Kansas City Police Department

  • Agency: Kansas City Police Department
  • Address: 700 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, 66101 KS
  • Chief: Rick L. Armstrong (Chief of Police)
Phone: 913-573-6000
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Kansas City Police Department is located at 700 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, 66101 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick L. Armstrong. The Kansas City Police Department phone number is 913-573-6000.

Kansas City Police Department News

Thanks to the power of social media these guys were found and arrested in North Kansas City!! One of our followers recognized the jacket!! We love it when a plan comes together πŸ€— Thanks to NKC PD and our anonymous FB follower!

Officers in route to 16th & Minnesota on several people shot. No other details at this time.

BPU is working a large power outage in the Midtown Patrol area.

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I hope Bo has an awesome weekend! He deserves a little R&R! πŸ˜πŸ‘ https://t.co/d6jcZHuqeg

Facebook we need your help!!! Do you know these guys?! These individuals have been placing skimming devices on multiple bank locations in the metro area! KCKPD and Mission PD have open investigations on these cases and would like any information you may have on the guys in the photos. Please contact authorities immediately with any information! Reference complaint number: KCKPD - 2018-14037 Mission PD - 18-330

Today we had a little fun with our first Mardi Gras themed cook off. Several employees prepared a dish for our panel of judges. Then the food was open to everyone to enjoy. As you can see, we had a lot of fun! Congratulations to Major Nicholson on winning first place with his Gumbo recipe! The Chief presented the first place certificate. Although there's something kind of funny about that presentation, and I'm not just talking about the Chief's appropriately themed mask...

Officer Leo attended an event at Delaware Ridge Elementary School this weekend! He got to interact with lots of kids and even ran into a few of our friends from the KCK Fire Department.

Officers Grote and Vallejo stopped by Turner High School to visit this morning. The students were happy to have guest. They took the officers over to the THS Coffee Shop and served them some coffee.

We always enjoy coming to work to see what the day has in store. Each day is different from the last, bringing a variety of experiences. Last night the officers of our South Patrol Station were dispatched on a traffic complaint. They arrived in the area and found two horses running loose in the roadway. Sgt. Shelton reports they wrangled the horses up and located their owner. The sergeant said they volunteered to walk the horses back to their barn, so the owner wouldn't have to leave her vehicle. Good work officers. Safety First, Courtesy Always! We can't always guarantee you horses to corral, but, if you are interested, we accept applications year around.

Call and give the location of the truck, but tell dispatch you want to remain anonymous. https://t.co/LhAtdZgTRm

Thank you to RiseKC for helping to send these three students to nursing school. These students, from Schlagle High School, are members of our OK Program. Officer Westbrook is proud to see them succeed and happy to see RiseKC invest in his students. Congratulations gentleman!!

The flu took us out last month but you won’t want to miss this Facebook LIVE event Tuesday Feb 6th @ 6pm!! The Chief will be going over 2017 stats, answering your questions and giving some insight into the direction of the department for 2018.

The department donated several pairs of shoes to the Frank Williams Housing Resource Center this morning. The Center provides multiple services for the homeless and citizens in need. We want to thank the staff for all the work they do each day to provide for our citizens!

Officers assisting with a house fire at 15th & Rowland. A body was found in the residence, unknown circumstances at this time.

Five months ago Mr. Gray was on a walk with his friend Blake in Kansas City, Mo. At one point Blake got away from Mr. Gray and was feared lost forever. Yesterday, Blake was found by Animal Service Officers and taken to the shelter. What a great surprise... he had a microchip! Animal Services was able to identify Blake and his owner, Mr. Gray, through the microchip. After five long months apart, they were finally reunited!! Animal Services Director Jennifer Stewart was thrilled to experience the reunion. She say microchips are approximately $25, and if your pets get lost, an easy way to get your information and return friends. Jennifer says it's important to register you microchip and keep it up-to-date. She even suggests multiple emergency contacts when you are planning a trip out of town.

DM me your contact info and we will set something up. https://t.co/wYcmtx4lvJ

Congratulations to Cameron Morgan on his promotion to the rank of Detective!!

Congratulations to Sara Janeczko on her promotion to the rank of Detective!!

Congratulations to Glenn Carter on his promotion to the rank of Sergeant!

Congratulations to Kyle Hickerson on his promotion to the rank of Sergeant!

Officers worked an attempted home invasion in the area of 2900 N 30th. Victim wounded the suspect who then fled the scene.

Officers worked a drive by shooting in the area of 2600 N. 20th, suspect taken into custody.

The incid by was contained to the inside of the house. https://t.co/3k48RqYteL