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  1. Quarterly Public Safety Report

    Springfield Police Department releases Quarterly Public Safety Report

    The second quarter of 2016 saw an overall increase in crime by 2 percent. This is in comparison to the crime statistics of April through June 2015, and it is shown in the Springfield Police Department’s latest Quarterly Public Safety Report. Read on...
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    National Night Out promotes safe, healthy neighborhoods

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams is sending a message to criminals: neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. This year marks the fifth anniversary of a citywide National Night Out event to coincide with the national public safety event. Read on...
  3. Coffee photo

    "Coffee with the Chief" tomorrow morning

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 20, at Big Momma's Coffee & Espresso Bar, 217 E. Commercial. Read on...
  4. crime scene tape

    Person found dead after house fire

    The Springfield Police Department and Springfield Fire Marshals are investigating a death and a fire that began on the 900 block of West Ildereen around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning. Read on...
  5. SPD Logo

    Springfield police investigate suspicious deaths

    Springfield police officers were dispatched to 906 S. Kickapoo at approximately 1:14 p.m. on July 8 after family members of the residents called 911 and requested a well-being check. Read on...
  6. job expo

    SPD to host Q&A session for potential applicants

    The Springfield Police Department would like to invite anyone who is interested in becoming a Springfield police officer to attend an upcoming informational seminar. Read on...
  7. Frank Schultz

    Suspect of child molestation case now in custody

    Frank P. Lambert (6-30-58), who was identifying previously as Frank Schultz, was taken into custody this evening after police received a tip from a citizen and located Lambert in the 800 block of N. Forest in Springfield. Read on...
  8. cadets

    SPD opens application process for teen cadet program

    The Springfield Police Department is now accepting applications for its Cadet Unit, which is a volunteer operational unit designed to prepare young cadets for a career in law enforcement while supplementing the resources of the department. Read on...
  9. missing person

    Missing and endangered person, James Edwards, located

    The missing and endangered person police were in search of has been located and is safe. Read on...
  10. under investigation

    Investigation of fatal hit-and-run continues

    The Springfield Police Department is continuing the investigation into a motor vehicle crash in which a bicyclist was struck by a vehicle in the 600 block of East Kearney Street at approximately 11:10 p.m. on Friday, June 10. Read on...
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    Neighborhood Watch training session to be offered

    The Springfield Police Department's crime prevention officer will be conducting a Neighborhood Watch training session this month. Read on...
  12. SPD Logo

    Hit-and-run suspect critically injures bicyclist

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle crash in which a bicyclist was struck by a vehicle in the 600 block of East Kearney Street at approximately 11:10 p.m. on Friday, June 10. Read on...
  13. blurred vision

    Two arrested during sobriety checkpoint

    On June 10, the Springfield Police Department, in conjunction with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, conducted a sobriety checkpoint at Glenstone and Turner. Read on...
  14. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, June 9, at Classic Rock Coffee, 1900 W. Sunset. Read on...
  15. Citizens Police Academy

    Offering citizens a crash course on policing in Springfield

    Each year, the Springfield Police Department offers citizens the unique opportunity to get a taste of how their law enforcement agency and its many specialized units operate. Read on...
  16. Downing

    Search ends for missing endangered person

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered person and is asking for the public’s assistance. Read on...
  17. impaired driving

    SPD has DWI checkpoint planned for June

    The Springfield Police Department takes drunk driving very seriously and is planning at least one DWI checkpoint during the month of June. It will be funded by a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Read on...
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    Search ends for missing endangered person

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered person and is asking for the public’s assistance. Read on...
  19. lights

    Fatal crash in west Springfield

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash at Sunshine Street and Zimmer Road, at 3:10 p.m. on May 28. Read on...
  20. Command College

    SPD lieutenants graduate from Command College

    Two lieutenants from the Springfield Police Department were honored as part of the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation Command College Class VI. Read on...
  21. corporal stripes

