Beloit Police Department

  • Agency: Beloit Police Department
  • Address: 1716 N. Hersey, Beloit , 67420 KS
  • Chief: Frank Gent (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-738-2203
Fax: 785-738-2759

Beloit Police Department is located at 1716 N. Hersey, Beloit , 67420 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Frank Gent. The Beloit Police Department phone number is 785-738-2203.

Beloit Police Department News

We at the Beloit Police Department are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Officer Marc Henry of the Concordia Police Department. Please keep his family and co-workers in your thoughts and prayers. R.I.P. Officer Marc Henry

The Beloit Police Department hopes everyone had a safe and fun Memorial weekend and day. If you need any assistance or help you can call day or night. If you have to drive please take extra time going to your destination. If you have been drinking please get a designated driver as DUI enforcement will strictly be enforced. Happy Memorial Day from all of us to all of you. (785) 738-2203 non emergency 911 emergency

***Update: Anthony Sibley is in custody. Thank you to all the communities that assisted in the apprehension of him.** The Beloit Police Department wants everyone to keep an eye out for this individual Anthony Sibley. He has made viable threats of harm to family and friends. Warrants outstanding in Mitchell County. We need the public’s assistance if you see the individual in the Mitchell, Cloud, Saline or Marion county areas call Law Enforcement immediately do not approach this individual. You will remain anonymous. Share this with everyone you know in these areas. Let’s get him into custody. Thank you.

Everyone here is the new update to the City Code for 2018. Dear City of Beloit Residents, As the days get warmer and we get further into the spring season, it is a good time to remind ourselves of some of the City of Beloit codes. The City of Beloit has adopted various codes to protect the health, safety, and welfare of those who live in or visit Beloit, enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Beloit, and improve the overall appearance of our neighborhoods. Junk Vehicles – Vehicles which are inoperable, placed on jacks or blocks for more than 30 days, or which are not currently registered, are classified as nuisances. These junk vehicles may not be stored on streets or any other property within the City, unless in an enclosed garage. Health or Environmental Nuisances – Garbage, waste, lumber, rocks, dirt, cans, paper, trash, metal or any other offensive or disagreeable thing or substance may not be left or stored on any property within the city, whether the property is vacant or occupied. Weeds/Grass - Weeds and grasses exceeding the maximum height allowed by the Beloit City Code need to be removed by the owner or tenant of the premises. For most instances, this maximum height is 12 inches. Trees – Trees which are dead or diseased or which otherwise obstruct the use of public or private property need to be removed by the property owner, including those trees on your property but located within the right-of-way. All trees must be maintained and trimmed by the property owner in accordance with the Beloit City Code. Please visit our Beloit City Code website at to view the entire city code. For questions, please feel free to contact Beloit Code Enforcement at (785) 738-3553. Sincerely, City of Beloit

Officers with the Beloit Police Department were dispatched to 203 South Poplar Street for a report of a stolen car trailer. We are currently looking for this trailer. The trailer was last seen parked outside of the residence. The owner has offered a reward for up to $1000 for the return of his trailer. It is black in color, has broken safety chains, and was built using 6-inch channel iron. If you or anyone you know has information regarding this trailer, please contact the Beloit Police Department. 785-738-2203

Everyone please be aware of the severe weather risk today as it is very high for our area. Potentials though not guaranteed today could be large violent long track tornadoes, up to 3” inch hail and the possibility of 60 mph winds. These storms will develop very rapidly between 3 and 4 pm and track northeast. Make sure your you have those weather radios ready to go along with emergency supplies and a safe shelter to enter. The Beloit Police Department will be keeping a close eye on the weather and relaying information to keep every safe.

We recently had a Burglary committed at the Beloit Elementary School in which items were stolen and deprived teachers and students. Some of the items stolen. 1. Black Lenovo Laptop 2. Silver Bytespeed Laptop 3. 20 DVD’s 4. $15 dollars in cash There are several garage sales all around this weekend please keep a look out if you see item numbers 1 and 2 listed above you can make an anonymous call to our non-emergency number at (785) 738-2203. Thank you.

All of us at the Beloit Police Department would like to thank the dispatchers at Mitchell County Communications for all the hard work they do, dealing with all of the calls good and bad and getting us going in the right direction in a fast and professional manner. It makes the job so much easier with a great group of dispatchers/friends. Thank you again.

Happy Easter and April Fool's day to everyone from the Beloit Police Department. It is a chilly one today. Enjoy the time with family and friends should you need our assistance we are available 24/7. Non Emergency- (785) 738-2203 Emergency- Dial 911 Have a great day.

The Beloit Police Department would like to give a huge thank you to k9s of valor for sending us the Opioid Overdose Kit for K9 Gero and a letter from the company stating their mission and how they were able to help K9 Gero through a sponsor. The department hopes we never have to use it, but we are so thankful to know that if K9 Gero accidentally comes into contact with dangerous drugs we will be able to reverse the effects and save his life. His handler Officer Lackey can never express his gratitude and the positive community and now nationwide support for K9 Gero.

The Mitchell County and City of Beloit Fire Chiefs have issued a burn ban until further notice. We would like to remind everyone that this includes all Fire Pitts and outdoor Fireplaces. Thank you for your cooperation.

