A Message From the acting Chief of Police

The Creve Coeur Police Department is committed to providing professional public safety services to our residents, business partners and visitors.  We do this by embracing the community policing concept in our day-to-day interactions.  Creve Coeur Police Officers work as a team with the public to meet this goal of a safe, orderly and peaceful community, 24 hours a day. 

Our officers perform their jobs with courage - to face adversity with ethical behavior, commitment - to leadership and problem solving, professionalism - using the highest standard of personal and organizational excellence, and development - of the partnership with the community through honesty, morality and maintaining high integrity. These four tenets, courage, commitment, professionalism and development make up our core values.  

We value your input and appreciate your ideas and opinions. Please contact me if you find that the Police Department is not living up to our goals and values or if you happen to notice an employee performing his/her job in an especially commendable manner. We will take your input very seriously. Thank you for your continuing support in our efforts to achieve our mission.

Jon Romas, Acting Chief of Police

2019 Use of Force Analysis

View the analysis of 2019 Use of Force activities, policies and practices for the Creve Coeur Police Department.

News & Announcements:


Please follow the City of Creve Coeur's Calendar for updates to non-police events and meetings which can be found on the homepage or at www.crevecoeurmo.gov/calendar.

The Creve Coeur Police Department remains a 24/7 operation under any and all working conditions (Emergency: 911 / Non-Emergency: 314-737-4600). However, there are some minor changes as we try to balance social distancing with serving the public:

  • Limiting public access to the interior of the PD station outside of necessary public safety functions. This includes temporarily suspending our fingerprinting service, prescription drug drop off box, and tours of the new police building. 
  • All sick cases prompt an EMS and Police response. However, unless criminal activity is suspected and/or EMS personnel requests assistance, the police department will stage outside of the building to help protect EMS equipment.
  • Vehicle accidents that do not have injuries nor require a tow may require being resolved via telephone. 

Businesses and communities step up to donate PPE and more

Offers of personal protective equipment (PPE) for caregivers have been pouring into our to hospitals for several weeks as awareness has increased of national shortages.

Individual BJC hospitals are receiving donations, and BJC has partnered with SSM Health to receive and distribute donations to hospitals at both health systems. The goal of the collaboration is to assist St. Louis area hospitals with personal protective equipment and other important supplies needed to care for people with COVID-19.

Tim Miller, BJC warehouse supervisor, is managing a nearly 50,000-square-foot warehouse to receive, store and distribute larger donations from businesses locally, nationally and internationally. The warehouse space in Fenton, adjacent to the BJC asset recovery center, was donated to help the region manage the crisis.

Miller says with donations coming in, and manufacturing ramping up nationally, he hopes the St. Louis area gets ahead of the surge.

“Our greatest needs are infrared and forehead thermometers; masks, including FDA-approved surgical masks and N95 masks; and face shields or industrial grinding shields with head harness and plastic shield,” said Miller, adding that things change daily and the needs will evolve.

Woodard, Lowes, Sachs Electric, Paric and St. Louis Community College are among local donors of masks, goggles and hand sanitizer.

Additionally, the Creve Coeur police department is a drop-off site for individuals and companies with smaller donations and homemade masks. It’s a community partnership Glen Eidman, chief of police, welcomed.

“Medical professionals are selflessly working long hours in high-risk environments to serve our community during this public health emergency,” said Eidman. “Through our partnership, the community can support health care workers by donating PPE that is crucial for their safety and protection. We are seeing incredible people stepping forward to help, and we are truly grateful for the outpouring of support we have received. Thanks to donations from individuals in our community, the box in our lobby is completely filled two or three times per day with essential medical supplies.”

The donations made at the Creve Coeur Police Department are added to the warehouse Miller manages for distribution to both BJC and SSM hospitals.

The list of needed supplies and locations can be found at BJC Coronavirus Information. Additional locations and needs are being updated on the site daily, so please reference the website prior to traveling to a donation site. 

MISSION and Core Values 


The Creve Coeur Police Department is committed to safeguarding the lives and property of the people we serve. We strive to reduce the incidence and fear of crime and to enhance the public safety while working tirelessly to provide a better quality of life in the workplace and community. We will achieve this goal by working as a team with other city departments, government agencies and our community.


  • Courage: in the face of adversity with ethical behavior at all times. 
  • Commitment: To leadership and problem solving. 
  • Professionalism: Our conduct and demeanor display the highest standard of personal and organizational excellence. 
  • Development: Our actions and relationships with the community are guided by an internal sense of honesty, integrity and morality.