City of Jennings Police Dept Building

Captain Juan Cox, Commander [Contact]

Precinct Station
5445 Jennings Station Road
Jennings, MO 63136
[City of Jennings Website]

Captain's Message

Captain Juan CoxGreetings, I am happy to report the men and women of your police department continue to work tirelessly and I am proud to report that we continue to see a reduction of crime throughout the entire City.  Not only has crime been reduced, our community programs continue to see growth in citizen participation.  As I have stated previously, this is OUR community and the more involved citizens become the safer it will be.    

We continue to see residential burglaries remain at low numbers. Please continue to report suspicious activity to the police department.  Your calls are making a difference! When reporting the activity attempt to obtain as much information as you can and relay it to the operators in our communications center. Important information such as; what is going on, vehicle description to include license plate, what individuals are wearing, their direction of travel, and any information you believe is valuable to resolve the issue. Part 1 crimes have been reduced by 33% since St. Louis County Police assumed command of full police services.  Again this reduction is something that all citizens and business owners should be very proud of! 


Captain Juan Cox

City of Jennings Precinct Goals and Objectives

  • Continue our efforts to decrease property crime by an additional 10% by Hotspot policing, public education, tracking repeat offenders, and partnering with local businesses.
  • Decrease violent crime by 5%, with a focus on domestic violence and robbery prevention.
  • Utilize non-profit organizations & the Department’s Domestic Violence Advocate at Jennings Municipal Court proceedings with housing and mental health assistance.
  • Reduce vehicle crashes by 10% through increased traffic enforcement particularly in high crash areas.
  • Hold a annual Town Hall meeting
  • Initiate “NextDoor Neighbor” program in all Wards
  • Increase Neighborhood Watch program by individualize neighborhoods throughout the city.
  • Focus on each neighborhood’s individual concerns
  • Increase neighborhood engagement with neighbors
  • Increase “Walk and Talks” to twice a month
  • Identify additional businesses to sponsor “Coffee with the Commander”
  • Hold a Citizen Police Academy
  • Create a Police Explorer program for the City of Jennings
  • Increase following of residents in social media
  • Develop an organizational plan to work with citizens abating derelict vehicles throughout the community

     Expand the Compliance Accountability Program – a collaboration with State & Juvenile Probation

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7900 Forsyth Boulevard

St. Louis, MO 63105

Emergency Calls: Call 911

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

TDD: (314) 889-2345

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Volunteer Opportunities

Here is a list of current opportunities for citizen volunteers to get involved in precinct service events
Bi-weekly Neighborhood Clean-ups
This is a great opportunity to give back to the community by volunteering services in clean-ups and beatification events throughout the city. For more information contact our Neighborhood Policing Unit at 314.679.2135

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.