Officers with the Monett Police Department responded to 1,843 incidents, not including 911 calls, during the month of April, along with 15 collisions involving 30 vehicles.
One injury wreck was documented, but 26 vehicles were damaged during April.
The 911 Communications Center answered a total of 304 "911" calls. Of those, 35 were hang-up calls and 105 were calls for police. A total of 15 calls were dispatched to the Pierce City Police Department, including four requesting medical assistance and four police assistance.
The highest non-emergency call volumes included 103 for animal control, 141 for medical assistance and 681 for police.
Officers completed 140 offense reports for the month, 11 of which involved juveniles. Other reports included 63 arrest reports and 52 general purpose reports, five of which involved juveniles.
A total of 245 warnings were issued for April, including 88 moving traffic violations and 46 non-moving issues. A total of 31 ordinance violation notices were also issued.
Animal control reported a total number of 1047 incidents for the month, which resulted in 14 dogs impounded, 10 of which were subsequently taken to the Humane Society.
Training activities for the month included Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES), low manpower checkpoint, advanced roadside impaired driver training and firearms training.
The highest number of offenses included: 15 nuisance reports, 16 stray dog complaints, 16 reports of stealing and 29 warrant arrests.
Detectives reported 22 criminal offenses under investigation. Currently, Detective Dave Haskins has seven cases under investigation, Detective George Daoud has five cases investigations underway, and Detective Jeff Martinson is working 10 open investigations.
The 911 Communications Center employees logged several hours of training for the month, including: Barry-Lawrence County Ambulance entry protocols; medical diverts, active shooter training, chemical suicides, runaways, fundamentals of emergency management and MULES recertification training.