Police Department

The Hallsville Police Department is responsible for all police duties inside the corporate city limits of Hallsville, Missouri.

The Hallsville, Missouri Police Department employees one full-time Police Chief, two full-time Police Officers and two part-time Police Officers.  The Hallsville Police Department is also comprised of several dedicated officers who are commissioned by the department as reserve officers.  These reserve officers volunteer their time to the department in service to the community.

If you need EMERGENCY assistance from a Hallsville Police Officer, please dial 911.  If you need assistance from a Hallsville Police Officer for a non-emergency matter (non-life threatening, and/or not in progress), call 311 and they will immediately dispatch an officer to contact you.

Chief Bryan Schultz has been with the department since 2018.

Sergeant Jeffrey Voss has been with the department since 2019.

Officer Bradley Young has been with the department since 2019.

Officer Shawn McGruder has been with the department since 2015.

Officer David Kelb has been with the department since 2019.

Officer Brandon Billington has been with the department since 2019.

Officer Duston White has been with the department since 2013.

Officer Roderick Smith has been with the department since 2019.

Officer/Firearms Trainer Todd Burke has been with the department since 2007.

 

If you would like to do a ride-along, print out the form and return to the Police Department.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the City of Hallsville issue Conceal and Carry Permits?

The City of Hallsville no longer issues Conceal and Carry Permits.  Please contact:

Boone County Sheriff's Department and County Jail
2121 County Dr
Columbia, MO 65202

Office:  (573)875-1111