Become a Topeka Police Officer
Resources & Programs
Code Red enrollment
Crime Victim Assistance
Human Trafficking Awareness Training
ID Cards For the Unsheltered
Police-Community Relations Initiative
Quarterly Community Meetings
During the month of February, the Topeka Police Department will be hosting four community meetings throughout the city of Topeka.
Gain knowledge on police matters in your neighborhood
Talk with Code Enforcement and Animal Control about ongoing issues
Hear from neighborhood organizations including Safe Streets Coalition and City of Topeka Neighborhood Relations about ways you can get involved
Learn about what resources are available
Monday, February 3
Garfield Community Center
Tuesday, February 4
Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library
Marvin Auditorium 101B
Wednesday, February 5
Hillcrest Community Center
Thursday, February 6
Crestview Community Center
Future meetings will be posted here.
Businesses wishing to set up an account are requested to contact Carfax. Carfax representatives will work with you to get your account running with a single invoice each month for multiple purchases.”
The mission of the Topeka Police Department is to provide a safe community and faithfully serve our citizens with impeccable integrity, enduring professionalism and immeasurable honor.
The Topeka Police Department is committed to providing a safe environment for the citizens who live, work and play in our capital city. We will constantly evaluate and improve our efforts to partner with our community with the goal of improving the quality of life in Topeka, Kansas.