Alarm registration assists the police and fire departments in providing service to you during an emergency. The information collected will be included in current pre-fire and alarm plans for your property and added to our records annually. There's no fee to register your alarm.
Register Your Alarm
Internet Exchange Parking
We now have a safe spot for you to do internet exchanges! There are two designated parking spots near the Merriam Police Department that are monitored by video camera 24/7. Look for the sign and green parking spaces in the front parking lot.
Invite Merriam Police to help celebrate your child's birthday. Officers will drive by your home with their lights and sirens blaring! Contact Capt. Chris Brokaw at 913-322-5566 or email to schedule a police parade.
Fingerprinting is by appointment only, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This is a free service for those who live or work in Merriam, and $15 for non-residents. Call our community service officer at 913-322-5581 to schedule.
Car Seat Checks
Car seat installation checks are by appointment only, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call our community service officer at 913-322-5581 to schedule.
House Watch Requests
Are you leaving town and want the Merriam Police Department to watch your home? A house watch is a community service provided by the Merriam Police Department. This service reduces the possibility of someone entering your home while you're away.
Request a House Watch
Community Video Partnership
Do you have security cameras that view public area in the city (sidewalks, streets, parking lots, etc.)? Do you want to help the police catch criminals and keep Merriam safe? Video cameras are one of the best methods for catching criminals in the act. The Community Video Partnership Program invites residents and businesses to work with Merriam Police to create a list of active security cameras across the City.
Register Your Camera
The Merriam Police Department believes crime prevention is a team effort. We encourage the cooperation of police and the citizens to work together. A neighborhood watch area is a group of citizens working together to help identify specific crime problems in the area in which they live. They can then relay this information to the police for enforcement. If you want to set up a neighborhood watch, contact the Merriam Police Department at 913-322-5560.