Camdenton Police Department

  • Agency: Camdenton Police Department
  • Address: 437 W. US Highway 54, Camdenton, 65020 MO
  • Chief: Laura Wright (Chief of Police)
Phone: 573-346-3604
Fax: (573)346-2926

Camdenton Police Department is located at 437 W. US Highway 54, Camdenton, 65020 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Laura Wright. The Camdenton Police Department phone number is 573-346-3604.

Camdenton Police Department News

Today the Camdenton Police Department, Camden County Sheriff's Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol and Mid-County Fire Protection District gave the Camdenton R-III Special Olympics team an escort through the campus as students came out to cheer them on as they head to compete in the games. Good Luck Lakers!

PRESS RELEASE City of Camdenton Employees Donate to Camdenton R-III McKinney Vento Homeless Program On Friday, December 15, 2017 the Mayor presented $355 donated by City employees to the Camdenton R-III McKinney Vento Homeless Program. This program assists many homeless children and families in the school district with clothing, food, gas money, and prescriptions to name a few. To learn more about this program and ways you can assist you can contact the Camdenton R-III School District. Each Christmas season City employees generously donate to a charity which is selected by a committee of employees. Pictured from left to right: Jessica Chancellor, Home School Coordinator, Becky Slater, Home School Coordinator, Dr. Julie Dill, Assistant Principal and Mayor John McNabb.

Today the Camdenton Police Department along with Deputies from the Camden County Sheriff Department and Troopers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol participated in Shop-with-a-Cop at the Camdenton Wal-Mart. Officers were paired up with families from the community and together searched the store for the perfect Christmas gifts. Thank you Camdenton Wal-Mart for your support in this worth while program.

The Camdenton Police Department wants to thank all Veterans for their service. Day shift attended the Camdenton High School's Veterans Day Assembly and got to meet some amazing Veterans in our community.

PRESS RELEASE For the safety of trick-or-treaters, the Camdenton Police Department has a limited supply of FREE GLOW STICKS to help ensure every child’s visibility after dark. Pick up your glow sticks at the Police Department during business hours Monday – Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm OR say “hi” to an Officer when you see them on patrol. There has been concern in the past regarding the large volume of vehicle and pedestrian traffic that visit Panoramic and Ha Ha Tonka Road. Last year, in an effort to improve safety and traffic flow we encouraged one-way traffic, asking motorist to enter on Panoramic and circle around exiting on Ha Ha Tonka. This seemed to work well last year and again would suggest that motorist follow the same route this year. “We hope that this simple suggestion will improve the traffic flow and make it safer for trick-or-treaters and motorist alike; Safety is our top priority!” stated Chief Wright. Please review these simple tips on how you can help make your child safer this Halloween: • Never go trick –or-treating alone. Go trick-or-treating with a parent or adult friend. • Go to homes you know. Only go to people’s houses that you know and trust. • Wear a costume that is safe. Only wear a costume that will not put you in harms’ way. Use reflective strips for visibility when it gets dark, something warm if it is cool outside, hoods and mask that do not block you vision and watch out for long loose outfits that can cause you to trip and fall. • Have your parents check you candy. Please wait and have your parents check you candy before you eat it. You never know if anyone might try to harm you by putting something in the food or wrapper. • Look both ways before crossing streets. Please slow down and be safe by checking both directions when crossing a street. • Take a flashlight or glow stick. Have your parents or someone in your group bring a flashlight and/or glow sticks so you can see where you are walking and motorist can also spot you better. • Do NOT talk to strangers! While you are out on the streets at night be cautious of anyone you don’t know paying you a lot of attention. Again, please don’t go out alone!

October 27, 2017 FULL-TIME CLERK TYPIST POSITION – CAMDENTON POLICE - 40 Hours per week. High School Diploma or equivalent, physical exam, drug screen and background check required. City of Camdenton participates in e-verify as a part of the Missouri Immigration Law. Application and full job description available by contacting the Camdenton Police Dept. (573) 346-3604 or from the City website, = Job Opportunities - MUST CHOOSE POLICE APPLICATION! Applications accepted until position filled. EOE