West Plains Police Department (VIEW MAP)
1912 Holiday Lane | West Plains, MO 65775
Phone: (417) 256-
Fax: (417) 257-
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The mission for every member of this department is to consistently seek and find ways to affirmatively promote, preserve and deliver a feeling of security, safety and quality service to members of our community.
To fulfill this mission, the West Plains Police Department is committed to providing professional and effective police services to the citizens of West Plains. The department is currently comprised of 21 full-
Children will be educated in all areas of safety, including roadway safety, fire safety, gun safety, and bicycle safety aspects. Children will also have the opportunity to be palm printed for identification purposes.
Sponsored by the Missouri Masonic Children’s Foundation & Mt. Zion Lodge #327. MOCHIP is a comprehensive child identification & protection program designed to provide families a proactive means of preparation should their child or teen become missing.
KIDSFEST 2014 will include several GIVEAWAYS including Bicycles, Car Seats, Helmets, Skateboards, and other Safety Items
Howell County Health Department will be conducting FREE Child Passenger Safety checks of car seats. Click Here For more information.
FREE LUNCH provided including Hotdogs, Chips, Cookies, and Drinks.
Several Emergency Service Vehicles and personnel will be on hand to provide assorted interactive activities.
FREE LUNCH: Hotdogs, Chips, Cookies, & Drinks
GIVEAWAYS: Bicycles, Car Seats, Helmets, Skateboards & Other Safety Items.
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Chief Chuck Brotherton
West Plains Police Dept.
From Left: Scott Heidy, Rep. Shawn Rhoads, & Ofc. Ivie Powell
Interacting with you as a resident of West Plains is one of the most important things we do. The more information you can access through Police Department bulletins, special events and other resources, the safer the choices you can make. The more information you can provide to us by staying aware, reporting a crime or spotting a suspect, the better we can protect you.
Your safety is the reason we’re here, so we provide real-
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As you know, crime is on the increase in most large U.S. cities. It is also becoming more prevalent in small communities. Thinking that it can only happen to someone else and doing nothing to prepare yourself or take precautionary measures in case makes you the perfect victim criminals are looking for.
Periodically, the West Plains Police Department seeks the assistance of the public in helping solve cases. View our active case file to see if you can help.
This list is intended for reference only and no liability is assumed or implied for names which may appear herein. Please request information from the West Plains Police Department regarding official warrant information.
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