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  • Chief’s Message: FAQ

    Chief Burbank answers more frequently asked questions in his video message for November.

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  • Join Our Team

    SLCPD seeks qualified Police Officers.

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  • Do you recognize this robbery suspect?

    Watch the video. Call 911 or (801) 799-3000 if you recognize the suspect.

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  • First Edition of Metro Support Times Now Available

    The Metro Support Times documents the workings of the new bureau with primary responsibility for the area from North Temple to 700 South, Interstate 15 to State Street.

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  • SLCPD Signs Agreement for Initiative to Improve Police Response to Sexual Assault

    The police department will take part in a study expected to set best practices for sexual assault investigations by law enforcement.

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  • VIDEO: Family Asks Witnesses to Come Forward in Son’s Homicide

    The family of 18-year-old homicide victim Gustavo Jarquin made a public plea for information in their son’s case during a press conference Wednesday, October 1, at the Public Safety Building.

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  • Chief’s Message: FAQ on SLCPD

    Chief Burbank answers some frequently asked questions about the department in this month’s Chief’s Message.

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Did you know you can file police reports online? Browse through our online reporting system to determine if your report is eligible for online filing. Once submitted, you can print a copy for your records.

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Visit the SLCPD Newsroom for the latest public information releases, including daily Watch Log reports, press releases and an archive of previous posts. You will also find links to other media resources and references, such as GRAMA request forms, our photo and video galleries, and the history of the department.

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Tools on this page let you search crime statistics in a variety of ways: by zip code, City Council District, Community Council, crime type, time period and more.

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The Salt Lake City Police Department offers exciting and rewarding careers for both sworn and civilian personnel including: police officer, crime lab technician, 911 dispatcher, data analysts, evidence technicians and office technicians.

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CRIME TIPS - If you have a crime tip that you want to submit, you can do so anonymously by texting or submitting a web tip. You can also download the TipSubmit mobile phone application for quick, easy and secure tip submission! Learn more