Iola Police Department

  • Agency: Iola Police Department
  • Address: 2 W Jackson Ave, Iola, 66749 KS
  • Chief: Jared Warner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-365-4960
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Iola Police Department is located at 2 W Jackson Ave, Iola, 66749 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Jared Warner. The Iola Police Department phone number is 620-365-4960.

Iola Police Department News

Recently Iola Police Department has had several reports of packages being stolen from their residence. Here are some home security tips to protect against package theft. Have packages delivered to where you are, not where you aren't. Your home is not the only place you can have your packages delivered. For example, if you work during the day, have items you order online delivered to your place of business instead of your home address. Instruct family and friends to do the same for packages they mail to you throughout the year. Set up alternative delivery/pickup options through your local delivery services. Whether the majority of your packages are delivered by the U.S. Postal Service, UPS, or FedEx, each offers alternative delivery and pickup options. For example, UPS has an expanding Access Point network that provides for delivery and pickup of packages at local grocery or convenience stores in various neighborhoods. When you sign up through this network, UPS will deliver your packages to the access point of your choice. You can also set up delivery of your packages with a neighbor or a UPS store near you. Require a signature for packages you mail to family and friends. When mailing packages through your local post office or another delivery service, require the packages to be signed for when they are delivered. The small fee associated with this service is well worth the peace of mind you'll receive in knowing that your package will not fall prey to the hands of a thief.

Today is Lt Steven Womack's last day. If you see him around town please congratulate him on his 40 year career with the Iola Police Department.

HOFNOD Trophy winners. Total Fish caught this morning 260, totaling 67.68lbs

This is National Police Officer Memorial week.

I know that this is not police related but I love these videos and wanted to share. Makes you proud of what our military men and women are willing to sacrifice.

Keep an eye on the sky the next few days. We will try to continue giving some updates.

Keep an eye on the weather for the next few days.

Trying not to laugh at each others jokes.

State Wide Tornado Drill - Don't be alarmed it is only a drill.

Thank you.

Good job guys.

The Community Involvement Task Force / Pride group is having a fund raiser dinner Friday, January 19th. The group is raising money for the new flower pots around the square. Hope you can come out and support this event.

Looks like the snow is going to miss us with this one but the extreme wind chills today and tomorrow is here. Keep warm and check on your elderly friends and family.

Be sure to bring the pets inside or provide proper houses with straw.

Family Physicians staff helping wrap for Project Care.

A good Christmas shopping tip.

Don't forget to come out and support Allen County Crime Stoppers tonight for an All You Can Eat Mexican Buffet and dessert at the Elks Lodge at 110 S. Jefferson in Iola. The price is $10 donation. 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Everyone drive safe.