DEXTER POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

OUR MESSAGEMEET THE DEPARTMENT

DEXTER POLICE DEPARTMENT

305 Cooper St.
Dexter, MO 63841
573-624-5512
trevor.pulley@dexterpd.com

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Message from the Department

On behalf of the men and women of the Dexter Police Department, we would like to welcome you to our web site, and take this opportunity to tell you about our department. The Dexter Police Department embraces the philosophy of policing by encompassing two distinct strategies; aggressive no-nonsense street policing designed to impact low-level crime; and community partnerships with businesses, neighborhoods, schools and churches.
The Dexter Police Department is involved in many partnerships within our community ranging from school programs to community watch programs. These programs not only provide a mechanism for keeping our community informed and safe, but also permits us to work with our community in problem solving and community service.
We have renewed our challenge to address crime problems within our community with an attitude of professionalism, commitment, and a sincere spirit of cooperation. I am very proud of the members of the Dexter Police Department and those within our community who have assisted and supported us.

We hope the information you find in our web site is helpful and interesting, and if the Dexter Police Department can ever be of service to you, please contact us.

Thank you,

Officers and Staff of the Dexter Police Department

MEET OUR DEPARTMENT

Trevor Pulley

Trevor Pulley

Chief

 

Joshua Benton

Joshua Benton

Captain

 

Hank Trout

Hank Trout

Captain

 

Cindy Jones

Cindy Jones

Administrative Assisstant

 

Cory Mills

Cory Mills

Seargent - Detective

 

 Eddie Holloway

Eddie Holloway

Detective

 

Rick Cook

Rick Cook

Sergeant

 

John Moore

John Moore

Sergeant

 

Bradley Brown

Bradley Brown

Corporal

 

Jeremy Brotz

Jeremy Brotz

Corporal

 

 Don Donner

Don Donner

Patrolman

 

Joel Dorr

Joel Dorr

Patrolman

 

 Ryan Elledge

Ryan Elledge

Patrolman

 

Thomas Forkum

Thomas Forkum

Patrolman

 

Dwain Forshee

Dwain Forshee

Patrolman

 

D.J. Robinson

D.J. Robinson

Patrolman

 

David Simptkins

David Simptkins

Patrolman

 

Darren Dixon

Darren Dixon

Humane Officer

 

Amanda Anderson

Amanda Anderson

Communications

 

Jene McGill

Jene McGill

Communications

 

Roy Reaves

Roy Reaves

Communications

 

Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson

Communications

 

Krystle Wright

Krystle Wright

Communications

 

Employment Opportunities

Please print and complete both the Application for Employment and the Release Form. Once completed, both should be mailed or returned to the Dexter Police Department for processing.

Where are you located?
The Dexter Police Department is located at 305 Cooper St., next to the City Lake.
I have been a victim of a crime and would like more information, who should I contact?
Call the Dexter Police Department at (573) 624-5512.
Does the Dexter Police Department perform Live Scan fingerprints, or provide other fingerprinting services?
Yes. Call the Department prior to your arrival to make sure an Officer is available for fingerprinting.
What should I do if I witness suspicious activity in my neighborhood?
We encourage people to call the police department when witnessing suspicious activity. Please call the main phone number, which is (573) 624-5512. DIAL 911, only if the crime is life threatening or there is imminent danger of a violence. If you are using a cell phone, make sure you program the following emergency phone number for the Dexter Police Department (573) 624-5512. Dialing 911 from a cell phone can sometimes connect you to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, which could increase the response time to your location.
How do I contact animal services?
The Dexter Police Department Humane Officer is on duty Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call the Dexter Police Department at (573) 624-5512. You can also reach the Humane Officer on his department cellular phone at (573) 624-0408.
Where do I find out about job openings at the Dexter Police Department?

To find out about job openings the in the Dexter Police Department contact the Department or fill out the release form and application form located on this page.

How and where do I pay a traffic citation?
Traffic Citations can be paid at the Dexter Municipal Courthouse, located next to the Dexter Police Department. Traffic fines can also be paid at the front desk of the Police Department, but MUST have correct change. You can ONLY receive balance information at the courthouse.
How do I file a police report?
Dexter Police Department is open 24 hours a day/7 days a week to file a report for crimes that occurred in Dexter.
How do I obtain a copy of a police report or event?
Involved parties may obtain a copy of a report in person at the Dexter Police. There is a $1.00 a page fee to obtain reports.
If I am not listed on the report, how can I get a copy of the report?
Unfortunately you will not be able to obtain a report unless you are listed on the actual report.
What if I have information on a crime that has occurred, or will occur, but don't want to get involved?

You can send a completely anonymous tip, or give the Dexter Police Department anonymous information, by clicking on the submit a crime button at the top left of the page..

When is visitation for prisoners in the Dexter PD jail?
Visitation is on Tuesday’s and Saturday’s from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Each prisoner is allowed 15 minutes total visitation time. For example, if 3 family members come to visit a prisoner, they would each get 5 minutes. No contact visits will be allowed. There will be no handbags or purses of any type allowed in the cell area. Persons visiting must show identification. All visitors will be checked for any active warrants, and sign a visitor sheet to be allowed to visit.
What items are prisoners allowed to have while in jail?
  • The following are personal items that are allowed in the cells:
  • 3 sets of the following: underwear, t-shirts, white socks, bra’s “with no underwire”.
  • A toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Writing paper
  • 1 No.2 pencil
  • Envelope & Stamps
  • 2 paperback books
  • Up to $10.00 in quarters only.
  • Playing cards
  • Eye glasses
    Any additional items will have to be approved by an Officer and will be kept in the property holding area.

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Dexter Police Department

305 Cooper St.
Dexter, MO 63841
573-624-5512
trevor.pulley@dexterpd.com