Goodland Police Department

  • Agency: Goodland Police Department
  • Address: 204 W. 11th St., Goodland, 67735 KS
  • Chief: Raymond L Smee (Chief of Police)

Goodland Police Department is located at 204 W. 11th St., Goodland, 67735 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Raymond L Smee. The Goodland Police Department phone number is 785-890-4570.

Goodland Police Department News

Congratulations to Officer Nichole Stegman on her graduation from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center 252 Basic Training Class! When you see her out and about make sure to congratulate her on a job well done.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office and the family of the fallen deputy. Rest in peace. Thank you for your dedication and service.

It's almost time for the Battle of the Badges blood drive! Please add this event to your calendars and join your local first responders in donating for a tremendous cause!

Once again the Goodland Police Department is honored and privileged to participate in the Truck Convoy for Special Olympics. The Goodland Police Department would like to thank the Kansas Highway Patrol and the Sherman County Sheriff's Office for their assistance.

Congratulations to Officer Zachary Mader and Officer John Windle on their Special Commendation. Your brothers and sisters in blue are incredibly proud to serve beside you.

Electrical crews are working on the power outage. Please be courteous to other drivers. Remember, if the stop lights are out treat the intersection as a four way stop.

Sharing the Road with School Buses: If you're driving behind a bus, allow a greater following distance than if you were driving behind a car. It will give you more time to stop once the yellow lights start flashing. It is illegal in all 50 states to pass a school bus that is stopped to load or unload children. Never pass a bus from behind – or from either direction if you're on an undivided road – if it is stopped to load or unload children If the yellow or red lights are flashing and the stop arm is extended, traffic must stop The area 10 feet around a school bus is the most dangerous for children; stop far enough back to allow them space to safely enter and exit the bus Be alert; children often are unpredictable, and they tend to ignore hazards and take risks

Thank you to the citizens of Goodland for your continued support

Thank you to the Kansas Highway Patrol for asking us to take part in Operation Lifesaver! LEO's working together to help inform our citizens on railroad safety! There were 55 vehicles contacted, 9 pedestrians, 100 total pamphlets distributed in 30 minutes. 5 KHP personnel, 5 GPD personnel.

Cookies!! What an incredible way to start out our day!!

Today our blue family has mixed feelings of both happiness and sadness as we came together to celebrate the retirement of our Canine Flex. Flex began his service with the Goodland Police Department in 2015, and quickly became part of our team and community. He was partnered with Corporal Jason Erhart and they have patrolled the streets of Goodland with the dedication and tenacity that you expect from a hard-working, crime-fighting duo. We will miss seeing Flex every day, but we are excited to see him enjoy his much-deserved retirement that he will spend with his handler Corporal Erhart. From your brothers and sisters in blue..we salute you! Belgian Malinois, Flex (10 years) GPD Service 2015-2018

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! In cooperation with our local Kiwanis Club we currently have 22 bicycles at the Goodland Police Department to donate to children who do not have one. This is a nonprofit program to help all children ride into a happier, healthier childhood by providing bikes to those in most need. If your child or a child you know could benefit from this program please contact us at 785-890-4570.

Property Found This Samsung cellular phone was found in the 200 Block of Toelkes Dr on 6/18/2018. If you believe this item belongs to you or someone you know please contact the Goodland Police Department. Thank you!