Marshall Police Department
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The Marshall Police Department is often recognized in the media. Here is a list of news events involving the Marshall Police Department.  Also, persons "most wanted" by Marshall Police will be located here.



Applicants "wanted" at the Marshall Police Department. 

The Marshall Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full time patrol officer.  Applications can be obtained by calling the Marshall Police Department at 660-886-7411. 





The Police Personnel Board of the City of Marshall, Missouri, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of:




Qualifications:  Must be at least 21 years of age, High School Diploma or GED (with College education preferred), height in proportion to weight, vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye, normal hearing in each ear without hearing aid, pass written and physical agility tests and be of good character, (background investigation).  Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission Pre-Certification is required prior to appointment.


Duties:  Uniform patrol, traffic enforcement, community oriented policing.


Benefits:  Benefits include health, dental, vision, liability insurance, pension contributions, vacation, overtime, holidays and sick days paid by the City.  The Police Department supplies uniforms, leather gear, and bullet resistant vests.


Salary:  Starting salary is $36,078 (annually) with normal increases to $39,250 within one year of being hired.


To Apply:  Applications are received on a continuous basis.  Applications may be picked up or requested by writing to the Marshall Police Department, 461 W. Arrow, Marshall, MO 65340, or by calling (660) 886-7411.  If requesting application by mail, please send a resume with the request. 


The City of Marshall is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate as to race, creed or sex.


UPDATE........  Haris was located and arrested.  Thanks for all the information that we received on him.    Wanted person: The Marshall Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Matthew Stephen Harris, who is wanted for Probation and Parole violation and also numerous incidents which are being investigated by the MPD. If you have any information on the location of Harris, please contact us at 660-886-7411 or


Wanted person

The Marshall Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Brandon Miles Marti, who is wanted on several drug related violations.  Brandon Marti has active arrest warrants for his involvement in reference to these violations, with a bond amount of $50,000 cash only.  Brandon Marti was last known to reside in the State of Florida but his location is unknown at this time.  Brandon Marti is described as a white male, 6'01”, 200 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes.  If anyone has any information about Brandon Marti, please contact the Marshall Police Department at 660-886-7411, or by email. 


Firearms training


Armed robbery

On 08-19-2014 at around 2:30 AM, an armed robbery occurred at Quick Run convenience store, located at 675 S. Odell.  The suspect was described as a white male, about 5'9" tall, slender build, wearing a black hoodie and black track style pants with red stripes.  If anyone has any information about this incident, please contact the Marshall Police Department at 660-886-7411 or by providing the information on the "contact us" box on the web site.


Wanted person: Update

Mr. Cornine was located and arrested.  Thanks for the information received on Mr. Cornine's location.

Marshall Police are looking for James Paris Cornine Jr, who has an active warrant for his arrest.  Mr. Cornine is also a person of interest in another incident being investigated by the police department.  Mr. Cornine’s last known address is 687 N. Ted and is 5'11" tall, weighing 180 lbs, with short brown hair and is 18 years old.  If anyone has any information about Mr. Cornine’s location, please contact the Marshall Police Department at 886-7411 or by this web site, at the contact us section above.


Marshall Detectives attend training 

Detectives from the Marshall Police Department recently attended a 3-day training conference, which was held in Springfield, Missouri.  The training was sponsored by the Missouri Office of Prosecution Services and was the 8th annual, Family and sexual violence conference.

Some subjects presented at the training included forensic interviews, family violence & homicides, abuse of the disabled & elderly, along with much more.  Those who attended, received 20.5 hours towards continuing education hours, which all law enforcement are required to meet in a set time frame.

By having Officers attend this type of specialized training, it continues to increase the Officers knowledge, which benefits not only the Marshall Police Department but the citizens of Marshall, who we are here to serve.


Marshall Police participate in drug take back program

The Marshall Police Department, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) conducted a drug take back program last Saturday, 04/26/2014.  The event took place from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Marshall Municipal Court Building.  During this event, citizens returned 30 pounds of unused or unwanted medications.  Sometimes 30 pounds does not seem like much but when you are talking about medications, which do not weigh much, this was a lot of medications, which were removed from homes to be properly destroyed.

The program takes back unused or unwanted prescription medication for safe disposal by the DEA.  This was the seventh time the Marshall Police Department has been involved with the Drug Take Back Event. The events the past few years have been held in the months of April and October, generally the last Saturday of each month. As of now there is not another event scheduled, but likely there will be one in October of this year.   The police department will provide the date, time and location, when another event is scheduled.

During the seven events Marshall has been involved in, the State of Missouri has turned over more than 150,000 pounds of medications to be destroyed.  


Marshall Police and YMCA conduct training exercise



Marshall Police and YMCA conduct training exercise together.  Chief Donnell addressing YMCA staff after training exercise.