Truesdale Police Department

  • Agency: Truesdale Police Department
  • Address: 109 Pinckney street, Truesdale , 63383 MO
  • Chief: Ken Black (Chief of Police)
Phone: 636-456-3166
Fax: 636-456-5357
Email:

Truesdale Police Department is located at 109 Pinckney street, Truesdale , 63383 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Ken Black. The Truesdale Police Department phone number is 636-456-3166.

Truesdale Police Department News

The Truesdale Police Department has again partnered with the Missouri Rural Water Association and the Drug Enforcement Administration to host a Drug Take Back. Please stop by on April 28th, 2018, between 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. We accept all forms of prescription medication and non-prescription medication.

The Warren County Sheriff's Department not only services county residents, but often provides assistance to local agencies. Unfortunately it's become common for our law enforcement officers to be assaulted by those who have no respect for others. TPD greatly appreciates the work of the Sheriff's Department and the Deputies who place themselves in harms way on a daily basis to help us protect the city.

The Truesdale Police Department wants to recognize Ms. Linda, who has been a crossing guard for the City of Truesdale for ten years. Ms. Linda braves the cold weather and busy traffic to help our kids get to school safely, and says “I like to give back to our community”. Ms. Linda also volunteers at Jordan’s Place working with kids and participates in other community organizations. Thanks Ms. Linda for doing all you do, it’s very much appreciated!!! If you happen to see Ms. Linda or another crossing guard doing a great job keeping our kids safe, feel free to thank them and let them know we appreciate the dedicated service they provide. Just a reminder for motorist to pay extra attention in school zones when kids are walking to and from school. Please contact the Truesdale Police Department if you see someone drive around a crossing guard attempting to stop traffic for kids in the crosswalk.

Motorist traveling through Truesdale may see an increase in police presence over the coming holiday weekend. TPD will be joining surrounding agencies in working the St. Patrick’s Day Driving While Intoxicated, and Youth Seat Belt Enforcement Campaigns. • DWI Enforcement Campaign begins on March 15th, and will end on March 19th • Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign begins on March 15th, and will end on March 31st Please make arrangements to have a designated driver before taking any unnecessary risk. We also ask parents with teen drivers to remind them how important it is to wear a seat belt, not just this weekend, but anytime they find themselves behind the wheel. Have a fun and safe weekend from TPD!!!

The Truesdale Police Department would like to thank Karen, who’s been a crossing guard with the City of Truesdale for nearly ten years. Everyday our crossing guards perform the vital task of getting our kiddos across busy streets and to school safely. Karen says, “I do it for the kids”, and will be outside rain or shine to make sure all the kids traveling through her crosswalk make it to school. TPD would like to remind anyone driving through a school zone to be mindful of the speed limit, stop signs, and children walking to school. It’s our responsibility as motorist to pay attention to the road, not our cell phones. If you happen to see Karen or another crossing guard working hard to keep our kids safe, feel free to thank them and let them know how much we appreciate them.

The Truesdale Police Department arrested five suspects, on charges ranging from distribution of a controlled substance in a protected area, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property and unlawful possession of firearms by a prohibited person. The arrest resulted from a search warrant executed by the Truesdale Police Department, where heroin, cocaine, digital scales, plastic bags, and stolen firearms were recovered. The Truesdale Police Department was assisted during the investigation and conducting the search warrant by the Warren County Sheriff’s Department, Wright City Police Department, Warrenton Police Department, East Central Drug Task Force, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Persons with information regarding narcotics or any criminal activity within the City of Truesdale are encouraged to contact the Truesdale Police Department at 636-456-3166, or you can reach the East Central Drug Task Force at 1-888-823-6384.

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Please join the Truesdale Police Department in sending prayers and thoughts to the injured Arnold Police Officer and his family, both blood and blue! Wish a speedy recovery to Officer O'Conner! 💙 You're not alone Brother 💙

This is information gathered from Warren County .... please follow this and do not burn! Warren County Emergency Management Agency: "Outside burning is not recommended today. There is a heightened fire danger due to low relative humidity values, dry fuels, and high winds." #WarrenMOwx

The Truesdale Police Department want to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the family and friend times today and into this weekend! Remember to get enough sleep for that early shopping spree....ha! Drive Safe! Drive Sober! Buckle Up! Arrive Alive!

As the weekend is finishing up, there were multiple motor vehicle crashes and traffic stops conducted .... with that said, how about read below! SLOW DOWN! and MOVE OVER! When approaching stationary emergency vehicles displaying flashing lights! Now this includes lights of blue, red, yellow, and white and also includes vehicles of law enforcement, fire departments, ambulance districts, tow truck company's, roadside assistance company's, and any kind of workers on the roadway, like Missouri Department of Transportation! These are all covered!

The wonderful holiday of Thanksgiving is approaching this week so make sure everyone takes their steps to drive safely on the busy streets! Remember that many families are traveling so let's all buckle up, drive sober, arrive alive! Enjoy your time off school and work to spend with your family and friends!

The Truesdale Police Department would like to extend a very Happy Veterans Day to all those men and women who have served or made the sacrifice for this great country of ours, rather it be from the past or present or future! Enjoy this great day with your friends and family and be safe in all your travels! If you see or meet a Veteran and get to speak to them, please express your Thanks to show what this great county means to you! Again, THANK YOU Veterans!

