Kansas Law Enforcement and Other Related Links

Kansas Highway Patrol
KHP Capitol Police Facebook Page

Honoring Our Fallen - Ten Kansas Highway Patrol troopers have made the supreme sacrifice while serving the citizens of Kansas. In the finest tradition of the Patrol, these brave professionals gave all in their interest of providing Service, Courtesy, and Protection.

Suicide Prevention Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
CopLine: 1-800-267-5463

Safety Tips and Information Resources

Driving Conditions

Road and Runway Weather Information
Road Conditions - Dial 511
Road Conditions - Kansas Turnpike

Be Alert, Slow Down/Move Over Law - Read it here
The law in Kansas requires motorists to approach cautiously when an emergency vehicle is stopped ahead with its lights flashing.  Motorists must change lanes away from the emergency vehicle if they are on a multilane highway and can do so SAFELY.  If drivers can't change lanes safely, or they are on a two-lane highway, they must slow down while maintaining a safe speed so as not to impede other traffic.

Keeping Kids Safe

Kansas Amber Alert Plan

National Center for Missing or Exploited Children

Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet

KANSAS SCHOOL SAFETY HOTLINE - The Kansas State Department of Education, in cooperation with the Kansas Highway Patrol, has established a school safety hotline. This hotline is a toll free number available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year to give students, parents, and community members the opportunity to report any impending school violence. As you are aware, students usually have knowledge of potential school violence before it occurs. This hotline gives students the opportunity to anonymously report any potential violence.

The Kansas School Safety Hotline Number is 1-877-626-8203

Other Safety Resources

U.S. Department of Homeland Security