Erie Police Department

  • Agency: Erie Police Department
  • Address: 101 N Main St, Erie, 66733 KS
  • Chief: Dean Kane (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-244-3611
Fax: 620-244-3465
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Erie Police Department is located at 101 N Main St, Erie, 66733 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Dean Kane. The Erie Police Department phone number is 620-244-3611.

Erie Police Department News

Sad day for Kansas Law Enforcement, May these officers rest in peace and Our thoughts are with the families in this time of need.

This sweet boy was brought into us this morning. If anyone knows who he may belong to please give us a call 620.244.3611. He is very sweet. Have a a great Wednesday!

These keys were found at the Erie post office, if they belong to you please contact the Erie Police department 244-3611, or dispatch 244-3869, Thank you

Update: phone has been returned to its owner. Thank you all for sharing. We had a phone brought into us today found over on state street in someone's yard. If you have an idea or know who it belongs to please come see us or give us a call 620.244.3611. Have a good afternoon.

These were found at the park this afternoon. If anyone knows anything about them or who they might belong to please call us at 620.244.3611. Thank you.

These were found a day ago at the baseball fields. If anyone knows whose they might be. Please let us know. Also have a great and safe memorial weekend.

ATTENTION!! Residence of Erie, The school year is nearly over and the fun will begin. We at Erie Police Department want to remind everyone of all ages that we do bicycle registration. FREE! of charge, please feel free to stop on at the Police Department or give us a call at 244-3611 and we can have an officer come to you. Everyone is welcome to get their bicycles registered. Thank you and have a wonderful day and awesome summer break.🚲

Erie Police Department along with Neosho County sheriff's Department and Erie Fire Department responded to the Erie High School. One person was arrested and charges will be filed with the Neosho County Attorney's Office. Above all, no one was hurt, the school will be repaired and the community will come together to see it through.

It has been brought to our attention, for people haven't yet purchased dog tags for the year of 2018. In the City Ordinance book it states as followed: Pursuant the Erie Municipal Code Section 426, every person who owns, keeps, or harbors a dog in the city after such dog reaches the age of six months, must register the dog with the City Clerk each year. The cost is $6.00 for each neutered male dog and each spayed female dog, and $10.00 for each non-neutered male dog and non-spayed female dog. The person seeking registration must submit to the city a certification or other proof from a veterinarian establishing that the female dog has been spayed. The licenses are from April 1 to March 31 of each year. Prior to registration, evidence from a veterinarian showing the dog has been vaccinated with a recognized anti-rabies vaccine and certifying that the vaccine administered to the dog will be effective for the period of time for which the license is issued, must be presented to the City Clerk. Owners are required to keep on the neck of the dog a suitable metallic or leather collar with the tag furnished by the City of Erie. Any time after April 1st the price increases to 20.00 on top of the regular fee. Now, this does NOT mean May 1st is the final day to get them for the year you still are allowed to do so. However if you DON'T have them by May 1st, 2018 we will start issuing citations for everyone who does NOT have a tag. If you would like to prevent this from happening please stop in to the Police Department anytime Monday through Friday to get them. On another note we also do bicycle registrations as well free of charge. We hope everyone has a great rest of the week. Thank you 620-244-3611.

Just a friendly reminder to all of Erie residents, we would like to let everyone not to forget to purchase their City dog tags. For questions please contact Erie Police Department at 244-3611

If anyone recognizes this dog please us know.

If anyone is missing a black lab with a camo collar please call us at 244.3611. Thank you and have a great day.

REMINDER to the citizens of Erie who have dogs, City Dog tags are due March 31st, 2018. The office will only be open Friday March 30th, 2018. Anytime after the due date the amount will be $26.00 for neutered, and $30.00 for non neutered dogs. Please share. Have a good day

Just a reminder to all residents of Erie, City dog tags are due by March 31st 2018. Please remember to stop in at the Police Department with all current shot records and get your city dogs tags. Thanks much and have a good day.

On 03-13-2018, Erie Police Department received a call in reference to someone knocking on the back door a residence, Homeowner answered the door and the person was gone. It was brought to our attention that numerous homes had this occur. Erie Police Department is seeking information or camera footage from anyone who may have seen or heard something in the late night hours. Please contact the Police Department at 620-244-3611

These Keys were found in the city drop box at the City hall, If you know anything about them, please contact the City Hall or the Erie Police Department 244-3611

Just a quick reminder that this weekend is our annual rabies clinic! If you have dogs and or cats, you won’t want to miss it! We hope to see everyone there!

Parents please take a moment to watch this short video, please talk with your children. Have a wonderful day. Chief Tyeler Riggs

On February 22, 2018, The Erie Police Department responded to the Erie High School for a student who allegedly made comments in reference to having plans to commit a shooting at the Erie High School. Officers spoke with witnesses to the students comments and the student was taken into custody, and transported to the Neosho County Sheriffs Department for further questioning and screening by Juvinile Justice Authority for placement. The student was placed into Girard Juvenile Detention Center at Girard pending his first appearance. Police reports are being filed and forwarded to the Neosho County Attorney's office for review.

The cold and ice has sure set in again. We would like to remind everyone who have outdoor pets, to be sure they are well taken care of. If you can bring them inside, it would be best. If not then be sure they are supplied with a warm place to sleep. If your cold, they are cold. Be safe and have a wonderful day.

On 02-15-2018, Erie Police Department took a report for a phone scam from *Publishers Clearing House*. The scammer wanted the person to go to a local Wal-Mart and get a *Receipt* from the customer service desk. They asked for the persons cell phone number, so they could track the person. An officer was able to get to the residence before the person finished the scam call. An officer spoke with the person and was not able to get clear answers for the questions asked. The phone number did not show on Caller ID. The person got angry with the officer on the phone and became threatening. The Erie Police Department asks the citizens of Erie to notify the police department if they receive calls as such. *Reminder to all* DO NOT send money to someone you do not know. Have a great day. Chief Tyeler C. Riggs Erie Police Department. 620-244-3611

It is getting close to time for our annual rabies clinic. You do not have to be a citizen of Erie to Bring your dogs and or cats to the rabies clinic. Can’t wait to see you all there!

The Erie Police Department is looking to have a Dog pound built for the City of Erie, The attached photo is similar to what the department is looking to have built. We will be taking open bids for the job. Please stop in at the Police Department, or contact Chief of Police Tyeler Riggs 620-244-3611 for further information. I thank you for your time and we hope to get this project going.

Bear is now back home!.... . This boy was picked up on north Lincoln in Erie, if you own him or know whjo does please contact the police department, 620-244-3611