    Police promotions to be celebrated with ceremony Thursday

    The Springfield Police Department will host a promotion ceremony at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 26, at the Springfield Regional Police and Fire Training Center, 2620 W. Battlefield. Read on...
  22. Suspect photo

    Springfield police continue investigation of convenience store robberies

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a string of robberies that occurred early Tuesday morning. Read on...
  23. Whitney Sisco

    Search ends for missing and endangered person; woman found safe

    The Springfield Police Department has located the subject of a missing and endangered person investigation. Read on...
  24. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, at Kingdom Coffee, 211 S. Market. Read on...
  25. Kamykowski

    SPD veteran to retire after 25 years of service

    Lt. Scott Kamykowski of the Springfield Police Department will retire on May 27 after 25 years of service to the City of Springfield. Read on...
  26. badge

    SPD to honor lateral academy graduates

    A lateral graduation ceremony will take place for four police officers at 5 p.m. today at the Springfield Regional Police and Fire Training Center, 2620 W. Battlefield. Read on...
  27. investigation

    Fatality pedestrian crash

    At approximately 11 a.m. today, Springfield police were dispatched to a vehicle versus pedestrian crash in the 2500 block of W. Kearney Street. Read on...
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    Springfield Police Department releases Quarterly Public Safety Report

    The first quarter of 2016 saw an overall increase in crime by 10 percent. This is in comparison to the crime statistics of January through March 2015, and it is shown in the Springfield Police Department’s latest Quarterly Public Safety Report. Read on...
  29. crime scene tape

    January assault turns to homicide investigation

    The Springfield Police Department responded to 1053 S. Thelma Ave. at approximately 1:34 a.m. on Jan. 28, 2016, after a 911 caller stated a person had been stabbed. Read on...
  30. J. Waterhouse

    Missing person case comes to a close

    Junelle Waterhouse has been contacted by police and is no longer considered missing. Read on...
  31. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief this Thursday

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, April 21, at Dancing Mule, 1945 S. Glenstone. Read on...
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    Statewide "Click It or Ticket" enforcement Thursday

    The Springfield Police Department will be joining efforts with statewide law enforcement on April 14 for an aggressive “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to get more motorists to buckle up and to save more lives. Read on...
  33. blurred vision

    Fifteen impaired drivers arrested during sobriety checkpoint

    On April 8, the Springfield Police Department, in conjunction with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, conducted a sobriety checkpoint and arrested 15 drivers who were impaired. Read on...
  34. broken glass

    Fatality crash in Springfield

    The Springfield Police Department responded to an injury crash at Kansas Expressway and Mt. Vernon at 7:13 a.m. on March 31. Read on...
  35. impaired driving

    SPD has DWI checkpoint planned for April

    The Springfield Police Department takes drunk driving very seriously and is planning at least one DWI checkpoint during the month of April. It will be funded by a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation. Read on...
  36. Bobbie Carter

    Missing and endangered person, Bobbie L. Carter, located in Texas

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered person and is asking for assistance from the public. Read on...
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    City to pay to house inmates in Miller, Taney counties

    Springfield City Council voted on March 21 to allocate up to $500,000 to house inmates in Miller and Taney County detention facilities, as a temporary solution to a long-standing disagreement with the Greene County Sheriff. Read on...
  38. Timothy Bell

    Missing and endangered person, Timothy "Scott" Bell, located

    The Springfield Police Department has located Timothy "Scott" Bell in Springfield, Mo. He was found in good health. Read on...
  39. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief this Thursday

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, March 17, at Big Momma's Coffee & Espresso Bar, 217 E. Commercial. Read on...
  40. crime scene tape

    Assault turns to homicide investigation after victim dies from injuries

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to 831 W. Catalpa at 6:58 p.m. on March 11 after a 911 caller found an injured male lying along the road. Read on...
  41. crime scene tape

    Police need assistance in identifying victim of life-threatening assault

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a life-threatening assault that occurred at approximately 7 p.m. on March 11 in the 800 block of West Catalpa. Read on...
  42. recognition

