St. Louis police
A police plan to keep cruising under control in Fairground Park and O’Fallon Park in north St. Louis is drawing fire from the area’s alderman.
164 St. Louis Police officers who’ve died in the line of duty were honored at the department’s annual prayer breakfast.
Some police chiefs and municipal leaders nationwide want to require police officers and firefighters to have an accompanying physical injury.
Alderman Antonio French is unhappy with the recent redistricting, claiming the district his ward is in now has more geography, but not a proportionate increase in officers.
St. Louis Police are increasing the patrol in Forest park to have a better handle on thieves and any other possible crimes.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson sent nearly three dozen officers into the troubled Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood this morning.
St. Louis Police are beginning to check social media such as Twitter and Facebook in efforts to prevent Mob Fights.
Men who patronize prostitutes will get their pictures released to the news media, under a new crackdown police are announcing.
St. Louis Police are releasing few details about a bust in North St. Louis late last month that netted several high-powered guns.
A tape recorded by the man’s grandson shows one officer hitting 47-year-old Mario Crump with his baton multiple times after Crump, who was seated, kicked the officer’s partner to the ground.