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St. Louis Chief Postpones Retirement

Chief John Hayden formally agreed this week to continue serving as chief beyond his Feb. 23 retirement date he announced in September. He has been at the helm for four years.

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Missouri Detective Killed in Crash with Fleeing Suspect

The deceased officer was identified as Antonio Valentine, 42, who had been with the county department since 2007.

Kansas City Chief Under Pressure to Step Down

During a Tuesday morning meeting with Mayor Quinton Lucas and the chairman of the Board of Police Commissioners, Smith agreed to retire on March 31, 2022, according to a source familiar with the situation.

Kansas City Officer Convicted of Manslaughter Over OIS

A Jackson County, MO, judge has found Kansas City police detective Eric DeValkenaere guilty of involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action in the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Cameron Lamb.

Slain MO Officer's Kidney Donated to Fellow Officer

Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans was an organ donor and Springfield Officer Mark Priebe, who was severely injured in the line of duty in 2020, needed a new kidney. The two were a match.

MO Officer in Field Training Killed, Suspect Fatally Shot by Another Officer

Independence police said the murdered officer had just graduated from the Kansas City Police Academy this summer and was still completing his field training with Independence police.

St. Louis Officers Seriously Injured in Rollover Crash

The officers were responding to a Priority 1 call when their SUV was hit by another vehicle at an intersection. The police vehicle overturned in the crash

St. Louis Chief Announces He Will Retire in February

St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden announced Wednesday he will be retiring in late February and city leaders plan to conduct a national search for his replacement.

Former MO Chief who Saved Child from Pond, Pleads Guilty to Attacking Child's Father

The father had reportedly walked into the police station in December 2018 and said he had tried to drown his 6-month-old daughter in a nearby pond, police said.

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MO Police Rescue Homicide Victim's Dog from Hot Car

The Springfield Police Department received a call about an hour and a half after the shooting, reporting that Zeke was in a hot car. Officers found the door unlocked and were able to remove him and take him to a local vet.

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