CALDWELL POLICE DEPARTMENT
The mission of the Caldwell Police Department is to better the quality of life of residents and visitors experience through effective crime reduction, preservation of the peace, and responsiveness to social changes in the community, accomplished through proactive policing and crime prevention.
Municipal Court is held on the 3rd Monday of every month at 10:00 a.m. in the Public Works Building, 113 South Main. The Municipal Judge is the Honorable Shawn DeJarnett. The City Prosecutor is Troy Dierking. Tickets may be paid in person at City Hall, 14 West Central Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Questions regarding your court date or ticket may be directed to City Hall at 620-845-6514.
The goal of our Chief and Officers is to provide a safe community, which includes the policing of stray dogs. All dogs that are apprehended and unable to be matched with their owner through registration records with the City will be held at the City Pound.
City Ordinance requires that all dogs living within the city limits of Caldwell MUST be registered at City Hall. In order to receive your registration, valid proof of rabies vaccination is required. The City, at the beginning of the year does hold a community wide Rabies Vaccination yearly. This is usually held in January or February each year at the Public Works Building.
Cost Schedule to Register Dogs
Spayed/Neutered Not Altered
If you believe that your dog may be at the local pound please call the Police Department at 1-620-845-2323 or City Hall at 1-620-845-6514.