    Police promotions to be celebrated with ceremony Friday

    The Springfield Police Department will host a promotion ceremony at 2 p.m. Friday, March 11, at the Mill Building, 216 W. Central. Read on...
  43. Job fair

    SPD to host Q&A session for potential applicants

    The Springfield Police Department would like to invite anyone who is interested in becoming a Springfield police officer to attend an upcoming informational seminar. Read on...
  44. badge

    Springfield police officer assaulted with vehicle, suspect charged

    Just before 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 27, Officer Clinton “Dave” Laws was in the area of Glenstone and Division where he located a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Casey's General Store. The driver refused to acknowledge Officer Laws or identify himself. Read on...
  45. annual report

    Police Department completes annual report

    The Springfield Police Department has completed an annual report that highlights the department’s activities during 2015. Read on...
  46. Safe Exchange Zone

    Springfield Police Department provides “Safe Exchange Zone” for internet transactions

    The Springfield Police Department has designated a parking spot at its headquarters, 321 E. Chestnut Expressway, to create a secure location for Springfield residents to complete transactions initiated in an online forum such as Facebook or Craigslist. Read on...
  47. seat belt

    Statewide "Click It or Ticket" enforcement tomorrow

    The Springfield Police Department will be joining efforts with statewide law enforcement on Feb. 19 for an aggressive “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to get more motorists to buckle up and to save more lives. Read on...
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    Motorcyclist dies weeks after January crash

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Chestnut Expressway and O’Hara Avenue at 3:46 p.m. on Jan. 29. Read on...
  49. crime scene

    Springfield police investigate homicide

    Springfield police were dispatched to 839 S. West Ave. at approximately 6:42 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13, after a 911 caller stated a person had been shot. Read on...
  50. Sgt. Allen Neal

    Long-time Springfield homicide sergeant to retire

    Sgt. Allen Neal will retire on Feb. 18 after 25 years of service with the Springfield Police Department. Read on...
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    Fatality crash investigation continues at Springfield Sanitary Landfill

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash at 3545 W Farm Road 34, the Springfield Sanitary Landfill, at 10:57 a.m. on Feb. 10. Read on...
  52. Newberry

    Subject of missing person investigation, located

    Update: Subject of missing person investigation has been located and is safe. Read on...
  53. crash.jpg

    Victim identified in fatal pedestrian crash

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to the 2000 block of South Glenstone Avenue for a vehicle versus pedestrian crash at 6:36 p.m. on Feb. 9. Read on...
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    Fatality crash

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Grand Street and Golden Avenue at 5:56 p.m. on Feb. 9. Read on...
  55. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Classic Rock Coffee, 1900 W. Sunset. Read on...
  56. crime scene tape

    Springfield police investigate homicide on Republic Road

    Springfield police officers were dispatched to the parking lot of 1645 W. Republic at 10:01 p.m. on Feb. 5 after a 911 caller stated a person had been shot. Read on...
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    Police, partner agencies continue to assist individuals notified to vacate properties

    SPD and Community Partnership of the Ozarks’ One Door program continue to work together to assist individuals who were notified they need to move from three locations in the City not appropriate for camping, or trespassing. Read on...
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    January crash turns fatal

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Sunset and Jefferson at 1:23 p.m. on Jan. 19. Read on...
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    Motorcyclist dies after Sunday crash

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to a two-vehicle injury crash at the intersection of Republic Road and Golden Avenue at 12:34 p.m. on Jan. 31. Read on...
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    Pedestrian crash turns fatal

    At 7:07 p.m. on Jan. 26 Springfield police officers responded to 2515 N. Glenstone for a crash involving a vehicle and pedestrian. Read on...
  61. nbrhoodwatch.jpg

    Neighborhood Watch training session to be offered in March

    The Springfield Police Department's crime prevention officer will be conducting a Neighborhood Watch training session in March. Read on...
  62. UCR logo

