Buckner Police Department

  • Agency: Buckner Police Department
  • Address: 315 S Hudson St, Buckner, 64016 MO
  • Chief: Lawrence "Mike" Cook (Chief of Police)
Phone: (816)650-3939
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Buckner Police Department is located at 315 S Hudson St, Buckner, 64016 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Lawrence "Mike" Cook. The Buckner Police Department phone number is (816)650-3939.

Buckner Police Department News

Come join us this Saturday April 28, 2018 for the annual Buckner Project Connect event! This event will be from 9:00 am to 2:00pm at the Buckner Elementary School. There is NO COST for ANYTHING at this event! Your Buckner Police Department will once again be partnering with the DEA, with their nationwide Drug Take Back campaign. We will be accepting unwanted prescription drugs, no questions asked!

Thank you to all who has donated money to our Shop with a Cop Program. We were very successful in 2017 and appreciate the donations we continue to receive as we go in to 2018. Thank You to Michael & Dena Prindle, William & Angela Prindle and Keith & Marcheta Soendker. We appreciate everyone's continuing support and look forward to another successful one in 2018!

On 12/10/2017 at approximately 11:00pm, Officers observed several traffic violations, while following a vehicle in the 300 block of South Sibley. A vehicle stop was then conducted in the 200 block of East Monroe, with two females from the Blue Springs area. Officers were able to utilize a Police K-9 and narcotics were located in the vehicle. The driver was arrested for driving while revoked, possession of a controlled substance and further had a Felony warrant for possession of controlled substance. The passenger was released on scene.

Here are the pictures from Shop With a Cop 2017. Everyone had an awsome time with the little ones!! A huge Shout out to the Onka family for their efforts in making this happen.We would like to thank the following businesses, individals and Officers that donated to this years Success. Businesses: Tuscanos Franks Lube Shop Dollar General Caseys Shell Gas Station Summer Farms Subway Thriftway Oreillys Mayors Christmas tree Fort Osage Fire Protection District Individuals: Richard Ramirez and family Chris & Amy Pearson Bruce & Lynda Robertson Ann Howell Jason & PO Onka PO Adkins PO Brotherton Chief Buffalow PO Sutherland We hope the little ones had as much fun as we did this year.

On 12/01/2017 at approximately 4:30 pm, Officers were dispatched to the area of Ames and Erin Street for a vehicle matching the description, of an earlier reported stolen auto. Officers were able to locate the vehicle, which led to a pursuit. The pursuit ended in the area of Blue Mills and Galvin, where the vehicle left the roadway and caught fire. After a short area check and foot chase, the male driver, from the Atherton area was taken into custody and transported for medical treatment. The stolen auto has been recovered and the driver is facing several charges from the incident.

On 12/01/2017 at approximately 0230 hours in the morning, Officers were dispatched to a reported disturbance in 100 block of Baker. While in the area, Officers could hear a vehicle rapidly accelerating in the 100 block of North Lee. Officers responded to the area and observed a green mini van leaving the area. Officers attempted a vehicle stop, which led to a pursuit that ended in Independence, MO. Officers took one adult male and two male juveniles into custody, all three parties were from Kansas City, MO. Upon further investigation, multiple vehicles were found to be damaged in the 100 block of North Lee.

Shout out to Officer Onka. On 11/24/2017, Officer Onka spotted a male wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service, for escaping custody. This occurred in the 300 block of Zoe and Officer Onka was able to take the subject into custody without incident. Good work Officer Onka!!!

Congratulations are in order for Officer.. ahem sorry, SERGEANT Sutherland who was just promoted by Chief Buffalow.

Officer Onka was able to deliver Thanksgiving dinners to 10 families yesterday! Thank you, Buckner Thriftway, for all of your donations and support!

We had a blast with everyone that came out for Trunk n Treat!! All the costumes were awesome! Enjoy your Halloween everyone, be safe and make good decisions! 🎃

On Saturday October 28th, 2017 at approximately 11:00 p.m. Officer Sutherland stopped a vehicle in the area of US 24 highway and Old Lexington Road for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as Mr. Crouthers, who was reported missing from his residence in Montrose, Missouri, and suffering from dementia. Mr. Crouthers, and his four legged sidekick "JJ" were given a ride to the Police Department, where they were later reunited with concerned family members. Good job Officer Sutherland!

We have had several sets of keys and pocket knives turned into the Police Department. If you are missing any property, please feel free to come by and claim your property.

Earlier this evening at approximately 8:15 p.m. Officers of the Buckner Police Department were dispatched to the area of Sibley & Reser in regards to a suicidal subject. Assistance was requested, and Officers from the Oak Grove Police Department, Grain Valley Police Department, and Jackson County Sheriff's Office responded as well. Due to the nature of the situation, houses in the area were evacuated as a precaution. At approximately 2300 hours this incident concluded. The subject was taken in to custody, then transported to the hospital for treatment.

UPDATE: The roadway is now open, thank you for your patience as we worked to get this situation resolved. Officers of the Buckner Police Department are currently working an active incident in the area of Sibley & Reser. Traffic is shut down both ways. Please avoid the area.

We all know Halloween is still a couple weeks away but don't forget to bring the kiddos to Trunk or Treat!!! It's an amazing event and we would love to see you all there!

It was wonderful to see the turnout that there was for the Red & Blue 5K event!! Hope to see more next year!

Don't forget to come join in on the fun this Saturday at 5:00 PM!

The Buckner Police Department is investigating a stolen auto report that occurred earlier this morning around 5:20 AM at Casey's General Store. These are some photographs retrieved from video footage of the suspect. If you recognize him at all, please contact the Buckner Police Department. You can remain anonymous!

If you have the opportunity to sign up and help honor all first responders, please do!

Don't forget to find your way down to the festival and parade this weekend! We'd love to see you all out there!

Did you all enjoy the eclipse?? Our officers & Chief at the police department sure did.