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A Message from Chief Weible

Chief of Police Jeff WeibleI wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself and share some of the exciting things going on with the Maize Police Department. My name is Jeff Weible and I am the new Chief of Police for the Maize Police Department. I come to Maize after serving over 30 years with the Wichita Police Department. I retired from Wichita as the Captain over the Patrol North Bureau. In my time with Wichita, I had the opportunity to serve in several capacities: Patrol, Investigations, Community Policing, Sergeant, Lieutenant and Captain.

I am extremely excited to work in this new role. Our staff here at the Maize Police Department is top notch.  Currently, we are working to fill open positions and unlike the struggles of other departments around the nation, we have a very good applicant pool and should be fully staffed in the very near future.

Another item we've been working on is to add three School Resource Officers for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. The new positions will allow us to be more proactive and have positive interactions with the youth in our middle, intermediate and elementary schools. We are also working to improve our technology that will assist with protecting our community, which includes Axon camera updates (body-worn cameras) and Flock Safety license plate reading cameras.

This is an exciting time of growth for our Maize Community and the Maize Police Department. I am excited to be a part of this growth and serving as your Chief of Police.


Maize Police Shoulder Patch and BadgeThe Maize Police Department provides 24 hour police protection and services 365 days a year to our citizens, businesses, schools and visitors.  The department has an authorized staff of thirteen full-time officers including the Police Chief and two part-time officers.  Officers of the Maize Police Department are charged with enforcing the city ordinances of Maize as well as state and federal laws and working in partnership with the residents of Maize to address community concerns and problems.  Officers also provide "first responder" support to the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office when requested and provide secondary support to other nearby law enforcement agencies as needed.

Vacation Watch

Going on vacation or leaving town for a few days?  The Maize Police Department will conduct extra patrols of your home while you're gone.  Submit your Vacation / Extra Watch Request before you leave town.

Fingerprint  Fingerprinting

The Maize Police Department provides employment fingerprinting every Wednesday from 2:30-3:30pm.

  • Fingerprinting services fees:
    • Non-resident - $25.00
    • Resident - No charge
    • USD 266 Applicant - No charge
    • 2 card maximum - $5.00 per additional card

Patch Requests

On recommendations from the Department of Homeland Security and a recent upward trend of persons impersonating police and other public safety personnel, the Maize Police Department does not trade, sell, or otherwise distribute our shoulder patch or department insignias to collectors.

Police Staff

Police Chief Jeff Weible
Deputy Chief Craig Brasser
Sergeant Braden Blackburn
Sergeant Craig Pentecost
Detective Jeff Piper
Police Officer / SRO Maize South High School Jeff Albert
Police Officer / SRO Maize South Middle School Alex Agler
Police Officer Dalton Bourn
Police Officer/ SRO Maize High School Jamey Dover
Police Officer Lia Faber
Police Officer / SRO Maize Middle School Ben Gabel
Police Officer Omar Galaviz
Police Officer Trisha Lauer
Police Officer Jon Morales
Police Officer / SRO Maize Intermediate School Wyatt Pulver
Police Officer R.J. Runyan
Police Officer Jamie Schepis
Police Officer Grant Seiler
Police Officer / SRO Maize South Intermediate School Jesolyn Trego
Code Enforcement Officer Jeff Greep
Administrative Assistant Paige Bliss

City of Maize
Through the integration of its population into every aspect of quality education, civic improvements, community appearance, commerce and recreation, Maize shall preserve its small town atmosphere and become the best small city in Kansas.

"Where Community Counts"