Chief of Police
p. (316) 722-1433
10100 W Grady Ave.
P.O. Box 245
Maize, KS 67101
Well, as the saying goes, “Time Flies”. It has been
months since I last sent out a department update on how things
are going. As I mentioned in July, we were working to fill our
open positions and add additional SRO’s in partnership with the
Maize School District. I am happy to report that we were able to
get that completed. We are one of the few departments around
that have School Resource Officers working in schools from
grades 5 through 12. The six SRO’s have been doing amazing
work in connecting with the youth in our schools and keeping our
schools safe. I want to give a big thank you to the City Council
and City Administration for their support on this endeavor.
Officer Faber and Morales graduated from KLETC in November
and are currently going through Field Training. They both should
be out on their own by the end of January. So, if you see them
out tell them hello and congratulations.
As I mentioned in July, we are trying to optimize our use
of technology to keep our community safe. We have updated our
Axon technology and as we speak, FLOCK is being installed in
strategic locations to enhance safety and investigations.
I am glad to say we are fully staffed, and I am blessed
that we have such an amazing team of police professionals. As I
have told many people, before working for the Maize PD, my
impression was that Maize had a professional and dedicated team
of law enforcement professionals working here. I am proud to
say, now that I have been here for nine months, my
impression was spot on.
I am excited for what the next year holds in
Chief of Police
Maize Police Department provides 24 hour police protection and services 365
days a year to our citizens, businesses,
schools and visitors. Officers of the Maize Police Department are charged with enforcing the city
ordinances of Maize as well as state and federal laws and work in
partnership with the residents of Maize to address community concerns and
problems. Maize Police Officers are dual commissioned by the
Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office to respond and provide mutual
aid in any area of Sedgwick County when requested or in the
With integrity and professional respect for all individuals,
the officers of the Maize Police Department shall provide
ethical and impartial services to maintain a safe community.
Respect – Showing
dignity and compassion for all.
Integrity – Doing
what is right even when no one is watching.
Service – Fully
supporting and defending the rights of individuals through professional, fair,
and compassionate service.
Ethical Conduct –
Continuously reflecting on our own beliefs and actions to ensure that we hold
ourselves to the highest standards.
"You Police, Our Community"
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 / Extra Watch Request
before you leave town.
The Maize Police Department provides employment fingerprinting every Wednesday from
Through the integration of its population into every aspect of quality education, civic improvements, community appearance, commerce and recreation, Maize shall preserve its small town atmosphere and become the best small city in Kansas.
"Where Community Counts"
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