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Chief Robert T. Shockey started his career in Law Enforcement in the City of Arnold more than 28 years ago. He has held various assignments inside the Arnold Police Department since that time, and has advanced through the chain of command.

Promoted to Sergeant in June 1996, he was responsible for a platoon of officers and the traffic unit. In February 1997 he was again promoted to Lieutenant and became the Commander of Criminal Investigations.

Chief Shockey was appointed Chief of Police on September 11, 2001.

Greetings from the Arnold Chief of Police

I hope the information you’ve found here helps you learn about our Department and provides you with a better understanding of the services the Arnold Police Department offers. Providing law enforcement service that are second to none is the top priority of the Arnold Police Department. Accomplishing this task, particularly in a community heralded as one of the fastest growing communities in the St. Louis Metropolitan area, can be quite challenging.

This challenge can be achieved only through and with the support of city residents, business leaders, and elected officials. Fortunately, the Arnold Police Department has been blessed with support from all.

Arnold MO Police Chief Robert T Shockey

Robert T. Shockey
City of Arnold Chief of Police
2101 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold, MO 63010

In addition to the support of our City residents, business leaders, and elected officials, a successful Police Department must have dedicated and talented employees. The Arnold Police Department has the best of the best. Our employees are constantly working to make the City of Arnold one of the best places to live, work, and visit.

It has been said that true excellence can never be totally achieved and there is always room for improvement. Taking this into account, the Arnold Police Department is continuously striving to improve our services to the community by establishing new and stronger partnerships with City residents, business leaders, visitors, and elected officials.

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