In 2017 the Missouri Supreme Court appointed Wesley Bell
Bell was appointed to serve on the Task Force on Criminal Justice and the committee on Practice and Procedure in Municipal Division Cases.
In his first term he worked to help the city identify and hire qualified candidates for Police Chief, City Manager and Human Resources Director.
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An expert in the field of criminal justice and legal studies, Councilman Wesley Bell was recently appointed by the Missouri Supreme Court to serve on the “Task Force on Criminal Justice,” as well as the “Committee on Practice and Procedure in Municipal Division Cases.”
Earlier in his career, as Prosecutor for the Village of Riverview, and a former Municipal Court Judge for Velda City:
- Bell worked with attorneys and judges to implement targeted reforms, including uniform fine schedules across St. Louis County.
- His court was one of the first to implement a qualified amnesty program for citizens with municipal warrants in his city.
- As Municipal Court Prosecutor Bell helped create the North County Policing Cooperative with a focus on community policing.
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