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The Raymore Police Department consists of uniformed patrol officers and support personnel. The Raymore Police Officers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Follow the Raymore Police Department on Facebook!
The police department handles any situation that may arise, including:
Preserving the public peace
Protecting life and property
Arresting violators of the law
Enforcing all laws and ordinances
100 Municipal Circle
Raymore, MO 64083
Chief of Police
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Please help us welcome Officer Stephanie Hornbeck to the Raymore Police Department!
Officer Hornbeck was sworn in this morning at City Hall.
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Take a look at some Back to School Safety Tips from Raymore Police Department!
1. If you “See Something, Say Something”
Call 911, don’t post on social media (social media is not monitored 24/7).
This might include vehicles that don’t belong or people hanging around bus stops that are not known to you.
You ARE NOT bothering us! Don't be afraid to call if you have a concern.
2. Talk to your children about safe zones - police officer, police station, fire station.
3. Designate a relative, friend or neighbor to be at your residence if you can’t be there when children come home from school.
4. Children often make unexpected movements (darting between cars, chasing each other) so PLEASE SLOW DOWN.
5. Please take note of the “No Drop Off Areas” when loading and unloading children.
6. School Zone Speed Enforcement - we WILL be out there.
7. PLEASE obey the stop arms on all buses. If you see someone illegally passing a stopped bus, CALL US.
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Tomorrow is the first day of school for Raymore-Peculiar School District students!
We'll be out in those school zones mornings and afternoons enforcing speed limits.
Please drive safely and keep an eye out for children walking to school.
Missouri law for a stopped school bus:
On a two-lane road, if a bus is stopped and displaying warning signals while loading or unloading children, drivers must STOP when meeting and following the bus.
On a four-lane road like 58 Highway, it is only necessary to stop when following the bus (both lanes traveling same direction as bus). Drivers coming from the other direction do not need to stop- children will never be required to cross a four-lane roadway.