FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION
Field Operations is commanded by Captain Kevin Pyatt. Captain Pyatt oversees the daily operations of the Patrol officers and the Jail. He can be contacted at (636) 639-2102 or at Kevin.Pyatt@wentzvillemo.org.
The patrol unit consists of four platoons. Each platoon consist of one Lieutenant, one Sergeant, a Corporal and eight patrol officers. These platoons provide 24/7 services to the residents of Wentzville. They patrol the streets to ensure the safety of our residents, businesses and anyone visiting our city.
Platoon 1 and 4: Lt. David Schoolcraft can be reached at (636) 639-2133 or David.Schoolcraft@wentzvillemo.org.
Platoon 2 and 3: Lt. Jennifer Bell can be reached at (636) 639-2143 or Jennifer.Bell@wentzvillemo.org.
Corrections - Jail/Booking
The function of the corrections unit is to book and process prisoners. Corrections officers are responsible for the safety and welfare of the prisoner(s) while in custody. They can be reached by dialing (636) 639-2108.
SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION
The Support Services Division is commanded by Captain Leon Burton. He can be reached at (636) 639-2141. or email@example.com. The Support Services Division consists of Animal Control, Communications, Traffic, K9, Records. D.A.R.E., School Resource officers, Park Rangers, Detective Bureau, Evidence officer, K9 Unit, Explorers and the Chaplains.
Internal Affairs/Professional Standards
Sgt. Cindy Aubuchon is in charge of the Internal Affairs division. If you have a complaint against an officer or other police employee, you can contact her at (636) 639-2129 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This division is also charged with the hiring process for the police department as well as training for the department.
The Business/Residential Liason Officer, Public Information Officer, and the Accreditation program falls under this division as well.
Public Information Officer
Communications hours of operation are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In an
Emergency call: 9-1-1. The non-emergency line is (636) 327-5105, and their fax is (636) 639-2164.
The function of the Communications Division is to answer calls for emergency services, criminal activity, civil complaints, suspicious activity and dispatch officers to investigate. The Dispatcher then enters the information into the CAD system. Dispatch also enters warrants and stolen property into the the State system, as well as answers emergency 911 calls.
Records hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. They can be reached at (636) 327-5105, by fax: (636) 327-5896, or you can
Email them at email@example.com.
The function of the Records Division is to maintain police reports and make them available to the public, prosecutors, and other agencies as needed. Records also enter traffic summonses, auto accidents, racial profiling and arrests information into the records management system.
The Custodian of Records is Michelle Witt and can be reached at 636-639-2100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Officer Michael Mainieri is the Public Relations Officer for the Wentzville Police Department. He works with local businesses and residents as the Liaison Officer, as well as giving tours of the police department, is in charge of the Neighborhood Watch program, and also National Night Out. If you would like to contact him, he can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at (636) 639-2171.
Officer Kyle Terry is our D.A.R.E. Officer. He is responsible for teaching the children at the local schools about drug resistance. If you need to contact Officer Terry, he can be reached at (636) 639-2103 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Resource Officers
Seven officers work with and patrol the Wentzville School District and private schools in our city: Officer's Davis, Horvath, Hyde, Princivalli, Reynolds, van Breusegen and Wheeler. They help ensure the safety of our students and teachers.
Officers' Mike Toney and Gary Roberts handle the Department's animal complaints. Animal Control can be reached by calling (636) 639-2123 or emailing email@example.com. This office number and email or only answered/checked when the Animal Control Officer's are on duty, you may also contact dispatch for a more immediate response at (636) 327-5105.
Liaison Officer - Business and Residential
The Business and Residential Liaison Officer is Officer Michael Mainieri. His goal is to assist businesses and residents with any issues that they are having and also developing a relationship with them. If you would like to contact Officer Maineri, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (636) 639-2171.
Officer Paul Burkemper is currently or only full-time park ranger. He patrols the parks within the City of Wentzville and handles the calls and/or complaints that may be reported. He can be reached at (636) 639-2196 extension 3326 or via his email at email@example.com.
The Detective Bureau is responsible for investigating and solving crimes that occur within the City limits of Wentzville.
Det. Sgt. Steve Maddolin oversees the Detective Bureau and can be reached by phone at (636) 639-2105 or at Steven.firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are four detectives under the Sergeant's command, they are:
Det. Sean Rosner: (636) 639-2149 or Sean.Rosner@wentzvillemo.org
Det. Chris Keppel: (636) 639-2124 or Chris.Keppel@wentzvillemo.org
Det. Spencer Grarup: (636) 639-2137 or Spencer.Grarup@wentzvillemo.org
Det. Richard Tienter (636) 639-2125 or Richard.Tienter@wentzvillemo.org
The fax number for the Detectives is: (636) 639-2173.
The Evidence Officer is responsible for processing crimes scenes and maintaining evidence. To retrieve property placed into evidence, you must call to make an appointment. Detective Mary Wood can be reached Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. at (636) 639-2131 or Mary.Wood@wentzvillemo.org
The Traffic Unit consists of four officers: Officer's Kuykendall, Putnam, and Rivera. Their main duties are to handle traffic complaints within the City and investigate auto accidents. If you have any traffic concerns in your subdivision, you may contact Sergeant Kyle Bruns at (636) 639-2123 or email@example.com.
The K9 unit consists of two officers, Officer Jason Davis and his canine, Enzo and Officer Dan Talbott and his canine, Rexo. This unit assists Field Operations with drug, vehicle and building searches. If you need to speak with someone in reference to the Canine, you may contact Sergeant Kyle Bruns at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call him at (636) 639-2123.
The Wentzville Police Department has an Explorer Unit. The Explorer's are high-school students that volunteer and are taught about law enforcement. They work special events and help with Court Bailiff duties. If interested in becoming an Explorer, contact Sgt. Blakeney Roth at (636) 639-2127 or by email at email@example.com.
The Wentzville Police Department's Chaplain program has one current Chaplain. Chaplain Kurt Charlton offers guidance and support to our staff.