The Patrol Division is perhaps the most visible and recognizable unit of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Deputies in the Patrol Division respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, enforce traffic law, and conduct proactive community policing to help make Clay County a safe place to live and work.
The Patrol Division has four shifts that work in 12-hour rotations to provide full-time law enforcement protection to our residents. Call 911 or 816-407-3700 if you need deputies’ help.
In addition to deputies who respond to calls for service, there are four specialized units that operate under the division’s control including the Traffic Safety Unit, Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Unit, Lake Unit, School Resource Unit, and Drone Unit.
Clay County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies police unincorporated areas of the County, which you can see on this map. They also patrol several small municipalities (in light green), including:
Village of Oaks
Captain Jon Bazzano
12 S. Water St.
Liberty, MO 64068
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Traffic complaint form
Crash Reports are available for purchase online at www.buycrash.com. You will need your report number. If you do not have it, call us at 816-407-3700, and we can look it up for you.
You only need to fill out these three fields on the BuyCrash site:
State – Missouri
Jurisdiction – Clay County Sheriff
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