Edwardsville Police Department

  • Agency: Edwardsville Police Department
  • Address: 650 S. 4th St., Edwardsville, 66113 KS
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Edwardsville Police Department is located at 650 S. 4th St., Edwardsville, 66113 KS. The Edwardsville Police Department phone number is 913-441-6983.

Edwardsville Police Department News

Edwardsville Officers have investigated approximately 12 broken car windows and slashed tires since Friday night. Officers have identified multiple suspects, and are clearing up the cases. However, if you have experienced criminal damage to your property please let us know! Please contact the police department at 441-6983. Thank you!

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Clinton, MO Police Department, and their family and friends.

This energetic Jack Russell Terrier was found around 301 Beach Street. If you are the owner of the dog, or know the owner, please call the Edwardsvile PD at 441-6983. Thank you!

This friendly Pitbull Mix was found Tuesday March 6th around 301 Beach Street. If you are the owner of the dog, or know the owner, please call the Edwardsville PD at 441-6983. Thank you!

Citizen found a black and white female pitbull in the 200 blk of Mellott on Monday, 02/26/2018. She has no collar or tags. Please contact us at 913-441-6983 if you belong to this little girl!

Found older brown and white Boxer dog in the 1400 block of S 98th Street. Has a collar, but no tags. If you know this dog, please call the Edwardsville Police Department at 913-441-6983

Found dog in the 500 block of S. 4th St on 02/07/2018 at around 4:45pm. Very friendly and healthy. If you're the owner of this dog, please call the Edwardsville Police Department at 913-441-6983

This white and black female bulldog was found in the 9900 block of Kansas Avenue on 2/1/2018. She was not wearing a collar, and does not have a microchip. Please call the police department if you are the owner of this dog, or if you know who the owner of the dog is. 913-441-6983 Thank you!

Farewell from Amanda Holloway (Police Clerk) Today is my last day working for the City of Edwardsville Police Department. I would like to personally thank the officers of this department as they are a group of great people to work with! It has been a pleasure getting to know them on a personal and professional level. I have enjoyed getting to watch our new officers come in as rookies and proudly stand tall with the rest of them. The City of Edwardsville is such a great little town! Tiny but mighty Edwardsville, Farewell! Amanda Holloway 😀

-----UPDATED 12-07-2017 at 7:10am----- Rebecca M. Tilden has been found and is safe. Thanks to everyone who shared. #MissingPerson Rebecca M. Tilden, 23 years of age was last seen on 12/03/2017 at 5pm in the 200 block White Street in Edwardsville. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and jeans as seen in photo. Rebecca drives a silver 2004 Oldsmobile Alero with Kansas plate 026FXA. Please contact Edwardsville PD if you have any information. After hours/Dispatch: 913-596-3000 Office: 913-441-6983

Watch for the blue truck in the on coming traffic lane.... Scary!

EPD Monthly Incident Report: November 2017

Congrats to Lt Doug Hermreck on his completion of the Law Enforcement Leadership Academy Command School! This is a year long training academy in which takes a lot of hard work and dedication.

More pictures from last night!

*Dog impounded in Edwardsville* This male white St. Bernard was located in the 1500 block of S 98th Street 11-29-2017. The dog was wearing an orange and pink collar but no tag or microchip. 913-441-6983 Ext 6054 913-596-3000

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to the Mayor's Tree Lighting Ceremony! It was a great turnout!

Two dogs were impounded over the weekend. Please let us know if you have any information. 1) This Boxer was picked up on 11-17-2017 in the 1500 block of South 105th Terrace. The dog had a collar but no tag. Unknown if this is a male or female. 2) A black and white female terrier mix was impounded on 11-19-2017 in the 9700 block of Swartz Road. *Must have proof of ownership to claim.*

Retweeted KansasDOT (@DriveSafeKansas): Join us in spreading the word. #MakeItToTheTable this #Thanksgiving. @NHTSAgov https://t.co/GwX5qQ4nwg

Today we say farewell to Lieutenant Clif Oblinger. Oblinger has served the Edwardsville community since May 2011. Good luck on your future endeavors Lt!

**UPDATED 11-20-2017 at 12:55pm** This dog has been reunited with his owner! Thanks for all the shares! This male dog was picked up in the 9800 block of K32 Wednesday afternoon. He had no tag or collar. He was seen running with another black and white dog. Please call if you have any information. 913-441-6983 Ext 6054 913-596-3000 Dispatch

#AnimalRegistration in Edwardsville is changing. You are now able to purchase a 3-year animal registration tag for the flat rate of $5.00 each. This will keep your dog registered until 12-31-2020. Getting your dog registered helps officers get your dog back home in case he/she gets lost or wonders a little too far from home. 🐶

With #VeteransDay upon us, we wanted to take a moment to thank ALL the men and women who have served our country. We have a few veterans of our own in the Edwardsville Police Department family. Thank you to...... Lt Clifton Oblinger (Army) MPO Patrick Johnson (Army) Officer Alex Gould (Army) Officer Christi McChesney (Air Force) We appreciate your service to this great country and thank you for serving the citizens of Edwardsville!