Sabetha EMS is an all-volunteer ground service with 3 ambulances staffed by AEMT, EMT & EMR’s that provide 24/7/365 emergency response care to Sabetha and its surrounding area. Our EMS building has full time living quarters on site for future growth.
Currently there are 22-25 active members that cover our call schedule. EMS staff consists of a wide range of individuals from all walks of life. All EMS volunteers have full/part-time jobs in the community and run on the ambulance on an on-call basis. Members are paid by the hour to cover emergency call and members are paid a flat fee for Sabetha runs, Topeka runs, and runs to Kansas City or Lincoln.
We try to hold new Kansas Board of EMS certified classes at least one time a year at our station. Scholarships are available for new AEMT, EMT & EMR classes. If you are interested in joining this vital service to the community, please feel free to stop by one of our meetings or contact the City of Sabetha for more information.
Sabetha EMS meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at the Emergency Services Building at 508 South 14th Street, Sabetha. Business meeting starts are 6:30 pm and is followed by continuing education for certified personnel.
|PRESIDENT/DIRECTOR:||Ed Steinlage, AEMT|
|VICE-PRESIDENT:||Jesse Mitchell, AEMT|
|SECRETARY/TREASURER:||Jennifer Poe, EMT|
|TRAINING OFFICER:||Alex Dawdy, AEMT-TOII|
|SCHEDULING OFFICER:||Pam Jackman, AEMT|
The Sabetha Police Department is proud to serve the residents and visitors of our city. Our highest priority is to protect them against the criminal activities of others and to enhance their sense of security, safety and well being.
Our department is committed to excellence by providing professional law enforcement services in accordance with the law, while being sensitive to the needs of the community.
Chief Robert Wahwasuck
Cpl Nazario Wilcock
Officer Larry Rodecap
Officer Darin Allen
Officer Andrew Bletscher
Jim Johnson, Chief
The Sabetha Fire Department has 26 trained volunteer fire fighters who are dispatched through a 24 hour pager system. The Department also provides protection for areas outside the city limits through a rural fire district. The City has an Insurance Service Office class six rating and the rural area has a class nine rating. The City has 2 pumper trucks, 2 tanker trucks and one 4X4.