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Citywide News and Announcements Related to Law Enforcement
Mayor Lyda Krewson and Director of Public Safety Jimmie Edwards Appoint John Hayden as Police Commissioner
Mayor Lyda Krewson and Director of Public Safety Jimmie Edwards have appointed John Hayden as police commissioner, effective immediately
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 12/28/2017
Police Commissioner Six Finalist
The following six applicants are the finalists in consideration to be named the next police commissioner of the City of St. Louis.
Press release | Department of Public Safety,Office of the Mayor | 12/14/2017
City to host police chief candidate town hall
The City of St. Louis is hosting a moderated town hall for police chief candidates.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 12/13/2017
Mayor Krewson and Chief O'Toole call for independent investigation into Police Department's response to demonstrations
Mayor and Police Chief pledge investigation of St. Louis City Police Department’s response to demonstrations and civil disobedience.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 09/27/2017
Citizen Advisory Committee to Host Second Public Forum
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 07/07/2017
Citizen Advisory Committee to Host Public Forums
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 06/19/2017
Citizen Advisory Committee Announced to Assist Search for City Police Chief
Mayor Lyda Krewson has formed a Citizen Advisory Committee that will help guide the City during the search for a new chief of police
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 05/25/2017
Thanks Received for Internal Audit of Police Overtime Pay
The Internal Audit section of Comptroller Darlene Green's office is commended for thoroughness and clarity in its Police Division Overtime Pay Audit.
News/Announcement | Office of the Comptroller | 05/16/2017
City of St. Louis Launches PIER Plan Neighborhood Events
Free, Family Fun with a Healthy Twist Offered at O'Fallon Park Rec Center
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 05/13/2016
Mayor Slay Names Community Leaders to Crime Commission
Commissioners to Review PIER Plan, Develop Recommendations to Reduce Crime.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 01/11/2016
Mayor Slay Nominates New Candidate to Serve on City's First Civilian Oversight Board
This Friday the Board of Aldermen will introduce Mayor Francis Slay's nomination.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 12/02/2015
President Reed, 28 to Life to Host Crowd Funded Gun Buyback Campaign
Effort to Remove Illegal Guns from City Streets
Press release | Board of Aldermen | 10/26/2015
Public Safety Portal and PIER Plan
A dynamic report of City initiatives focused on reducing crime and building long-term neighborhood stability.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 10/20/2015
City of St. Louis Expands Neighborhood Alliance to Reduce Crime
Better Family Life to Help Deliver Direct Resources
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 09/14/2015
Federal Help in Funding STL Police Body Cameras
Comptroller Darlene Green believes that good policing should not suffer for lack of funding.
News/Announcement | Office of the Comptroller | 09/02/2015
Mayor Slay Nominates Seven Candidates to Serve on City's First Civilian Oversight Board
This citizens board will be responsible for independently receiving and reviewing complaints about the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Civilian Oversight Board | 08/06/2015
Effective 6.5.2015: Bill Establishing Civilian Oversight Board
Board Bill208CS establishing a Civilian Oversight Board signed by Mayor Francis Slay becomes effective as law. Applications are now accepted.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Civilian Oversight Board | 06/05/2015
Mayor Slay Signs Civilian Oversight Board Legislation into Law
Mayor Francis Slay signed the legislation into law today in his office with Alderman Terry Kennedy.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department,Civilian Oversight Board | 05/06/2015
Plan Unveiled to Add More Police, More Crime Prevention, Better Training
The proposal will be brought before the Board of Estimate & Apportionment.
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 01/22/2015
Compromise Reached on Civilian Oversight of Police Department
Bill Will be Introduced to the Board of Aldermen Friday, December 5, 2014
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 12/04/2014
Mayor Slay Announces Partnership to Recruit, Train and Hire More African-American Police Officers
The Slay Administration is entering into an agreement with the Ethical Society of Police (ESOP)
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 11/04/2014
St. Louis Rolls Out Phase Two of College Hill Hot-Spot Initiative
The City of St. Louis is working hand in hand with police to make College Hill a safer neighborhood for its residents.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 02/19/2013
Mayor Slay, City to ramp up hot spot policing to reduce crime
Will seek to provide more funds for police overtime
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 09/20/2012
Comptroller Green Reaches Out to SLU
| Office of the Comptroller | 09/18/2012
Public Safety Community Forum March 1st
Opportunity to further discuss local control in the City of St. Louis.
Newsgram | Board of Aldermen | 02/24/2012
City to Require Parking Lot Attendants as Part of Initiative to Reduce Car Break Ins
New requirements and increased enforcement are part of initiative to reduce Downtown car break-ins.
Press release | Problem Properties Division | 06/29/2011
Mayor, Police Chief, Circuit Attorney Announce IBM Smarter Cities Findings
Findings show ways to improve public safety.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 06/22/2011
Importance of Stimulus Funding for Police
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 04/14/2010
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