Community Policing

Neighborhood Watch


The Valley Center Police Department encourages the citizens of Valley Center to get involved with a Neighborhood Watch Program. A Neighborhood Watch helps the entire community by providing needed information to Officers and Detectives in a timely fashion.

If you would like more information about or you are interested in starting your own Neighborhood Watch Program please contact Detective Grayson at (316) 755-7325.

Block Parties


By approval from the Chief of Police, you may request a street closing for a Block Party. Requests must be made at least two weeks prior to the date of the Block Party. Please contact Chief Mark Hephner at (316) 755-7325.

Kansas Vulnerable Needs Planning System


What is it?
A system that allows residents with special needs the opportunity to provide information to assist in planning to meet their needs before, during, and after emergencies.

Who are those with special needs?
"Populations whose members may have additional needs before, during and after an incident in functional areas including but not limited to: maintaining independence, communication, transportation, supervision and medical care. Individuals potentially in need of additional assistance during emergencies may include those with have disabilities; those who live in institutional-ized settings; the elderly and children; those from diverse cultures; those with limited English proficiency or are non-English speaking; and individuals who are transportation disadvantaged."

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