Missouri Department of Public Safety

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Missouri Department of Public Safety
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Department overview
Headquarters Harry S Truman Building
301 W. High Street, Jefferson City, Missouri
Employees 2,280
Department executives Peter Lyskowski, Director
Stephen Sokoloff, Deputy Director
Tracy McInnis, General Counsel
Mike O'Connell, Communications Director
Ian Dunlap, Legislative Liaison
Website www.dps.mo.gov

The Missouri Department of Public Safety is a department of the State of Missouri in the United States. It administers a broad range of the state's public service agencies including the division of alcohol and tobacco control, the division of fire safety, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the Missouri National Guard, the Missouri Reserve Military Force, and the water patrol and Missouri Capitol Police. The gaming commission is also overseen by the department and is responsible for monitoring bingo and riverboat gambling operations. Additionally, the Missouri Department of Public Safety administers the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), which coordinates the response to natural and man-made disasters, and the state office of homeland security.

Senior Staff[edit]

Peter Lyskowski, Acting Director
Stephen Sokoloff, Deputy Director
Tracy McGinnis, General Counsel
Mike O'Connell, Communications Director
Ian Dunlap, Legislative Liaison

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External links[edit]

Website: http://www.dps.mo.gov/ Missouri Department of Public Safety