OUR MISSION IS TO PARTNER WITH THE COMMUNITY TO PREVENT CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY IN A MANNER THAT IS FAIR, IMPARTIAL, TRANSPARENT, AND CONSISTENT.
REPORT A CRIME
You can always submit a non-emergency report online, and automatically receive a copy of your report for free. Police Department staff will review all cases filed using the online police reporting system. An Officer may follow up with you if requested or further investigation is required. You can create an online report by using the ONLINE REPORTING SYSTEM by clicking on the link to the left. Reports should be detailed with as much information as possible , including the date, time, and location of where the crime occurred. After submitting a report, you will receive a copy of the report that can be printed for your records. Please note that if a crime has occurred outside the City of Valley Falls, please contact the Jefferson County 911 center at (785) 863- 2351 for further assistance.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES
THE SEXUAL TRAMA & ABUSE CENTER
313 Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa, KS
If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual abuse, The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center has an office located at 313 Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa, KS. A Victim Advocate is there on Mondays from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM and is available any day via appointment.
As always, if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or other related crimes, please report the information to the Valley Falls Police Department.
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Valley Falls Police Department
417 Broadway St
Valley Falls, Kansas 66088
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I report a crime?
At the time of the incident. WHEN YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. This way officers can respond while the crime is occuring.
Why are VIN inspections required by the State of Kansas?
To protect consumers, discourage auto theft, and prevent the trafficking of stolen auto parts, the Motor Vehicle Enforcement (MVE) program conducts inspections on certain vehicles before they receive a Kansas title and registration.
Statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation indicate that nearly 1.2 million vehicles, costing more than $7.5 billion dollars, are stolen nationwide each year. More than 30% of these stolen vehicles are never recovered.
What are the circumstances in which a VIN inspection is required?
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspections are required in Kansas if:
- A vehicle has a title from a state other than Kansas or a foreign country
- A vehicle has been assembled, reconstructed, reconstituted, or restored from 1 or more vehicles
- The proper identification number of a vehicle is in doubt
This inspection must be completed before the Kansas Department of Revenue will issue a license tag or title for the vehicle.
The VIN inspections are conducted by trained law enforcement personnel employed by the Kansas Highway Patrol or designated law enforcement agencies across the state.