Law and Public Safety

Law and Public Safety

City of Wildwood (6th) Precinct

West County Precinct  Building

Captain Timothy Tanner, Commander [Contact]

Precinct Station
16860 Main Street
Wildwood, MO 63040 [Map]
(636) 458-9194
[City of Wildwood Website]

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City of Wildwood Crime Prevention

Here are some tips to remember:

LOCK your vehicle and take the keys

Close your garages; an open garage is like an open invitation to the criminal element.

Never leave your car running or the keys in the ignition when you're away from it, even for "just a minute".

Never leave valuables in plain view, even if your car is locked. Put them in the trunk or at least out of sight.

Carry the registration and insurance card with you. Don't leave personal identification documents or credit cards in your vehicle.

Ensure your house numbers are clearly displayed so police and other emergency vehicles can find the house quickly

Use outdoor lighting during the hours of darkness, whether someone is at home or not.

Please REPORT suspicious activity or persons to the Police Department.

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7900 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105

Emergency Calls: Call 911
Non-Emergency Reporting / General Information: (314) 889-2341
TDD: (314) 889-2345




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Report Crime ... Make the Call

If you see a crime in progress or another emergency situation that requires an immediate police response, call 911. Provide the call-taker with a good description of the incident, the offender, and the exact location.

For non-emergencies, however, do not call 911. Non-emergency calls to 911 can slow the response time to true emergencies. The number to call for non-emergencies is (314) 889-2341.