Norton Police Department

  • Agency: Norton Police Department
  • Address: 301 E Washington St # 3, Norton, 67654 KS
  • Chief: Pat Morel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-877-5010
Fax: (785)877-5095

Norton Police Department is located at 301 E Washington St # 3, Norton, 67654 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Pat Morel. The Norton Police Department phone number is 785-877-5010.

Norton Police Department News

This box and it's contents were found and turned in by a citizen. If it is yours please come to the police department and describe what it contains and we will be happy to return your property!

We will be providing extra patrol to the community tonight and would like to remind everyone to have a safe and happy Halloween! Please review the following safety tips!

Raffle tickets are $100.00 a piece and can be purchased at the Norton Police Department Monday-Friday during normal business hours until December 1, 2017.

The Norton Police Department would like to alert our citizen’s to an ongoing phone scam. Persons have been receiving telephone calls from individuals identifying themselves as either officers of the City of Norton Police Department or the Shawnee County Kansas Sheriff’s Office. The callers then tell the person they have missed Jury Duty and a warrant has been issued for their arrest. In order to not have officers respond to their residence and arrest them they are willing to allow them to post a bond by telephone. Usually in the amount of $1,000 or as much as $1,800. The individual is then instructed to go to a store, bank, or other financial institution and load the requested amount onto a money card. Once this is done they are instructed to call back and provide the security code to the “Officer” so the money can be transferred to another card. THIS ENTIRE TRANSACTION IS A FINANCIAL SCAM. Neither the Norton Police Department nor any recognized law enforcement agency will ever conduct business in this manner. The Norton Police would like to remind everyone to never provide personal or financial information or agree to provide anyone money by telephone. This includes transfers from one bank card, debit card, or money card to another card. If you ever have a question over a telephone call of this nature ask the individual for a call back number and name. Then contact your local police or sheriff’s department and discuss the call with them. The Norton Police Department will be happy to respond and provide you the necessary assistance in investigating this type of call. Other agency names which have been used in this scam are: Internal Revenue Service Federal Bureau of Investigation Norton Kansas Police Department Shawnee County Kansas Sheriff’s Office Out of State Agencies Another common scam: Caller claims to have your relative in custody (usually Grandson or Granddaughter) stopped for speeding and needs a cash bond posted. Please be aware and do not fall for these scams!

Don't forget to make your donation! Every little bit helps!

The Norton Police Department currently has two retired police vehicles up for auction on purplewave.com. https://www.purplewave.com/search/norton

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family

Our thoughts and prayers go out the the families of our brothers in blue.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Clinton Police Department and the fallen police officers family. #thinblueline http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article165802862.html

If you have found yourself to be missing a large lawn ornament over the past weekend, please contact the Norton Police Department and describe it. We may have your property.

We would like to remind the public that all calls for service or complaints need to go through dispatch and not by contacting officers directly on their personal phones, due to the fact that all calls must be kept on file. We appreciate and encourage the public to report all crimes. Please call 911 for emergencies and (785) 877-5010 for non-emergencies. Thank you for your assistance with this!

The Norton Police Department wants to assure the citizens of the community we are aware of the incidents involving a transient individual currently passing here through our city. Our contact with him on several occasions have been congenial in nature and have not resulted in any formal action on our behalf. The police department encourages any calls from the community if anyone observes any suspicious or inappropriate behavior on behalf of this individual or anyone else. Please remember this our community and the Officers of the Norton Police Department will continue to work diligently to preserve the quality of life our citizens have come to enjoy. Chief Gerald Cullumber Norton Kansas Police Department