Jon Belmar

The agency, criticized for its response to Ferguson protests, puts too much emphasis on tactical approach, experts find.
An in-depth study concludes that "inappropriate" law enforcement responses escalated tension in St. Louis County.
More news is coming out of Ferguson, Missouri today after details of an upcoming Department of Justice report were obtained by a local news source.
Additionally, the report found that policies made it "difficult or impossible to lodge complaints" about officer conduct
St. Louis County Police announced on Sunday that they had made an arrest related to the two officers who were shot during
(Updates with police chief's press conference) The shooting of the officers came less than three months after the killing
McCulloch went on to speak about municipal court reform, saying “it doesn’t take a genius to figure out” maintaining court
Belmar said he believes the police car's dash cam, which is activated when the car's police lights are on, was not on during
In email sent after the tweets, Schellman said, "Even though Mr. Demoff stated he never apologized, the Chief believed it
ON EDGE Zaki Baruti, a leader of the Ferguson protest movement, said he approved of the commissioners chosen by Nixon, a
The action activated the use of the National Guard, which was met with widespread concern from community members who are
On Saturday night, a handful of organizers who have been involved since shortly after Brown’s death gathered at the home
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, who has previously defended his department’s approach to the demonstrations, indicated
Belmar said Monday that the police helicopter was struck by a laser, which can temporarily blind a pilot. The FBI reports
Many protesters in Ferguson do not believe that Officer Darren Wilson will be indicted and contend that recent grand jury
Police applied the rule to everyone, from protesters and journalists, to children and a 73-year-old woman. Even during daylight
“At the end of the day, we didn’t kill anyone because of our actions or seriously injure someone,” Belmar said. “Regardless
Even Capt. Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol was vaguely critical of the tactics used under Belmar's watch