Webb City Police Department

  • Agency: Webb City Police Department
  • Address: 211 W Broadway St, Webb City, 64870 MO
  • Chief: Carl Francis (Chief of Police)
Phone: 417-673-1911
Fax: 417-673-5140

Webb City Police Department is located at 211 W Broadway St, Webb City, 64870 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Carl Francis. The Webb City Police Department phone number is 417-673-1911.

Webb City Police Department News

Our thoughts & prayers are with the family, friends, & co-workers of Crawford County Deputy Aaron Callaway Rest easy Deputy, we’ll take it from here

Get your application turned in now to be eligible for our upcoming testing date

Thank you for letting us be part of your evening

Thank you for letting us be part of your evening

STREET CLOSURE: Daugherty will still be closed through tomorrow, Friday, April 20th, till 5:00 pm. Cardinal Scale is finishing their fire line installation.

LANE CLOSURE: 4/18 Stadium @ Colonial will be reduced to one lane as the Street Department repairs curbing

STREET CLOSURE: Starting Wednesday, April 18th Daugherty will be closed from Main Street to Tom Street. Beginning at 7:30 am and will not reopen till Thursday, April 19th at 5:00 pm. The Water Crew will be putting in a water main.

LANE/STREET CLOSURES: Sat, April 14th from 7:30a-9:00a Good luck to those running & helping out at the race!

LANE CLOSURE: Beginning tomorrow morning, April 10th, at 7:30 AM Colonial will have one lane open from Philadelphia to Stadium Drive. The project should be done by 12:30 PM. The Street Crew will be putting in a curb

STREET CLOSURE: Colonial will have one lane open for 2 hours from Stadium Drive to Philadelphia starting now (8:40 on 4/4). The street crew is rebuilding a driveway.

WE'RE HIRING: The Webb City Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Patrol Officer Applications can be obtained at City Hall, 200 South Main or at WCPD, 211 West Broadway, Webb City, Missouri 64870. For additional information/requirements visit webbcitymo.org, call 417 673-1911, or email info@webbcitypd.org EOE Minimum criteria to be eligible for hire as a Police Officer: Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent; valid driver’s license; and possession of current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification OR possession of P.O.S.T. certification from another state and eligibility to obtain Missouri P.O.S.T. certification prior to employment. 1. Minimum 21 years of age. 2. Possession of current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification OR possession of P.O.S.T. certification from another state and eligibility to obtain Missouri P.O.S.T. certification prior to employment. 3. No previous felony convictions or misdemeanors involving domestic violence or moral turpitude. 4. Possess a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. 5. Successful completion of the departmental testing process, a final background and pre-employment drug screening. Prefer (but do not require) two (2) years law enforcement experience and/or an Associate degree in Law Enforcement, Police Science or closely related field. Applicants who successfully complete the written, physical performance and oral portions of the testing, which involve a preliminary background check, may be placed on a “pre-qualified” list for one calendar year. As vacancies occur for Police Officers, and the applicant has attained the qualifications listed above, selected candidates will be subjected to an oral examination, a final background check, including a computerized voice stress examination, and a pre-employment physical, psychological, and drug screening. Those applicants, who have applied within the past twelve months and have not been successfully hired, need not re-apply. The City of Webb City reserves the right to remove any applicant from the eligibility list without cause. Salary: Starting salary $29,411.20-$40,435.20 based on experience.

FEMA SHELTER LOCATIONS: Webb City: Crowder College – 600 South Ellis Madge T. James Kindergarten Center – 211 West Aylor Cardinal Dome at Webb City High School – 621 North Madison Small Shelters: (transferred from the FEMA Housing) 1060 North Madison (Webb City Public Works) 300 North College (Webb City Head Start) Liberty & Daugherty (just north of the old Filling Station) Oronogo: Truman Complex – 810 North Highway D Carterville: Carterville Elementary – 210 East Hall The FEMA Community storm shelters will be opened before the outdoor warning sirens are sounded when Webb City is in the projected path of a National Weather Service issued Tornado Warning or Severe Weather Event with life threatening winds (in excess of 75 mph). Have a plan & do not wait until the weather radio alerts or outdoor warning sirens sound to seek shelter away from your residence. FEMA regulations do NOT allow for pets in any of the shelters; provisions will be made for service animals. Stay tuned to your favorite weather news service for updates.