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
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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
Emergency: 9-1-1 Jan Zimmerman
Chief of Police
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Earlier this week, Capt. Jim Wilson met with Charlotte Bradford with Project Linus. Volunteers with the organization make blankets and afghans to provide a sense of security for children who are traumatized, seriously ill or otherwise in need of the gift of a new blanket.
Thank you, Ms. Bradford!
Capt. Wilson and Officer Sanchez accepted the blankets to keep on hand in patrol cars.
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Stay safe this weekend.
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At the July 6 City Council work session, Chief Jan Zimmerman will be giving an in-depth presentation of the Raymore Police Department's policies, procedures and practices that set strict standards for our officers.
Those who are interested in hearing the presentation may view the meeting live online on our YouTube channel at www.raymore.com/video or attend the meeting in person.
For those wishing to attend, we will be following the CDC's social distancing guidelines and we are also encouraging visitors to wear a mask.
The regular work session format does not provide an opportunity for the public to comment or ask questions during the meeting. However, if there is a topic you would like covered or a question you would like to submit, please email Chief Jan Zimmerman at JZimmerman@raymore.com as soon as possible and we will make every effort to answer your questions.
The City Council work session starts at 7 p.m., Monday, July 6 at Centerview, 227 Municipal Circle.