Strafford Police Department Youth Alcohol Enforcement Campaign 
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign will target substance impaired drivers

  Strafford, MO - Local and state law enforcement will be out in full force as part of the annual nationwide Youth Alcohol Enforcement Crackdown.  This will include high-visibility enforcement throughout southwest Missouri and will run from May 2-13, 2019.
  Every year approximately one third of all motor vehicle traffic deaths involve one or more substance impaired drivers.  In 2018, 186 people were killed and 532 seriously injured on Missouri roadways in crashes that involved at least one substance impaired driver.  That equals approximately one substance impaired driver involved fatality every two days.  National driving campaigns such as 'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' decrease fatalities by as much as 20 percent.  By joining this nationwide effort, we will make Strafford's, roadways safer for everyone.
  The Strafford Police Department strongly encourages driver's to make prior arrangements to get home safely.








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Strafford Police Department
125 S. Jefferson Street / PO Box 66
Strafford, MO 65757
Office:  (417) 736-4000
Fax:  (417) 736-3821
Email: pd@straffordmo.net

 

Strafford Police Officers

Chief Dennis Shook – Police Chief

Sergeant K. Mallory – Sergeant

Officer C. Farthing

Officer T. Clark

Officer N. Wilkins

Officer D. Johnson

School Resource Officer J. Webster


Mission Statement

The Strafford Police Department is committed to providing a safe community and improving the quality of life for all citizens. We accomplish this by delivering quality police services with equality. In partnership with the community , we reduce crime through public education, prevention, and awareness. We demand of ourselves the highest of professional standards and dedication to our core values.