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About Overland Park

Overland Park is located in Johnson County and is the second most populous city in Kansas. William B. Strang Jr. founded the city in 1905. Overland Park has 189,000 inhabitants and covers 75 square miles. 

The racial composition of the population in Overland Park is 79% white, 7% Asian, 6% Hispanic, and 5% black. Ninety-seven percent of residents over the age of 25 have graduated from high school, and 59% have earned a bachelor’s degree. The city is known for its low crime rate.

Several companies are headquartered in Overland Park. The largest employer in the city is Sprint. People in Overland Park earn an average annual salary of $42,200. 

Overland Park has a $36 million soccer facility and was rated as the country’s top “soccer city” in 2014 by Livability. In 2017, WalletHub named Overland Park as the best place to raise a family in the United States.

Mental Health in Overland Park

Access to mental health care is an issue for Johnson County youth. At one state psychiatric treatment facility, up to 15 young people may be waiting for a bed to become available. The wait time may last up to 90 days. Due to limited resources, Johnson County teenagers with mental health issues may end up at a juvenile detention center or emergency room instead of a treatment facility.

Of the 225 officers in the Overland Park Police Department, 118 are certified in the Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) program. CIT is a 40-hour training program that teaches police officers the skills they need to de-escalate potentially dangerous mental health situations. When CIT-trained police officers receive calls about residents with mental health issues, the officers may try to divert the individuals to treatment rather than immediately taking them to jail.


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