Community Outreach

The Liberty Police Department strives to build partnerships with the citizens, businesses and community partners in Liberty to reduce crime, foster positive relationships between our officers and the people we serve.

Police Station Tours & Officer Presentations

The Police Department schedules police officers for presentations and station tours to groups within the City. To request a presentation on a particular subject or to schedule a station tour, call 816-439-4701.

Coffee with a Cop

Several times throughout the year, Liberty police officers partner with a local business or organization to host Coffee with a Cop.  During this open house, area residents are encouraged to stop by for a cup of coffee, meet the front-line officers that patrol our streets and neighborhoods, ask questions or voice concerns.

Honor Guard

The Liberty Police Department’s Honor Guard is an elite group of officers brought together to represent the department, law enforcement and the community we serve.

Honor Guard members are ambassadors of the organization through their participation in many community events and public ceremonies.

The Liberty Police Department’s Honor Guard performs functions such as:

  • Funerals
  • Parades
  • Special Events
  • Sporting events

Shop with a Cop

Each year, the Liberty Police Department hosts a Shop with A Cop program that assists local families over the Christmas holiday. Funds raised through donations for baked goods, donations and  and raffles are used to help children in eed shop for presents for their family members.

Junior Police Academy.

Each summer, the Liberty Police Department offers a Junior Police Academy for a select group of 7th and 8th graders from within the Liberty School District.

The program is designed to motivate young people to be outstanding citizens and to empower them to act as a positive influence in our community. The Academy also helps to bridge the gaps between law enforcement and youth while also exposing the Junior Cadets to future careers in their community.

The Academy blends classroom learning with hands on activities to expose Junior Cadets to a variety of topics including:

  • Fitness
  • Patrol tactics
  • Criminal investigations
  • Traffic safety
  • Self-defense
  • SWAT techniques

There are a limited number of openings and the application process is competitive.  The application period opens near the end of each school year. Applications are made available at the front office of any of the following schools: Liberty Middle School, Discovery Middle School, Heritage Middle School and South Valley Middle School or online. To be considered, all forms from the application must be completed, including two recommendations, signed releases and waivers, and a short essay.

Prescription Drug Collection Program

The Liberty Police Department has a Drug Collection Unit located inside the Police Department lobby on Missouri Street.  The Prescription Drug Collection Program's goal is preventing and reducing illicit drug abuse as well as the abuse of over-the-counter and prescription medication.

Acceptable ItemsUnacceptable Items
  • Prescriptions
  • Prescription Patches
  • Prescription Medications
  • Prescription Ointments
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Vitamins
  • Samples
  • Medications for Pets
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Inhalers
  • Aerosol Cans
  • Ointments, lotions or liquids
  • Medication from businesses or clinics
  • Needles (sharps)
  • Thermometers


Liberty Safe Residence Program

The Liberty Police Department teamed up with local landlords to develop a multi-faceted approach to crime prevention. The Safe Residence Program is a unique coalition of police, property managers, and residents. The program is an on-going program with a 3-phase approach to addressing the challenges facing rental properties. Learn more»