The "Electric City"

City of Horton

Brian Swenson

Police Officer

Lonnie Boller

Reserve Police Officer

Jason McManus

Police Officer

Donae Pierce

Dispatcher

Chandra Martin

Dispatcher

Trevor Roach

Police Officer

The following are the fees for items that can be purchased at the dispatch/police window at City Hall.


ACCIDENT REPORTS: $5.00


OFFENSE REPORTS: $5.00 (front page only)


DRIVER'S LICENSE REQUEST/HISTORY: $10.00 (fill out request)

BACKGROUND CHECK: $10.00

IMPOUND: $25.00 (initial admin fee)

PLUS TOW BILL: $15.00 per day thereafter

FINGERPRINTS: $10.00

COPIES: $.15 a piece

FAXES: $4.00 for 1st four pages/$1.00 each page after four/$.25 for each page received

DOG ADOPTION: $50.00 (sign agreement)

DOG POUND FEE: $6.00 per day

TAGS AND PERMITS CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED 

Brenda Tawzer

Dispatcher

Beth Larson

Dispatcher

Christopher Horns

Police Officer

Contact Information


Mailing Address:

Horton Police Department

P.O. Box 30

Horton, KS 66439-0030


Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency: (785) 486-2694

For General Police Inquiries: (785) 486-2694

Municipal Court: (785) 486-2681


Fax: (785) 486-2961


or e-mail the Court Clerk @ hcourtc@carsoncomm.com


To pay a traffic citation you can now use your debit/credit card online @ www.hortontix.com or 1-800-701-8560.

Jon Boller III

Assistant Chief of Police

Bruce Hodges

Police Officer

John Calhoon

Chief Of Police

James Stuart

Code Enforcement

Police Officer

Horton Police Department

    The City of Horton operates a full-time Police and Communications Department for the City of Horton. There are 5 full-time police officers and 2 part-time. The city operates a 24-hour dispatch center. They dispatch for the Horton area, the neighboring Kickapoo Tribe, and are also a backup for Brown County. The dispatchers are tasked with processing incoming police, fire, and EMS related 911 calls, and dispatch police, fire, EMS and other emergency units and personnel as needed according to established procedures. They monitor and operate emergency signaling, radio, computer, telephone, alarm, and other specialized equipment in support of public safety communications and dispatch functions.