Richmond Police Department

From Chief Bagley

On behalf of the Richmond Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our page.  Personally, I take great pride in leading what I consider to be one the finest law enforcement organizations in Missouri.

Our number one priority is the service we provide to the citizens and visitors of our community.  Our service is our greatest product offered and we strive every day to make that product the best available anywhere.  Each officer and civilian employee are committed to making our community the best place to live, work, and enjoy.  We accomplish this by partnering with our community to provide that service, aid, and protection while aggressively investigating and curtailing crime.

Our officers strive to present the Richmond Police Department as a model of professionalism and accountability to the citizens and guests of our great City through our Mission and Vision.

The Mission of the Richmond Police Department is to enhance the quality of life for all citizens and visitors of Richmond by reducing the fear of crime, thereby increasing the genuine safety and peace of all within our community.

Our success at fulfilling our mission is attributable to our remarkably dedicated officers and staff.  As we aim for excellence in all that we do, we are committed to recruiting and retaining only the highest quality employees

The Vision of the Richmond Police Department is to deliver unparalleled service to our community through proactive community partnerships, problem-solving strategies, innovation, creativity, and adaptability to an everchanging environment.

We are further devoted to the training and professional development of our staff, as we recognize that personal growth and enhancement are critical for achieving organizational success.  We are able to accomplish this through the leadership of Chief of Police Scott Bagley who oversees the department along with 1 Lieutenant, 1 Sergeant, 2 Patrol Corporals, 1 school resource officer, 8 full time/reserve patrol officers, 1 animal control officer and a civilian administrative assistant.

To achieve this, Richmond Police Officers attend training regularly and have varied skill sets that make them capable of dealing with most any situation. Some of these skill sets include: computer voice stress analysis, Rural Missouri Major Case Squad, advanced firearms training, school active shooter training, advanced crime scene investigation, advanced interrogation training, crash investigation training and much more. Richmond Police Officers take pride in a high ratio of solved cases due to hard work and dedication, as well as the help and support of the great community in which they serve every day.

Police Department Fees
The Richmond Police Department as custodian charges the following fee schedule for duplication costs:

  • Police report: $5.00
  • Incident report: $3.00
  • DWI report: $5.00
  • A.I.R. form: $2.00
  • BAC maintenance report: $2.00
  • Accident report: $5.00
  • Ticket copy: $2.00
  • Background checks: $7.00
  • Adoption letters: $7.00
  • Notary service for reports: $3.00

Fingerprinting services per card upon request.
City residents: $10.00.
Non-residents: $20.00

The fee for a DVD copy of police video is $10.00.

ATV/UTV Special Use
All-terrain or utility vehicles must be issued a special permit by the City to operate upon the streets and highways of the City. The fee for the permit is $20.00 and can be paid at City Hall.

Animal Control
For Animal Control information, please visit their page by clicking Here.

If there is an emergency, please call 911.

Richmond Police Department
207 Summit St., Richmond, MO 64085
Phone: (Administration) 816-776-3575
Phone: (Dispatch) 816-776-5826
Fax: 816-470-5961

Chief of Police
Scott Bagley

Administrative Assistant
Cindy Estes

Lobby Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Officers are on duty 24/7)

Richmond Police Department  Annual Reports

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