Kingman Police Department
City of Kingman
(620) 532-3111
324 North Main St.
P. O. Box 168
Kingman, KS 67068-0168

Emergency __ 911

Kingman Law Enforcement Center

120 N. Spruce Street
Kingman, Kansas 67068
Police Chief-David Lux
mail to:dlux@cityofkingman.com
Administration
Phone: (620) 532-3138
Fax: (620) 543-3216

The first city marshall was William A. "Bill" Fossett. When he left Kingman he became a U.S. Marshall at Kingfisher, Oklahoma.

The second City Marshall appointed by the city council was James Shepherd "Shep" Wrenchey, whose name is mounted on the name plaque of the 1888 City Hall building.

Other Related Phone Numbers

Crisis Center 800_701_3630 or (620) 663_2522
For sexual assault and domestic violence

Driver's Examiner Office (620) 532_5080
NOTE: Cash or check are only forms of payment accepted

Wednesday
Full Service Examiner Here
8:30 a.m. - noon and 1 - 4:00 p.m.
Any applicant needing a written test or driving test
will not be accepted after 3 p.m.
Please call ahead for testing.





Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(open through lunch hour)
Basic Class C & M Renewals only available on Thursday
Open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays
130 N Spruce Street, Kingman, KS

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Center
(620) 532-1859
152 N Main, Kingman, KS

Adolescent Adult Family Recovery (620) 532-1890
333 N Main, Kingman, KS

Kansas Road Conditions 800_585_7623

Kansas School Safety Hotline 877_626_8203

Kingman County Sheriff (620) 532_5133

Staff
The Kingman police department employs seven (7) commissioned police officers including the Chief of Police, two captains, and four patrol officers. All Kingman police officers are dual trained as law enforcement officers and emergency medical technicians.

Programs

Dangerous Stranger
Drug Awareness
School Event Security
Stalking Kit Available
Vehicle Registration

Joining the Kingman Police Department
Minimum Qualifications for Patrol Officer:
U. S. Citizen
Be at least 21 years old by the time of hire.
High school Graduate or have a GED certificate.
Has no criminal record.
No convictions or expunged convictions by any state or federal government of a crime which is a felony or equivalent under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Good moral character.
Completed and passed a psychological evaluation.
Free of physical or mental condition which might adversely affect the applicants performance of a police officer or law enforcement officer duties.
Hiring Procedure
Meet all entrance requirements.
File an application with the Chief of Police.
Application review.
Candidate selection made for interviews.
Interviews conducted.
Background investigation.
Psychological evaluation completed.
Physical examination.
Appointment.
Six-month training period - Academy training if needed.