Report It: Citizen Property Inventory System
Interacting with you as a resident of West Plains is one of the most important things we do. The more information you can access through Police Department bulletins, special events and other resources, the safer the choices you can make. The more information you can provide to us by staying aware, reporting a crime or spotting a suspect, the better we can protect you.
Your safety is the reason we’re here, so we provide real-time, accurate data and effective, open communication and transparency so you know what we are doing and why we’re doing it. One of the primary ways we do this is through this website and social media.
This page includes recent West Plains Police Department and community media releases. Documents in PDF format require Adobe Reader.
Periodically, the West Plains Police Department seeks the assistance of the public in helping solve cases. View our active case file to see if you can help.
This list is intended for reference only and no liability is assumed or implied for names which may appear herein. Please request information from the West Plains Police Department regarding official warrant information.
"It was with great honor that we recognize Gene Stanley for his 32 years of loyal and dedicated service to the citizens of West Plains and The State of Missouri. We, the Officers and Members of The West Plains Police Department, presented a plaque as a symbol of appreciation and friendship to him. We wish Gene all the best in his retirement.
Gene served the citizens of West Plains from 1984 to 2016 as a Reserve Officer.
"It was with great honor that we recognize Bruce Vincent for his 27 years of loyal and dedicated service to the citizens of West Plains and The State of Missouri. We, the Officers and Members of The West Plains Police Department, presented a plaque as a symbol of appreciation and friendship to him. We wish Bruce all the best in his retirement.
Bruce served the citizens of West Plains from 1989 to 2016 as a Reserve Officer.
Sex Offenders. Murderers. Drug Dealers. Thieves.
Many of these offenders are in our communities, near our playgrounds, and around our homes. With many cases, it can be months or years before these fugitives are arrested. And some will strike again. But with your help, we can stop these offenders and bring them to justice. NOW.
Missouri Most Wanted features dangerous fugitives from across the state who pose an active risk to public safety through:
These cases are shared by law enforcement across Missouri to enlist the public’s help in finding these criminals.