Marshall Missouri Police Department

Marshall Missouri Police Department The members of the Marshall Police Department strive to perform their duties to the highest professional standards. Proudly, we serve and protect the citizens, visitors and the community of Marshall, Missouri.

As you work, live and visit in the community, we hope that you will contact our Department if there is anything we can help you with. We are committed to creating and maintaining a positive community relationship as we continually serve as well as solve problems to improve the quality of life.

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RUMMAGE SALESNow that warmer weather has arrived it is time for Rummage Sales.  The Marshall Police Department would lik...
06/07/2021

RUMMAGE SALES

Now that warmer weather has arrived it is time for Rummage Sales. The Marshall Police Department would like to remind you of the following ordinances in regard to Rummage sales and posting garage/rummage sale signs. Thank you and enjoy your rummage sales.

Section 605.130
Rummage Sales Exempt from Licenses.
[CC 1985 § 28-23]
Rummage sales shall be exempt from licenses. Any person holding a rummage sale which lasts beyond four (4) periods per year, each period not to exceed seven (7) days, shall be declared to be a merchant and shall buy an appropriate license and locate his business in a properly zoned area.

Section 210.2170
Handbills, Notices — Tacking, Posting, Painting.
[CC 1985 § 18-4]
No person shall within the City tack or post, paint or stamp any poster, handbill, card, advertisement or notice of any kind whatsoever, except legal notices, upon any wall, door, tree, telephone and light pole, fence or building, without first having obtained the permission in writing of the owner of the same, nor upon any sidewalk.

RUMMAGE SALES

Now that warmer weather has arrived it is time for Rummage Sales. The Marshall Police Department would like to remind you of the following ordinances in regard to Rummage sales and posting garage/rummage sale signs. Thank you and enjoy your rummage sales.

Section 605.130
Rummage Sales Exempt from Licenses.
[CC 1985 § 28-23]
Rummage sales shall be exempt from licenses. Any person holding a rummage sale which lasts beyond four (4) periods per year, each period not to exceed seven (7) days, shall be declared to be a merchant and shall buy an appropriate license and locate his business in a properly zoned area.

Section 210.2170
Handbills, Notices — Tacking, Posting, Painting.
[CC 1985 § 18-4]
No person shall within the City tack or post, paint or stamp any poster, handbill, card, advertisement or notice of any kind whatsoever, except legal notices, upon any wall, door, tree, telephone and light pole, fence or building, without first having obtained the permission in writing of the owner of the same, nor upon any sidewalk.

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIESMARSHALL, MO POLICE DEPARTMENTThe Marshall Police Department is seeking qualified applicants f...
06/01/2021

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
MARSHALL, MO POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Marshall Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of: ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER

Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years of age, High School Diploma or GED (with College education preferred), height in proportion to weight, vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye, normal hearing in each ear without hearing aid, pass written and physical agility tests and be of good character, (background investigation). Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission Pre-Certification is required prior to appointment.

Duties: Uniform patrol, traffic enforcement, community oriented policing, and other duties as assigned.

Benefits: Benefits include health, dental vision, retirement, vacation, overtime, holidays and sick days paid by the City of Marshall. The Police Department supplies uniforms, leather gear, and bullet resistant vests.

Salary: Starting salary is $39,374.42 (annually) with normal increases to $42,349.00, for second class officer within 6 months and $44,179.00 within one year of hire with promotion to first class officer.

To Apply: Applications are received on a continuous basis. Applications may be picked up or requested by writing to the Marshall Police Department, 461 W. Arrow, Marshall, MO 65340, by calling (660) 886-7411, or by e-mail [email protected]. If requesting application by mail, please send a resume with the request.

The City of Marshall is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate as to race, creed or sex.

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
MARSHALL, MO POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Marshall Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of: ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER

Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years of age, High School Diploma or GED (with College education preferred), height in proportion to weight, vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye, normal hearing in each ear without hearing aid, pass written and physical agility tests and be of good character, (background investigation). Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission Pre-Certification is required prior to appointment.

Duties: Uniform patrol, traffic enforcement, community oriented policing, and other duties as assigned.

Benefits: Benefits include health, dental vision, retirement, vacation, overtime, holidays and sick days paid by the City of Marshall. The Police Department supplies uniforms, leather gear, and bullet resistant vests.

Salary: Starting salary is $39,374.42 (annually) with normal increases to $42,349.00, for second class officer within 6 months and $44,179.00 within one year of hire with promotion to first class officer.

To Apply: Applications are received on a continuous basis. Applications may be picked up or requested by writing to the Marshall Police Department, 461 W. Arrow, Marshall, MO 65340, by calling (660) 886-7411, or by e-mail [email protected]. If requesting application by mail, please send a resume with the request.

