Springfield Police Department

  • Agency: Springfield Police Department
  • Address: 321 E. Chestnut Expressway, Springfield , 65802 MO
  • Chief: Paul F. Williams (Chief of Police)
Phone: 417.864.1810
Fax: 417-864-1713

Springfield Police Department is located at 321 E. Chestnut Expressway, Springfield , 65802 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Paul F. Williams. The Springfield Police Department phone number is 417.864.1810.

Springfield Police Department News

If renewed, the Level Property Tax will fund a portion of today’s public safety needs. https://vimeo.com/236399174

http://www.news-leader.com/story/opinion/editorials/2017/11/04/our-voice-property-tax-renewal-would-fund-needed-projects-stable-revenue/830104001/

Watch this video for details on proposed projects for the Level Property Tax renewal on the Nov. 7 ballot. https://vimeo.com/238627635

The 2017 Level Property Tax renewal will provide funding to add fire stations, new equipment and staff.

Please remember election day is Nov. 7.

The 2017 Level Property Tax renewal will provide funding to repair and upgrade Police facilities and add equipment and staff.

These three officers took their oath today and will begin serving the City of Springfield next week. Please give a warm Springfield welcome to: ▪️ Officer Rick Crawshaw, formerly of the Aurora Police Department and Sparta Police Department (MO) ▪️ Officer Regan Gustafson, formerly of the Columbia Police Department (MO) ▪️ Officer Amy Zimmerman, formerly of the Arlington Police Department (TX) Congratulations to all three on graduating our lateral academy!

Chief Williams recognized these seven gentlemen for their promotions today. Please join us in congratulating them!

The Level Property Tax renewal Nov. 7 will fund a portion of today’s public safety needs. https://vimeo.com/236399174

Watch this video for details on proposed projects for the Level Property Tax renewal on the Nov. 7 ballot. https://vimeo.com/238627635

Chief Paul Williams was recognized on Oct. 21 at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) annual conference in Philadelphia, PA, for his dedication, commitment and tireless leadership in establishing the IACP Midsize Agencies Division while serving as General Chair on IACP’s Executive Board.

We are ready to continue WORKING AS PROMISED!

Please remember to vote on election day Nov. 7.

Happy Halloween! Please remember to vote on election day Nov. 7.

We’re ready to continue WORKING AS PROMISED! Visit https://www.springfieldmo.gov/election.

News Release: SPD conducts saturation patrol On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Springfield Police Department conducted a DWI Saturation Patrol. A total of 34 traffic stops were conducted during this operation. Four drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. One person was arrested on an outstanding warrant. The Saturation Patrol was funded through a grant from the MoDOT Division of Highway Safety. Consequences of drunk driving include jail time, loss of driving privileges, sentencing to use ignition interlocks and increased insurance rates. Financial losses include attorney fees, court costs, lost time at work and the potential loss of a job. Drunk driving is not worth the consequences – remember, if you drink and drive, you lose.