Police Department

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“The police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence.”
                -Sir Robert Peel

St. Charles County, Missouri's third most populated county, is proudly served by the St. Charles County Police Department (SCCPD). Approximately 373,000 residents within 587 square miles and 800 miles of public roads are protected by SCCPD 24 hours a day. 


Our mission, for every member of SCCPD, is to consistently perform their duties and to find ways to affirmatively promote, preserve and deliver a feeling of security, safety and quality service to members of our community.

One of the Largest Agencies

We are one of the largest in the State of Missouri and the largest law enforcement agency in St. Charles County. We are comprised of more than 130 commissioned law enforcement professionals and 35 civilian personnel with duties ranging from traffic enforcement to neighborhood directed patrols to piloting our Metro Air Support helicopters.


We are directly responsible for the safety and security of residents residing in the unincorporated areas of the county, and also provide specialized and supplemental services to municipal police departments upon request.

We also provide contract patrols to the cities of Augusta, Weldon Springs Heights, St. Paul, Flint Hill, Portage Des Sioux, and West Alton. Additionally, we are responsible for providing full-time law enforcement patrol services to the municipalities of Dardenne Prairie and Weldon Spring.

Throughout the St. Charles County Police Department, we work to provide professional and responsive law enforcement services to St. Charles County. Please contact us at anytime.


David Todd
Chief of Police

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Reporting Crime 

St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group 

If you suspect terrorism activity, submit any information you have by clicking here to complete the online form. 

SCCPD Crime Tip Hotline 636.949.3002 

Anonymously and confidentially report suspected criminal activity or a crime that has occurred.  

Human Trafficking Report Form 

Help us combat human trafficking by reporting suspected activity.  Click here to complete the online form.