Overland Park Police Department

  • Agency: Overland Park Police Department
  • Address: 12400 Foster St, Overland Park, 66213 KS
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Overland Park Police Department is located at 12400 Foster St, Overland Park, 66213 KS. The Overland Park Police Department phone number is 913-895-6300.

Overland Park Police Department News

IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2018 Stolen Auto/Theft The Overland Park Police Department needs your assistance in locating a three month old Yorkie. On November 3, 2018 around 1:00 am, a black Chrysler 200 was stolen from the 10700 block of Roe. A short time later Independence Police attempted to initiate a stop traffic on the stolen Chrysler, which the Chrysler failed to yield. The stolen Chrysler was later found abandon near W.87th and Ford in Kansas City, Missouri with the Yorkie missing. If you have any additional information you are asked to contact the Overland Park Police Department at 913-344-8724 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS. Officer John P. Lacy #653 913-327-6937

Posted on 11/12/18 @ 0822 hours.

Thank you.

Throwing it back to 1990 with Chief Myron Scafe (center). Metropolitan Chiefs and Sheriffs Association Awards for Valor. #ThrowbackThursday

Congratulations to our 2018 Citizens Police Academy graduates. Thanks for your support!

Just in case you are wondering about some of our officers appearances. It is, "No shave for November" for OPPD. Proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen and the American Cancer Society.

Congratulations to Capt. Melanie L. Pierce for 25 years of faithful service to the citizens of Overland Park. Enjoy your retirement!

It is Friday, let's have some fun. Caption this photo. Keep it PG. Ready go! #FundayFriday #GoChiefs

Officer Bill Koehn gives a talk to Cub Scouts. Thanks for stopping by guys!

Our next big event is Operation Rudolph. Media partners please see release below.

Capt. Bob Kolenda (retired) and Detective Kim Massey are featured in today's #ThrowbackThursday photo. Both officers loading up for duty.

Disclaimer: This house is NOT in Overland Park, please do not call Codes Enforcement. Halloween safety tips for kids. 1. Before you eat, have your parents inspect your treats. 2. When in doubt, throw it out. 3. Stick together, look before you cross the street, this will make for a safe Trick or Treat. 4. Carry a flashlight or glow stick. (I already know, that did not rhyme) 5. Always take your parents along for the walk. This is OPPD safety talk.

Thank you to our Veterans CIT Response Training Class and Staff. This training will assist officer response to veterans going through crisis.

Overland Park's most, "Famous Officer" Officer Andy Black receives the Chief Challenge Coin. Way to go Andy!

Today is the first day of Veterans CIT Training. All trainees are prior military. Thank you for your service.

IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 29, 2018 Armed Disturbance / Shots Fired at Oak Park Mall UPDATED PRESS RELEASE PERSONS OF INTEREST The Overland Park Police Department needs the public’s help to identify three persons of interest in regards to the armed disturbance which occurred on Friday, October 26, 2018 at Oak Park Mall. If you have information on the identity of the people in the photographs please contact the TIPS Hotline at (816)-474-TIPS. Thank you, Captain James Sutterby Investigations Division

If you have any information regarding this incident please give us a call. Thank you.

IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 26, 2018 Attempt to Identify- Arson Investigation The Overland Park Police Department needs your assistance in identifying a person of interest in an arson investigation. A stolen vehicle (Ford F350) out of Kansas City, Missouri was located in the 16000 block of Foster. It appears the vehicle was intentionally set on fire. Accompanying the Ford F350 to the above location was a charcoal colored Dodge Caravan. Traffic cameras captured the Dodge Caravan driving to a convenience store located in the 7900 block of W.159th Street. The driver of the Dodge entered the store and made a cash purchase. If you have any information you are asked to contact the Overland Park Police at 913-344-8742 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS. Officer John Lacy #653

Last Reminder. Locate Chief Donchez for a special prize.

Our #TBT is an accident located at W.79th and Metcalf.

IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Update Let's try this again with better photos. Hopefully you will recognize these two and give Det. Larsen a call. Det. Larsen is patiently waiting. Thanks in advance. - Lacy October 16, 2018 Attempt to Identify- Felony Theft The Overland Park Police Department needs your assistance in identify two females. On October 5th, 2018 two female suspects stole multiple credit cards from three separate victims at two different businesses in Overland Park, Kansas. The suspects subsequently used the victim's credit cards and identification to purchase thousands of dollars in prepaid Visa credit cards at Kansas City area Walmart's. The suspects are depicted below in the photographs. One suspect is believed to be wearing blue medical scrubs with a white name tag (unreadable). The two females were seen exiting one of the local business in a newer Black Chevrolet Malibu. If you are able to identify the suspects, please contact Detective Larsen at 913-344-8768 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS. Officer John P. Lacy #653 Police Public Information Officer

Facebook followers our K-9 has a name, meet Odin. Thanks to all that submitted a name. For the record, I (PIO Lacy) liked the names "Bowie" for David Bowie or Opie.

Drug Take Back October 27, 2018. Bring us your unwanted/ expired drugs.

#ThrowbackThursday