    SPD releases 2015 Uniform Crime Report

    The Springfield Police Department's 2015 crime reporting through the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) has been completed, and the year-end data shows an overall increase in Part 1 crime in Springfield of 4.5 percent. Read on...
  63. quarterly public safety report

    Springfield Police Department releases Quarterly Public Safety Report

    The fourth quarter of 2015 saw an overall increase in crime by 4.5 percent. This is in comparison to the crime statistics of October through December 2014, and it is shown in the Springfield Police Department’s latest Quarterly Public Safety Report. Read on...
  64. badge

    66th Springfield Police Academy class graduates tonight

    Graduation ceremonies for the officers of the 66th Springfield Police Academy will be held at 7 p.m. today, Jan. 22, at the Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 2210 W. Republic Road. Read on...
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    Springfield police captain retires after 22 years with department

    The commander of the Springfield Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division, Captain David Millsap, will retire from the department on Jan. 25 after 22 years of service to the City of Springfield. Read on...
  66. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief cancelled due to inclement weather

    Coffee with the Chief has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Read on...
  67. police lights

    Bicyclist succumbs to injuries after Saturday crash

    The Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Catalpa and Scenic at 11:37 p.m. on Jan. 16. Read on...
  68. Jack Brattin

    SPD searches for missing and endangered person

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing and endangered person and is asking for the public’s assistance. Read on...
  69. crime scene tape

    Springfield police investigate homicide on S. Glenstone

    Springfield police responded to a convenience store located at 2101 S. Glenstone Ave. at approximately 1:22 a.m. today, Jan. 3, after a 911 caller stated a person had been shot. Read on...
  70. Priebe's award

    SPD’s Officer Mark Priebe recognized by Special Olympics Missouri

    Officer Mark Priebe of the Springfield Police Department was named the “Outstanding Unsung Hero in Region 3” by the Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) for Special Olympics Missouri. Read on...
  71. crime scene tape

    Springfield police investigate suspicious death

    Springfield police were dispatched to Franciscan Villa at 620 W. Scott Sunday night at approximately 10:46 p.m. after a 911 caller stated a gunshot was heard in a neighboring apartment. Read on...
  72. NCMEC training

    SPD commanders attend Department of Justice program focused on protecting kids

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams and five of the Springfield Police Department’s other commanders completed the Missing Children Seminar for Chief Executives (CEO) hosted by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). Read on...
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    SPD to honor lateral academy graduates

    A lateral graduation ceremony will take place for three police officers at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Springfield Regional Police and Fire Training Center, 2620 W. Battlefield. Read on...
  74. williams.jpg

    Missouri Police Chiefs Association names SPD Chief Paul Williams 2015 Chief of the Year

    At its annual meeting in Jefferson City Dec. 10, the Missouri Police Chiefs Association (MPCA) presented Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams with the 2015 Missouri Police Chiefs Donald “Red” Loehr Chief of the Year Award. Read on...
  75. missing person

    Missing woman safely located

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing adult and is asking for assistance from the public. Update: Woman safely located. Read on...
  76. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16, at Hebrews Coffee at 1604 E. Republic. Read on...
  77. lights

    Suspect charged in robbery/assault of delivery driver

    On Dec. 10, Springfield officers responded to the area of 2131 N. Pierce to investigate a robbery after contacting a male victim at a convenience store at 1605 E. Kearney. Read on...
  78. Tanskis

    Suspects charged in armed robbery

    At 2:13 a.m. on Dec. 12, the Springfield Police Department was dispatched to a robbery involving a handgun that had just taken place at a convenience store at 609 E. Elm. Read on...
  79. Periscope screenshot

    SPD to host Q&A sessions for potential applicants

    The Springfield Police Department would like to invite anyone who is interested in becoming a Springfield police officer to attend an upcoming informational seminar. There will be two options for the seminars: in-person and virtual. Read on...
  80. crime scene tape

    Springfield police investigate officer-involved shooting

    A suspect was shot and killed on Nov. 25 after attempting to take a Springfield police officer's gun. The suspect has been identified as Magnum E. Phillips, 23, of Springfield. His next of kin have been notified. Read on...
  81. CALEA

