St. Louis Metropolitan PD




    The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) is committed to protecting, serving, and assisting citizens in City of St. Louis when conditions arise that may affect the well-being of the individual or community. The men and women of the Department are committed to the core values of service, integrity, leadership and fair treatment for all.

    Because the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department also values transparency and technology, the mobile application, SLMPD Mobile, is proudly presented. The app is free to the public and gives you easy access to the the Chief’s blog, alerts, photos, videos, and social media – anytime, anywhere. The application also contains a special feature for submitting tips to the Department. Join us in working together to make the City of St. Louis a safer place for families and neighborhoods.

    The following features are included in the application:

    · Chief’s Blog: Read the Chief’s messages to citizens.

    · Alerts: Sign up for alerts that can be delivered to your cell phone or email.

    · Submit a tip: Be the eyes and ears of SLMPD and help the Department by submitting anonymous tips to help fight crime in the City.

    · Crimestoppers: Support the greater St. Louis region and help fight crime by submitting a tip to the St. Louis Regional Crimestoppers.

    · Citizens Service Bureau: Submit requests for various city services through a direct link to the Citizens’ Service Bureau.

    · Twitter: Follow and communicate with SLMPD through a direct link to the Department’s Twitter account.

    · Facebook: Review the latest Department’s information on Facebook and become a friend of the Department.

    · Videos: Watch videos from SLMPD’s You Tube Channel.

    · Instagram: Follow SLMPD on Instagram.

    · Periscope: Sign up for Periscope and get a direct link to the SLMPD periscope feed.

    · Our Officers: Commend an officer or report officer misconduct to the SLMPD.

    · Directory: Find an SLMPD phone number.

    · Police Stations: Find a list of all SLMPD police stations.

    · Links: Access the SLMPD website, the City of St. Louis website, and the Citizens’ Service Bureau.

    Through the “i” Information icon:

    Email Feedback: Provide feedback to the Department. Let us know suggested improvements and new features you would like to see added. This app is for our citizens and we would like to improve our services based on the community’s needs.

    Project Information: This application is powered by, and was developed in collaboration with MobilePD, Inc.

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    Users comments for St. Louis Metropolitan PD

    Lyon Maverick

    by Lyon Maverick

    Jan 28, 2017  |  "Poor"

    What a bullshit concept. Making it easier for rude, obnoxious, nosy people to be able to rat out other people for petty, victimless crimes. If there's a truly dangerous crime, call 911. Don't text a freaking picture or upload a sound clip. And if it's something like your neighbor's dog barking too loud, how about actually approaching your neighbor in a respectful manner first before involving cops?

    Sarah Wilson

    by Sarah Wilson

    Jan 25, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Eat your pheasant, drink your wine, your days are numbered, bourgeois swine. #acab

    Ka Williams

    by Ka Williams

    Nov 01, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Doesn't work and no response from officers. Just call 911 instead

    Adam Bradt

    by Adam Bradt

    Jun 07, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Don't you just love having direct access to the master when one of the other slaves irritates you? Good news is that this apps can help line the pockets of your master while simultaneously removing it from your own while dealing with your petty issue with your fellow slave. If you want real help from people who won't shoot your dog or black friend make sure to go download Cell 411. #NoStateIsBestState #GoogleVoluntaryism #ACAB

    Kim Amina Coleman

    by Kim Amina Coleman

    Jun 07, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Love it

    Dylan Robinson

    by Dylan Robinson

    Jun 06, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Thanks to St.Louis PD for helping turning citizens against each other and furthering the police state