PVPD Trick or Treating Time... 👻👻👽☠️👻
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Prairie Village Police Department is located at 7710 Mission Road, Prairie Village, 66208 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Wes Jordan. The Prairie Village Police Department phone number is 913-642-6868.
PVPD Trick or Treating Time... 👻👻👽☠️👻
Be safe tonight and try to stay on the sidewalks as much as possible. Happy Halloween from PVPD 🤡
We were honored to be a part of this production. Our officers truly are passionate about their profession and service to our community!
Today we had the honor of representing our department while presenting the colors at the Sporting KC game! #pvpdhonorguard
Drug take back event today until 2 pm at our station . Drop off your unused or unwanted prescription drugs for disposal. No questions asked, nothing to sign.
Based on our early calls for service this morning, this seems like a good time to remind everyone to remove valuables from their vehicles at night and to lock their doors! Several reports being taken in our city as well as surrounding jurisdictions!
Our police academy recruits were introduced to the OC spray last week. Good times with friends 🚔😂
Join us this Saturday to turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal. The drop off will be located in the circle drive in front of the police station.
We recovered this guy this morning! If he belongs to you or someone you know please call 913-642-5151.
This bike was found at 67th/ Nall and recovered for safekeeping. Contact us if its yours.
This watch was recently located at the Prairie Village Community Center. If this watch belongs to you please contact the PVPD Property Unit at 913-385-4682.
We are hiring! Come see us at the UCM career expo today from 1-4.
Water main break caused a street light to fall over near 76 Ter/Ash. Workers are on scene repairing the issues.
AARP is offering free local classes on their Smart Driver course. Sign up for free and possibly save some money on your premiums.
Thanks to everyone for visiting with us on National Coffee With A Cop Day today!
It’s National Coffee With A Cop Day. We’re all set up at Starbucks in PV Mall. Come down and grab a complimentary cup of coffee till 9:00 a.m.
For your awareness, FEMA and the FCC will be conducting a nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system this Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 at 1:18pm.
Beginning at 1:18pm, most cell phones within range of an active cell tower should receive a WEA test message. The message header will read “Presidential Alert” and the text will read: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.” Additional details can be found on FEMA’s Emergency Alert Test website
The Prairie Village Police Department is participating in the DEA’s National Take Back Event. Join us in properly disposing of unwanted prescription medications. The drop off site will be located in the City Hall circle drive on October 27, 2018 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Join Prairie Village Officers on Wednesday for National Coffee With A Cop Day. Starbucks @ PV Mall from 7-9 AM.
Apparently it’s National Coffee Day....celebrating PVPD style! #NationalCoffeeDay2018 ☕️☕️👮🏻♂️👮🏻♀️
The PVPD Traffic Unit will be participating in the 2018 Child Passenger Safety Week from 9/23-9/29/18. Officers will be visiting PV elementary schools each day measuring students for car seats. Officers are also available by appointment to install car seats, call (913) 385-4656.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Kunze and his family. Along with the men and women of the SedgwickCounty Sheriff’s Department.
Last call to join the Citizens Police Academy as we only have a few openings left! The deadline has been extended to this Friday September 14, 2018.