Police: Women of the SLMPD: PO Jazmon Garrett & PO Erica Anderson

Women of the SLMPD: PO Jazmon Garrett & PO Erica Anderson

As February comes to a close we wanted to share our final video of the #WomenoftheSLMPD. PO Jazmon Garrett & PO Erica Anderson patrol SLMPD Third District Police and do foot beats on Cherokee Street.

Here are their stories and words of advice for those interested in a career with the #SLMPD.

Police: Women of the SLMPD: Sgt. Nicole Gentilini

Women of the SLMPD: Sgt. Nicole Gentilini

As we continue to highlight our amazing female officers, we are proud to introduce you to Sgt. Nicole Gentilini. She has been on for 17 years & was originally interested in nursing.

This is a snip of story and advice for young women!

Police: Women of the SLMPD: Lt. Col. Rochelle D. Jones

Women of the SLMPD: Lt. Col. Rochelle D. Jones

As Black History Month 2020 approaches, we are proud to highlight Lt. Col. Rochelle D. Jones, the first African American female to be promoted to the position of the Lieutenant Colonel for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

Anyone interested in a career with the SLMPD can contact a recruiter today at 314-444-5881 or recruitment@slmpd.org.

Police: Women of the SLMPD: PO Mary Edmond

Women of the SLMPD: PO Mary Edmond

We have many amazing female officers on our Department including PO Mary Edmond.

We will be featuring a few of them so they can share their stories and advice with those who are considering a career with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

Your Career Is Just Ahead! Contact a recruiter at 314-444-5881.

Police: 5300 Block of Dr. Martin Luther King Homicide Surveillance Video

5300 Block of Dr. Martin Luther King Homicide Surveillance Video

HOMICIDE DETECTIVES NEED YOUR HELP!!

This surveillance is from the Homicide on 11/19/19 in the 5300 block of Dr. Martin Luther King which 31-year old Trey Neal was killed. (A full summary is below).

Anyone with information is urged to call the Homicide Division directly at 314-444-5371, or anyone with a tip who wants to remain anonymous and is interested in a reward can contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477).

Incident: Homicide
Location: 5300 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Date/Time: 11/19/19 @ 0715
Victim: Trey Neal, 31-year-old Black Male, of the 1300 block of Belt, St. Louis, MO
Suspect(s): Unknown
Officers received a call for a “Shooting” and upon arrival located the victim on the sidewalk suffering from gunshot wounds. EMS responded and transported the victim to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The Homicide Division responded and assumed the ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is urged to call the Homicide Division directly at 314-444-5371, or anyone with a tip who wants to remain anonymous and is interested in a reward can contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477).

Police: Halloween Safety Video

Halloween Safety Video

Happy Halloween from the SLMPD!!!

Here is a short video featuring Community Engagement Officer Regina Moore who shares some tips to ensure that everyone has a fun and safe Halloween!

Police: A Look Inside the SLMPD Real Time Crime Center

A Look Inside the SLMPD Real Time Crime Center

In May of 2015, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s (SLMPD) Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) was unveiled at Police Headquarters located at 1915 Olive. The RTCC is manned with Commissioned Police Officers 24-hours a day and 365 days a year.

The RTCC took over the functions of the SLMPD Command Post, quickly becoming the technology and information center for the SLMPD.

The Detectives assigned to the RTCC gather and disseminate information throughout the City of St. Louis. The RTCC is focused on monitoring, deterring and evaluating criminal activity in real-time through the use of surveillance cameras, fixed and mobile license plate recognition (LPR) systems, crime analysis and other law enforcement software and databases. The RTCC provides investigative support to the first responders on scenes, as well as to the Detectives handling the follow-up investigations. The RTCC is focused on improving SLMPD’s situational awareness with the #1 goal to increase the safety of all SLMPD Police Officers.

Phase 1 of the RTCC project included the integration of surveillance camera technology, license plates recognition (LPR) technology, Computer Aided Dispatching (CAD) and ShotSpotter. The RTCC is focused on monitoring, deterring and evaluating criminal activity in real-time with the help of the advanced technology in the center. The SLMPD deploys highly visible cameras that are easily detectable in an effort to deter criminal activity.

This state of the art center provides the SLMPD technologically advanced tools to help address crime and to make our community safer for our citizens and visitors. Since its inception, the RTCC has proven itself as a valuable and necessary resource by continually providing information to Officers on the street in a way that is both clear and actionable.

The SLMPD’s Real Time Crime Center was the recipient of the International Association of Law Enforcement Planners (IALEP) 2015 Phil E. Keith Project of the Year Award.

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