Lt. Perri Johnson, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

Lt. Perri Johnson has been a Police Officer with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for 24 years and holds the rank of Lieutenant.  He is currently the Commander of the St. Louis Juvenile Division.  His assignments have included working in district 3,5,6,8, and 9, teaching at the Police Academy, being a district detective, as well as an Intelligence detective, and also serving in the Mobile Reserve Unit, as well as SWAT. Lt. Johnson has received numerous awards and Letters of Accommodation.  


As the Commander of the Juvenile Division, he recently implemented putting the STOP (Students Talking It Over With Police) Program into the middle schools, as well as the GREAT (Gang Resistance Education and Training) program in the elementary schools, to help students and Police Officer have a better understanding of one another.

Lt. Johnson also participated in the ‘School Safety & Security Symposium:  When will you be tested?’   Please click the videos to hear what he had to say.


Contact Information:


St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

1915 Olive Street

St. Louis, Missouri 63103

Phone:  314.231.1212


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