    Springfield Police Department achieves reaccreditation from CALEA

    On Nov. 21, the Springfield Police Department was awarded reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). Read on...
  82. crime scene tape

    Springfield police continue homicide investigation, victim identified

    At approximately 12:25 p.m. on Nov. 23, Springfield police officers responded to 342 E. Downing Street after a 911 caller requested that officers check the well-being of the residents. Read on...
  83. seatbelt

    Increased "Click It or Ticket" enforcement Wednesday

    The Springfield Police Department will be joining efforts with statewide law enforcement on Nov. 25 for an aggressive “Click It or Ticket” mobilization to get more motorists to buckle up, and save more lives. Read on...
  84. crash

    October crash turns fatal

    At 5:36 a.m. on Oct. 30, the Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Division Street and LeCompte Road. Read on...
  85. awards and promotions

    SPD recognizes promotions and honors award recipients

    The Springfield Police Department hosted a combined awards and promotions ceremony for citizens and SPD staff at 2 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the Springfield Art Museum. Read on...
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    Springfield police investigate connected robberies

    The Springfield Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in the investigation of two related robberies that occurred on Nov. 13 and 15. Read on...
  87. patch

    Media Alert: SPD to present awards, recognize promotions

    The Springfield Police Department will recognize three promotions and present 13 awards at 2 p.m. on Nov. 17 at the Springfield Art Museum. Read on...
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    Sobriety checkpoint results

    The Springfield Police Department, in collaboration with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri State Highway Patrol, conducted a sobriety checkpoint last night on Sunshine Street at West Bypass. Read on...
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    Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting identified as Joseph M. Tyndall

    The suspect who pointed a gun at Springfield police officers and was shot and killed in the early morning hours of Nov. 4 has been identified as Joseph M. Tyndall, age 30. Read on...
  90. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief this Friday

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, at the Dancing Mule, 1945 S. Glenstone. Read on...
  91. podium

    Springfield police investigate officer-involved shooting

    Chief Paul Williams delivered a statement on the Nov. 4 officer-involved shooting. One subject was killed, and no officers were injured. Read on...
  92. crime scene tape

    Springfield police investigate homicide on W. State

    At approximately 8:25 a.m. on Nov. 2, officers from the Springfield Police Department responded to 920 W. State Street after a 911 caller stated a disturbance was occurring at the residence. Read on...
  93. drunk driving photo

    Police to conduct DWI checkpoint in November

    The Springfield Police Department takes drunk driving very seriously and is planning at least one DWI checkpoint during the month of November. Read on...
  94. QPSR3rd2015.jpg

    Springfield Police Department releases Quarterly Public Safety Report

    The third quarter of 2015 saw an overall increase in crime by 3 percent. This is in comparison to the crime statistics of July through September 2014, and it is shown in the Springfield Police Department’s latest Quarterly Public Safety Report. Read on...
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    Keep little ghosts and goblins safe on Halloween night

    While Halloween is a favorite holiday for most families with young children, it does pose several safety risks. Read on...
  96. crime scene

    Springfield police investigate homicide

    At approximately 9:23 p.m. on Oct. 26, Springfield police officers responded to 2148 N. East Apt. #B after the 911 caller discovered a male subject who was not breathing. Read on...
  97. lights

    Pedestrian dies following Oct. 6 traffic crash

    At 9:49 p.m. on Oct. 6, a crash occurred near the intersection of National Avenue and Bear Boulevard. Read on...
  98. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, at The Coffee Ethic, 124 Park Central Square. Read on...
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    Burglary suspect charged

    Robert Jacob Rushing, 33, of Springfield has been charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of felony stealing. Read on...
  100. Patch

    Police promotions to be celebrated with ceremony Friday

    The Springfield Police Department will hold a promotion ceremony at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, at the Special Response Team Building, 216 W. Central. Read on...
  101. Job fair

