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Help RCPD Stop Sexual Assault

The Riley County Police Department is proud to have pledged our support of the “Yes, This Room.” public awareness campaign which seeks to raise awareness of sexual assault while combatting the normalization of sexual violence in our society. 

Sexual Assault and Response

Sexual assault can affect anyone regardless of age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, educational status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and location.  In Kansas, Sexual Assault crimes include rape, criminal sodomy, and sexual battery, and these crimes are amongst the most underreported with law enforcement.  According to Kansas Coalition against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, within Kansas 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men have reported being raped in their lifetime. 

Traffic Safety/Educational Material

Traffic Control by RCPD Officer

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports there are more than 1,700 fatalities and 840,000 injuries yearly due to vehicle crashes off public highways. Safety is a priority. Our mission is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on our roadways by getting drivers, pedestrians and cyclist to change their behaviors once they get behind the wheel or on the street.

Victim/Witness Information

Kansas law provides specific rights to victims of crime:

Burglary and Theft Prevention

Burglary Prevention

 The Riley County Police Department seeks your assistance in securing your property and making it a harder target from criminals.

Identity Theft Information and Instructions

What is Identity Theft? Identity theft occurs when someone steals your personal information and uses it to commit financial fraud or other crimes. Personal information includes your name, address, driver's license number, Social Security number, mother's maiden name, birth date, bank account, credit card, or PIN number. ID Theft Warning Signs

RCPD Mental Health Co-Responders

In March 2017, the Riley County Police Department in conjunction with Pawnee Mental Health Services created two mental health co-responder positions to provide officers assistance serving citizens in crises situations.