Board Members

Detective Sergeant Heather Taylor

President ESOP Genesis

Detective Sergeant Taylor is currently assigned as the night watch Homicide Sergeant. She has also worked in Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, Juvenile; as well as undercover, in Anti-Crime and Crime Suppression. 

She is a college graduate and a former four year letter winner as a Division I Basketball Player. Sgt. Taylor attended high school at Vashon in St. Louis, MO, and college at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She later attended American Inter-Continental University

Jason D. Love

Vice President ESOP Genesis

Jason D. Love has been a SLMPD Officer since 1996.  Love has worked in District Five and Six and also worked in and supervised several specialized units.  Love has been a member of the ESOP since his inception onto this Department and shares a wealth of knowledge with his peers.  Love also served in the US Army and was assigned to Nurnberg Germany and Desert Storm/Shield. 

Lieutenant Cheryl E. Orange

Treasurer ESOP Genesis

Lieutenant Cheryl E. Orange entered the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department as a Commission Officer in training April 17, 1989. She has served the Citizens of St. Louis and this department as an officer assigned to District Two, Seven, and Eight and as a detective assigned to the Domestic Abuse Response Team, (DART).

Officer John W. Leggette

Chaplain ESOP Genesis

John is native of St. Louis, Missouri. He has been a member of the SLMPD for 14 years and has served in various District throughout the City of St. Louis. He is committed to genuine community policing and believes in getting involved with the citizens in the area he patrols.

Sergeant Todd Ross

Sgt At Arms ESOP Genesis

Sergeant Todd Ross entered the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department as a “Recruit in Training” January 2001. After completion of the Police Academy, he served as an officer assigned to the Third, Sixth, Seventh, Ninth, Housing Unit, Mobile Reserve, and SWAT.

Officer Duane Hollinshed

Special Assignments Representative

Officer Duane Hollinshed entered the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department as a "Recruit in Training" in January 2003.  After completing the police Academy, he has was assigned to District Three. He was later assigned to the Crime Suppression Unit, District Two, District Six, the District Six Detective Bureau and is currently assigned to the Traffic Safety Division.






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Respect - Community - Equality

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