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Missouri City Approves Foundation to Enable Donations to Police

December 7, 2018
The Ellisville City Council on Wednesday approved creating a charitable police foundation to allow donations from local businesses and residents to fund some police department equipment and supplies.

Good Samaritan Helps Police End Vehicle Pursuit in Missouri

December 6, 2018
The founder of a non-profit foundation that trains police and military personnel in the St. Louis area found himself involved in some real-world law enforcement activity on Wednesday, as he maneuvered his vehicle to stop two women fleeing police on an area highway.

St. Louis Officers Indicted for Beating Undercover Officer During Demonstration

December 6, 2018
Four Officers with the St. Louis Police Department have been indicted by a federal grand jury and may face federal charges of civil rights violation, obstruction of justice and lying to federal investigators.

Missouri Town Disbands its Entire Police Force

November 15, 2018
The small town of Garden City (MO)—located about 50 miles southeast of Kansas City—disbanded its entire police force Wednesday, saying that the chief received word that he was instructed by the city council to lay off 100 percent of their police department effective immediately.

Police Surprise Missouri Family after Burglar Steals Kids' "Chore Jar" Money

October 19, 2018
When Des Peres Department of Public Safety Detective Trent Koppel asked members of the department to help fill two new tip jars to replace those stolen from two local kids, every single member of the department made a contribution.

Missouri Councilman Apologizes for Statements Perceived as Anti-Police

October 5, 2018
A City Councilman in Columbia, MO, has apologized for comments he made about police that drew criticism from that city's police union.

St. Louis Official Sues City Over Tear Gas at Protest

September 27, 2018
A St. Louis official who joined protests after former Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of murder last year in the shooting of drug suspect Anthony Lamar Smith is suing over the police response to the demonstrations.

Missouri Deputy Drowns After Patrol Car Washed Off Road

September 10, 2018
Sheriff Arnott told reporters that Roberts had just cleared a call, which was a 911 hang-up, when he radioed in that his car had been washed off the roadway.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Declines Accepting Cases from 28 Officers

September 2, 2018
According to KTVI-TV, St. Louis’s top prosecutor—Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner—has a so-called "exclusion list" of 28 police officers and will refuse to prosecute suspected criminals if any of those officers are deemed critical to such prosecutions.

Man Who Shot and Paralyzed Missouri Officer Refutes Insanity Finding

August 17, 2018
A St. Louis man charged with shooting and paralyzing a Ballwin police officer in 2016 has been found mentally unfit to face trial. The man — identified as 33-year-old Antonio Taylor — is contesting the finding by the Department of Mental Health.

Missouri Man in Handcuffs Escapes Police, Jumps to His Death from Overpass

August 10, 2018
The Kansas City (MO) Police Department said that a man who had been taken into custody on Interstate 435 was able to escape detention, fled on foot, and then leaped to his death from a highway overpass.

Video: Missouri Officer Suspended for "Distracted Driving" Crash with Bicyclist

July 31, 2018
A police officer with the Peculiar (MO) Police Department has been suspended after a "distracted driving" collision with a stationary bicyclist.

"Distracted" Missouri Officer Collides with Stationary Bicyclist

July 31, 2018
A police officer with the Peculiar (MO) Police Department has been suspended after a "distracted driving" collision with a stationary bicyclist. More Here. 

Missouri Trooper Shot Investigating Suspicious Vehicle

July 18, 2018
Sgt. Jeff Kinder, Troop G says the Trooper Rob Crewse was investigating a suspicious call about a vehicle when he was shot.

3 Missouri Officers Wounded, Gunman Killed in Gunfight After Standoff

July 16, 2018
An incident at two different locations in Kansas City (MO) left a suspect dead and three officers wounded with not life-threatening injuries.

Former St. Louis Officer Sues Prosecutor, IA Investigator Over Murder Charge

June 11, 2018
The suit alleges former Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce lied to a judge in order to secure Stockley’s arrest and that former St. Louis police internal affairs investigator Kirk Deeken made false claims about evidence to grand jurors that led to Stockley’s indictment.

Woman Now Faces First-Degree Murder in MO Officer's Slaying

April 19, 2018
Tammy Dee Widger's charges in the fatal shooting of Clinton, MO, Officer Ryan Morton last month have been amended and now include first-degree murder.

Company Says It Provided Right Address to Dispatcher the Night Missouri Officer Killed

March 16, 2018
The day after the shooting, investigators revealed the 911 call originated in Windsor, Mo. But dispatchers sent police to a home around 20 miles away in Clinton, Mo.

Propper Joins “Bigs In Blue” as Signature Sponsor

March 13, 2018
Propper International has signed on as the Signature Sponsor of the Bigs In Blue program from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, one of the nation’s leading mentoring organizations. The program connects St. Louis youth (Littles) with men and women in law enforcement (Bigs) to build strong, trusting, and enduring relationships between law enforcement, youth, families, and the communities they serve.

Concerns of Police Survivors Responds to Line-of-Duty Death in Clinton, Missouri

March 8, 2018
Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) has responded to the line-of-duty death of a law enforcement officer in Clinton, MO, just a few communities away from the C.O.P.S. National Office in Camdenton, MO.
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