Shoal Creek Patrol Division
Community Interaction Officers
Shoal Creek Patrol Property Crimes
The Property Crimes Section’s main focus is to investigate property crimes that occur in the Shoal Creek Patrol Division. Property crimes that are investigated by detectives are state level residential and business burglaries, auto thefts, stealings, and property damages. Detectives in the Shoal Creek Patrol Division Property Crimes Section investigate numerous cases each month and they utilizes a problem orientated policing philosophy, which targets offenders and the problems they cause. It requires detectives to work various types of cases that are negatively affecting our community. Detectives work closely with other agencies and sections on state and federal level cases. They also attend local community meetings and neighborhood group meetings with information about property crimes and other issues important to our community.
Shoal Creek Patrol Division’s Crime Free Multi-Housing has been incorporated into the Property Crimes Unit. Crime Free Multi-Housing officers work to build relationships with area rental properties, apartment complexes, hotels, and motels to reduce crime and help develop safer neighborhoods. They are also tasked with following up on property crimes within Crime Free properties and hotels.
Shoal Creek Property Crimes has taken on a pro-active approach to reduce crime in the division. Anyone with information on any crime is encouraged to contact the Shoal Creek Patrol Division or the TIPS HOTLINE at 816-474-TIPS or 816-474-8477.
The main telephone number to Shoal Creek Property Crimes Section is 816-413-3600. You may leave a message for any of the listed personnel on their individual voicemail or call the Shoal Creek Patrol Division front desk at 816-413-3400.
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.