It is that time again where the Truesdale Police Department will be holding the Drug Take Back at the Truesdale City Hall Board Room on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm. No hassles! Just bag up your unwanted or unused prescriptions and drop them off at our collection site. No signatures are required and no questions asked! Simply drop the pharmaceuticals in the collection boxes where the officers are present to assist. Remember no inhaler bottles or needles are allowed with the drugs brought. If you are unable to dispose of, we can secure these items and dispose of them properly. This event is open to all citizens in the surrounding area and not just the City of Truesdale residents. **Human Waste - Unwanted pharmaceuticals are flushed down the toilet into septic tanks; from there these harmful pharmaceuticals leach into the environment** **Wastewater Treatment - Facilities discharge pharmaceuticals back into the tributaries** **Landfills - People throw unwanted pills in the trash, which are taken to landfills and the drugs are leached into the environment**

Truesdale Police Department and the City of Truesdale out showing our respect for the USA by putting the flags out! Good Job Officers for taking the time out of your busy schedules to help put up flags and showing your respect!

Truesdale Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy 4th of July and a Great Independence Day for the USA!! To all who are traveling -- Drive safely to your destinations to be with your friends and family!! Remember to take the time to say thanks to all that have served past and present to the USA!! Also Remember those Police, Fire, EMS, and Dispatcher personnel that is working this day to help keep everyone safe!!

For all the citizens within the City Limits of Truesdale, here is the Municipal Ordinance for discharging fireworks within the City Limits of Truesdale: Section 210.560 FIREWORKS A. The term "fireworks", herein referred to, means all types of fireworks except sparklers. B. It shall be unlawful for any person to discharge or cause to be discharged any fireworks as described in this section except as stated below: 1. New Year's Eve at Midnight. 2. FROM JULY 01 UP TO AND INCLUDING JULY 10 FROM 9 AM TO 11 PM. C. It shall be lawful for a person, legal entity, company or business to sell fireworks within the City Limits of Truesdale, provided they meet all Federal, State, County and City laws referencing licensing, days and hours of operation, and the collecting of the applicable taxes. D. It shall be unlawful for any person to discharge or cause to be discharged any fireworks of any kind from a motor vehicle or towards a motor vehicle. This ordinance will be strictly enforced so please understand the dates and times of allowing fireworks to be discharged within the City Limits of Truesdale. This ordinance, along with the Municipal Ordinances for the City of Truesdale, can be found at www.ecode360.com! Any other questions please feel free to contact 636.456.3166. Be safe and have fun! From the Truesdale Police Department!

Just a friendly reminder to everyone in the area, the Warren County Fair Parade will be Sunday, July 02, 2017, starting at 4 pm. The parade route: Starting on Main Street in Warrenton, going eastbound to Highway M in Truesdale. The parade will then turn onto Pinckney Street in Truesdale, going southbound until finishing at the Warrenton High School. Please beware of the time frame between 4 pm to 6 pm! As this is the time frame allocated for this event. Attempt to make arrangements ahead of time to avoid the area or make detours around the event. ***Law Enforcement and First Responders will be shutting down the streets at approximately 3:45pm for the event*** For the citizens located within the city limits of Truesdale during this event -- PLEASE keep all juveniles off the route roads during the parade. The parade will be able to throw candy and other items while within the city limits of Truesdale. Hope everyone has a great time at the Warren County Fair Parade on Sunday and do not forget to show your support at the Warren County Fair during the dates of July 02 to 08!! Remember be safe and smile big!! From the Truesdale Police Department!

It is that time again where the Truesdale Police Department will be holding the Drug Take Back at the Truesdale City Hall Board Room on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 10 am to 2 pm. No hassles! Just bag up your unwanted or unused prescriptions and drop them off at our collection site. No signatures are required and no questions asked! Simply drop the pharmaceuticals in the collection boxes where the officers are present to assist. Remember no inhaler bottles or needles are allowed with the drugs brought. If you are unable to dispose of, we can secure these items and dispose of them properly. This event is open to all citizens in the surrounding area and not just the City of Truesdale residents. **Human Waste - Unwanted pharmaceuticals are flushed down the toilet into septic tanks; from there these harmful pharmaceuticals leach into the environment** **Wastewater Treatment - Facilities discharge pharmaceuticals back into the tributaries** **Landfills - People throw unwanted pills in the trash, which are taken to landfills and the drugs are leached into the environment**

That time again where the Truesdale Police Department will be holding the Drug Take Back at the Truesdale City Hall Board Room on April 30, 2016 from 10 am to 2 pm. Remember no inhaler bottles or needles are allowed with the drugs brought. If you are unable to dispose of we can secure these items and dispose of them properly. Please remember to not flush your drugs as it damages the environment around! This event is open to all citizens in the surrounding area and not just the City of Truesdale residents.

The Truesdale Police Department would like to extend a very Happy Veterans Day to all those men and women who have served or made the sacrifice for this great country of ours, rather it be from the past or present or future! Enjoy this great day with your friends and family and be safe in all your travels! If you see or meet a Veteran and get to speak to them, please express your Thanks to show what this great county means to you! Again, THANK YOU Veterans!

Today from 10 am to 2 pm is our Drug Take Back Program. Remember if you have any unused or left over medications to bring them to the Truesdale City Hall Board Room today! Please do not dispose medications improperly such as flushing down your toilet or throwing away in the trash can as these ideas can put a strain on our environment! Any questions about what you have feel free to stop by and show us or ask questions! 10 AM to 2 PM - Truesdale City Hall Board Room! DRUG TAKE BACK! Come see Chief Huston and Patrolman Doyle! Also if you can't make it today, Truesdale City Hall has a Drug Take Back Mailbox to accept medications during normal business hours of the City Hall. If not, find a Truesdale Police Officer and they can assist you in removal of the medications! Make our community a safe place and a better tomorrow for our future!