South Patrol Division Station
Kansas City, Mo. 64106
Kansas City Missouri Police South Patrol Division
9701 Marion Park Drive
Kansas City, Missouri 64137
Traffic Enforcement Unit: 816-482-8180
South Patrol covers 74.61 square miles
|Major Louis Perez
Division Commander South Patrol Division email@example.com
|South Patrol Division is home to approximately 69,000 residents of various ethnic, cultural, and diverse economic backgrounds. It encompasses 63 square miles of urban, suburban, and rural properties. It is bordered by Bannister Road on the north, and at 71 Hwy the border changes to 87th St. The Kansas City, Missouri city limits serve as the west, south, and east borders of the South Patrol Division. The new station opened in 2012 and is located at 9701 Marion Park Drive. The sworn law enforcement officers and civilian employees provide services to an area that not only covers large residential areas, but also 32 city parks, two large county parks, and many commercial areas. Several major employers are located in South Patrol Division including Quintiles, Burns & McDonnell, Cerner, St. Joseph and Truman Medical Center East Hospitals, Centerpoint Intermodal Rail Hub and many federal agencies. Six school districts are located within the patrol division, as well as several private schools.In addition to responding to more than 36,400 calls for service, community oriented policing is also an integral function of this patrol division. Division personnel work closely with community leaders, neighborhood associations, and businesses to identify and solve problems. Interaction with over 80 neighborhood associations and literally hundreds of block watch programs have been the key to reducing crime and improving the quality of life of every resident. Residents are now able to access crime statistic information at crimereports.com.South Patrol Division strives to provide excellent customer service, proactively identify crime patterns, and develop fast, efficient plans to address those patterns, with the goal to reduce crime and disorder to improve overall public safety. With your help, we can make South Patrol Division a safe place to live, work and play.|
Captain Jon Patton
Hours of Assignment:
10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Captain Todd Marckx
Hours of Assignment:
6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Captain Ron Legg
Hours of Assignment:
2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Community Interaction Officer
Officer Mike Hammer
Become involved in your community!
Join and attend your neighborhood and business organization meetings.
House to Watch: You can request to have officers check your house (when calls for service allow) while you are out of town on vacation. Contact the front desk at 816-234-5550 to request this service.
Extra Patrol Request: Is a program that SPD uses to address community issues that might happen in the future. If you would like to make a request, please the front desk at 816-234-5550.
Child Car Seat Inspections: Children’s Mercy Hospital has trained and certified child safety restraint technicians who can teach you how to install your child car seats properly. Appointments only. Please contact 816-413-2557.
Neighborhood Meetings: If you would like an officer to attend your neighborhood meetings to assist you with a crime problem contact the Desk Sergeant at 816-234-5550.
Station Tours: Scout tours are available with appointment and will cover your requested topics. They are designed to be educational and informative to both the youth and parents. For scheduling contact the Desk Sergeant at 816-234-5550.
Suspected Drug Activity
If you suspect drug activity you can submit information anonymously by filling out this form. If you would like a detective to contact you, please provide your contact information in the “Anything else” box at the bottom of the page. Please fill out whatever information you may have. If you do not know the information, please leave it blank.
Hotline number is 816-474-TIPS(8477)
Web Tips – www.KCcrimestoppers.com
Download the FREE mobile app, P3Tips, available on Google Play and Apple iOS platforms. It is fully functional on smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops. This allows for uploading of photos and videos.
Crime Stoppers website
This online traffic complaint form is designed to allow residents of Kansas City, Mo., to report directly to the KCPD traffic problems that are occurring either in their neighborhood or in a particular part of the city. If an emergency, call 911.
South Patrol Division Home Page
South Patrol Property Crimes
Hrs: 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday
The South Patrol Division, Property Crimes Unit consists of a sergeant and six detective positions. Detectives within the unit are responsible for investigating crimes occurring within the South Patrol Division Boundaries. The sergeant and detectives are assigned to the South Patrol Division Station and report directly to the commanders of South Patrol Division.
The detectives investigate the following types of crimes: burglary, stealing, auto theft and property damage, possessing and receiving stolen property, locating, identifying and recovering stolen property as well as presenting cases to the Jackson County and Kansas City, Missouri, Prosecutors’ Offices for prosecution. The detectives also work with other units of the Kansas City Police Department in addition to other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to investigate crimes crossing outside of the South Patrol Division boundaries.
The detectives and sergeant assigned to the South Property Crimes Unit possess years of investigative experience and policing fundamentals they use during the course of their casework. The detectives currently assigned to the South Patrol Division Property Crimes Unit have investigative backgrounds in Traffic Investigations, Narcotics Investigations, Traffic Enforcement, Internal Affairs Unit and Homeland Security.
If you have been the victim of a crime, know about criminal activity in your neighborhood, or could otherwise assist the detectives and officers in reducing crime please feel free to contact our office at (816) 234-5555.
The purpose of the Ride-Along Program is to establish a closer relationship and better understanding between police officers and the residents of the community. The program provides people with a unique opportunity to observe police officers performing their duties with the hope that they will gain an insight into the complexity of police work. The program also serves as a valuable training tool for Regional Police Academy entrant officers.
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