• Chief’s Message: FAQ on SLCPD

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



  • Reporter Q&A with Chief Burbank

    Chief Burbank addressed a wide variety of public safety issues in this August 19, 2014, Q&A session with reporters.


  • PERF, DOJ Study of Sexual Assault Investigations

    Chief Chris Burbank announced that Salt Lake City will take part in a new study of sexual assault investigations in partnership with the Police Executive Research Forum and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women.



  • Chief Burbank Q&A

    Chief Burbank spoke with reporters about the findings of an internal investigation of an officer.



  • After-Action Assessment

    This new webpage is a repository of public information related to the June 18, 2014, incident in which an officer shot a dog while engaged in a search for a missing 3-year-old boy.


    After-Action Assessment
  • Code R Kits Project Update

    The first 20 cases to be reviewed as part of the Code R Kits Project are now available online. Warning: This material is graphic in nature. Parental discretion is advised.

    Code R Kits Project homepage

    Code R Kits Project Update
  • What’s the Metro Support Bureau?

    Check out Chief Burbank’s Metro Support Bureau concept.



    What’s the Metro Support Bureau?
  • Code R Kits Project

    Chief Burbank has initiated the “Code R Kits Project,” which will see the review of every Code R kit that has yet to be tested.



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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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View the most wanted criminals in Salt Lake City. If you help us find one of these individuals, you may be eligible for a cash reward.

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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