Although this…More office is in Clayton, it normally does not play an active law enforcement role in that city. In special cases, the office provides assistance with services such as its SWAT team.
The department is composed of four divisions: patrol, special operations, criminal investigation and operational support. St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers, which offers rewards for crime tips, also is based at this location.
Clayton Police Department 227 S Central Ave, Clayton, MO63105 The Clayton Police Department works to maintain safety in Clayton. It employs 52 officers and four parking-control…More officials. It is composed of two bureaus, the field operations, which manages responses to calls for assistance, traffic regulations and community relations, and investigations and support, which includes records and administration. Clayton police have been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. Clayton police are expected to relocate to 10 S. Brentwood Blvd. in the summer of 2012. Payments for parking tickets may be made at City Hall.
The Richmond Heights Fire Department is composed of a fire chief, an administrative assistant and 22 firefighters.…More The office has a pumper, an ambulance and a staff car. It also has a reserve pumper and ambulance.
The office provides firefighting and emergency medical assistance. Its two primary vehicles contain life-support equipment. The firefighters are assigned to one of three shifts, and the remaining firefighter works differing shifts. The office works in cooperation with other cities' fire departments, including those of Clayton, University City and Webster Groves.
Other services the office provides to people who live in Richmond Heights include smoke-detector installation, inspections of commercial buildings and educational outreach with schools.
Richmond Heights City Hall hosts the office of the city manager. That office is composed of the city manager (phone:…More 314-645-4595), the executive secretary, human resources, IT and public relations.
City Hall also hosts the building department (phone: 314-646-7658), which handles occupancy permits and inspections, among other responsibilities. On the second floor is the finance department (phone: 314-655-3550), whose duties include handling business and liquor licenses.
Parking is available for free around the building, and a new site known as the East Lot located next to the neighboring public safety building was scheduled to open at the end of October 2010.
City Hall hosts several public meetings. City Council meets at 7:30pm on the first and third Mondays of the month; the Board of Adjustment meets at 6:30pm on the third Thursday of the month; the Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7pm on the third Thursday of the month and the Police and Fire Pension Board meets at 7pm on the second Monday of the month.
The Richmond Heights Police Department focuses on maintaing public safety in the city and addressing quality-of-life…More issues, such as the enforcement of the trash ordinance.
The office is composed of 41 members and operates a detective bureau, patrol division, traffic division, community policing division and a mall unit. It uses several vehicles to haul equipment, a motorcycle for traffic enforcement and an ATV at the mall. The office hosts bicycle-trained officers.
The basement of the Richmond Heights Public Safety Building, in which the police officers are located, contains a six-cell jail that can house between 18 and 24 prisoners.
The building also houses the East Central Dispatch Center, which manages calls for assistance in the communities of Richmond Heights, Maplewood, Shrewsbury, Webster Groves, Clayton and Olivette. All of the cities with the exception of Clayton use the jail.