Seneca Police Department

  • Agency: Seneca Police Department
  • Address: 212 N 6th St, Seneca, 66538 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: 785-336-2141
Fax: 785-336-2788

Seneca Police Department is located at 212 N 6th St, Seneca, 66538 KS. The Seneca Police Department phone number is 785-336-2141.

Seneca Police Department News

Officer Grimm and Chief Weaver visited Nemaha Central 8th graders today to speak with the students about how the understanding the Bill of Rights is still important in the modern world today, and how it affects Law Enforcement. Thank you students for your time and participation today!

Update she has been found****** Attempt to Locate: Samantha Ogden Last seen wearing jeans and a pink t-shirt. If you or anyone you know who has information of where Samantha is please contact the Seneca Police Department at 336-2141.

The city has now put their Municipal Code online so its easier to access.

Please Share and get the word out Yesterday a elderly woman was hit by someone on a bicycle as she was exiting a store on main street. There is a city ordinance that states between 3rd St. and 6th St. you can not ride a bicycle on Main St. whether on the sidewalk or not. Please share and talk to your children and make sure when they come up to Main St. that they get off and walk their bicycle to the store they are going to.

Found near highway 36 and 3rd st. Contact seneca pd 336 2141 if you know who it belongs to

Found dog if you are the owner or know the owner please contact the Seneca Police Department 336 2141

Recently, you may have seen myself or another city officer out of our vehicles with a big yellow stick, as we have been measuring the limbs of the trees. There is a city ordinance on how low the limbs a tree can hang over the streets and sidewalks. City Ordinance Chapter 12.36 states: “It shall be the duty of the owner or agent of real estate in the city abutting upon a public way to keep all private trees located on and all street trees adjacent to such real estate properly trimmed in a manner that they will not interfere with public travel upon the public way. Such trimming shall be done properly and scientifically by a person familiar with the proper manner of doing such work, except as allowed by section 12.36.310. Any part of a street tree or private tree projecting over a street or alley that: 1. Hangs or protrudes less than 14 feet above street level. 2. Any part of the tree projecting over a sidewalk less than 8 feet above sidewalk level. 2. Interferes with the visibility of any traffic control devices or sign. 3. Obstructs the light from any street lamp 4. Violates the city’s clear sight ordinance.” Under the same chapter it explains that it’s the duty of the owner to remove dead trees, limbs and shrubs. The ordinance also tells the steps you would need to take cut down a live tree. For instance, if the live tree happens to be a street tree, you need to notify the city public officer (Chief of Police) in advance of trimming the tree. We will be measuring trees for the next week or so and will be notifying the land owners if there is a tree or trees that needs to be trimmed. Once the owner has been notified they will be allowed a reasonable period of time agreed upon by the owner and Public Officer to get the tree trimmed. If the owner has not trimmed the trees by agreed upon time frame the owner may face prosecution. the public Officer may also declare and emergency abatement if the tree is not trimmed. This means if the owner of the tree does not take action right away the Public Officer can have the tree trimmed or cut down and any costs incurred will be assessed to the owner of the tree. As always, if you have any questions or want us to come measure a tree that you think might need trimmed, you can contact the Police Department at 336-2141.

Someone left their bicycle up a the tennis courts last night. If you or know someone who is looking for their bicycle. We have it at the office as long as they provide a description to claim it.

Starting Tomorrow June 27th Fireworks City Ordinance 7.36.040 It is unlawful to discharge, use, shoot, set-off, explode, or cause to be exploded within the corporate limits of the City of Seneca, Kansas, any fireworks or explosives: 1. Except Class C fireworks ( Common Fireworks) 2. Within 1,000 feet of any hospital 3. between the hours of 11 PM and 8 AM 4. only during the date of June 27th to July 5th 5. In close proximity to any person or persons. 6. From any motor vehicle whether moving or standing still. 7. On a public roadway or any other public property.

Over the weekend we had some things taken at our local pool. Here are some ways to prevent this from happening to protect yourself from being taken advantage of while enjoying your time at the pool.

Thank you to all the men and women who are serving today and to all that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

A business here in town notified me that they had received some counterfeit money. Any business or individual that sells things on Swap and Talk for instance should take a look just in case. Below is a link to help you know what to look for.

On 05/11/2017 around 07:00 two individuals a white male and black male tried to take the coin machine from Keith's Car wash they damaged the business In the process. Below is a picture of the vehicle they were driving. If you know who theses individuals are or have information please contact the Seneca Police Department at 785-336-2141. Thank you

I had a citizen ask me today how they could help the Cross family. Here is a fund me page set up for them.

Officer Blevins spoke to the students at NCEMS this morning about bicycle safety. Thank you for once again letting the Seneca Police Department the opportunity to speak to the city's youth. Stay safe this summer!

This Truck was taken from Honeyman Ford on 4/12/2017. If you have any information on who may have taken it or where it is located please contact the Seneca Police Department at 785-336-2141.

On 3/5/2017 The Seneca Police Department after an investigation obtained and executed a search Warrant at a residence on the 800 block of Amador Street here in Seneca. One adult male was taken into custody and taken to the Nemaha County Jail. James Mengert, 59, was charged with possession of Marijuana, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a prescription only drug.

I would like to thank the SPPS school for allowing Officer Grimm to give a bicycle safety presentation to the students today. The Seneca Police Department will continue to do programs like this to help inform youth and to keep our community safe.

Beginning February 20 thru March 05, The Seneca Police Department will join other Law Enforcement agencies in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years. In 2015, 13 teens lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas; 40% of those teens were NOT PROPERLY RESTRAINED. In an effort to change this trend, law enforcement across the tristate area will be extra-vigilant when patrolling around schools. For more than thirty years, officers have educated and warned passengers and drivers regarding the importance of using restraints while in their vehicle. There should be no surprises when it comes to this enforcement effort. Officers will issue citations to any individual who refuses to obey the traffic laws, whether it is speeding, texting or failing to buckle up. “Even one teen death is unacceptable. Please slow down, put the phone away or turn it off, and always buckle up.” Chief Jordan Weaver

This dog was found at McDonalds if you are or know the owner please contact the Seneca PD 336-2141

This dog was found out at the spring creek golf course it is a female grey and white. If you are or know who the owner is have them contact the Seneca Police Department 336 2141