Police Officers

The police department is currently looking for a full-time police officer. If interested please visit the “employment opportunities” tab above. Interested in being a part-time police officer? Contact Chief Diercks at the email and phone number below. 

 

Kevin Diercks, Chief of Police849 Pic

Chief Kevin Diercks has been with the Chapman Police Department since September 2011.  His wife Heidi is a Science teacher at Chapman Middle School. He has four children. Two have graduated from Chapman and two are still in school.  Kevin has Associates Degrees in Biology and Criminal Justice from Colby Community College.  He began his career in Law Enforcement in April of 1990 as a Detention Officer with the Thomas County Sheriff’s Office in Colby,Ks. In October of 1990 he became a Deputy Sheriff and graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.  In October 1993 he moved to the Colby Police Department in Colby, Ks. While at Colby he was a member of the Special Response Team. He attended FBI  sniper school and was also an entry team member. He has been a certified instructor in Defensive Tactics and several facets of firearms use.  Kevin moved to the Chapman area in October 2008 as his wife Heidi took a teaching position at the Chapman Middle School. He was with the Abilene Police Department until coming to Chapman. He continues to enjoy training in tactical applications and school security.  In his off time Kevin enjoys hunting and fishing as much as possible with his family. Diercks was appointed as Chief of Police in January of 2017.

Chief Dierks can be contacted by email or by phone at 785-922-6463

 

Chad Tylicki, Patrol Officerchad

Chad Tylicki was born and raised in Hutchinson Kansas. Chad was in the army for three years and established residency in this area. He got out of the army in 2014 and went to work for the Geary County Sheriff’s Office. His first assignment was in the jail as a corrections officer. Chad made his way up to court deputy and went to the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. Chad graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center in January 2016 and has now completed training in the Patrol Division. Chad has been married to Amanda Tylicki for 11 years and they have three children. Chad loves spending time with his family and looks forward to getting involved in the community of Chapman. Chad has been with the Chapman Police Department since September 2016.

Officer Tylicki can be contacted by email or by phone at 785-922-6463