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Park City Police Department
As Chief of Police, I want to thank you for having an interest in the Park City Police Department. I am honored to represent the command staff, officers and civilian personnel of the police department. This is truly "Your" police department.
Park City currently has seventeen sworn officers dedicated to providing complete and professional law enforcement service to the community. The elected officials of Park City have openly supported the continued growth and technical advancement of the police department.
The Park City Police Department is committed to serving and protecting the community in a fair and courteous manner. We strive together as a team to help prevent crime, and to respond to citizens in need at any time. As a department, we hold ourselves to high standards of ethical behavior and efficient performance. It is my hope that every contact our officers make with citizens in our community will demonstrate our commitment to quality service and protection.
We sincerely appreciate the support of our citizens as we serve you. Your support and assistance is absolutely essential to the success of our mission.
Do you want to know what’s going on in Park City?
LexisNexis’s public crime map, Community Crime Map, connects the Park City Police Department with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
LexisNexis works with each contributing agency to set up an automated feed of the data from their crime database into the database. Receiving the data directly from each law enforcement agency ensures that the data is always up to date, accurate and complete.
You can see the source of the crime data for any incident by clicking on the incident on the map. The information window lists the "Agency" that provided the information. The Metadata tab also lists the source and links to each source's web page for the incidents that are currently in view. Be sure to select “KS – Park City” as the law enforcement agency. You can also see crime data from surrounding communities that contribute to the Community Crime Map database, including Wichita.
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The Park City Police Department does not sell, trade, or give away our shoulder patch or any other police insignia. This is due to an upward trend of persons impersonating police officers, and the recommendation of the US Department of Homeland Security.