    SPD to host Q&A sessions for potential applicants

    The Springfield Police Department would like to invite anyone who is interested in becoming a Springfield police officer to attend an upcoming informational seminar. There will be two options for the seminars: in-person and virtual. Read on...
  102. Stop the Violence banner

    Family Violence Task Force to partner with Verizon and MSU to host third annual community conference

    Verizon Wireless has awarded a $15,000 HopeLine grant to the Family Violence Task Force, a part of Community Partnership of the Ozarks' Violence Free Families. The funds will allow domestic violence training to be provided at no cost to the community. Read on...
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    Increased police presence planned this weekend

    The Springfield Police Department will increase its presence this weekend in the area of the Glenstone/Kearney intersection. Read on...
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    City to receive federal grant to help hire 11 additional police officers

    The City of Springfield was notified Monday by the U.S. Department of Justice that the City will receive funds to assist with the hiring of 11 additional officer positions under the 2015 COPS Hiring Program (CHP). Read on...
  105. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, at Classic Rock Coffee, 1900 W. Sunset. Read on...
  106. nbrhoodwatch.jpg

    Neighborhood Watch training sessions to be offered next month

    The Springfield Police Department will be conducting Neighborhood Watch training sessions in October. Read on...
  107. blurred vision

    Sobriety checkpoint results

    The Springfield Police Department and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office conducted a sobriety checkpoint last night at Jefferson Avenue and Harrison Street. Read on...
  108. Neighborhood watch signs

    Neighborhood Watch training sessions to be offered next month

    The Springfield Police Department will be conducting Neighborhood Watch training sessions in October. Read on...
  109. Citizens police academy

    2015 Citizen’s Police Academy kicks off tomorrow

    The Springfield Police Department’s 2015 Citizen’s Police Academy begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 10, at the Springfield Regional Police and Fire Training Center, 2620 W. Battlefield. Read on...
  110. Carrie Ann Allen

    Update on missing person

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a report of a missing person and is asking for assistance from the public. Read on...
  111. drunk driving photo

    Police to conduct DWI checkpoint this month

    The Springfield Police Department takes drunk driving very seriously and is planning at least one DWI checkpoint during the month of September. Read on...
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    CreAsian restaurant to donate half of Sept. 9 gross sales to Springfield Police and Fire

    CreAsian restaurant, at the northwest corner of Chestnut and Campbell in Springfield, will again donate half its gross sales Wednesday, Sept. 9, to the City's Police and Fire departments. Read on...
  113. Coffee photo

    Coffee with the Chief this Thursday

    Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams will be hosting "Coffee with the Chief" at 7 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at Big Momma's Coffee and Espresso Bar, 217 E. Commercial. Read on...
  114. railroad crossing

    Multiple agencies partner today for Operation Lifesaver

    This morning, the Springfield Police Department partnered with BNSF Railroad officers, the Greene County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Operation Lifesaver, which is a program aimed toward rail safety education. Read on...
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    One of Springfield’s first female police officers to retire from the City after 41 years

    After 41 years serving the City of Springfield, Municipal Court bailiff and one of Springfield's first female police officers, Sandy Goss, will retire on Friday. Read on...
  116. SPD patch

    Fatality crash

    On May 18, the Springfield Police Department was dispatched to an injury crash near Calhoun Street and Lafontaine Avenue. On June 7, one female died from her injuries related to the crash. Read on...
  117. lights

    Missing endangered child: Maximus Mobley-Benson, 9

    UPDATE: Maximus was safely located in the 3800 block of S. Campbell. The Springfield Police Department is searching for 9-year-old Maximus Mobley-Benson. He is autistic and was last seen by his mother at 4:15 p.m. today in the 1200 block of E. Woodland. Read on...
  118. Lt Brian Phillips

    Springfield Police Department 25-year veteran to retire

    The Springfield Police Department will be honoring Lt. Brian Phillips during a retirement ceremony at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.22 at the Springfield Regional Police and Fire Training Center, 2620 W. Battlefield. Read on...