December 23, 2019
A holiday message from the Mental Health Co Responders at RCPD:
December 20, 2019
On Thursday, December 26th through Wednesday, January 1st the Riley County Police Department is joining other local and state police agencies across Kansas in a concentrated effort to remove drunk and other drugged drivers from the roads. ‘Taking Down DUI,’ is a campaign facilitated by the Kansas Department of Transportation.
December 16, 2019
“Simply put, I am living the dream. As long as I can remember I wanted to ‘be a police officer when I grow up.’ That was my dream job. I have been living the dream for the last 35 years,” Moldrup said. “When I was hired in 1985, I never anticipated that I would eventually be asked to be the Interim Assistant Director, let alone be selected to serve in that capacity on a permanent basis.”
December 9, 2019
December 3, 2019
The Riley County Police Department has updated its sexual assault reporting policy to give voice to victims by providing new options in the investigation process. We are calling this updated policy, “Your Option. Your Control,” because victims will now have control over choosing one of three investigation options for their case.
“The most important goal of this new policy is to break down the barriers to reporting and increase the number of reports we receive,” Investigation Captain Tim Hegarty said.