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Whether you are looking for specific information or have just stopped by to browse, we invite you to explore our site and learn about what the Pratt County Kansas Sheriff’s Office does and how we can serve you.

To the Business and Professional Community:

This letter is to introduce a representative of L.A.W. Publications who is working with us in our ongoing crime prevention, safety education and substance abuse programs. We are strongly committed to drug awareness and safety education and must continually look for quality resources to increase the success of these services throughout our community.

You can assist us by allowing L.A.W. Publications’ representative a few moments to explain this project and how you, as a sponsor, can help provide this valuable information to our community.

I would like to thank you in advance for your time and consideration of this project. We believe that education is the first step in making a difference. With your help, we will continue this battle to protect our children and our community. If you have any questions, please feel free to call.

Thank you for you assistance.

James R White

Scam Alert: Multiple businesses in the Pratt area have reported receiving phone calls from unknown numbers. These callers are pretending to be from the Pratt County Sheriff’s Office and are requesting that money be sent to them to resolve an issue with a bank account. Please note that these calls are scams and should be ignored. Never give personal or financial information to these callers. Crime Alert: There has been an increase in burglaries lately in the Pratt area. While we work to bring an end to these burglaries, please ensure to properly secure all of your valuables and properties. Never hesitate to report any suspicious activity.

Date, 04/03/2024
In response to the numerous calls of concerned citizens we would like to announce that no law enforcement personnel were injured during the pursuit on the morning of 04/02/2024. The Sheriffs Office did sustain substantial damage to the patrol fleet, when the suspect intentionally struck two Sheriff’s Office vehicles multiple times during the pursuit taking them out of service. The Sheriffs vehicle also took front end damage trying to disable the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect’s vehicle was disable and the suspect was taken into custody.

Thank you all for your concern and comments. All deputies have been advised of your calls and they are greatly appreciated.