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In Memoriam: Officer William Cooke

Killed in the Line of Duty 155 Years Ago Today

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SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department today remembers the loss of one its own: Officer William Cooke, who died October 18, 1858, from injuries sustained in the line of duty.

Officer William Cooke was the first Utah police officer to be murdered in the line of duty.

On the afternoon of October 13, the 55-year-old officer was on duty and ...

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SLCPD Heads to Central 9th Neighborhood for ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Thursday at Nobrow Coffee Werks

Your questions about public safety = free cup of coffee

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May 20, 2013 — Thursday morning the Salt Lake City Police Department will drop into Nobrow Coffee Werks, 179 W. 900 S., in the Central 9th neighborhood to answer questions about crime and public safety as part of the “Coffee with a Cop” series.

Nobrow will offer a cup ...

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Next Coffee with a Cop: April 25th

Next Coffee with a Cop: April 25th

Questions about crime? Talk with an officer over a cup of coffee Thursday, April 25, 7-9 a.m., at Mestizo Coffeehouse, 641 W North Temple #700, SLC.

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SLCPD Seeks Homicide Suspect

Suspect: Phillip Lucero, 22

October 28, 2012 — The Salt Lake City Police Department seeks Phillip Lucero in connection with a homicide that occurred early this morning.

At approximately 4:55 a.m., Dispatch received a call of shots fired at 1094 Glendale Drive. Police were later called to a local hospital on reports of a deceased gunshot victim who has since been identified as Valentin Sigala Jr., 20.

Investigators seek Phillip Lucero (3/27/90) in the shooting. The suspect is described as:

  • male Hispanic adult,
  • 22 years ...
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Chief’s Message: Child Safety, Operation Safe Passage

September 4, 2012 — With the start of a new school year, Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank encourages parents to talk about safety with their children in this month’s video message from the Chief.

“We never want our children to be paranoid, especially not to the point of being unable to participate in our community, but we certainly want them to be aware and reduce their exposure to risk,” Burbank says, noting that parents may ...

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Chief’s Message: Auto Theft Prevention

http://youtu.be/RiDTn4uauog

Chief Chris Burbank and Detective Mike Tuttle talk about auto theft and provide tips to decrease the potential for this type of crime.

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Photos of Suspect in 2 SLC Robberies Released

If you recognize him, call 801.799.3000

June 28, 2012 — The Salt Lake ...

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SLCPD to Award Scholarships, Prizes in Student Art Contest Friday Night

Student Art Contest Exhibit Opens for Gallery Stroll 

May 17, 2012 — Scholarships worth $2,500 are on the line as Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank and other dignitaries review and judge entries in the 5th Annual SLCPD Student Art Contest tomorrow night at the City & County Building.

This is the first year in which the contest culminates with an art opening during the monthly downtown Gallery Stroll. Located in the lower level of the City & ...

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The New Public Safety Building

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsqaMCEkVB0

This stunning Virtual Tour allows you to experience the energy-efficient Public Safety Building from every angle, both inside and out. Viewers virtually fly through the new public lobby, plaza and festival space, and Emergency Operations Center.

 

 

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Surveillance footage of Homicide Suspect

Surveillance footage of Homicide Suspect
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