Norton Police Department

  • Agency: Norton Police Department
  • Address: 301 E Washington St # 3, Norton, 67654 KS
  • Chief: Pat Morel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-877-5010
Fax: (785)877-5095

Norton Police Department is located at 301 E Washington St # 3, Norton, 67654 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Pat Morel. The Norton Police Department phone number is 785-877-5010.

Norton Police Department News

Now that school is out and summer is just around the corner, we would like to take a moment to remind everyone of the curfew hours for the City of Norton! Curfew Sunday through Thursday is from 11:00 PM-5:00 AM Curfew Friday and Saturday is from 12:00 AM-5:00 AM Curfew applies to anyone 15 years of age and younger, who are not accompanied by any parent, guardian or other adult having the care and custody of a minor. Please feel free to share this post and as always do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!

Recently, a video was passed around local Facebook accounts involving mistreatment of an animal here in Norton, Kansas. It was brought to the attention of the Police Department, by a concerned citizen, the week of May 21st. After being alerted to the video, appropriate action was taken by ACO Urban in regards to the incident. To assure those individuals who were concerned about the welfare of the animal, ACO Urban will continue to monitor the health of it to make sure the incident is not repeated. Chief Gerry Cullumber

We are still taking applications for our Youth Police Academy! If you or someone you know is interested, stop by the Police Department and pick up and application.

The Norton Police Department is now accepting applications for the Youth Police Academy being held this summer. Applications can be picked up at City Hall. Contact the department for more information!

The Norton Police Department had a report this morning of criminal damage to property around the 400 block of North Grant Ave. If anyone saw anything suspicious around this area between the evening of April 4 and the morning of April 5, please contact us. We appreciate the public's help in this matter. Thank you.

Officers with the Norton Police Department supported World Down Syndrome Awareness Day, did you? Let us see how you supported WDSAD! 😁

Many of us around our small town of Norton know the happy little face of Payton Janzing, our police officers definitely do! Born in 2011, Payton was diagnosed with autism and high anxiety at a very young age. He has not let his diagnosis beat him. At only 6 years old, Payton has influenced the lives of so many that have come into contact with him. He is constantly smiling through every obstacle that he has faced, and waves his biggest wave at every person and police officer that he sees! Times have been hard for Mr. Payton with multiple medical tests and procedures in his past, present and future. The Norton Police Department is asking for the help of neighboring agencies and the general public. Patches for Payton has been established to attain as many patches as possible from agencies all over Kansas and the United States. The goal is to take the patches that are donated and make a quilt and/or scrapbook for Payton to commemorate the special occasion and the special person that he is! No amount of patches will be enough, so please help us reach out to Law Enforcement agencies near and far. All patches can be sent to: Norton Police Department c/o Amanda Dreher 301 E. Washington St. Norton, KS 67654

Beginning February 26th through March 9th, the Norton Police Department will join other Law Enforcement agencies in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years. In 2015, 13 teens lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas; 40% of those teens were NOT restrained. In an effort to change this trend, law enforcement across the area will be extra-vigilant when patrolling around schools. For more than thirty years, officers have educated and warned passengers and drivers regarding the importance of using restraints while in their vehicle. There should be no surprises when it comes to this enforcement effort. Officers will issue citations to any individual who refuses to obey the traffic laws, whether it is for speeding, texting of failing to buckle up. Chief Cullumber says, "Even one teen death is unacceptable. Please slow down, put the phone away or turn it off, and ALWAYS buckle up."

Please be aware that we continue to receive calls about financial scams in our community. It is important that you do NOT fall for these scams!! If you have any questions or need clarification, please feel free to contact us.

This is the Norton County Sheriff's Office. As of January 28th 2018 the system for calling 911 has been restored. If you have an emergency you are now able to report it by calling 911. Thank you.

This is the Norton County Sheriff's Office on 01-27-2018 at 6:38 P.M. The 911 systems are down in Northwest Kansas due to unknown problem. If you have an emergency and are needing to call 911 for Norton County, please dial our admin line of 785-877-5780. We will send out another message when lines have been restored.

The roads are snow packed and slick! Do not drive if you do not have to! Please stay home and stay safe!

The Norton Police Department would like to alert our citizen’s of an ongoing phone scam. Persons have been receiving telephone calls from individuals identifying themselves as members of the Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes. The callers then tell the person they have won a sweepstakes and in order to receive their prize, they must mail a check. THIS ENTIRE TRANSACTION IS A FINANCIAL SCAM. The Norton Police would like to remind everyone to never provide personal or financial information or agree to provide anyone money by telephone or mail. This includes checks of any kind and transfers from one bank card, debit card, or money card to another card. If you ever have a question over a telephone call of this nature ask the individual for a call back number and name. Then contact your local police or sheriff’s department and discuss the call with them. The Norton Police Department will be happy to respond and provide you the necessary assistance in investigating this type of call. Please be aware and do not fall for these scams!

Please read and be aware! There are scammers everywhere!

Our Tip a Cop fundraiser, last evening, for the Blue Santa Toy Drive was amazing! We would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to the community, Pizza Hut, KQNK Radio and Santa Claus for helping make last night such a huge success! We would also like to take a moment to thank Sleep Inn & Suites and the staff that courteously hosted the Coffee with a Cop event introducing our new officers and staff last week!

Tomorrow is the day! Come support a great cause!