Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department

  • Agency: Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department
  • Address: 16344 Q Road, Mayetta, 66509 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: (785) 966-3024
Fax: (785) 966-2585

Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department is located at 16344 Q Road, Mayetta, 66509 KS. The Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department phone number is (785) 966-3024.

Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department News

Night Out Against Crime and Open House!!!!!

PARKING!! **You can utilize the the empy lot across from the rock building**

TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT!! Stop in for dinner. Bring your family!

Press Release in reference to the shooting on October 3, 2018

2nd Annual Night Out Against Crime will be in TWO WEEKS!! Come out for an evening of fun!

Have a good weekend!

Mark your calendars!!

FYI😁 Have a good holiday weekend!!

Here are a few tips to prevent theft from your motor vehicle: • Roll up windows and lock all doors. • Park in well-lit areas. • Always be aware of the area you are parking in. • Hide all valuables out of view: If you can see them from outside the vehicle, so can thieves. The trunk of your car is a great spot to place valuables. Combat GPS thefts: • Remove the GPS unit and clip when you exit your vehicle. • If you must leave the unit in the car, be sure to hide both it and the clip or suction cup that holds it. Thieves see the clip and know there is a unit somewhere in the vehicle. • Frequently wipe your dash to remove tell-tale dust rings that are left by suction cup mounts. Replace the cover to the vehicle's power outlet when not in use. • Record the serial number and keep a copy in the glove compartment and with your other valuable papers at home to assist the police with recovery should your unit be stolen. To report suspicious activity, please contact your local law enforcement. Potawatomi Tribal Dispatch : (785)966-3024

***REMINDER*** Car seat fitting station TODAY from 2:00 - 5:00

**PBP Car Seat Fitting Station** The Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department will be hosting a fitting station to educate community members on car seat safety and distribute car seats on Tuesday August 28, 2018 from 2pm-5pm at the Tribal Police Department located at 16344 Q Road, Mayetta, KS 66509. This will be on a first come first serve basis. Each car seat distributed will take approximately 30 minutes of installation and education to parent/care taker. New car seats will only be distributed to tribal members in need of a new car seat, but everyone is welcome to attend and have a safety inspection of their current car seat. What you need to bring to car seat fitting station: • Tribal Enrollment Card • Child that will use the car seat • Vehicle the car seat will be installed Any further questions please contact Child Passenger Safety Technician John Hurla at the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribal Police Department. (785)966-6657

REMINDER!! With school starting this week, be mindful of school buses on the road. Please keep our children safe.

A huge THANK YOU to Fire Department for letting us spend the day with you!!!!

Kids Camp day #4, catch us out on K road!! We are spending the day out at the Tribal Fire Department. It is 3pm, we are just taking a quick break visiting BGC for some stress relief!!

Game time at The K! Kids camp day 3, LETS GO ROYALS

Kids camp day #2 complete! Busted out the drunk goggles today!!

Kid's Camp is underway! Detective Holte is giving a presentation about crime scene investigation. The kids are learning how to collect evidence right now!

We have our patches on the way, little man!!

Happening right now until Noon!! Come have your furry family members dipped!


Happy 4th of July! While you're enjoying your holiday with family and friends, here are a few tips for you to remember: -KEEP WATER NEARBY; we don't want to spark any fires! -BE RESPSONSIBLE WHILE HANDLING FIRECRACKERS; lets keep all of our body parts intact! -FOLLOW CAUTIONARY LABELS; goes without saying, right?! -THROW AWAY TRASH; please don't leave trash in the roadways As always, call Tribal Dispatch for emergencies 785-966-3024 Have a happy and safe Holiday!

Another hot one today, folks!! Below we have listed a few tips to beat this summer heat: •Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids •Avoid wearing dark colors, they tend to absorb the sun's rays •If working outdoors, take frequent breaks •Postpone outdoor games and activities • Check on your family and friends, especially those who may not have air conditioning or spend much of their time outside •Check on animals frequently to ensure they are not suffering from the heat. Make sure they have plenty of water Have a good day and stay cool!!!

Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated people!!