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Position Annoucement

POLICE OFFICER

RICHMOND HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Starting Salary:  $57,778                                                                               

Uniform Pay Grade:  2

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August 2020 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 44 traffic accidents in the month of August 2020.  This is down from the 78 accidents that were handled in August 2019*.   For the year, we have responded to 321 accidents. This is 213 less than the same time period in 2019*.

*This decrease can be attributed, in part, to the significant drop in vehicle traffic due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

High Accident Locations

Accidents by Day of Week / Time of Day

Accidents by Severity

2017-2020 Accident Comparison

2017-2020 Accident Comparison

August 2020 UCR Part 1 Crime Comparisons


(The Year-over-Year chart compares the same month in 2018, 2019, and 2020)

 


(The Year-to-Date chart compares Jan 1 through the current month for 2018, 2019, and 2020)

The FBI’s UCR Program collects statistics on the number of offenses known to law enforcement. In the traditional Summary Reporting System (SRS), there are eight crimes, or Part I offenses, (murder and nonnegligent homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, larceny-theft, and arson) to be reported to the UCR Program.  For more information, visit the FBI’s UCR website.

September 2020 Crime Summaries

last updated 9/18/2020

DATE LOCATION NATURE DESCRIPTION
09/01/20 1700 S Hanley Rd

Menards

Larceny One subject was arrested for stealing $117 worth of merchandise from Menards.  The subject was later released with a municipal summons.

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July 2020 Accident Statistics

The Richmond Heights Police Department responded to 30 traffic accidents in the month of July 2020.  This is down from the 68 accidents that were handled in July 2019*.   For the year, we have responded to 277 accidents. This is 179 less than the same time period in 2019*.

*This decrease can be attributed, in part, to the significant drop in vehicle traffic due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

High Accident Locations

Accidents by Day of Week / Time of Day

Accidents by Severity

2017-2020 Accident Comparison

2017-2020 Accident Comparison

August 2020 Crime Summaries

last updated 9/4/2020

DATE LOCATION NATURE DESCRIPTION
08/01/20 8101 Dale Ave

Courtyard by Marriott

Recovered Auto While patrolling the parking lot, an officer discovered a vehicle wanted by another agency.  The vehicle was towed at the agency’s request.

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July 2020 UCR Part 1 Crime Comparisons


(The Year-over-Year chart compares the same month in 2018, 2019, and 2020)

(note: a negative number indicates the reclassification of a previously classified offense [e.g., robbery reclassified as a larceny])


(The Year-to-Date chart compares Jan 1 through the current month for 2018, 2019, and 2020)

The FBI’s UCR Program collects statistics on the number of offenses known to law enforcement. In the traditional Summary Reporting System (SRS), there are eight crimes, or Part I offenses, (murder and nonnegligent homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, larceny-theft, and arson) to be reported to the UCR Program.  For more information, visit the FBI’s UCR website.

Missouri Office of Homeland Security Launch SafeNation Suspicious Activity Reporting Tool

SafeNation App

Awareness is an important part of preventing threats in Missouri. We need your assistance in the fight against terrorism. Our greatest resources in the detection of suspicious activity are the citizens of Missouri.

The Missouri Office of Homeland Security, in partnership with the three Missouri fusion centers, Kansas City Regional Fusion Center (KCRFC), Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), and the St. Louis Regional Fusion Center (STLFC), have launched a new tool to instantly report suspicious activity. SafeNation is a mobile suspicious activity reporting application that allows citizens to submit anonymous reports that pertain to potentially suspicious activity observed, known or suspected.

SafeNation is now available to the citizens of Missouri for download (free) in the Apple Store and Google Play. Submitted tips will be routed and addressed by the Missouri fusion centers within your area. As always, call 9-1-1 in case of an emergency.

This initiative will enhance Missouri’s partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security’s See Something Say Something campaign. Please share this announcement with your citizens and within your community and respective disciplines.

SafeNation App Flyer (PDF)