Pulaski County Missouri

Pulaski County Sheriff

403 School Street

   Waynesville,  MO  65583

 Phone:  573-774-6196

 Fax:  573-774-6129

Tip Line  573-774-7948

Jimmy bench, Sheriff

to serve and protect

Serving the Community Since 1833

Pulaski County Justice Center

As the sheriff of Pulaski County, I would like to say “thank you” for taking the time to visit our Web-site and for your interest in the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. It is our department’s goal to supply professional services to our citizens, along with continued efforts to make Pulaski County a safe and positive place to live and visit.

 

   The following pages on this site will acquaint you with some of the services the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department supplies to our community, along with some helpful links. Please take the time to surf this site and familiarize yourself with our agency. In the following week’s additional pages will be added, so please add us to your “favorites” list and check back often. As a citizen of this county, rest assured that we are working daily to make Pulaski County a safe place to live and work, along with supplying a positive environment for raising a family.

 

If you are one of our many yearly visitors, please enjoy the natural resources and community events/entertainment this county offers, and feel free to contact us with any of your concerns or needs. Once again, thank you for taking the time to visit our Web-site, and also check us out on Facebook, have a safe and productive day.

   Jimmy Bench  Sheriff

To the Citizens of Pulaski County

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Several Sheriff's in Missouri have released information that they will not allow the FBI to conduct an audit of their Carry and Conceal files.  I have NOT received a request from the FBI to audit these files.  I will NOT be providing any access to that information to the FBI or any other entity if request.   These files are specifically protected by Missouri Law under Section 571.101.9(2).

I will continue to uphold and defend the rights of the Pulaski County Citizens

Sheriff Jimmy Bench

Helpful Links

                                                           PUBLIC INVITED!!!📢

Please join us!

A unique case began May 25, 1981, on a rural road near Dixon in Pulaski County. Karen Knippers was found deceased, and for 40 years she remained unidentified, buried in Waynesville, under the name of “Jane Doe”. 

In an effort to positively identify this individual, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, the DNA Doe Project, and multiple other groups and agencies worked together, successfully completed this through testing after exhuming her remains, positively identifying her in May 2021.

Donations were received through the care of Memorial Chapels and Crematory of Waynesville / St. Robert, and Karen will finally receive the memorial service she deserves. 

Please join us Thursday June 30th at noon, at the Waynesville City Cemetery, as we place a tombstone upon Karen’s gravesite. The cemetery is located on Old Route 66 across from the Pulaski County Ambulance District and soccer fields.

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department would like to recognize the joint effort of Detective Doug Renno and Memorial Chapels & Crematory for their effort in this, ensuring Karen has a final resting place she deserves.

Anyone with any information on this case, please contact Detective Doug Renno at (573) 855-1069

Click below to Vehicle Stop Report

May 2, 2022

 

Sheriff Jimmy  Bench 

Pulaski County Sheriff's Dept.

403 School Street

Waynesville, MO 65583

 

Dear Sheriff Jimmy  Bench  ,

 

Attached is the summary of the vehicle stops data your agency submitted to our office as required by Section 590.650, RSMo. This information will be included in a report submitted to the Governor and the General Assembly by June 1, 2022. The entire report will be available on our website at www.ago.mo.gov on June 1.  

 

Every agency’s jurisdiction and community is unique and understanding the dynamics that make them unique provides important context for the Vehicle Stops Report. If there are policies or community dynamics that might skew the results of your Vehicle Stops Report or provide a reader a more comprehensive understanding of them, please articulate them in an email to vsr@ago.mo.gov.

 

The responding comments your agency wishes to provide should be divided into two distinct forums. The first would be the formalized “Agency Response” Comment, which will be published with the Vehicle Stops Report itself and is available for the public after June 1, 2022. One example of a comment of this nature might be a large number of drivers from outside your jurisdiction passing through on a regular basis. Another might be an agency policy that leads to more traffic stops. Your response will allow us to present necessary context for your agency’s results in the final report. Comments that your agency wishes to be published with the report should be clearly stated as being the public “Agency Response” Comment. Please limit your formal “Agency Response” to 250 words if possible. The second type of comments that your agency may provide would be those that are in a more informal forum. This would be where any pre-publication adjustments that need to be made to your report can be addressed. These types of comments are not published with the report but will simply be used by our office to address accidental errors that affect the accuracy of your report.

 

To be included in the report, your response must be received by our office by the close of business Friday, May 6, 2022. Please email your response to vsr@ago.mo.gov to ensure we receive it promptly.

 

Cooper Childers

Vehicle Stops Report Coordinator

Missouri Attorney General’s Office

Inspection of Untitled Homemade Trailers

Legislation taking effect as of August 28, 2019, modifies Section 301.191, RSMO, regarding the inspection of untitled homemade trailers. This change in the law will require all untitled homemade trailers regardless of the length of the trailer to be inspected by the Sheriff of the owners' county of residence or by the state Missouri Highway Patrol prior to application for the title and assignment of a vehicle identification number (VIN) by the Missouri Department Revenue. The fee for the inspection will be $25.00 Cash.

Citizens will now be able to schedule appointments with Cpl DeClue , Monday through Friday 8am-4pm.

Should you have any questions, please call the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department, at 573-774-4795.