Public Safety Department
The Department of Public Safety is the largest municipal government department in the City of St. Louis overseeing the Fire Department, the Metropolitan Police Department, six major divisions, two bureaus, a correctional institution and the city jail.
- Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Reflects on Crime Prevention, Enforcement Efforts after 22% Reduction in Crime in 2023
- Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, Commissioner Robert J. Tracy Share Highlights of 2023 Year-End Crime Data, Revealing Significant Improvements to Public Safety
- Police Chief Search and Hiring
- Alarm Registration and Permit Fee
- Director's Office
Alarm Registration & False Alarm Mgt.
Alley Light Out?
Call Ameren Missouri at 1-800-552-7583
Nuisance Property Letters
Call the attorney listed at the end of the letter you received
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
Missouri Department of Motor Vehicles
City Hall Office (314) 622-4231
Receive Alerts from DPS
DPS Alerts is the push notification system that contacts residents in St. Louis City with news and information from the St. Louis Department of Public Safety (DPS).
The Building Division enforces the City building code, issues building permits, conducts building inspections, demolishes vacant buildings, and enforces zoning ordinances.
City Emergency Management Agency (CEMA)
The City of St. Louis Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), a division of the Department of Public Safety, maintains an ongoing program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
Division of Civilian Oversight
The Division of Civilian Oversight is an independent agency where civilians lead investigations on police incidents that directly impact St. Louisans and their neighbors.
Division of Corrections
Information and links concerning the City Justice Center and its Annex building
A division of the Department of Public Safety that oversees all liquor licenses in the City of St. Louis also known as City Liquor Control
Established on Sept. 14, 1857, the St. Louis Fire Department is the second oldest career Fire Department in the United States
Neighborhood Stabilization Division (NSD)
Empowering residents to sustain a quality environment within their neighborhood through effectively and efficiently registering and routing City services, providing information, assistance, education, and intervention.
Office of Violence Prevention
Coordinating public safety resources and community violence intervention programs to make St. Louis neighborhoods safer.
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Division (SLMPD) serves the City of St. Louis. This page is provided as a courtesy service to direct visitors to the Official SLMPD website.
Federal Pell Grant Request For Proposals
Opens: 02/16/2024 | Closes: 03/17/2024 11:59 PM
Youth Jobs Request for Proposals
Opens: 02/09/2024 | Closes: 04/05/2024 11:59 PM
Prop S Request for Proposals
Opens: 01/16/2024 | Closes: 03/15/2024 11:59 PM
Department of Corrections Inmate Healthcare and Associated Services Request for Proposals
Opens: 07/03/2023 | Closes: 07/19/2024 05:00 PM
Community Violence Intervention and Prevention Request for Proposals
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City of St. Louis Outlines Preparations for Freezing Winter Weather
Residents urged to stay aware of changing forecasts and plan ahead
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Streets,Department of Human Services,Department of Health,Department of Public Safety,Department of Public Utilities | 01/12/2024
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Reflects on Crime Prevention, Enforcement Efforts after 22% Reduction in Crime in 2023
Targeted investments in crime prevention, intervention, and enforcement have an impact.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Public Safety | 01/09/2024
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, Commissioner Robert J. Tracy Share Highlights of 2023 Year-End Crime Data, Revealing Significant Improvements to Public Safety
Data reveals double-digit reductions in murders, shootings and overall Part 1 crimes
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Public Safety | 01/02/2024
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