Beloit Police Department would like to give a huge shout out to Kyle Storm for sponsoring K9 Gero for his K9 Trauma Kit and Narcan Overdose Kit in memory of K9 Officer Joering and in honor of his K9 Sam. We are very blessed and humbled by all the support for our K9. Thank you again and K9 Gero thanks you as well. #k9sofvalor #thinblueline #k9unit #k9officerjoering #k9sam #k9gero

***Victim Notification Process*** Visit to register to gain information and notification for offender custody status in County Jails. This covers offenders release, transfer, or escape. If you have any questions, please let us know.

****Scam Alert***** Please if you see this in your mail box, simply throw this away. It claims to help protect your social security funds. This is false! Do not send the $22 in the mail as it request. If you have any questions, please let us know.

Please take extra time traveling today as conditions are going to deteriorate. If you need assistance with anything please give us a call. (785) 738-2203 Non-Emergency 911 Emergency

Update Mr. Wilson has been found safe. Thank you to everyone for assisting in helping locate him. *****SILVER ALERT***** 75 year old Robert L. Wilson went missing from Beloit, Kansas sometime between 9:30 PM on Monday, February 5th and 3:10 AM on Tuesday, February 6th. Robert suffers from Alzheimer's and may be very disoriented. Robert is 5 foot 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 240 pounds. He has blue eyes and grey hair. He will probably be wearing a dark blue jacket, plaid green flannel pajama pants, a dark green long-sleeve pajama shirt with a white t-shirt under it, glasses and tennis shoes. Robert left on foot from the east side of Beloit and may still be in the area so please check around your homes and businesses and help us find him. If you see Robert, please immediately contact the Beloit Police Department at 785-738-2203 or the Mitchell County Sheriffs Department 785-738-3523. Thank you for your help!

From all of us at the Beloit Police Department we want to wish a fun happy and safe New Years Eve and New Year’s Day. Enjoy the time with family and friends and if you must travel please take extra time to make it to you destination safe. If you drink tonight please have a designated driver to avoid a DUI as Law Enforcement will be out looking for impaired drivers to make sure everyone makes it home safe. Get those resolutions ready. Happy New Year. If you need our assistance with anything at all please give us a call. (785) 738-2203 Non-Emergency 911 Emergency

*******UPDATE 12/30/2017************************************************************* Three suspects have been charged for the Damage to Property to the vehicles. Thanks again for the communities support and patience during this investigation. ******************************************************************************************** The Beloit Police Deaprtment recieved numerous reports of damage to vehicles on December 28, 2017. Reports indicate victims hearing noises outside their residences around 2 am. Damages range from broken tail lights to a broken rear window. In total 15 vehicles were damaged between the hours of 2 am and 6 am on the 28th. We are asking the comunities' help in identifying the responisble subjects. Please keep an eye on your neighborhood and report anything suspicious. Be safe and be aware, together we can better safeguard the community. The Beloit Police Department is asking anyone with information about this incident to contact us at 785-738-2203. If your information leads to an arrest/conviction, you may recieve up to a $500.00 reward.

On December 04, 2017, approximately 18:00 hours, the Beloit Police Department executed a search warrant in the 600 block of E. Main, Beloit KS. Approximately 2 ounces of Methamphetamine and 6 ounces of Marijuana were seized. 42 year old Steven Reed was arrested and charged with Distribution of Methamphetamines, within 1000 feet of a school.

From all of us at the Beloit Police Department we want to wish everyone very safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday. If you must travel please allow yourself plenty of time. Enjoy the time with your loved ones and make sure to eat plenty of great food. If you need our assistance we are available 24/7. Non-Emergency- (785) 738-2203 Emergency-911 Happy Thanksgiving 🦃

On November 12, 2017, a case update involving the deceased male on East Court Street was recieved. A preliminary autopsy report indicates a 20-year white male's cause of death was a single self inflicted gun-shot wound to the head. We are saddend by this loss of life, thoughts go out to his family and friends.

On November 11, 2017, at approximately 0119 hours, officers and deputies responded to the 400 Block of East Court for a report of an unresponsive subject with a head injury. Upon arrival a male subject was found deceased. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Mitchell County Sheriff's Office and Beloit Police Department are investigating the circumstances and awaiting autopsy results. At this time there is no reason to believe there is a public safety concern.

The Beloit Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and fun Halloween. Trunk or Treat will be going on at the Zion Lutheran Church back parking lot by the playground at 5:30 pm. Please stop by say hi and get some candy. Flashlights and groups are the best precautions to take while trick or treating. The Beloit Police Department is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week should you need our assistance. Again Happy Halloween from all of us. (785) 738-2203 non-emergency (911) emergency Hey everyone please click on the link above and vote for K9 Gero. He is the Beloit Kansas Police Department dual purpose K9 by voting for Gero if he wins it will provide funds for training and equipment. Thanks everyone in advance for voting and please share with as many people as you can so they can help Gero out as well.

On 10-4-17 the Beloit Police Department conducted a traffic stop. K9 Gero was deployed and gave a positive alert to the vehicle. A search of the vehicle was conducted. 7 grams of methamphetamine were recovered also 3 grams of marijuana and a digital scale as well as other drug paraphernalia. One suspect was booked into the Mitchell County Jail.