Records and Communications Division

Records


The Records Division of the Junction City Police Department is responsible for processing of all police reports and case related paperwork, imaging case files into the Records Management System, error checking police reports for accuracy, processing traffic citations, Law Enforcement Background Check requests, completing record checks according to the Kansas Open Records Act, NCIC validations, prepares monthly reports to the Kansas Bureau of Investigations, licensing, disseminating copies of reports to Law Enforcement agencies, and assisting citizens at the front desk.

If you need a copy of a record

For answers to frequently asked questions regarding Records Requests

Once you have finished filling out the Records Request form, please fax a copy of the request to the Police Department at 785-762-3931 or mail the request to us at: 210 E 9th Street; Junction City, KS; 66441. 


Communications Division


The Junction City Police Department’s 911 Dispatch Center serves as the public safety answering point for all 911 calls within Geary County as the critical link between responders and individuals seeking police, fire, or medical services. Under the supervision of the Director of Communications, Sharon Riley, dispatchers are on duty behind the scenes 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The 911 Dispatch Center receives calls for assistance and dispatches for the following agencies:

  • Junction City Police Department
  • Junction City Fire/EMS
  • Geary County Sheriff’s Office
  • Geary County Fire Department
  • Grandview Plaza Police Department
  • Grandview Plaza Fire Department

In addition to the responsibilities mentioned above, the 911 Dispatch Center also performs a multitude of other duties to include:

  • Weekly testing of emergency tornado sirens
  • Alarm Monitoring
  • Utilization of the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) and CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) systems
  • After hours contact for Junction City Public Works for water emergencies
  • Providing other assistance to the public
  1. Sharon Riley Staff Photo

    Sharon Riley

    Police Communications Director

    Prior to being appointed as Director of Police Communications in 2014,  Junction City High School graduate, Sharon Riley, started with the Junction City Police Department as a Dispatcher in March of 2004, having attended both Cloud County Community College and Barton Community College with an emphasis on Business Management. In 2009, Sharon’s keen abilities in the Dispatch Center earned her the role of Dispatch trainer where she excelled and was eventually promoted to Dispatcher II in 2010 where she supervised all Dispatchers assigned to her shift. Sharon’s proficient leadership skill coupled with her Dispatching experience earned her a promotion to the position of Communications Supervisor in 2011 where she oversaw day-to-day Dispatch happenings while also serving as the backup Terminal Agency Coordinator. In the role as Communications Supervisor, Sharon gained experience in assisting the Records Supervisor in managing the Emergency Communications Center and overseeing the agency’s Records Management System. In 2014, Sharon was promoted to the position of Director of Police Communications, managing both the Emergency Communications Center and the Records Division. In this capacity, Sharon is responsible for fulfilling duties as the agency’s Records Custodian, Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC), and administrator of the agency’s Records Management System.