2017 SEVERE FLOOD
Please select this link if you have been victimized, or contacted by someone, or someone posing as a company on behalf of Salt Lake City offering repairs or cleanup services related to the 2017 severe flood promising their fees will be reimbursement by Salt Lake City.
Send Us Your Feedback
Please let us know if you believe a department member provided exceptional service, made a mistake, or violated policy.
Should you request to be contacted, we will be in touch between 3-5 days. Community feedback is important to the Police Department and is appreciated.
Chief Mike Brown
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Salt Lake City Police Department website. I want everyone who lives, works, and visits Salt Lake City to know that my goals are to work hard to enforce a rigorous standard of community-based policing and to belay concern, uncertainty, and doubt about the amazing impact we have as a department charged with establishing and maintaining order and peace in this beautiful city. We hope that you will find this website helpful to know us better and enhance our community partnership.
Read the department's mission and vision statement and find out how SLCPD is committed to giving back to the community.Mission and Vision
You may form a Neighborhood Watch group around any geographical unit:
a block, apartment complex or business area.
To form a Neighborhood Watch group, contact the Police Department’s Volunteer Coordinator at (801) 799-3361. The Coordinator will provide you with a Neighborhood Watch guide and explain how to get your group started.