Topeka Police Department

  • Agency: Topeka Police Department
  • Address: 320 S Kansas, Suite 100, Topeka, 66603 KS
  • Chief: Ron Miller (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-368-9551
Fax: 785-368-9458
Email:

Topeka Police Department is located at 320 S Kansas, Suite 100, Topeka, 66603 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Ron Miller. The Topeka Police Department phone number is 785-368-9551.

Topeka Police Department News

UPDATE: We have returned to normal accident reporting. Due to inclement weather, we are now in the walk-in accident reporting phase for the entire city of Topeka. We will only respond to accidents involving: ➡️ Possible injuries ➡️ Impairment of driver ➡️ Hit-and-run ➡️ Damage to a vehicle requiring towing All other drivers involved in accidents, please exchange insurance and contact information at the scene and come down to the Law Enforcement Center to file a report.

Honoring our heroes this Veterans Day. There are more than 60 active duty or former service men and women at the Topeka Police Department, both civilian and sworn. We are so grateful to them for their service and the sacrifices they continue to make in our community today.

TPD’s Pipe and Drums participated in the Topeka Veterans Parade today. 🇺🇸 A special thanks goes out to our TPD Citizens Academy Ambassadors for sharing this great photo taken by Keith Horinek!

Camera Giveaway #2 !!! TPD will be giving away more HD Wi-Fi home cameras to whoever can fill in the blank with the most original response. The top 2 responses will win a free camera.

If you go outside, you can hear the faint nail biting of all the auto insurance agents, bracing for Topeka's second snow of the year. Drive safe, Topekans.

Our Explorers exemplify the very best of our American youth and we are so proud to have them. Pictured here is Explorer Corporal Andrea Parrett. Explorer Parrett has spent many hours riding along with officers on both second and third shift. This week she made these bags to give out to the homeless. They contained food, water, socks and hygiene items. Thank you Andrea for your compassion to those in need and your continued dedication to our Explorer Post! If you know a 14-20 year old who would be interested in our Explorer program, we are taking applications. Please call Officer Brandon Gogian at (785) 368-9453 or email him at bgogian@topeka.org. You can also call Officer Wall at (785) 368-3051 or email him at awall@topeka.org.

PLEASE SHARE: Do you know these people? We are looking to identify and speak with them about a theft case that happened November 1st in the 3700 block of SE 45th St. If you know who they are, please contact Detective Riggin at vriggin@topeka.org. You can also make anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers by calling (785) 234-0007 or by going online to www.p3tips.com/128.

A look at Topeka’s new recruit officers in training! #tpdclass56 We are already searching for applicants for our next class. Interested? Apply for the November 16 testing date: https://www.topeka.org/hr/police-officer-exam/

This is why we do what we do. Landon wants to be police officer when he grows up and we hope he chooses TPD when the time comes! His Aunt sent us this picture and wrote, “Sergeant Ruben Salamanca took time out of his day to show my 5-year-old nephew around the academy as he hopes to be a police officer one day. This is something he has not stopped talking about. Many people have commented on how awesome this experience for him was. So thank you to Sgt. Salamanca and the Topeka Police Department!”

Update: Wahkunah Blevins and Michael Brackemyer are the winners! Congrats! Please send us a message on Facebook to claim your camera. We will be posting about the next giveaway soon! CAMERA GIVEAWAY!!! TPD will be giving away HD Wi-Fi home cameras to whoever can come up with the best excuse for getting pulled over or for getting out of a ticket. Write your excuse in the comment section below. The top two excuses will win a free camera.

Attempt to Identify for Battery The Topeka Police Department is looking to identify and speak with the below pictured subject in reference a battery that occurred on October 1st in the 1500 Blk of SW Wanamaker. If you know who this subject is or know his whereabouts please contact Detective K. Iams at 785-368-9026 or email her at Kiams@Topeka.org CS#2018-99104

UPCOMING GIVEAWAY!!! In the month of November we will be giving away 10 high definition indoor home cameras on our social media accounts FOR FREE! We hope the recipients will use these cameras to help protect their homes and in the unfortunate event of a crime, the cameras will be able to provide valuable evidence to aid in the capture and prosecution of the criminals. STAY TUNED!!!

Don't forget to come cheer on your FAVORITE first responders team this Sunday! The Battle of the Badges is on at Yager Stadium! Kansas Highway Patrol Shawnee County Sheriff's Office Topeka Fire Department

Topeka Police Officers will be participating in No-Shave November to fundraise for the FOP Foundation’s Fallen Officers Fund. This fund directly benefits loved ones of fallen officers in the state of Kansas and officers injured in the line of duty. During the month of November, male officers may grow facial hair and female officers may color their hair or nails outside the normal policy parameters.

Over 2,000 people came to last nights Topeka Police and Shawnee County Sheriff's Office Trunk or Treat! A huge thank you to everyone who partnered with us to make this night such a success. It wouldn’t have been possible without the Topeka Fire Department, the Kansas Highway Patrol, Washburn University Police, Topeka Public Schools Police, the Shawnee County District Attorney’s Office, the Shawnee County Department of Corrections, the Shawnee County Emergency Communications Center, Shawnee County Parks + Recreation, Safe Streets Coalition, Majic 107.7, Topeka Pilots Hockey, Citizens Academy Ambassadors, Boys & Girls Clubs of Topeka, Topeka Police Explorers, VIPS and Chaplains. We would also like to thank Dillons, Mars, Frito Lay, McDonald’s, St. Matthew Catholic Church and the Kansas Department of Corrections for providing candy and goodies for the kids! More pictures will be added throughout the day!

HAPPENING NOW: TPD and Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office Trunk or Treat!

TPD’s newest SWAT team member. #TPDTrunkorTreat

Check out some of our records clerks in their Halloween costumes! How do you think they did?!

Use Caution. We continue to enforce school bus stop sign violations.

Don’t forget that tomorrow is Trunk or Treat in front of the LEC from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.! If your kid can’t decide what to dress as, we suggest police officer. Firefighter is cool too, but just know they have to wait to get candy until the police kids tell them it’s safe to come in.

The results are in! We collected 318 lbs. of unused or unwanted prescription drugs at Saturday's DEA National Drug Take Back Day. Thank you to the Topeka citizens who helped prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths by participating in this event.

He sees you when you’re driving. He knows when you’re not wearing your seatbelt. He knows if you’ve been wearing it or not so wear your seatbelt for goodness sake.

With a heavy heart we want the public to know that the Topeka Police Department stands with the Tree of Life Synagogue, the victims and family of victims of the horrific shooting, and with all law enforcement and first responders in Pittsburgh. Sadly, we know that this type of tragedy can happen anywhere and we want to remind all areas of worship in Topeka and individuals of faith that your safety is extremely important to us. Starting in February we hosted several Safe Church courses where we focused on safety at places of worship. Over 200 churches attended our training. We also offered a free security assessment to every church in Topeka. If your church did not receive the security assessment, you can still have that done at any time, just contact Lt. Steve Roth at (785) 368-9404 or email him at sroth@topeka.org. Also, if you were not able to make the training course, we have posted videos of the training on the Topeka Police Department YouTube page. Just follow these links: Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UtgBEh-pLQ Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cBaqsTld1o

3️⃣️ days until Halloween! Today's safety tip: After your kids get home from trick-or-treating, check out the treats under well lit conditions and throw away anything that isn't wrapped or has strange wrapping.

4️⃣ days until Halloween! We’re back with another safety tip today. Make sure to set a time limit for your children to trick-or treat. Also, be sure to map out a safe route.