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Great Falls Montana Police Station Address: 112 1st St S, Great Falls, MT 59401, USA

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HUNTING 4 HUNT! Enjoy this GFPD version of “Where’s Waldo”.

Ever the prankster, SPO Adam Hunt recently staked… https://t.co/eD45M6y3oU

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Help our brothers and sisters at Great Falls Fire Rescue out…please clear the snow from hydrants as… https://t.co/5zQ2Zz2jjj

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CHIEF AT THE CHIEFS! Chief Bowen is an avid The Kansas City Chiefs fan. And, about a week ago his buddy called… https://t.co/vHxRwlEmih

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911 UPTON RETIRES! Last Friday we helped honor and celebrate the tremendous service 911 Dispatch Supervisor Karl… https://t.co/F4FOedhYeE

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Today we welcome Clay Henderson, and his wife, to the GFPD family. Clay was sworn in by Judge Bolstad and… https://t.co/DP05M3cwBy

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Great Falls MT Police Department updated their profile picture.16 hours ago

A sparkly, frosty, shimmery morning outside the station, welcome to beautiful Montana.

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Great Falls MT Police Department18 hours ago

Tier III Sex Offender – Raymond LaFranier – updated address. To find out more about Montana’s Violent and Sexual Offender Registery, or this specific offender, click here. https://app.doj.mt.gov/apps/svow/default.aspx

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HUNTING 4 HUNT! Enjoy this GFPD version of “Where’s Waldo”.

Ever the prankster, SPO Adam Hunt recently staked out Lt. Allen’s office from a very precarious spot. When the Lt. sat down he got quite the surprise.

Can you spot Hunt in the first photo? We will post the answer in the comments.

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LETTER FROM THE CHIEF – Chief Bowen wrote the message below to the citizens of Great Falls, and we would like to add one item to the list of accomplishments (because he is humble and won’t brag about it). In April Chief Bowen was awarded “2016 Administrator of the Year” from the Montana Association of Chiefs of Police.

“2017 was a challenging year for our department and for the community members of Great Falls.

We responded to 43,769 calls for service, up 1,629 from 2016. In part, the increase may be attributed to the implementation of the Directed Enforcement Team and their diligence issuing traffic citations in and around the city’s most hazardous driving areas.

Our 911 dispatchers, on behalf of the entire county, answered 166,186 calls into the Emergency Communications Center, including: 911 calls for medical, fire, and police emergencies, calls to the non-emergency police lines for GFPD and CCSO, and reports called in to the alarm line.

We said farewell to a few members of the GFPD family when crash investigator Steve Giffin, volunteer Lu Bourcier, retired officers Earl Kelley, Don Ehnes, Stan Johnston, Doug Bensley, and former officer Jim Linn passed away.

The entire Montana community was devastated when Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore was brutally killed on the side of the road. Moore was one of the nation’s 125 law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2017. And Great Falls grieved when one of our youngest citizens died after being struck by a vehicle.

We celebrated with Sergeant Larry Brooks, Master Police Officer Ed McLean, and Dispatch Supervisor Karl Upton when they retired from the department after many years of faithful and selfless service.

We swore in five new police officers: Zaine O’Meara, Brandon Zidack, Paul Kummer, Robert Larson, and Brett Munkres, and animal control officer Tiffany Staigmiller. We celebrated five promotions: Brian Smail to Sergeant and Aaron Frick, Adam Price, and Clint Houston to Master Police Officers, and Kelly Pocock to Dispatch Supervisor.

We were grateful to receive a state of the art crime scene scanner, funded primarily from community donations to the Great Falls Police Community Foundation, a supply of NARCAN from the Benefis Foundation and a few physicians, a supply of a critical blood stopping equipment from the Exchange Club and two private donor families, and a utility vehicle funded by the Business Improvement District.

We were glad to peacefully resolve a few of the most publicized law enforcement situations when two males led our officers on an intense pursuit from the east end of town to the river, when we searched for a suspect into the night near Gibson Flats, and when a toddler was taken during the theft of a vehicle.

We investigated the theft of the city’s Independence Day fireworks display, worked a security detail at MANG air show, and hosted the 20th Citizens Academy class and the first Master Citizens Academy class.

Our Facebook family grew to over 13,000 and we came to depend on their assistance when needing help locating several missing adults, identifying two toddlers found wondering unsupervised, aiding in safely locating a pair of young brothers, and finding a young boy who was last seen with a family friend.

The people of Great Falls really stepped up when 11 year old Jessica, who has autism, was lost on three separate occasions. During one incident, late at night, several community members got in their cars and drove around looking for Jessica. Jessica’s parents have expressed their immense gratitude and have made adjustments so Jessica is not able to sneak away so easily.

We had the privilege of escorting the nation’s Christmas tree destined for the capitol in Washington DC. We manned a train derailment and got all shook up when the earth moved a little in the middle of the night. We stepped outside to witness the eclipse and suffered through a wall of smoke when a large portion of our beautiful state was on fire.

As many departments across the nation struggle with strife within their communities we feel grateful to serve and protect this one. Almost every day we are the recipients of a platter of homemade treats, a delivery of pizzas, a stack of handwritten thank you notes, or a comment of support on our Facebook page. I just want to say thank you, thank you for the continued support and your faith in us. I hope you have a blessed and happy new year, we’re here if you need us.”

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Great Falls MT Police Department shared Great Falls Fire Rescue’s post.7 days ago

Help our brothers and sisters at Great Falls Fire Rescue out…please clear the snow from hydrants as demonstrated in this photo. It could save a home or save a life.

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We are sad to report that a Great Falls fixture, “Larry the Homeless Guy” has passed away. Larry Kiedrowski was 71 years old and known to many in our community as the guy with some pretty incredible carts. He could be seen for the last many years pushing his iconic carts, including one with a propeller on top, all over Great Falls.

Larry’s life was somewhat of a legend for many Great Falls community members. Larry grew up on his family’s farm north of Hogeland, MT with his six siblings and his parents, Lorraine and Frank, who passed away a few years ago.

Larry retired from MANG then seemingly lost his way and ended up living the life of a transient throughout Great Falls. About 15 years ago, the government tried to have Larry committed and send him away. That’s when Detective Cory Reeves and two other caring community members stepped in and offered to be caretakers for Larry. They all believed Larry should be allowed to live his life the way he wanted to, even though it was not the way others thought he should do it. With their intervention and commitment, the District Court allowed Larry to stay in Great Falls and live out the remaining years of his life on his terms.

Larry was homeless for several years and could be found sleeping in an alley or under a bridge. Lt. Allen recalls finding Larry, on a very cold winter night, sleeping comfortably just outside of a warm air vent in an alley downtown. For the last many years Larry lived in small motels throughout town.

Larry liked to drink Coca-Cola and read Popular Science magazines. Detective Reeves welcomed Larry into his family and often treated him to dinner. Reeves children came to love Larry and enjoyed their time together. Reeves says one of the things Larry loved to do most was attend the Guns and Hoses hockey games with his family. Reeves says, “Larry’s face would light up at those games, he just loved them.”

Larry will be missed by many in our community, especially Detective Reeves and his family. Edwards Funeral Home in Chinook is handling the arrangements and a memorial will be held sometime around the June timeframe.

One of our followers, Caitlyn, found that Larry used to have a MySpace account and downloaded several photos for us. See them in the comments, thanks Caitlyn. We encourage you to share photos and positive stories or fond memories of Larry.