Police Department

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

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

The Richmond Police Department is led by the Chief of Police, Chad Burnine, who took command in 2010, after serving the city for over 10 years. Under Chief Burnine, is 1 Lieutenant, 1 Detective Sergeant, 3 Corporals, 1 Detective, 1 school resource officer, 6 full time/reserve patrol officers, 1 animal control officer and a civilian administrative assistant.

Richmond Police Officers attend training regularly and have varied skill sets that make them capable of dealing with most any situation; from petty crimes to “big city” crimes. 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.

Chief of Police
Chad Burnine, badge 100
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Detective Sergeant, C.V.S.A. Examiner
Scott Bagley, badge 103
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Detective Corporal, C.V.S.A. Examiner, Taser Instructor, Internal Affairs
Brandon Bines, badge 106
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Corporal, Glock Armorer, Firearms Instructor
Matthew Marcotte, badge 105
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Corporal
Luke Covey, badge 104
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Patrolman, C.I.T.
Jeffrey Rash, badge 109
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Administrative Lieutenant
Todd Herdman, badge 102
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School Resource Officer, C.I.T.
Chassity Nevels, badge 108
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Patrolman
Jason Owens, badge 107
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Patrolman
Tomas Rodriguez, badge 112
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Reserve Patrolman
John Schachtele, badge 113
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Reserve Patrolman
Matt Peterson, badge 110
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Animal Control Officer
Christopher George, badge 115
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Administrative Assistant
Cindy Estes
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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
Fingerprinting services per card upon request.
City residents: $10.00.
Non-residents: $20.00

DVD
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 $5.00 and can be paid to the Collector at City Hall.