Topeka Police Department

  • Agency: Topeka Police Department
  • Address: 320 S Kansas, Suite 100, Topeka, 66603 KS
  • Chief: Ron Miller (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-368-9551
Fax: 785-368-9458

Topeka Police Department is located at 320 S Kansas, Suite 100, Topeka, 66603 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Ron Miller. The Topeka Police Department phone number is 785-368-9551.

Topeka Police Department News

TPD has been accredited for many years through CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies). Being Accredited means the department must adhere to a certain number of standards for best practices to ensure a Professional Law Enforcement Agency in policy and practice. You can learn more about the process here : Both the Public Information Session and the Phone In Session will be held MONDAY, November 6th at times listed in the release.

The Topeka Police Department is attempting to identify the woman pictured below. She is involved in the criminal use of a financial card at Target, Wal Mart, and Arbys in Topeka, KS on 11/2/2017. Any information on this suspect please Email the TPD Criminal Intelligence Unit (, OFC J. Dunderdale (, or call Crime Stoppers at #785 234-0007.

New Topeka City Manager Trout announces his selection for Interim Topeka Police Chief is Bill Cochran.Congrats Chief Cochran!

United the car wash..think you missed a spot Chief.. ☺

So..the City of Topeka Government and TPD ask our employees every year to give to United Way. This year those who pledged were put in a raffle. Who won? TPD Records Jennifer Hanna..who lost? Chief Kramer and Interim City Manager Doug Gerber..can you hear the song now? "at the car wash yeah..."

Operation Safe Treat 2017 is in the books as cold but a great event! Couldn't have done it without our partner agencies and organizations. Hope every one had a good time and we will see you for a bigger and better event next year! Thanks to our Citizens Academy Ambassadors for all of their help inside. see below for all of their pics!

Many thanks to our community members who send us great photos like these! Was it missing candy that brought these two together? OFC Davenport can take care of that- plenty of candy to go around- especially tonight!

There is cold stuff falling from the October- but that isnt going to stop us from having fun all day and tonight- TPD Records and Property start us off with some great costumes!

We want to say thank you to Tin- our International visitor from Myanmar today. He is here to learn about government and how it works in America. He spent the day with us and certainly took it all in-best of luck to you Tin!

Theft from Menards. When the suspect was confronted, he pushed store employee’s out of the way and left in a 1992 Maroon Lexus LS400 4door. If you have any information to assist in this case please call or email DET Adkins at 368-9033 or

Its almost here! Have fun out there but be safe-

Ticket or Treat TOPEKA, Kan.- The Topeka Police Department warns: Strict seatbelt enforcement to save lives Beginning October 30th through November 3rd , the Topeka 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 but what many parents don’t think about is 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 on October 30th through November 3rd, 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. For the latest data and to see more about Kansas safety belt laws, go to: Contact: LT Colleen Stuart

DEA Sponsoring the 2017 Drug Take Back Day- drop-off locations will be TPD at 320 S. Kansas 2209 SW 29th at West TPD Office and 2345 SE 25th at the East TPD office from 10-2. You can check out this link for FAQ:

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