Public Services

The St. Charles County Police Department offers a number of services to the residents of St. Charles County to ensure the health, welfare, and safety of our citizens, businesses, and community.

A brief description of some of these services are listed below, please select any of the items for more information.

If you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us with your request or question by calling 636-949-3000 or via email.
  1. Concealed Carry Permit

    Learn about the requirements of how to obtain a concealed carry permit.

  2. Crime Prevention Tips

    The St. Charles County Police Department offers crime prevention tips to the citizens and businesses of the county to ensure the health, welfare, and safety of our citizens, businesses, and community.

  3. Criminal Record Checks

    Find out how to obtain a criminal record check and view the required identification.

  4. Emergency Management

    The purpose of the St Charles County Division of Emergency Management (DEM) is to promote unified planning and coordination of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery before, during, and after a disaster.

  5. Extra Patrol / Vacation Checks

    The St. Charles County Police Department provides extra patrol and vacation checks to residents and business owners of unincorporated St. Charles County at no cost.

  6. File Police Report / In-House Officer

    If you are a victim of a crime, witness to a crime, have suspect information to a crime which occurred within the unincorporated St. Charles County, or just have general questions, the Police Department has an In-House Deputy available to contact by calling 636-949-1818.

  7. Identity Theft

    Identity theft is a classification type of fraud, which can be both civil and/or criminal in nature. The Police Department is responsible for investigating criminal offenses which occur in unincorporated St. Charles County.

  8. Incident Reports

    Incident reports may be requested in person or in writing, through the mail by completing the Incident Report Information Request Form.

  9. Neighborhood Watch

    Neighborhood watch is composed of citizens interested in decreasing the amount of crimes, such as burglary and vandalism that occur in their neighborhoods. Business watch is composed of business owners interested in decreasing the amount of crimes that occur in and around their business locations.

  10. Sex Offender List

    View Missouri's Sex Offender Registry. The information on this web site refers only to persons who have been convicted of, found guilty of or plead guilty to committing or attempting to commit sexual offenses and may not reflect the entire criminal history of a particular individual. Offenders required to register for crimes of kidnapping, felonious restraint or child abuse may not be listed on this web site.