Neighborhood Watch

Spanish Lake
Neighborhood Watch Locations

The St. Louis County Police and the Spanish Lake community have teamed up together in a partnership, a partnership between police and law abiding citizens to create permanent solutions to problems that lead to crime. This partnership is the foundation of St. Louis County’s own philosophy of neighborhood policing. We currently have a strong neighborhood watch program in Spanish Lake. During each meeting we discuss current crime statistics, community concerns, and your Neighborhood Police Officer Tim Ware is available for any questions or concerns.

Spanish Lake West

Residents who live on the West side of Bellefontaine road in Spanish Lake are welcome to attend this meeting. The meeting is every other month and is currently being held at Trinity High School (1720 Redman). The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria on the lower level.

Spanish Lake East

Residents who live on the East side of Bellefontaine road in Spanish Lake are welcome to attend this meeting. This meeting is also held every other month and is currently being held at the Bellefontaine American Legion Fort located at 11896 Raymond. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.

In addition to the bi-monthly meetings there will be a regional neighborhood watch meeting located at the Jamestown Mall community room. This meeting is the second Thursday of every other month opposite to the area meetings. This meeting will bring together all areas of the North County Precinct. The meeting will have a guest speaker, all neighborhood-policing officers, and any current information.

For further information about when the next meetings are you can contact Neighborhood Policing Officer Jason Kapayou at 438-4618 or email at jkapayou@stlouisco.com.


Learn how to protect your home and neighborhood better by reading the Residential Inventory & Security Education Handbook. This handbook has been provided by the Saint Louis County Police.