Tag: St. Louis County Police Association

RELEASE: St Louis County Police Association reacts to McCulloch decision

“The brave men and women of the St Louis County Police Association are saddened and deeply disappointed by Mr. McCulloch’s decision not to seek the death penalty. Police Officer Blake Snyder represented the very best our society has to offer and he was murdered in the line of duty by a coward who represented the very worst. While we share the same thoughts as Elizabeth, Mr. McCulloch is the longest tenured prosecutor in the State […]

St. Louis County Police Association endorses Cierpiot for SD 8 bid

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – An ad put out by State Representative Mike Cierpiot in his bid for the State Senate District 8 seat one week ago received mixed reactions. That’s because of the ad, titled “Safer Missouri,” claimed that the recent unrest in St. Louis has made the Show-Me State a “national disgrace.” The ad, which calls for the support of law enforcement, has now garnered support from the St. Louis County Police Association. In […]

STL County Council passes ordinance that gives STL County Police officers a raise

St. Louis County Police Department personnel will be getting a raise after the St. Louis County Council approved an ordinance on Tuesday night. The St. Louis County Council passed the ordinance 6-0, with Councilman Ernie Trakas being absent. The raise was originally introduced by County Executive Steve Stenger along with the county police union, would raise the income of the county police staff by 30 percent. The raise would go into effect on Jan. 1, […]

St. Louis County Police Association calls out county councilmember over missent text

At the St. Louis County Council meeting on Tuesday, Councilman Sam Page was called out by the County’s police union after he accidentally sent texts to the wrong person regarding a County police raise. The texts were meant for advisor Garry Earls, the county’s former chief operating officer under former St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, but were sent to St. Louis County Director of Parks, Gary Bess, instead. Opponents said Page was making the […]