Chillicothe Police Department

  • Agency: Chillicothe Police Department
  • Address: 613 Walnut St, Chillicothe, 64601 MO
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 660-646-2121
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Chillicothe Police Department is located at 613 Walnut St, Chillicothe, 64601 MO. The Chillicothe Police Department phone number is 660-646-2121.

Chillicothe Police Department News

Detective Maples appointed as Chillicothe's new Chief of Police. Maples is a veteran of the police department and has worked numerous investigations throughout his career. Maples plans to focus his attention on community relations, staff training, and continuing with investigations. Maples is excited to continue to work with his staff, the community, other departments, and city officials in his new position to create a partnership. Maples has an open door policy and wants to hear from the community. Maples is very passionate about the City of Chillicothe, its citizens, and the Chillicothe Police Department. Chief Jon Maples, his beautiful wife Katie, son Logan, pups Rocky and Daisy, and lil' one on the way are excited to further serve Chillicothe in his new capacity.

This was a success. Thank you to Scott and Chillicothe Family Pharmacy for the invite and partnering to assist our community. Also, know that we take unused and outdated medications 24/7 at the Chillicothe Police Department to destroy those drugs. Detective Maples and Sgt. Hays enjoyed meeting and talking with the community at this event.

2017 Boofest fun! The Chillicothe Police Officers love the kiddos of Chillicothe. We gave out about 1,000 high fives. Thank you for coming.

Happy Halloween 👻! Have fun and be safe.

The Chillicothe Police Department would like to wish the Chillicothe Hornet Football team good luck tonight as they are in district play. Come on out tonight and cheer on the Hornets. Dress warm as the temperatures will be in the 30's at game time.

Recently, Chillicothe Police Officers completed firearms training conducted by Instructors Officer Grider and Officer Dysart, which was completed at night. Officers received a refresher and instruction on new techniques.

With Halloween coming up next week the Chillicothe Police Department would like to provide the kiddos and their parents with some safety tips.

***UPDATE: The owner has been located, thank you!*** We had this little girl follow someone here to the Police Department. If you know who she belongs to, help us get her home!

Come have a great time! Officers will be there.

On October 19, Officers of the Chillicothe Police Department met with Boy Scout Pack 120 Tiger Den, 1st Graders. We provided a tour of the Police Department, a bicycle safety talk, and registered their bicycles. Both the Scouts and Officers had a blast.

** UPDATE: Remington has been located and is safe.** Help us find Remington! He is a Chocolate Lab and went missing from the area of 3rd Street and Virginia Avenue. If found or if you have seen him, please contact the Police Department. Thank you!

Take the challenge! Friday is Buckle Up Phone Down day! Put your seat belt on and put the phone down while driving!

***UPDATE*** Maureen has been located and is safe! Thank you Chillicothe. Help us find Maureen Moffit. She was last seen today at approximately 3:45 PM near the Danner Park area. She is 67 years old and is diagnosed with dementia and bipolar. Maureen is 5' 1" and 112 pounds. We need to find her quickly. She was last seen wearing a peach colored shirt and blue sweatpants. If you have seen Maureen or know where she is at, please contact the Chillicothe Police Department at 660-646-2121.

On October 12th, Officers had a ride along. Will has always wanted to be a police officer and October 13th is Will's Birthday. So for his birthday we made Officer Will's dream come true. Officer Will wanted to be a police officer for a day, ride along and eat lunch with police officers. That is just what we did. Officer Will rode with Officer Smith for awhile, patrolled, conducted traffic stops, and kept Chillicothe safe. We then went to eat some pizza at Royal Inn, answered some questions, and had a good conversation with Will.

On October 10th, Officer Murdock, Sgt. Hays, Office Manager Cindy Hanavan, and Detective Maples met with our Partners in Education, Mrs. Maples' 3rd grade class. We provided some prizes and read them a book about police officers. We also ate lunch with them. We had a blast and are excited for a fun and information packed year.

***Beau has been found*** Help us find Beau. Beau is a Chihuahua/Dachshund mix and went missing from the 10 block of Clay Street today. Beau is 10 years old and his family misses him. If you have any information please contact the Chillicothe Police Department at 660-646-2121 or pm our page.

On October 9, 2017, at the City of Chillicothe Council Meeting, the Chillicothe Police Department was awarded the risk management grant from the city insurance carrier, MIRMA. The grant totaled $3,322.50 for the purchase of an in-car dash cam system. The grant was authored by Sgt. Stephens.

On 10/08/2017 at approximately 12:00 p.m, Officers responded to a report of an assault with a weapon at Chillicothe McDonalds. The assault was between two employees and one was injured. The suspect is now in custody. At this time Chillicothe McDonalds is closed while we conduct our investigation. Please avoid the area if you can, thank you.

On 10/3/2017, a citizen brought the following letter and check to the Police Department in order for us to check the validity of it. The individual stated they were a real secret shopper but this seemed fishy and they were right. We quickly noticed that the scammer wanted them to do certain things with the money as you can see from the letter. We ask that you not put it in your bank, nor should you follow the rules of the letter. THIS A SCAM AND COULD COST YOU A LOT OF MONEY AND OR CRIMINAL CHARGES. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Chillicothe Police Department.

Good job to the Lady Hornets!

We would like to thank Chillicothe Bank Midwest for having a breakfast for the local first responders of Chillicothe and Livingston County. The food was delicious and we are appreciative of their support.

Come join us tomorrow for a good time, refreshments, and some good stories from Chief Rick Knouse.

Let's help our friends out up at Trenton PD and try to find out who this person is.

Come join us this Friday at the Chillicothe MO Police Department for cake, snack, refreshments, and some good stories from Chief Rick Knouse who is retiring after 17 years as Chillicothe's Police Chief.