The Law Enforcement Division is a professionally trained, positive, community customer focused Army law enforcement organization that is responsive to the needs of not only the commander but the civilian community. The The Law Enforcement Division provides the community with 24 hour police support to maintain good order and discipline, safety and security for all those who live and or work on Fort Leonard Wood.
Cell Phone Use While Driving
(12) Vehicle operators on Fort Leonard Wood and operators of government owned vehicles shall not use cell phones unless the vehicle is safely parked or the operator is using a hands free device. The wearing of any other portable headphones, earphones, or other listening devices (except for hands free cellular phones) while operating a motor vehicle are prohibited.
- Violators of the above are subject to a fine of no more than $50.00 or not more than 30 days imprisonment or both for each violation.
NOTE: A $30.00 PROCESSING FEE WILL ALSO BE ADDED IN ADDITION TO THE FINE.
The AWOL Section serves as the focal point for unit commanders in processing AWOL Deserters. Its mission is to maintain, verify, disseminate information, pickup and process captured AWOL/Deserters from civilian law enforcement agencies for the regular Army to return them to the military control of their units.
Military Police Desk
PHONE: (573) 596-6141
MPI: (573) 596-0579
The mission of the DARE program is to provide children with the information and skills they need to live drug and violence free lives. Establish positive relationships between law enforcement and students, teachers, parents, and other members of the community.
PHONE: (573) 596-1074
The mission of the Game Warden Section is to protect the fish, wildlife and other natural resources on Fort Leonard Wood and to inform and educate the public of environmental awareness issues. This section conducts a wide range of complex law enforcement activities, which routinely include surveillance, interviewing witnesses questioning suspects and searching for physical evidence and clues. Officers of this section may also be involved in conducting seizures of contraband, equipment, and vehicles, securing and serving search warrants, making arrests and testifying in court.
Hours of Operation: 0600-2200, 7 days a week
Bldg. 1000 (Military Police Station)
Military Working Dogs
The mission of the Fort Leonard Wood Military Working Dog (MWD) program is to provide trained Military Working Dogs and handlers to support police patrol, explosive and narcotic detection efforts to Fort Leonard Wood, Department of Defense, other government agencies and allies worldwide.
To request K-9 support contact DES Law Enforcement Operations at (573)596-6968.
Military Police Reports can be requested in person at the Military Police Station (Building #1000)
Businesses and Law Offices will be charged $3.50 per request.
Fax: (573) 596-0735 or (573) 596-4993