Camden County Detective, Other LE Officers Recognized Prosecuting Attorney Heather Miller recognizes Detective Shawn Kobel of the Camden County Sheriff's Office. The Camden County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced several recent awards earned by local law enforcement officers. [...] Read more ›
MO Emergency Management Chief Deployed to Hawaii This morning, Governor Mike Parson met with State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) Director Ernie Rhodes, Department of Public Safety Director Drew Juden, and SEMA Chief of Operations Terry Cassil to [...] Read more ›
Boone County, Lawmakers Seek Solution to Fireworks Wars Legislators on Tuesday told Boone County officials that a modification to the state criminal code to stop people from using fireworks in an unsafe manner might be the best way [...] Read more ›
Tips Crucial in Fight Against Drug Activity Several drug charges have been filed recently in connection to investigations by local authorities and the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.  In Miller County alone last week, there were at least [...] Read more ›
Autism Interaction Training to be Offered The Livingston County Sheriff's Office will be hosting Autism Interaction Training. Two opportunities to attend the training will be provided - one class will be offered at 10 a.m. and [...] Read more ›
Governor Signs Law Impacting 911 Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed several bills into law in Springfield, including one impacting 911 across the state. The governor signed House bill 1456 into law at the Greene County [...] Read more ›
Why Your Mic Placement Matters A mic located on your shoulder can cause officers to turn their head toward the mic, potentially away from a suspect. (Photo/PoliceOne) There’s an old cop saying, “If dispatch doesn’t [...] Read more ›
Lawrence County Sheriff Shares History of Office Sheriff DeLay: ‘The biggest problem is citizens do not understand what we do’ Lawrence County Sheriff Brad DeLay spoke to students at the Lawrence County Citizens Academy about how the [...] Read more ›
EMS Now Classified as Public Safety Officers A new bill just signed by Governor Mike Parson adds more first responders to the role of a public safety officer. Senate Bill 870 expands the role of what is [...] Read more ›
Malware Creator Sentenced Not that they knew him personally, but Taylor Huddleston, a 27-year-old from Hot Springs, Arkansas, was for a time very popular among the world’s cyber criminals, thanks to a malicious [...] Read more ›

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