P.O. John Trainor
Phone: (816) 581-0715 or e-mail email@example.com
Community Interaction Officer Trainor is a 23-year veteran of the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, serving the past 13 years assigned to the Metro Patrol Division as the Community Interaction Officer. Officer Trainor works proactively with neighborhood associations and business groups to assist in improving the relationship and communications between the groups, and the police department. Due to his tenure and experience within Metro Patrol Division, Officer Trainor is a great resource in helping the neighborhood and business community solve their concerns. If you wish to have a district officer attend your meeting please contact Officer Trainor.
Become involved in your community!
Join and attend your neighborhood and business organization meetings.
For useful Crime Prevention Tips
Some of the duties of the Community Interaction Officer include:
- Completes the Metro Patrol Division Informer that is sent to the e-mail addresses of over two hundred neighborhood and business organizations. The Informer is used to alert citizens about crime patterns, crime prevention, safety tips and community events. Please contact your neighborhood association or business organization to receive your copy.
- Presents crime prevention programs that are aimed at stopping crime before it occurs. Crime prevention is one of the best, yet often over looked, methods at eliminating the opportunities criminals look for when they commit their offenses.
- Teaches personal safety designed to increase protection against crime. There are programs designed for neighborhood residents and business employees.
- Develops Block Watch programs in the Metro Patrol Division neighborhoods.
- Is a first line contact between the community and the Metro Patrol Division.
- Performs free residential and business security surveys.
- Completes the monthly schedule of neighborhood and business meetings.
- Burglary and Stealing Prevention Programs.
- Business and Safety Fairs.
- Take Back Prescription Drug Programs.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there a non-emergency number? Yes, if you don’t want to use 911 to make a call for service in Kansas City, Missouri, you can call the non emergency number 234-5111. It is answered by the same person who answers 911 at a lower priority.
Report Availability: You just had a report taken and want to know if it is ready for you to pick up. Reports generally take ten days to two weeks to make it through the approval process. Between 7:00 am to 7:00 pm you can call the Records Unit at 816-234-5100 or 24 hours a day the division stations to see if it is available. Please have your Case Report Number (CRN) available if possible.
Parking Issues: You can call either 911 or the KCMO non-emergency number 234-5111 to report parking issues.
Traffic Conditions can be found at www.kcscout.net or for Missouri 1-800-222-6400, Kansas 1-800-585-7623
Crime Statistic Reports: Online information can be found at this link. www.kcmo.org/police/Crime/CrimeMapping/index.htm
The Action Center handles most city complaints (an animal complaint, a pothole, run-down property, abandoned vehicles, roadway obstructions, traffic signal issues, street light issues, snow removal, etc). Contact the Action Center at Ph # 311 inside KCMO or 816-513-1313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal Control handles loose dogs, aggressive dogs, and barking dogs. Animal Control can be contacted through the Action Center PH # 311 or 816-513-1313 or email email@example.com.
Where was my vehicle towed to? You can check on-line to see if your vehicle was towed to the City Tow Lot (7750 E Front ST, KCMO, 816-513-0670) at http://webfusion.kcmo.org/ColdFusionApps/neighborhood/towlot/search.cfm.
How do I pay a traffic ticket or a warrant? All KCMO traffic tickets can be paid on line at https://ww3.kcmo.org/MCTicket/TicEntry.jsp or at Municipal Court (1101 S Locust, KCMO). You cannot pay a ticket at a police station. You must have your ticket number and vehicle license plate number to use the computer system (written on ticket). If you have a KCMO warrant, you may respond to any KCPD station to resolve it. You must have the EXACT amount of money, we will NOT make change. Another person cannot pay your warrant. For more information go to Detention Unit information page.