East Patrol Division Station
Community Interaction Officers
Residents living within the boundaries of East Patrol Division are fortunate to have specific detectives working for them. There are eight Detectives at the East Patrol Property Crimes Section who investigate a multitude of property related offenses that occur within East Patrol’s boundaries. These crimes include Burglary, Stolen Autos, Stealings and Property Damage.
These detectives are experienced and have a fantastic reputation for solving their assigned cases; however, not every crime is assigned to a detective. Each property-related report is reviewed on a daily basis. Over 9,000 property-related offenses occur in East Patrol each year, which makes it impossible to investigate each and every crime. Once assigned, cases are handled as promptly and efficiently as possible. Please click here for frequently asked questions.
Additionally, detectives are assigned the task of conducting car dealership verification inspections for new and existing businesses as well as salvage lot inspections. These inspections are done on a yearly basis and it is requested that you contact the detectives well in advance of your inspection deadlines. The East Patrol Property Crimes Section is the best at what they do. They work as a team to reach their common goal, which is to reduce crimes and help keep the public safe. They are mindful of citizens concerns and strive to keep an open communication with the public they serve. For more information about property crimes in your area please visit: www.crime reports.com.
To contact the East Property Crimes Section, call 816-234-5535.
Supplementary Property Loss Report Forms
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.