Police Department

Overland Park Police Department is a premier operation with high ethical standards and a record of excellence. Our city has one of the lowest crime rates among similar-sized communities.

The department’s success is directly tied to resident involvement. By establishing key partnerships with residents, we can better understand our neighbors, identify problems in the community and provide solutions for them.

Police Reports

If you have an emergency, call 911.

We encourage you to avoid filing non-emergency police reports in-person. Make a report online or call 913-895-6300 (select option 3) between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. to make a report over the phone. If necessary, dispatch will send an officer to you to make a report.


Dial 911

Non-emergency contact



Administrative Offices
12400 Foster
Overland Park, KS 66213

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Chief’s Message

Overland Park residents, business owners, and visitors,

The Overland Park Police Department is dedicated to the safety and welfare of the community and the men and women who protect them. As your police chief, I ensure our department serves the community with integrity. We treat every individual with whom we interact fairly, lawfully, and professionally.

The Commission on Law Enforcement Accreditation recognizes the Overland Park Police Department’s professional excellence, commitment to continuous development, and professional delivery of public safety services. We strive to reflect the community we serve, and it is our responsibility to create an inclusive environment and respect the dignity and diversity of all people we serve.

I’m proud of the members of this organization and our commitment to the people of Overland Park.

Frank Donchez
Police Chief

Department Snapshot

  • 330 full-time employees
  • 280 commissioned officers
  • Bureaus
    • Operations Bureau, including the downtown and parkway patrol divisions, community policing, crisis intervention team, school resources officers, and more.
    • Services Bureau, including investigations, support services, and the office of professional standards.
  • Special services, including fingerprinting, child seat safety checks, prescription drug collection, and more.

Annual Report

Read OPPD’s annual report and watch a message from the chief to learn more about the Overland Park officers who work to keep the City safe.

Read the Annual Report

Upcoming Events

See what’s coming up with OPPD and meet us out in the community.