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Operation Safe Passage is a proactive program developed to protect children from being abducted while walking to and from school. In addition, it enhances pedestrian safety along safe walking routes and reduces opportunities for bullies to intimidate other children. This program was designed to add an increased element of safety to students by reporting suspicious activity, and by giving the students a person to turn to if something goes wrong. 

For more information: 

Dawn Black 801-568-7200

Operation Safe Passage Brochure 

Online application

Operation Safe Passage Video

 

Criminals love the holidays as much as everyone else. Mainly it is an opportune time for crime. Don't let the spirit of giving lull you into giving burglars, muggers, or pickpockets a better chance to do their dirty work. 

  • Protect your home when you're out and about
  • Protect your vehicle when parking 
  • Protect yourself and your family when away from home 

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The Sandy City Police Department Detectives is seeking the following person(s) of interest. If you have any information concerning this/these individuals, please contact the Sandy City Police Department 801-568-7200 or call the Tip Line at: 801-568-INFO (4636). 

 

Robbery Suspect-Described as white male, approximately 5'10" tall, thin to medium build. If you can identify this person please contact Detective Nowers 801-568-7239 or dispatch 801-799-3000 Reference number SY2014-54128

If you know this person please contact Detective Frampton at 801-568-7200. Reference number SY2014-52326

Male suspect - approximately 6'5" tall. Weight between 250-300 lbs. If you know this person please contact Detective Webb @801-568-7200. Reference number 14-52927 For more information: https://www.facebook.com/sandypddetectives?ref=hl 

 

 

 

 

 

Sandy City Police Department conducts free car seat safety checks between 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For an appointment contact: Officer T. Marquez 801-568-7299

10000 South Centennial Parkway Sandy City Police Department 

 

 

The Sandy City Explorer Post is now accepting applications. This program is for anyone between the ages of 14 to 20 who is interested in a career in Law Enforcement. The program gives youth the opportunity to experience law enforcement firsthand and assist the police department in various activities while serving the community. Explorers receive police training in weekly meetings held at the Sandy City Police Department.  

For more information contact Bart Webb 801.568.7216

Explorer application form   

                                        

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