Department Organization

Police Organizational Chart - Wall Boards
  1. Bureau of Services
  2. Bureau of Investigation
  3. Bureau of Field Operations
Commander: (314) 505-8654
Record Room: (314) 505-8001
Reporting Officer: (314) 505-8666
Fax: (314) 505-8648


Overview
The Bureau of Services shall provide support services, including communications, records, facilities, supplies, and materials as may be required by the various components to enable them to perform their duties.

The Bureau shall be responsible for the maintenance and issuance of uniforms and equipment, stationary, and other related items. The Bureau also is responsible for Department vehicle purchases, computer equipment, radio and telephone equipment and service, maintaining a good record system providing security and retrieval, and staffing a communications system which will receive information, assess it, then determine the need for police service based on that assessment.

The Bureau shall maintain a secure storage for property and evidence, and shall keep such records to assure the integrity and accessibility of the property or evidence. 

Police Reports, Records & Fingerprinting:
 Obtaining a Police Report
  • Allow three to five working days after the incident before requesting a copy of the report. Reports can take up to 14 days to be completed and approved for release. Please call first to check on your report before coming in to get it.
  • Requests will be taken by phone, fax, or in person.
  • A $5 fee must be paid in advance for a police report copy.
Record Room
  • The Record Room is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, closed on holidays.
  • Police Reports are taken by telephone from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Fingerprinting
  • We do not currently offer fingerprinting services to the public. If you need fingerprints taken, contact St. Louis County Police at 314-889-2341.