Upcoming Events

Apr
10
Fri
7:00 pm Trivia Night to benefit The Miss... @ The Heights
Trivia Night to benefit The Miss... @ The Heights
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Trivia Night to benefit The Missouri Special Olympics @ The Heights
On April 10th, 2015 the Richmond Heights Police Department will be hosting its 17th annual Special Olympics Trivia Night.   100% of the proceeds of this event will be donated to the Missouri Special Olympics. To Register a[...]
Sep
25
Fri
11:00 am PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club
PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club
Sep 25 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club | Florissant | Missouri | United States
On Friday, September 25th, the Richmond Heights Police Department will be hosting its 18th annual golf tournament. The tournament is to raise money for several community policing programs. This unit, called P.A.C.T. (Police and Community[...]

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January 2015 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 80 traffic accidents in the month of January, 2015.  This is up from the 62 accidents that were handled in January, 2014.

High Accident Locations

Accidents by Day of Week / Time of Day

Accidents by Severity

 

2012-2015 Accident Comparison

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Vehicle Thefts

On 11/14/14 between 8:00am and 8:30am, two vehicles were stolen from residents while they were left running, unattended.  The affected areas were YALE AVENUE and CLAYTONIA TERRACE.  The Richmond Heights Police Department continues to stress that even though the temperatures are dropping, please do not warm up your vehicles and leave them unattended.  These types of crimes are typically ones of opportunity.  Please don’t provide an opportunity to be a victim of an easily preventable crime.

 
1100 Block of Yale Avenue
1300 Block of Claytonia Terrace

Beware of “Grandparent Scams”

Recently the Richmond Heights Police Department took a report from an individual who was a victim of a common type of scam, sometimes referred to as a “family emergency scam” or “grandparent scam.”

As explained by the Federal Trade Commission…

Scammers may pose as relatives or friends, calling or sending messages to urge you to wire money immediately. They’ll say they need cash to help with an emergency — like getting out of jail, paying a hospital bill, or needing to leave a foreign country. Their goal is to trick you into sending money before you realize it’s a scam.

For further information, please visit the FTC’s Family Emergency Scam webpage.