Kansas City Police Department

  • Agency: Kansas City Police Department
  • Address: 1125 Locust, Kansas City, 64106 MO
  • Chief: James Corwin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 816-234-5000
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Kansas City Police Department is located at 1125 Locust, Kansas City, 64106 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is James Corwin. The Kansas City Police Department phone number is 816-234-5000.

Kansas City Police Department News

Start your journey to serving and protecting at our next Community Recruitment Fair on March 10!

A big thank you to Maggie Cato, Usborne Book consultant, for donating hundreds of dollars in books and toys for “comfort bags" we give to children coming in with a parent escaping domestic violence. Shelters typically require a family to go to a police station to be transported by officers for safety reasons. There can sometimes be a long wait before an officer is available. One can imagine the fear, stress, and anxiety the experience can be for an adult, let alone a child. It is our hope the comfort bag will ease the anxiety and trauma a child might be feeling and bring some sense of calm and security to the situation. Some books may be put in patrol cars for officers to give away to kids they see out in the community, as well.

***Identified and located. Thank you! PleaseShare: Do you know him? He is a subject of interest in a homicide today at 27th & Indiana. If you have information please call the homicide unit at 816-234-5043 or TIPS 816-474-TIPS (8477).

With the horrible things that have happened in our nation recently, we'd like to remind you that we do provide active shooter training to organizations, schools and businesses. Contact your Community Interaction Officer if you'd like to bring something like this to your workplace or school.

Want to work at KCPD? You can now apply online! In addition to officers, we're also hiring for the following positions right now: Perpetrator Information Center Analyst Internal Affairs Unit Administrative Assistant Public Relations Specialist Fleet Operations Supervisor/CrewLeader Fleet Operations Assistant Manager Polygraph Examiner Dispatcher Automotive Servicer Building Operations Technician Mechanic Records Clerk Detention Officer Security Guard

We're punny. Happy Valentine's Day!

We're working with the City of Kansas City, Mo., Health Department and several local organizations to help get victims of domestic and sexual violence to safe places and to resources that can help them heal and thrive. https://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/new-partnership-between-kc-police-and-health-departments-takes-aim-at-preventing-domestic-violence

Apple love.

Residents of Metro Patrol Division, come meet your new commanders tomorrow!

We wish a very happy retirement to Meyers and thank him for his seven years of service to our city. He's going back to live with the family who donated him to enjoy the retired life.

In honor of Black History Month, we thought we'd share some of ours. KCPD has had African-American officers since our inception in 1874. A few decades after that, Lafayette Tillman joined the force. His record of service to his city and country was impressive, to say the least. His family did an excellent job of recording his history and maintaining mementos. He joined KCPD in August 1903, and we believe this photo was taken not long afterward. You can read more about him here: http://kchistory.org/content/biography-lafayette-tillman-1859-1914-barber-soldier-and-policeman.

***Located!! Yay!! PleaseShare: Help us locate this missing child. Call 816-234-5136 or 911.

***Mr. Hudgins was located and is safe. Police are looking for 70-year-old Victor Hudgins, who has not been seen since 6 a.m. yesterday, Feb. 6, near 110th and Elmwood. He may be driving a silver 2014 Ford Festiva with Missouri license plates MN6 X8V. Victor Hudgins is a white male who is 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 290 pounds. He recently had a stroke and may have cognitive impairment. If you know where he is, please call 911.

Brajean is still missing. We believe she may be staying with someone in south Kansas City. Please call us if you know where she is. 816-234-5136.

As you may have heard, Facebook has shaken some things up in a way that may make it more difficult to see our posts. If you'd like to be sure you don't miss a post from us (which could be crucial in a critical incident or finding a missing, endangered child), you can select to have Facebook notify you when we post. This video shows how. We only post about once a day, so you won't be bombarded.

We have such great people here in KC! Last week when debris fell in the road at Barry Road and I-29, several people got out to help the officer pick it up! Thanks to the person who shared this with us!

****Mom was located. Thank you to the over 2,000 of you that took the time to help this child. You are the real MVP! ***** PleaseShare: Help us locate the family of this handsome young man. He was found at the BP station on Independence Avenue this evening. We have exhausted all means to locate his family. He is non verbal and appears to be of Somalian descent. He is 4’0” and is 75 lbs. Call 911 with info.

It's enrollment time again for the KCPD Citizens Police Academy! The spring session will be from 6-9 p.m. every Tuesday from March 6-May 15. It's free and open to anyone who lives or works in Kansas City, Mo., is at least 18 years of age and can pass a background check. This program is very popular and fills up fast, so go to the web site to see how to reserve your spot! (You can also register for the fall session if that works better for you.)

We're looking for these guys, too! Please call 816-474-TIPS (8477) with information! You could get a cash reward!

It's tax time again, and scammers are ready! This short video from the IRS highlights some common scams and how you can avoid them.

Big news! Social workers are coming to all patrol divisions! Chief Smith explains what they'll do and the public-private partnership we secured to fund them on his new blog:

If your adjusted gross income is $54,000 or less, you can get your personal taxes done for FREE at one of our police stations with IRS volunteers. No appointment is needed - first come, first served. Here's the schedule: EAST PATROL DIVISION, 2650 PROSPECT AVE. Feb. 6, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 13, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. SOUTH PATROL DIVISION, 9701 MARION PARK DR. Feb. 20, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 27, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. And not a police station, but we're working with them: NORTHLAND NEIGHBORHOODS INC., 4420 NE CHOUTEAU March 6, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Information about what you should bring and answers to other questions are here:

UPDATE: Sierra was located safely. Thank you, everyone! ______________________________________________________________ We are looking for missing runaway Sierra Nickerson, age 16. She was last seen in the area of 54th and Prospect at 6 p.m. today, Jan. 26. She is from out of town and not familiar with the area. Sierra is 5’9”, 180 lbs. and has brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, blue jeans, white tennis shoes and carrying a black backpack with Batman logos. Please call 911 or the Missing Persons Unit at 816-234-5136 if you can help us find Sierra Nickerson.

This marks the 19th consecutive month of bringing food and support to the officers and staff at Metro Patrol. The members of City of Truth Church are amazing. Truly thankful for their support.

A sad update: Mr. Donnici was located deceased inside his vehicle this morning (Jan. 25). There is no evidence of foul play. Thank you for all your help. ___________________________________________________________________ Please Share: The Missing Persons Unit requests your assistance locating the following Missing/Endangered person: