Blue Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Blue Springs Police Department
  • Address: 1100 SW Smith St., Blue Springs, 64015 MO
  • Chief: Wayne McCoy (Chief of Police)
Phone: 816-228-0164
Fax: 816-228-0147

Blue Springs Police Department is located at 1100 SW Smith St., Blue Springs, 64015 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Wayne McCoy. The Blue Springs Police Department phone number is 816-228-0164.

Blue Springs Police Department News

UPDATE: BOLO/Wanted Person/Person of Interest (Homicide Investigation) & Warrants. Person of Interest sought in Jack Price Homicide. BSPD detectives are seeking to contact: Tyler W. Herman, an 18 year old white male from Lone Jack, MO, regarding the Jack Price homicide. Tyler is 5'7" and weighs about 145 pounds. If you know where Tyler is, please call the tips hotline at (816) 474-TIPS, Blue Springs Police Dispatch at (816) 228-0151, TEXT-A-TIP (anonymously) by texting “BSPD plus your message” to CRIMES (274637). Thanks for sharing.

Congratulations to Detention Officer Ulberg on receiving the Blue Springs Police Department's Employee of the Month Award. Pictured here with Chief Bob Muenz.

Two Blue Springs men have been charged in the Friday fatal shooting and attempted robbery of Jack Price in Blue Springs, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today. Triston D. Withers, dob: 7/31/1998, of Blue Springs and Daquan M. Tolefree, dob: 10221997, face Murder 2nd Degree, Attempted Robbery and two counts of Armed Criminal Action.* According to court records, when Blue Springs Police responded to the scene of a reported shooting in the 100 block of NW Vesper St. in Blue Springs, they found 18-year-old Jack T. Price suffering from gun shot wounds. He was transported to an area hospital, where he died. Witnesses told police that two men in ski masks came in and they pointed a gun at one person's head. Someone yelled at the victim to get a gun and one of the two men in masks shot Price. A witness identified one of the suspects at Triston D. Withers. During a search of the crime scene, shell casings a cell phone were located on the back deck, where the suspects left the residence. The phone number of the cell phone came back to Withers. Tolefree told police he was with Withers at the residenc eon NW Vesterp when he saw Withers shoot a guy standing in front of his girlfriend. Then they ran out. Prosecutors requested $150,000 bonds on each defendant. For more information, contact: Michael Mansur Director of Communication Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office Jean Peters Baker, Prosecutor Work : (816) 881-3812 Mobile: (816) 674-3954 mmansur@jacksongov.org http://jacksoncountyprosecutor.com

Update: Media Release from the Blue Springs Police Department. The victim of the shooting is Jack Price of Blue Springs, MO. Our hearts and prayers go out to the family. Again, if you have any information on this incident, please contact the Blue Springs Police Department dispatch center at (816) 228-0151.

Big time congratulations to both Officer Epperson and Officer Corona on their graduation from the Kansas City Regional Police Academy and welcome to the Blue Springs Police Department!

Information on the upcoming February RAD-Women's Self-Defense Classes.

City crews will pretreat streets overnight in advance of the winter weather expected Sunday morning. Roadways may be slick especially on bridges. If you must travel, please use caution and give yourself plenty of commute time.

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UPDATED II: The victim of the shooting is 16 year old Colby Stephenson. (This information is being released per the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office). UPDATED: Police are looking for a RED late 90's model Pontiac 2 door missing the left rear hubcap. If you see this vehicle or have information on it, please contact the police department.

Thank you to the Bscpa Alumni Association for coordinating this year's Shop With a Blue Springs Cop event! Thank you again to everyone that donated and volunteered to make this event possible!

2017 Blue Springs Police Department Awards Ceremony. What a wonderful evening and a big congratulations to all.

Congratulations to Detective K. Lange on being presented with the November 2017 Employee of the Month for the Blue Springs Police Department. Presenting the award to Detective Lange is Chief Bob Muenz.

Congratulations to PO M. Leslie on being presented with the Supervisor's Award for the Blue Springs Police Department. Presenting the award is Chief Bob Muenz.

Great Afternoon at James Lewis with our Blue Pals (Pen Pals). Wonderful Group.

Congratulations to Police Officer Wyrick for the Employee of the Month Award for the Blue Springs Police Department.

Blue Springs Police Department RAD Class - For information regarding future classes please contact Sgt. Jarvis at 816-220-4597 or Detective Benson at 816-655-0807.

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The holidays are filled with traditions. One tradition we need to all work together to change is that the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is traditionally the deadliest day of the year on the roadways. Our officers want to see everyone arrive safely at their destination. The holidays should be a time filled with family and special memories. We are requesting you to do your part by driving the speed limit, wearing your seat-belt, allowing the proper following distance, putting away your electronic devices, and choosing not to drink and drive. Red ribbons are available in our lobby as part of the "Tie one on for safety" campaign if you would like to pick one up. A reminder for people to drive safe and use a sober driver through the holidays. Thank you for doing your part to make our roadways safer for everyone. We hope you enjoy a safe and happy holiday!

Post from Gary Vande Velde (Friday, November 10, 2017). I just want to thank all the police officers and veterans for your service. It was a honor to be in the same room with you guys as a dog catcher. Stay safe and God Bless. 🇺🇸

Post from Beckie Baker (Monday, November 13, 2017): Just wanted to thank you for escorting the Golden Regiment to the school last night. I can tell you that you made the kids feel so special and appreciated. It was the perfect ending to an exciting but exhausting weekend. Thank you!!