Meeting the Challenges of Multi-Generational Policing For the first time in American history, four distinct generations are present in the professional sphere, a phenomenon that creates occasional friction as unique communication styles, values, goals, and work [...] Read more ›
Blunt Discusses Mental Health Issues at St. Joe Visit Senator Roy Blunt speaks at Family Guidance Center on Thursday morning.   Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt visited the Family Guidance Center for Behavioral Healthcare on Thursday morning to talk about [...] Read more ›
Fashion Show Raises Funds for Safe House Deb Maevers, owner of Pastimes Antiques in downtown Cape Girardeau and executive director of VintageNOW, said she’s excited about this year’s show Oct. 21 at the Osage Centre, celebrating the [...] Read more ›
FBI Releases 2016 Stats for Line-of-Duty Deaths, Assaults According to statistics collected by the FBI, 118 law enforcement officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents in 2016. Of these, 66 law enforcement officers died as a result of felonious [...] Read more ›
Meth Still Being Used Opioid abuse is much more prevalent in the area, but local law enforcement officials say meth use has not gone away. According to Washington Police Detective Sgt. Steve Sitzes, methamphetamine [...] Read more ›
Cape Girardeau Sheriff’s Office Captain Recognized The Office of the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri honors local law enforcement for their efforts in the investigation and prosecution of James Clay Waller, II [...] Read more ›
Officers to Receive Medal of Merit Two Audrain County deputies and one Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper will be awarded a Missouri Medal of Merit by Gov. Eric Greitens during a ceremony in Jefferson City on [...] Read more ›
FBI Breaks Ground on Central Records Complex Yesterday, the FBI, along with our General Services Administration partners, participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a Central Records Complex (CRC) to be located in Winchester, Virginia. It is a [...] Read more ›
St. Francois Sheriff’s Office to get New K-9 St. Francois Sheriff's Office has been without a K-9 since its beloved Bruno, pictured here, died in 2014. Deputy Tim Harris was his handler.   The St. Francois County Sheriff’s Department [...] Read more ›
Deputy LeBel, K-9 Officer Iro Kick off New Career Deputy Alan LeBel and Iro are Callaway County's new K-9 unit. The pair hit the streets in early September and have already assisted in about a dozen incidents. Photo by [...] Read more ›

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