind. Please share these with you family especially the elderly that may not have access to Internet or our Facebook page. It seems that most of these scams are directed towards the elderly. If you hear of another scam comment below or give dispatch a call.