Newburg Police Department

Newburg Police Department The City of Newburg Police Department is located at the intersection of West 2nd St and Main St. on the north side of City Hall.

Operating as usual


Town Hall Meeting November 1st, 2014 at 1PM at City Hall we will be talking about City wide clean up and bring any concerns or comments concerning your Police Department. Thanks Chief Finch.


Spring is in the air!! Time to think about Spring Clean up!! Yards Brush along the roads ect..


We are under a Tornado watch until 3am. Everyone stay aware and keep an eye on the sky.


Congratulations to the Newburg Class of 2013. Keep your heads up and remember the sky is the limit.

In honor of our brothers and sisters who have given their life in the line of duty.

In honor of our brothers and sisters who have given their life in the line of duty.

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

Timeline photos


Newburg Day is right around the corner everyone. Mark the calenders for June 8th and come out and enjoy the fun. Rumor has it there will be a dunking booth for the officers.



We have the possibility of some accumulating snow over the next 48 hours. As always if you must be out please use caution and allow yourself that extra time to arrive safely.


High possibility of winter precipitation late tonight through tomorrow afternoon. If you do go out please use caution and allow yourself extra time to make it safely to your destination. -655


Full schedule of events tomorrow everyone. Tomorrow morning from 7a-10:30 at the First Baptist Church the Newburg Back Packers are going to be hosting an all you can eat pancake breakfast. Support a great cause and get a good breakfast before enjoying the Christmas Parade which will begin at Cooking from Scratch in Doolittle at 12 o clock and end at the Houston House in Newburg, where Santa will be after the parade. So come one, come all and have a great day with us.

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

The Rolla Police Department will join efforts with statewide law enforcement on Friday, Nov. 16 for an aggressive “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to get more motorists to buckle up – and save more lives.
Despite evidence proving the benefits of wearing a seat belt, nearly one in four Missouri motorists are still not making it click. During the past three years, 68% of individuals killed in crashes in Missouri were unrestrained.
“Local motorists should be prepared for stepped up Click It or Ticket enforcement,” said Sgt. Tim Mayfield. “We’ll be out there to remind you seat belts can – and do – save lives.”
Buckle Up and Arrive Alive. For more information on Missouri seatbelt usage, please visit


30 West 2nd Street, Drawer K
Newburg, MO

General information

If you need to speak with an officer call 573-762-2315. If no answer in the office call Rolla Central Communications at 573-308-1213 and they will have an officer contact you. In the case of an emergency always dial 911.

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 10pm
Tuesday 8am - 10pm
Wednesday 8am - 10pm
Thursday 8am - 10pm
Friday 8am - 10pm
Saturday 11am - 8pm
Sunday 11am - 8pm


(573) 762-2135



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In recognition of National Law Enforcement Week, the men and women of the Doolittle Rural Fire Protection District would like to thank all of the law enforcement officers who lay their life on the line everyday for us. We would like to give a special thanks to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Phelps County Sheriffs Department, Doolittle Police Department, and the Newburg Police Department.

We are privileged to work with some of the best law enforcement officers around on a regular basis. Whether it be on a major motor vehicle accident or a simple medical call, we know you will always have our back.

As a memorial to those officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice, we have changed our profile pic to the “Thin Blue Line”. We urge everybody to do the same. The “Thin Blue Line” is the only thing that stands between chaos and order.
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Smile guys! Thank you for all your help for Newburg days!
Hello, My husband, son and I will be PCSing soon to Ft. Leonard Wood. I was wondering if you could give us some insight as to how the communities and neighborhoods are? As far as, recent crimes, well known/often committed crimes, etc. I just want to get familiar with where we will soon call home and also where we should choose to create a home since we will be living off post. Thank you very much for your time and for all you do!
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