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Safety is something that we sometimes take for granted. I urge you to take extra steps to protect yourselves, your vehicles and your homes.

Safety First!

Thousands of transactions facilitated the multitude of buy-sell-trade sites online occur in our community every day. Sometimes, these meetings can be unsafe. To increase the safety of these transactions, the Wentzville Police Department (WPD) has designated parking spots at the Law Enforcement Center entrance. By allowing transactions to take place on our property, we hope to reduce the possibility of fraud, robbery and assaults. The WPD is located at 1019 Schroeder Creek Blvd., in Wentzville, and is open 24/7.

Prevent Vehicle Break-Ins

The City of Wentzville is a great community, but we are not immune to crime. WPD conducts proactive patrol during the day and overnight hours, but that patrol canít be everywhere all the time. Protect your property with these reminders.

• Please lock your vehicles. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

• Remove valuables from sight ñ this includes laptops, purses, wallets, money, etc.

• Remove firearms from unattended vehicles ñ even if you have hidden them or invest in a gun safe for your vehicle.

• Never, ever leave your keys/key fobs in your vehicle.

Criminals are specifically looking for unlocked cars. Secure your items and take away the opportunity for criminals to break in. To report suspicious activity, please call the Wentzville non-emergency line at (636) 327-5105.

Extra Patrol and Vacation Checks

Are you leaving town for a few days? The WPD provides Extra Patrol and Vacation Checks free of charge to residents within Wentzville city limits. To take advantage of this great service, complete the forms at www.wentzvillemo.org/vacationcheck.

Crime Tips

Have a crime tip to share? The WPD has a new, easy way to share crime tips. To report a tip, please visit www.wentzvillemo.org/crimetips or call (636) 639-2180. All calls are confidential. This new option provides an additional way for you to be connected to our Police Department and help us solve crimes. Please donít hesitate to contact the emergency number 911 or the non-emergency number (636) 327-5105 to report a crime or suspicious activity. 

If you have questions or need more information about any one of these programs, please call the Wentzville Police Departmentís non-emergency line at (636) 327-5105 or visit www.wentzvillemo.org/pd.