The Overland Police Department was Certified by the Missouri Police Chiefs Association in August 2018.
Missouri Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights
These documents have been developed in response to SB 569, which became effective on August 28, 2020. Section 595.201, the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights, requires the Department of Public Safety to develop documents to be provided by a medical provider to a survivor prior to a forensic examination; and by a law enforcement officer to a survivor upon initial interaction.
Identity theft occurs when someone gains unauthorized access to your personally identifying information – such as your name, Social Security Number (SSN), or bank account information – and uses it to commit fraud or other crimes.
The crimes that an identity thief is able to commit with your personal information range from applying for a credit card under your name before subsequently racking up prodigious charges to poaching your tax refund. In some cases, identity thieves are even able to assume an unsuspecting person’s identity entirely, obtaining identification bearing their name and often committing crimes “as that person.”
CrimeStoppers is an Anonymous Crime Tip Hotline that takes the public's crime tip information 24/7. CrimeStoppers does not have Voice Mail, Caller ID or Email Tracing, so all tips sent into our website, texted or called into our hotline are always anonymous. CrimeStoppers will never ask for your personal information, address, or phone number.
CrimeStoppers covers a 20 county area in the Bi-State area of Illinois and Missouri. Since 2006, CrimeStoppers has logged 12,000 tips that were delivered to the regional Law Enforcement Agencies. If the tip helps police make a Felony Arrest, the tipster is offered a cash reward of up to $1000.00. In Homicide cases, the reward is increased up to $5000.00 for information that leads police to make a felony arrest. CrimeStoppers is a Non-Profit Program that runs on private donations.
Through this program, ICE notifies registered victims of crime when the individual convicted of that crime (“criminal alien”) is released from ICE custody or removed from the United States under federal immigration laws.
VINELink is an online portal to VINE, America’s number one victim notification network. VINE has been providing victims and concerned citizens with the power of information for decades, allowing these individuals to have the sense of security that they deserve. VINELink can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide the most reliable information for custody status changes and criminal case information.