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Spring 2019 Police Officer Hiring Process is now open!

Do you have what it takes to be a Lee's Summit Police Officer?

We are looking to fill openings for the position of Police Officer and our Spring 2019 application process is now open!

To find out more about this opportunity, visit our employment page by clicking the link below:

LSPD Employment Page Link

You can also read the job posting on the Human Resources page by clicking this link:

City of LS Human Resources Job Posting


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We Want to Hear from You!

We Want to Hear from You!

Every two years, the LSPD does a citizen satisfaction survey. The survey is simple and short, just 16 questions and takes around 3-5 minutes to complete. The survey can't capture every aspect of our service to this great community, but it is one of many ways that we seek feedback from our citizens on how we are doing. It also helps us identify areas that we can focus resources on and improve service. The survey will be open during the month of October and we...
Community Discussion on School Safety

Community Discussion on School Safety

Community Conversations on School Safety Event. Lee’s Summit, MO –  The Lee’s Summit Police Department and the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District are partnering to host a community event on Wednesday, April 25th from 6:30-8:00p.m. The event, A Community Conversation on School Safety will give residents a chance to hear from Police and school district officials on current safety measures that are in place and also assist in developing...
Liquor Sting Operation Results for Friday, December 22nd

Liquor Sting Operation Results for Friday, December 22nd

On Friday, December 22nd, the Lee’s Summit Police Department conducted a liquor control “sting” operation within the city. The operation targeted retail establishments responsible for following municipal and state law regarding the sale of alcohol to minors.  A total of 27 retail locations were checked, with two clerks being cited for an illegal sale. During the operation an underage decoy will enter the business and attempt to purchase...