Police Community Engagement Board

The Police Community Engagement Board was created to advise the police department and reflect the values and priorities of Webster Groves.

Our aspiration is to create a community where racial equity, diversity and inclusion are lived values with the goal of dismantling historical inequities in policing and building a community that feels safe to everyone.

Mindful that communication is 2-way and that listening and reflecting are critically important, our primary goal is hearing input from community members and understanding their concerns.
 The board will facilitate collaboration and outreach between the Board, the city's police department, and the Webster Groves community. 

  • Obtain community perspective on police policies, programs and practices
  • Encourage community engagement in fostering safe communities
  • Facilitate police department transparency and accountability

See the full ordinance.

We want to hear from you!

We’re committed to hearing everyone’s voice and making Webster Groves a safe community for everyone. Please send your feedback on the linked form. We’ll review submissions at our monthly meetings and share highlights of the discussion on this website. 

 When you fill out the Police Community Engagement Feedback Form, you may remain anonymous. Or you can provide your email for a response. 

 You may also email comments to the Board via the Staff Liaison, Police Chief Dale Curtis.

 Please note: A city employee will check form submissions for urgent public safety matters and refer them to the police department. The PCEB has no role in personnel matters. If you want a response about a specific incident, please email Chief Curtis directly at curtisd@webstersgrovesmo.gov.

The members are:

  • John Buck (Webster University)
  • Centron Fielder, co-chair (Resident)
  • Dr. Scott Groesch (Doctor)
  • Jill Magruder (Resident)
  • Lexie O'Brien, Chair (Resident) 
  • Dr. Tina Clark-Scott (School District Rep.)
  • Sloane Carfield (Youth Liaison)
  • Emerson Smith (Council Liaison)
  • Dale Curtis, Police Chief (Staff Liaison)

Contact Us

Send questions or comments to the Board via the Staff Liaison, Police Chief Dale Curtis. Email Chief Curtis

You can also fill out the Police Community Engagement Feedback Form

Public Records Request

Public records can be requested through our online form

Agendas and Minutes

View Police Community Engagement Board agendas and minutes.

Most Recent Agenda | View All | View Video Recordings of Meetings

Commission Statements and Community Outreach

Statement of Condemnation on Use of Force

The Commission supports the City Council's September 8 statement. Read statement

Additional Materials