Logan City Police Department
To defend and protect the rights and safety of those who live, work, and visit in the City of Logan.
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.
The Logan, UT metropolitan area is the nation's safest community according to the Civicus Consulting Group. Check out the details in the Annual Report.
Learn how to keep yourself safe during an active shooter event with the Run Hide Fight Video.
Register for the 2013 Logan City Police Department Street Dog Seminar September 17-19, 2013 in Logan, Utah. Instruction and certification from Vohn Liche Kennels(VLK) and certification from the American Working Dogs Association(AWD). Single-purpose and dual-purpose narcotic service dogs welcome. Click on the brochure link for further information.