Get Involved

The Olivette Police Department believes in the philosophy that through partnerships between residents and police, we can proactively address the immediate conditions in our community that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime. We encourage you to get involved with one of our many programs that promote this partnership between residents and the police.

Explore Our Programs

Citizen Police Academy

CPA Logo 2020The Citizen Police Academy is a unique opportunity for the public to get educated about the criminal justice system and gain insight into everyday police work. By promoting the understanding between the community's residents and its police offers regarding their respective needs and problems, citizens and police can work together to make the community a safer place to live. Learn more


Olivette Night Out

6Olivette Night Out is an opportunity for residents to get to know their neighbors and meet with members of the Police and Fire Departments as well as City Officials. This is a fantastic event for the community to promote police/ fire/community partnerships, crime prevention, and neighborhood camaraderie.  Learn more

Neighborhood Watch

neighborhood-watchThe Neighborhood Watch program aims to increase feelings of security in participants, particularly those who live alone. Citizens are trained to report suspicious activities to the police department immediately and what kind of information is needed by the police department to be effective in responding to a suspicious activity. Learn more

St. Louis Crime Stoppers

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 The St. Louis Regional Crime Stoppers is a resource for the area that provides information on wanted fugitives and missing persons. It also allows citizens to submit tips to help in the crime stopping process. Learn more


Community Camera Registration Program

Community Camera Registration - SmallThe Olivette Police Department wants to partner with residents and businesses to use technology to supplement investigations into alleged criminal activity.  This is a voluntary program, intended to keep Olivette safe using cameras as a "neighborhood watch of the 21st Century." Learn more