The City of Marshall is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate as to race, creed or sex.

MEMORIAL DAYThe willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.  T...
05/25/2021

MEMORIAL DAY

The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.

The Marshall Police Department would like to say thank you to the men and women in our Military. Thank you for the freedoms we have because of your service, and those who came before you. It is not said often enough, but please know you are in our thoughts always and will not be forgotten.

MEMORIAL DAY

The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.

The Marshall Police Department would like to say thank you to the men and women in our Military. Thank you for the freedoms we have because of your service, and those who came before you. It is not said often enough, but please know you are in our thoughts always and will not be forgotten.

05/25/2021

SHOOTING

On Sunday, May 23, 2021, at approximately 12:28 a.m. the Marshall Police Department received information from Saline County E-911 concerning a report of gunshots in the 100 block of south Lafayette Avenue. Officers responded to investigate.

Upon officer’s arrival, they received information one person had been shot and was transported by personal vehicle to Fitzgibbon Hospital for treatment. Officers made two arrests and the investigation is still ongoing.

Anyone with any additional information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Marshall Police Department at 886-7411, or email us at [email protected].

Note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.

CLICK IT OR TICKETThe Marshall Police Department will be joining with statewide law enforcement May 24 – June 6, 2021 fo...
05/25/2021

CLICK IT OR TICKET

The Marshall Police Department will be joining with statewide law enforcement May 24 – June 6, 2021 for a statewide “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to step up enforcement on Missouri’s seat belt law.

In 2020, 991 people were killed in traffic crashes on Missouri’s roadways. Sixty-seven percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.

Missouri has experienced 158 traffic crash fatalities so far in 2021 and 70 percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.
In 2020, 66 teens (15-19) were killed in traffic crashes on Missouri’s roadways. Seventy-five percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.

More than 6 out of 10 people killed in 2020 Missouri traffic crashes were unbuckled. Even with all the advancements in automobile safety, a seat belt remains a person’s single greatest defense in the event of a crash.

Missouri’s seat belt use has shown significant improvement in the last three years, but the state remains just below the national average in usage. Missouri has an 86.1 percent seat belt use while the national average is 90.7 percent. Teens and pick-up truck drivers are among those least likely to buckle up at 75.5 and 71.6 percent, respectively.

Nearly every day someone dies in a Missouri traffic crash because they weren’t buckled up. The Marshall Police Department will be pulling out all the stops to help ensure motorists are making the smart decision to buckle up.

Buckle Up and Arrive Alive. For information on Missouri seatbelt usage, visit www.saveMOlives.com.

CLICK IT OR TICKET

The Marshall Police Department will be joining with statewide law enforcement May 24 – June 6, 2021 for a statewide “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to step up enforcement on Missouri’s seat belt law.

In 2020, 991 people were killed in traffic crashes on Missouri’s roadways. Sixty-seven percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.

Missouri has experienced 158 traffic crash fatalities so far in 2021 and 70 percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.
In 2020, 66 teens (15-19) were killed in traffic crashes on Missouri’s roadways. Seventy-five percent of the vehicle occupants killed were not buckled up.

More than 6 out of 10 people killed in 2020 Missouri traffic crashes were unbuckled. Even with all the advancements in automobile safety, a seat belt remains a person’s single greatest defense in the event of a crash.

Missouri’s seat belt use has shown significant improvement in the last three years, but the state remains just below the national average in usage. Missouri has an 86.1 percent seat belt use while the national average is 90.7 percent. Teens and pick-up truck drivers are among those least likely to buckle up at 75.5 and 71.6 percent, respectively.

Nearly every day someone dies in a Missouri traffic crash because they weren’t buckled up. The Marshall Police Department will be pulling out all the stops to help ensure motorists are making the smart decision to buckle up.

Buckle Up and Arrive Alive. For information on Missouri seatbelt usage, visit www.saveMOlives.com.

NALOXONE TRAININGThe number of US lives lost to opioid overdose has been increasing for nearly 2 decades, in an epidemic...
05/17/2021

NALOXONE TRAINING

The number of US lives lost to opioid overdose has been increasing for nearly 2 decades, in an epidemic that affects people of all ages, races, and geographic areas to include Marshall, Missouri.

The Marshall Police Department in seeing an increase in opioid overdose in Marshall has had all officers attend training through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Overdose Education and Naloxone Administration Training for First Responders.

Marshall Officers, with assistance of the Saline County Health Department, have been issued naloxone for the use in an overdose situation.

Opioid overdose is reversible through the timely administration of naloxone. Law enforcement officers (LEOs) are often the first emergency responders to arrive at an overdose, but they are not typically equipped with naloxone.

