What do I do if my car was broken into or vandalized?

File a Police Report Online or call our Automated Attendant at 785-368-9551.

Who do I talk to about an abandoned car on my street?

Report it in SeeClickFix.

I had an accident on private property. What do I do?

Exchange information and contact your insurance provider.

What is the crime rate in my neighborhood?

Call our statistical unit at 785-368-9043, or check the community crime map.

What do I do if I have a drug house in my neighborhood?

Call narcotics, or the community policing officer.

What do I do if my car or tag has been stolen?

Call 785-368-9551.

How do I get a copy of a report?

Call our records section – 785-368-9474.

Where do I get information on dog tags?

Call Animal Control785-368-9484.

Who is my community policing officer?

Call the community policing office at 785-368-9092, their hotline at 785-368-2500, or the
Community Policing Map.

How do I speak with a detective?

Call 785-368-9400.

How do I become a police officer?

View the Recruiting process online, or call Recruiting and Hiring at 785-368-9220.

How do I submit a noise complaint?

Call 785-368-9551.

How do I get my property back?

Call the property room 785-368-9482.

Can I use the Topeka Police firing range?

Call Chief’s Executive Officer, 785-368-9277.

I received a traffic ticket and I have a question about it.

Review this document on tickets. If you still have questions, call the issuing officer’s supervisor or call Municipal Court for a court date 785-368-3776.

How can I get a copy of a police report or an accident report?

Call the records section – 785-368-9474 – they can provide you costs and hours of operation.
Accident reports can be purchased online.

When do I call Animal Control for a dead or injured animal including wildlife?

Topeka Police Departments Animal Control can be called for any injured animal (including wildlife) at 785-368-9203.

Animal Control will dispose of any deceased animal on public streets or roadways (including wildlife) or deceased domestic animals on private property.

It shall be the property owner’s responsibility to remove any deceased wildlife on private property.

For additional information please refer to the following ordinance.  https://topeka.municipal.codes/TMC/6.05.130

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