Chief Mark Webb is a lifelong Missourian. He and his wife Cherrie live in Strafford. He has two grown daughters Tara and Tiffany.
Chief Webb holds a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice, and a Masters in Criminology. He started his career as a Cadet in 1974 in Springfield Missouri and he retired as a Lieutenant after 28 years of service with the Springfield Police Department. He moved on to become the Police Chief in Marionville where he helped combine the Marionville and Aurora departments where he became Deputy Police Chief. After 2 years of service at the Marionville/Aurora Police Department he moved to Bolivar and assumed the position of Police Chief, where he has worked hard to upgrade their investigations, training, and fleet. Chief Mark Webb is committed to protecting our most vulnerable citizens: women, children, seniors and those who suffer from mental illnesses; he has become known as the Chief who cares too much. Chief Mark Webb has served as an Officer of the law for 40 years and has definitely earned the title of Legendary Crime Fighter and has proved himself to be a servant of the people.
Mark Webb began his tenure as Chief of Police for the city of Bolivar on July 9th, 2013.