Public Information Officer
The Riley County Police Department's point of contact for all media requests and public relations is the Public Information Officer (PIO). The role of the PIO is to maintain positive and open communications with the media and the public. The PIO will also ensure citizens' awareness of items relating to the Police Department, public safety, and both state and local laws.
The Riley County Police has a designated PIO who ensures that all media inquiries and public relations events are handled in a timely and efficient manner. RCPD is currently hiring for a full-time Public Information Officer.
The Riley County Police Department (RCPD) is a major source of news in the Riley County community. Like the news media, RCPD operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We serve the citizens of this community, in part, through collecting and sharing important information.
Please reference the Media Guide for information on how to schedule interviews, receive information from RCPD, schedule interviews, and find proper resources.
- Crime Mapping
Crime mapping for our area is based on crime data collected by the Riley County Police Department with the cooperation of LexisNexis.
This information is provided to the public as a way to obtain public assistance in identifying persons with active arrest warrants in the Riley County Police Department files. Click here to see our most recent list of warrants in Riley County.
- Crime Stats
RCPD releases monthly and yearly Crime Stats for Riley County.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation also releases state-wide stats.
- 2022 Year-End Crime Analysis
- Budget and Finance
The mission of the Riley County Police Department Finance Office is to minimize the financial and social cost of public safety. To see more information about our budget and finance, click here.
- Fake Patty's Day
Information on Fake Patty's Day can be found by clicking here.
- Fingerprinting Services
- Found Property
Found property is held by the Riley County Police Department for 60 days. If you are missing any of the following property you can contact RCPD at 785-537-2112, ext. 1906. You will need to provide proof of ownership to make a claim.
Case Number Property Number Date Item 23-006606 261668 December 4, 2023 Backpack to Ronnell Jones 23-006594 261599 December 4, 2023 Keys 23-006544 261588 December 1, 2023 Wallet 23-006493 261550 November 29, 2023 Papers for Alex Sanner 23-006407 261484 November 24, 2023 Cellphone 23-006358 261529 November 21, 2023 Necklace 23-006394 261482 November 22, 2023 Card to Christopher Marx and Keys 23-006315 261450 November 18, 2023 Currency 23-006269 261422 November 16, 2023 Keys 23-006248 261399 November 15, 2023 Wallet to Douglas Carson 23-006207 261381 November 13, 2023 Card to Lori Souliere 23-006202 261377 November 14, 2023 Keys 23-006008 261248 November 2, 2023 Cellphone 23-005931 261193 October 30, 2023 Ipad 23-005860 261117 October 25, 2023 Bookbag and items to Avery Butler and Leah Gustin 23-005827 260966 October 23, 2023 DL to Quinn Fullerton 23-005773 260940 October 21, 2023 Cellphone
- Local Firework Regulations
How to File a Complaint
- KSU Football Traffic / Parking