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St. Louis County Police Department

Committed To Our Citizens Through Neighborhood Policing

Col. Jon Belmar, Chief of Police

Every citizen of St. Louis County deserves quality police services. This website is designed to provide our citizens with essential information about the St. Louis County Police, our services, and the communities we serve. We remain committed to our citizens and our duty to serve and protect. Thank you for your continued support.


  • Experienced officers and New Recruits
  • Public Safety Dispatchers
  • Security Officers
  • Police Report Clerks/Care Operator
  • Specialty Staff Positions

For employment information, please visit:
Career Information Website
Employment Application (All Positions)
Recruitment Office:
Telephone: (314) 615-3942
E-mail: [recruitment@stlouisco.com]

Got A Crime Tip? Submit Now

Click here to go to the St. Louis Regional Crimestoppers Website
Call toll-free 866-371-TIPS (8477)
or submit your tip now: STLRCS.ORG

Click here to open an anonymous form for reporting illegal drug activity.

St. Louis County Drug Task Force
Call 314-863-DOPE (3673) to report drug activity
or submit: Anonymous Tip or Lead by Web form
or by email to: drugenforcement@stlouisco.com

St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early
Warning Group
If you suspect terrorist activity, submit any
information you have now. Complete the
online form

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)

What Is It?

In September of 2003, the Prison Rape Elimination Act was signed into law and became the first federal law to address the sexual abuse and harassment of incarcerated individuals.  The law mandates that states adopt a "Zero Tolerance" for all forms of offender sexual abuse and harassment and that each state make prevention of offender sexual abuse and harassment a top priority.

Zero Tolerance Policy

Every incarcerated individual has the right to be free from sexual abuse and harassment.  In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act, the Department of Justice Services has a zero tolerance policy for all forms of offender and staff sexual abuse and harassment.  The department will investigate all allegations and actively seek prosecution when an incident is substantiated.

Sexual abuse is defined as any type of unwanted sexual contact.  When sexual contact is accomplished through fear, threat or implied, it is considered sexual abuse.  Staff-on-Offender sexual misconduct will not be tolerated.  It is against state law for a staff member, contractor or volunteer, to engage in any type of sexual behavior with an offender.

The department has taken various steps to stop sexual abuse and harassment, including providing the offender population with multiple ways to report sexual abuse, training our staff to recognize the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse, and educating the offender population on how to avoid sexual abuse and report sexual abuse.

Reporting Offender Sexual Abuse or Harassment

The Department of Justice Services takes the safety of incarcerated offenders very seriously and ensures that everyone that lives or works within our facilities understands the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse and how to report allegations of abuse.


Offenders incarcerated at the St. Louis County Justice Center are encouraged to report offender sexual abuse immediately.  Offenders are provided a number of ways to report abuse that includes anonymous reports via the PREA hotline, reporting to a trusted staff member, or writing to the St. Louis County Department of Human Services.  In addition, offenders may report abuse through the offender grievance process. 


In accordance with Department's Offender Sexual Abuse and Harassment Policy, staff having knowledge of offender-on-offender or staff-on-offender sexual abuse must report immediately to the shift supervisor while keeping the victim safe.

Friends and Family

Friends and family of offenders incarcerated with the St. Louis County Department of Justice Services may report offender sexual abuse and harassment by:

Calling: 314-615-5055 or Writing: PREA UNIT

Dept. of Justice Services

100 S. Central Ave.

Clayton, MO. 63105


Writing: Executive Secretary

St. Louis County Dept. of Human Services

9666 Olive Street Road, Suite 510

St. Louis, MO. 63132

When reporting offender sexual abuse of harassment, you will be asked to provide information that will assist in the investigation such as the offender's name and offender's inmate master number, the facility where the alleged incident occurred, time and date of the incident, as well as a brief summary of the allegation.

Contact Us

7900 Forsyth Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63105

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency :
(636) 529-8210
TDD: (314) 889-2345 
Precincts and Facilities

1st Precinct - North County 2nd Precinct - Central County 3rd Precinct - Affton Southwest 4th Precinct - South County 5th Precinct - City of Fenton