Community Services

Child Safety Restraints
The Spring Hill Police Department has employed a Child Safety Restraint Technician, Corporal Jese Sjorlund, to provide education and hands-on experience regarding child safety restraints. Download this flyer to learn more. To make an appointment, email Cpl. Sjorlund at Also, ask about the benefits of the W.H.A.L.E Program for your child!

Resident Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting (by appointment only) is offered to the public for $25 per card at the Spring Hill Police Department. Appointment hours are Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays only from 9 a.m. to noon. Please call (913) 592-2700 to make your appointment.


The Spring Hill Police Department, in conjunction with the Masonic Lodge, provides this service throughout the year. Children are photographed and fingerprinted at no cost to the parent. The parent is given the information for use in the event the child becomes lost, abducted, or is otherwise unaccounted for and law enforcement is contacted. Ident-a-Kid can be offered at a wide range of venues, including school fairs, block parties, and other community gatherings. Please coordinate this program through the police department well in advance, as it is manpower-intensive.

Block Party Permits

Interesting in hosting a block party? Simply fill out this application and return the completed form to the police department.

Good Day Spring Hill

This program provides people who live alone a secure feeling in knowing that someone is in contact with them daily and will provide them with help when needed.

If you are interested in being a part of the “Good Day Spring Hill” program, please fill out this questionnaire and return it to the police department. It is very important you provide us with all of the information requested so that we can contact the necessary persons in the event of an emergency.

Should you have any questions about our program, please call us at (913) 592-2700, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Neighborhood Watch

The police department will assist any neighborhoods with implementing the Neighborhood Watch Program.

Vacation Home Checks

The police department offers residents an opportunity to have their homes checked by police patrols during vacations, business travel or other times when residents are away from their home for extended periods of time. Residents must fill out a House Watch Report form and return it to the police department or fill out the form in person at the police department. Please do not sign the "Report By" line on the form. 

Community Education Programs

The police department provides a wide range of services to the community. These include, but are not limited to, the following service programs:
  • Explorer Program
  • Citizen Ride-Along Program