Park City Police Department

  • Agency: Park City Police Department
  • Address: 6110 N Hydraulic Ave, Park City, 67219 KS
  • Chief: William Edwards (Chief of Police)
Phone: 316-744-2011
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Park City Police Department is located at 6110 N Hydraulic Ave, Park City, 67219 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is William Edwards. The Park City Police Department phone number is 316-744-2011.

Park City Police Department News

This gentleman showed up at Trunk or Treat tonight. Due to complaints, our officers escorted him out, because he hadn’t taken a bath recently.😬

Happy halloween

Park City Police Department Published by John Smith · Just now · On Sunday, November 4th, Broadway will be closed from 45th St to 85th St from 1 pm to 3 pm for the toy run. Expect delays and plan on a different route during that time.

Park City Police Department Published by John Smith · Just now · On Sunday, November 4th, Broadway will be closed from 45th St to 85th St from 1 pm to 3 pm for the toy run. Expect delays and plan on a different route during that time.

Park City Police Department Published by John Smith · Just now · On Sunday, November 4th, Broadway will be closed from 45th St to 85th St from 1 pm to 3 pm for the toy run. Expect delays and plan on a different route during that time.

On Sunday, November 4th, Broadway will be closed from 45th St to 85th St from 1 pm to 3 pm for the toy run. Expect delays and plan on a different route during that time.

"National Walk to School Day" was held on October 10th. We had the privilege of taking the "Walking School Bus" with some Chisholm Trail Elementary School students. Despite the nasty weather, it was a great time!

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KIDS WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE! Please help us keep kids warm this winter by donating new or gently used coats, hats, gloves and scarves. Clothing will go to children in need at Chisholm Trail Elementary School and the Wichita Children's Home.

SPECIAL NOTICE: There have been some recent posts about a white van with suspicious persons in Park City. Occasionally, a real incident occurs, but rumors and misinformation begin to spread and create undue concern. On Sept. 19th, our officers received a call about a suspicious white van in the 2600 block of E. Sunnyslope Ct. The occupants of the van were delivering phone books. On Sept. 13th, officers received a report of a Buick car driving through the neighborhood in the 6600 block of N. Tarrytown with 3 males who were wearing masks. Upon further investigation, officers determined that these were actually children wearing Halloween masks who were in the vehicle. Our department has NOT received any verified reports from anyone who has actually seen a suspicious white van driving through neighborhoods with adult occupants who are wearing masks. If you see anything suspicious, we ENCOURAGE you to always call 911 immediately! Please do not rely on social media as a means to report anything to the police. The Park City Police Department asks you to call 911 if you need an officer for ANY reason, whether or not it is an emergency. An officer will be dispatched, and will either come to your location or call you by phone, depending upon the circumstances. Your cooperation will help make our city safer, and will reduce the spread of rumors that tend to become inaccurate and cause unnecessary alarm. Thank you.

The members of the Park City Police Department extend our most sincere condolences to the family members of Deputy Robert Kunze, as well as to all the members of the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office. Until a couple of years ago, Deputy Kunze often worked the area that includes Park City.

Don't become a victim! Recently there has been an uptick in property thefts from vehicles. Some of the most common occurrences involve vehicles not being locked and/or valuables being left inside the vehicle. Lock your doors, take your valuables inside and turn on your porch lights at night. This little bit can save you the time/money it will cost you to replace certain items.

Some statistics about fatalities in Kansas. Remember, Click It Or Ticket and You Drink, Your Drive, You Lose. http://www.ksdot.org/Assets/wwwksdotorg/bureaus/burTrafficSaf/reports/reportspdf/2016AnnualDashboardReport.pdf

Park City Police Department officers and staff members greeted Chisholm Trail Elementary students as they returned for the first day of the new school year. WELCOME BACK!!!

We would like to introduce the newest member of the Park City Police Department, Officer Cole Haas. Officer Haas graduated from the 14-week Basic Training class at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center on August 10th. He is now completing approximately 10 weeks of field training with an experienced officer. Officer Haas previous served as a detention deputy at the Sedgwick County Adult Detention Facility. Congratulations, Officer Haas!

What do you think? Should the Park City Police Department participate in the "Lip Sync Challenge"?

Damien T. Graves is wanted by the Park City Police Department for Domestic Violence Battery. He is 6'4" and 200 lbs. If you have seen him or know of his whereabouts please call 911 and ask for a Park City officer.

The 10th Annual Park City Fishing Derby on June 16th was a great success! Officers Brenda Adams and Randy Browning had the opportunity to visit with lots of kids and adults who attended.

4th of July non-emergency complaint phone number.

4th of July non-emergency complaint phone number.

4th of July non-emergency complaint phone number.

Recently there has been a rise in the use of BB guns and Bow and Arrows in the city. Here is the law regarding the use of both: 11-123. SECTION 10.6 AIR GUN, AIR RIFLE, BOW AND ARROW, SLINGSHOT, BB GUN OR PAINT BALL GUN. Section 10.6 of the Uniform Public Offense Code relating to the operation of an air gun, air rifle, bow and arrow, slingshot, BB gun or paint ball gun within the city is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.6 AIR GUN, AIR RIFLE, BOW AND ARROW, SLINGSHOT, BB GUN OR PAINT BALL GUN. The unlawful operation of an air gun, air rifle, bow and arrow, slingshot, BB gun or paint ball gun is the shooting, discharging or operating of any air gun, air rifle, bow and arrow, BB gun or paint ball gun within the city, except within the confines of a building or other structure from which the projectile cannot escape. EXCEPTION. This section shall not apply to the discharge of bows and arrows, pellet guns, BB guns, paint guns, air guns or air rifles on one’s own property, providing that said property is a parcel consisting of five (5) or more acres, and so long as said discharge is no closer than three hundred feet (300’) to any structure on any adjoining parcel of land. That in addition to property owners of parcels identified above, these exceptions shall extend to leaseholders of single-family dwellings, and/or persons with written permission granted by the property owner. However, in order for any minor child to fall within this exception, he or she must be accompanied by and/or supervised by a parent, grandparent, or guardian at the time of the discharge of a bow and arrow, pellet gun, BB gun, paint gun, air gun or air rifle. Unlawful operation of an air gun, air rifle, bow and arrow, slingshot, BB gun or paint ball gun is a Class C violation."