Police Department

About the Department

Police Station

Police Station

The mission of the Warrensburg Police Department is to ensure the safety, security and well-being of our community through proactive patrol, community based interaction, crime prevention programs, investigation of offenses, accidents and enforcement of ordinances and statutes.

The Warrensburg Police Department is also responsible for Animal Control and the Animal Shelter.

The mission of the Warrensburg Animal Control and Animal Shelter is to provide a level of service that is conducive to the positive health, safety and welfare of animals and human residents in our community through proactive programs, services and enforcement.

For all nonemergency calls, please contact the Johnson County Dispatch at 660-747-2265.

Message from the Chief

Police Chief Bruce Howey

Police Chief Bruce Howey

Welcome to the Warrensburg Police Department web page. We are excited to be in our 24,000 square foot Police Headquarters Building dedicated in May 2010. Appreciation is extended to our community for voting to extend the ½ cent sales tax that funded this and other City facilities. We are very proud to host the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Zone 12 in our new building. We have an excellent long-term working relationship with the Highway Patrol and it is an honor to provide office space and building use for them.

Thanks to the voters in the Warrensburg R-6 School District, Fall of 2014, we will add three additional patrol officers and assign three seasoned officers full-time in our schools.

It is truly a pleasure to serve and be a part of our Warrensburg Community.