Logan City Police Department


Our Mission Statement:

We pledge to represent peace, respect, and civility in all our interactions, working tirelesslyOfficer Badge to protect and serve our community through honesty, transparency, and professionalism.

Take a look around the city on any given day, at any time of the day, and you'll see officers engaging in a variety of activities to fulfill this mission. Patrol vehicles are the most visible. You might see them in school zones, on traffic stops, or on patrol.  Detectives, while not as noticeable, are throughout the city investigating felony crimes.  Officers in softer uniforms are at the schools and the narcotics task force agents are gathering information on illegal drugs.

Animal Control officers deliver service to pet owners and work to get animals licensed. The valley-wide dispatch and 9-1-1 center is receiving calls for help and processing with the resources of police, fire, and medical response. Though their assignments may vary, these employees have one thing in common: they are dedicated to the safety and well-being of all who live in or visit Logan.DSC_1986

The Logan, UT metropolitan area is the nation's safest community according to the Civicus Consulting Group. 

 Logan named #1 Safest Metro Area in the West 

Logan is considered one of the safest metro areas in the West.  Logan, Utah, has approximately 55 violent crimes per 100,000 people. This is in contrast to the most dangerous areas in the Western United States.  According to the latest crime data from the FBI, which covers the calendar year 2013, the most dangerous metro area had a rate of 794 violent crimes per 100,000 people. Utah had four metro areas in the West’s Top 10 Safest.  Of the total number of violent crimes across the country, 23.5 percent occurred in the West, which is home to 23.5 percent of the nation’s population. Crime Map and Accident Map.

Logan City Police Policy is a living document that is maintained and updated frequently by our provider Lexipol.  Many of the changes that may affect our policy are new legislation or legislatively updated laws federally, at the state level, or court case law that may change policy. 

Learn how to keep yourself safe during an active shooter event in the workplace with this Run Hide Fight Video.   
Learn how to keep yourself safe during an active shooter event in a restaurant setting with this Run Hide Fight Video.
Learn how to keep yourself safe during an active shooter event in a store/public setting with this Civilian Response to Active Shooter.

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