Inside the PD
The Department is administered by Chief Adrian Day with 40 sworn officers and 9 civilian employees.
The Tooele City Police Department responds to more than 17,000 calls for service annually.
Chief Adrian Day was sworn in as the Tooele City Chief of Police on July 7, 2021.
The Tooele City Police Department Administration team works hand in hand with the other divisions of the police department to keep things running safely and smoothly. We endeavor to help the community by hiring individuals who are dedicated to upholding our mission to protect the rights of all people, while also striving to live our values as a professional and close knit team.
The Police Department is made up of three main divisions:
- Patrol Division
- Patrol Teams
- Animal Hearings
- Investigations Division
- Special Victims
- Property/Major Crimes
- Task Force
- Operational Support Services
- Ordinance Compliance
- Community Resource Team
- Front Office (Fingerprinting, Sex Offender Registry, etc.)
The purpose of the Animal Control/Ordinance Compliance division is to achieve code compliance so that the citizens of Tooele may enjoy a cleaner, safer, and better place to work, live, and recreate. Our mission is to work with the community to resolve issues that impact the quality of life and the well-being of people living and working in Tooele. Our goal is to enforce policies and regulations that promote strong, vibrant neighborhoods and communities and to encourage the positive and orderly growth and development of the City. The Ordinance Compliance Officer is charged with addressing complaints and issues regarding improvement of neighborhoods, integrity of property values, and enforcement of ordinances to avoid unsightly or dangerous situations on private properties.
Please visit our Animal Control/Ordinance Enforcement page for contact information or to submit an Animal/Ordinance Complaint.
Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of citizens in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime and fear of crime in communities. It involves neighbors getting to know each other and working together. It also involves citizens being trained to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods and learning and implementing crime prevention techniques.
To find your nearest Neighborhood Watch or start a neighborhood watch program in your area, please contact the Tooele City Police Department Crime Prevention Division at 435.882.8900.
If you have information regarding a crime, know of a criminal offense that has taken place, or are concerned about criminal activity in your area, we want to hear from you.
For information on how to report a tip, visit our Tip-A-Cop Page.
Thousands of taxpayer dollars are spent each year to repair vandalism and clean up graffiti. Please help us try to stop this. If you see suspicious behavior, call Dispatch immediately at 435.882.5600. Tooele City offers a $250 REWARD for information that leads to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for graffiti or vandalism. Contact the Tooele City Police Department through Dispatch at 435.882.5600 with information about graffiti or vandalism or go online to our website and File A Report.
An appointment is required for all property releases.
If you would like to make a request for a public record at the police department, you must fill out the GRAMA Request Form and provide an approved picture ID. These can be submitted in person, by mail, by email, or by fax. For more information, visit our Request For Records (Police) Page.
Crossing guards are hired on an as needed basis, usually at the beginning of the school year, which is in August. Most elementary schools have crossing guards as part of their school safety plans, so the crossing guards follow the schedule of each individual elementary school. If you are interested in becoming a crossing guard or receiving notifications when crossing guard jobs become available, visit the Tooele City Human Resources Employment & Volunteer Opportunities page.
- Animal Control/Ordinance Enforcement
- File A Police Report
- Missionary/Good Conduct Letter
- Online Reporting
- Request An Overtime/Contract Police Officer
- Request for Records (Police)
- Sex Offender Registration
- Utah Criminal History Checks
- Victim Advocacy