Marshall Police Officers are now equipped with naloxone to assist with opioid overdoses.

The rise in opioid overdoses has been driven mainly by opioid analgesics, although heroin-involved deaths have recently begun to increase as well. The most recent data have shown a continued increase in fatal opioid overdoses, with painkiller-linked deaths.

Fatal opioid overdose is a solvable public health problem. Whether caused by heroin or prescription painkillers, opioid overdose is reversible through the timely administration of naloxone.

Opioids kill by depressing respiration to the point that insufficient oxygen is available to brain and other cells, a condition termed as hypoxia. Naloxone displaces opioids from the brain receptors to which they attach, reversing their effects and restoring normal respiration. The public health challenge is ensuring that it is available when and where it is needed.

NALOXONE TRAINING

The number of US lives lost to opioid overdose has been increasing for nearly 2 decades, in an epidemic that affects people of all ages, races, and geographic areas to include Marshall, Missouri.

The Marshall Police Department in seeing an increase in opioid overdose in Marshall has had all officers attend training through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Overdose Education and Naloxone Administration Training for First Responders.

Marshall Officers, with assistance of the Saline County Health Department, have been issued naloxone for the use in an overdose situation.

Opioid overdose is reversible through the timely administration of naloxone. Law enforcement officers (LEOs) are often the first emergency responders to arrive at an overdose, but they are not typically equipped with naloxone.

Marshall Police Officers are now equipped with naloxone to assist with opioid overdoses.

The rise in opioid overdoses has been driven mainly by opioid analgesics, although heroin-involved deaths have recently begun to increase as well. The most recent data have shown a continued increase in fatal opioid overdoses, with painkiller-linked deaths.

Fatal opioid overdose is a solvable public health problem. Whether caused by heroin or prescription painkillers, opioid overdose is reversible through the timely administration of naloxone.

Opioids kill by depressing respiration to the point that insufficient oxygen is available to brain and other cells, a condition termed as hypoxia. Naloxone displaces opioids from the brain receptors to which they attach, reversing their effects and restoring normal respiration. The public health challenge is ensuring that it is available when and where it is needed.

National Police Week May 9–15, 2021In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day ...
05/11/2021

National Police Week May 9–15, 2021

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

National Police Week May 9–15, 2021

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER TEAM ON BECOMING NATIONAL CHAMPIONS.
05/11/2021

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER TEAM ON BECOMING NATIONAL CHAMPIONS.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER TEAM ON BECOMING NATIONAL CHAMPIONS.

Armed RobberyOn Thursday, 05-06-2021 at approximately 1030 hours, Marshall Police responded to a call of an armed robber...
05/06/2021

Armed Robbery

On Thursday, 05-06-2021 at approximately 1030 hours, Marshall Police responded to a call of an armed robbery at Advance America.

Employees reported an unknown male entered the business, displayed a firearm demanded money and then left the business with the money. No employees were injured during this robbery.

Marshall Police are requesting anyone who may know the identity of this person or have any information in regard to this case to please telephone the Marshall Police Department at 660-886-7411 or email us at [email protected]

CONNECTING COPS WITH KIDSCorporal Renfrow recently met with students, providing them with an opportunity to ask question...
04/30/2021

CONNECTING COPS WITH KIDS

Corporal Renfrow recently met with students, providing them with an opportunity to ask questions, explore a police vehicle and receive Junior Officer Badges. MPD appreciates the opportunity to build relationships between police and kids.

SEARCH WARRANT LEADS TO ARRESTS AND DRUG SEIZUREAn approximate two month investigation by the Marshall Police Department...
04/22/2021

SEARCH WARRANT LEADS TO ARRESTS AND DRUG SEIZURE

An approximate two month investigation by the Marshall Police Department into the report of distribution of narcotics ended on, 04-22-2021 at approximately 9:00 a.m., with the serving of a search warrant at a residence on Highland Court.

A search of the residence revealed quantities of, methamphetamine, crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia.

Eight persons were arrested and are currently being held at the Marshall Police Department and Saline County Justice Facility pending the formal filing of charges.

Marshall Police Department would like to thank the Saline County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance.

Note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.

SEARCH WARRANT LEADS TO ARRESTS AND DRUG SEIZURE

An approximate two month investigation by the Marshall Police Department into the report of distribution of narcotics ended on, 04-22-2021 at approximately 9:00 a.m., with the serving of a search warrant at a residence on Highland Court.

A search of the residence revealed quantities of, methamphetamine, crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia.

Eight persons were arrested and are currently being held at the Marshall Police Department and Saline County Justice Facility pending the formal filing of charges.

Marshall Police Department would like to thank the Saline County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance.

Note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.

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461 W Arrow St
Marshall, MO
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