The Maize Police Department provides 24 hour police protection and services 365 days a year. The department has an authorized staff of eight full-time officers including the Police Chief and four part-time officers. Officers of the Maize Police Department are charged with enforcing the city ordinances of Maize as well as state and federal laws and working in partnership with the residents of Maize to address community concerns and problems. Officers also provide "first responder" support to the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office when requested and provide secondary support to other nearby law enforcement agencies as needed.
Going on vacation or leaving town for a few days? The Maize Police Department will conduct extra patrols of your home while you're gone. Submit your Vacation Watch Request before you leave town.
On recommendations from the Department of Homeland Security and a recent upward trend of persons impersonating police and other public safety personnel, the Maize Police Department does not trade, sell, or otherwise distribute our shoulder patch or department insignias to collectors.
|Police Chief||Matthew Jensby|
|Community Policing Officer||Jillian Rhodes|
|Police Officer||Chris Freund|
|Police Officer||Rick Rudrow|
|Police Officer||Branden Stitt|
|Part-Time Police Officer||Brandon Endicott|
|Part-Time Police Officer||Kelly Otis|
|Part-Time Police Officer||Kevin Ternes|
|Reserve Police Officer||Ben Bradley|
|Reserve Police Officer||Brian Coon|
|Reserve Police Officer||Tedd Fitzmeir|
|Police Records Clerk||Lincoln Drake|
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The Maize Police Department is now providing crime mapping through crimereports.com. Visit our Crimereports.com page for more information and instructions on how to use the site.
The Maize Police Department has partnered with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office to provide Maize seniors with the S.E.N.I.O.R.S. program.