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West County 7th Precinct

West County Precinct  Building
Also serving the Cities of Clarkson Valley, Twin Oaks, Valley Park and Winchester.

Captain Timothy Cunningham, Commander [Contact]

Precinct Station
232 Vance Road
St. Louis, MO 63088 [Map]
(636) 225-0425

Valley Park Neighborhood Police Station
320 Benton Street 63088 [Map]
(636) 225-5252
[City of Valley Park Website]

Winchester Neighborhood Police Station
109 Lindy Boulevard 63021 [Map]
(636) 527-2341

City of Clarkson Valley Station
(636) 227-8607
[City of Clarkson Valley Website]

Village of Twin Oaks Station
(636) 225-7873
[Village of Twin Oaks Website]

City of Winchester Station
[City of Winchester Website]

Captain's Message

Captain Cunningham
I take a profound interest in ensuring the safety of the residents and businesses within the West County Precinct. I look forward to serving the citizens of West St. Louis County and maintaining the St. Louis County Police Department's impeccable reputation.

Crime has continued its downward trend in the West County Precinct and a lot of the credit for this is attributed to you, the community, that helps the men and women of the West County Precinct by keeping us aware of issues and calling us to report suspicious activity.  I ask that you please continue with your outstanding efforts in helping us keep your residences, businesses and neighborhoods safe.


With spring arriving and the weather changing for the better, I ask that you consider the following in your day to day routines:


*Please be cognizant of children being more active in neighborhoods and slow down while driving in residential areas.

*Continue to make sure that you close your garage doors at night.  Do not give anyone an opportunity to take possessions from your open garage.

*Secure your valuables from your vehicles.  The majority of our crime in the precinct is theft from vehicles which are unlocked.

*Continue to contact the police when you see anything suspicious.

Thefts From Vehicles

 Thefts from vehicles continue to be an issue for citizens of the West County Precinct. Although the majority of these crimes occur at night, there are many incidents that have occured in broad daylight and in well traveled areas. Please lock your car and refrain from keeping any valuables in your car. If you must keep valuables in a vehicle, please make sure the car is locked, the valuables secure and out of sight and that the car is in a location where it can be easily checked on. Please report any suspicious activity by calling 314-889-2341 and 911 for emergencies. 

West County Precinct Goals

  • Provide the public with reasonable and efficient access to public services.
  • Be responsive to calls and identified needs for police services within the precinct 24 hours a day.
  • Allocate personnel to obtain maximum utilization of its human resources to meet identified needs.
  • Provide staff services for the traditional line functions of the police.
  • Maintain a proactive approach toward crime and disorder.
  • Identify criminal activity and act to resolve it.
  • Maintain activities to facilitate the orderly flow of people and vehicles within the community.
  • Maintain positive interaction with the public and a high degree of visibility within the community.

Precinct Links and Services


Residents and business owners – please contact the West County Precinct at 314-615-0700 for a free safety and security evaluation of your home or business.  Officers will offer on-site recommendations to make your premises more secure and less attractive to criminals.  For more information, contact the Neighborhood Policing Office at 314-615-0727.





Volunteer Opportunities

Here is a list of current opportunities for citizen volunteers to get involved in precinct service events:

The West County Precinct Explorer Program

This is a great opportunity for young adults to serve their community and  "explore" a career in law  enforcement. The program builds leadership, character, confidence and discipline. Candidates must be between the ages of 14 and 21 to apply. For any questions, please contact Officer Dusty Poncin at 615-0700.

Citizen Police Academy

Gives citizens the oppurtunity to gain training and knowledge of law enforcement techniques and strategies. Citizens attend weekly classes taught by Officers and Department Personnel as well as getting an exclusive inside peek to various inter-department functions. Citizens graduate at the conclusion of each session and receive a certificate from the Department. For more information and to enroll in the next session, please contact Officer Vince Bazzoni at 615-0700.

Check back occasionally, as new opportunities are posted as they become available.

Precinct Boundary Map

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Open a map of the West County Precinct, including boundaries, major highways, municipality names, and surrounding communities.

St. Louis County Police Department

7900 Forsyth Blvd

Clayton, MO 63105

Emergency Calls: Call 911

Non-Emergency Reporting / General Information: (636) 529-8210

TDD: (636) 529-8220 

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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 (636) 529-8210.