Police

The Police Department

The Troy Police Department serves a population of approximately 13,500 people including residents and visitors to the city. The department provides 24-hour police protection with a paid working dispatch service from central dispatch of Lincoln County. It boasts a detective unit, traffic unit, K-9 unit, and a first response and entry team, in addition to providing standard police functions.

The organization is currently a 30-man department with three civilian employees. In an effort to stay updated on training and certification, the department is affiliated with the Eastern Missouri Police Training Academy. A D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) officer is on staff to educate students on the D.A.R.E. Program.

In addition, a firearms officer is employed by the department to ensure that officers are qualified for both high and low-intensity type situations. The department provides a valuable community service by giving demonstrations and making educational presentations about the city of Troy Police Department.

To contact the department, call (636) 528-4725 or in emergency situations, dial 911.

Check out our websites below for more information!

D.A.R.E.

Submit an Anonymous Tip

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