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Witnessing an accident, observing evidence of child abuse, witnessing underage drinking, stumbling upon a wanted criminal, watching a potential burglary about to take place - what do you do? Who do you call? Many people are unaware of all the agencies in their communities, besides the police, that handle emergencies and potential problems. The following is a list of municipal, county, state and federal agencies that you can call in a crisis or emergency situation:

Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Cape Girardeau Police Department / 40 South Sprig Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 335-6621
  • Charleston Public Safety/Central Dispatch / 200 N. Main Charleston, MO 63834 638-3737
  • Department of Public Safety / SEMO University One University Plaza Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 651-2215
  • Jackson Police Department / Highway 61 & 34 Jackson, MO 63755 243-3151
  • New Madrid Police Department / 560 Mott Street New Madrid, MO 63869 748-2458
  • Perryville Police Department / 120 N. Jackson Perryville, MO 63775 547-4546
  • Scott City Police Department / 618 Main Scott City, MO 63780 264-2121
  • Sikeston Public Safety / Box 848 - 215 N. New Madrid Sikeston, MO 63801 471-6200

County Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Cape Girardeau County Sheriff / 215 N. High Jackson, MO 63755 243-3551
  • Mississippi County Sheriff / 200 N. Main Charleston, MO 63834 683-2111
  • New Madrid County Sheriff / Court House New Madrid, MO 63869 748-2516
  • Perry County Sheriff / 217 N. Sprigg Perryville, MO 63755 547-4576
  • Scott County Sheriff / P.O. Box 246 Benton, MO 63736 545-3525
  • Stoddard County Sheriff / P.O. Box 336 Bloomfield, MO 63825 568-4539
  • Bollinger County Sheriff / Main St. Marble Hill, MO 238-2633

State Agencies: Cape Girardeau

  • Aging, Division of / 130 South Frederick 290-5781
  • Child Support Enforcement / 130 South Frederick 290-5720
  • Highway Patrol Troop E / Highway 67 North 785-0832
  • Natural Resources/Environmental Quality Regional Office / 948 Lester 785-0832
  • Probation and Parole Office / 2725 N. Westwood 785-6468
  • Southeast Ozark Mental Health Center / 209 South Main 686-1123
  • Youth Services, Division of Sears, W.E. Youth Center RFD # 1 686-1175
  • Southeast Regional Office / 405 Poplar 785-8214

State Agencies: Sikeston

  • Aging, Division of / 103 East Kathleen 471-1230
  • Bootheel Mental Health Center / 121 Smith Street 471-0800
  • Family Services/Scott City / 103 East Kathleen 471-2020
  • Highway Patrol / 105 Keystone 471-4500
  • Human Rights / 526 South Main 471-7185
  • Probation and Parole / 901 Davis 472-2244
  • Social Services/Investigation / 131 East Malone 471-7760

State Agencies: St. Louis

  • Public Service Commission/Consumer Service / 111 North 7th, St. Louis, MO 444-6815
  • Alcohol, Tobacco, & Firearms / 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 335-3163
  • Defense Investigative Service / 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 335-0631
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation / 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 335-2511
  • Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Only / 335-6115
  • Postal Inspector / 200 South Hanley, 10th Floor, St. Louis, MO 63199-2201 845-4778
  • Probation and Parole Office / 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 334-9651
  • United States Secret Service / 1114 Market St., Suite 924 St. Louis, MO 63101 425-4238

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF HOTLINE NUMBERS YOU SHOULD ALSO BE FAMILIAR WITH.

Hotline Numbers

  • Child Abuse: 1-800-392-3738
  • Elderly Abuse: 1-800-392-0210
  • Poison Hotline: 1-800-392-9111

Knowing who to call in an emergency situation will not only assist you in getting help faster, but it may also save lives. Familiarize yourself with the above numbers and agencies so that, if you ever have a problem, you will not waste time in questioning who to call.

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