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Fairness | Integrity | Community | Respect | Equality
4901 Delmar Boulevard, Saint Louis, Missouri 63108, United States
Founded in 1972
The Ethical Society of Police was founded in 1972 by African American Police Officers to address race-based discrimination within the community and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. In 2018, the Ethical Society of Police expanded to St. Louis County Police Department.
What we do
The E.S.O.P. welcomes Police Officers, Park Rangers, and Civilians in law enforcement from all races, nationalities, religions, political affiliations, sexual orientations and gender identities.
- We are public servants. We champion fairness, equality and service.
- We hold ourselves and others accountable to our oath as Police Officers.
REPORT ON ST. LOUIS CITY PD BY THE ETHICAL SOCIETY OF PD
This report about the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) was prepared by the Ethical Society of Police (ESOP) and it outlines systemic racism, concerns with hiring, unfair discipline, corruption, interference with SLMPD, and other troubling incidents.
SIGNED MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ST. LOUIS COUNTY
This document was signed by the St. Louis County Executive
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