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The Public Information Office strives to protect the Constitutional guarantees of free press and a fair trial. The Office is responsible for coordinating the exchange of information regarding the Department and its operations with members of the media. The Office also informs and engages citizens on a variety of social media platforms and maintains the Department’s website

Press Inquiries & Requests

Members of the media seeking assistance of any kind from the St. Louis County Police Department should email [email protected]. The Public Information Office is responsive to that email address at all hours, including weekends and holidays. 
Inquiries that are related to matters of extreme public safety or other remarkable events will receive an expeditious and appropriate response at all hours. Routine inquires will receive a response the morning of the next business day.
Information on significant or breaking news will also be made available on the Department’s Twitter handle, @stlcountypd.
For extreme matters of public safety, the Communications Supervisor may be contacted at (636)529-8210.

The Public Information Office can also be reached at (314)615-4282 during business hours.

Sunshine Requests

It is our goal to provide the media with information upon request.  Lieutenant Craig Molden is the Custodian of Records for the St. Louis County Police Department.   Availability of reports is dependent upon the provisions of the Sunshine Law (RSMo Chapter 610). Sunshine Requests MUST BE SUBMITTED in one of the following manners: 

Online:  https://recordsrequest.stlouiscountymo.gov/

Mail to: 
Sunshine Request
Lt. Craig Molden
St. Louis County Police Custodian of Records
7900 Forsyth Blvd
Clayton, MO 63105

Request can be made via email to:
Lt. Craig Molden
[email protected]

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