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Orem Utah Police Station Address: 95 Center St, Orem, UT 84057, United States


1 day ago
Results are in from last nights @OremDPS vs @ProvoPolice CJC fundraiser. We won’t say who won because we are way to humble for that. We want to thank all of you that came out to support the CJC and the kids! https://t.co/ZBZjRl1bYd

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1 day ago
@ProvoPolice @SIZZLER Much love to our brothers……CJC and the kids win!

2 days ago
Bring the family to @Sizzler_USA in Orem. We’re raising money for the Children’s Justice Center from 4-8. All tips will be going to the kids. Help @OremDPS beat @ProvoPolice AGAIN! https://t.co/wnvvp507zJ

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2 days ago
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Orem Police Department

Mission Statement

Proactively serve and protect our community with honor, respect, and accountability, in order to keep Orem the safest place to live, work, and play.

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Orem Police Department1 day ago

The results are in, for last nights Children’s Justice Center (CJC) fundraisers at the Orem and Provo Sizzler locations. Orem PD (along with one UCSO Deputy and two Lehi Officers) raised $3,241 and our brothers from another mother (Provo PD) raised $2,527. It was close this year but we edged em out (we promised not to gloat so we won’t, but we just did).

We appreciate all of your support and love being able to help the CJC who in turn is able to help so many kids with this money!

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Orem Police Department1 day ago

Special for today only! Stop by and see us.

#theofficialsnackof420

Keep your rage in a cage, if it’s not yours don’t touch it, eat it don’t tweet it, hugs not drugs and the more you weigh the harder you are to kidnap. Back by popular demand – #thatsnotapocket
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*this is Photoshop so please don’t stop by looking for a Dorritos vending machine because it’s not there.

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Orem Police Department2 days ago

Look at the motley crew that will be serving you at Sizzler in Orem. We’ll be here from 4-8 tonight. All of the tips raised will be going to the Children’s Justice Center. We’re on a hot streak and we always beat Provo PD! Help us keep the streak going!

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Orem Police Department2 days ago

Reminder!

Bring the family to Sizzler in Orem starting at 4PM! Our officers and detectives will be there helping serve customers. All of the tips earned will be donated to the Children’s Justice Center CJC. The CJC provides services for children that have been sexually or physically abused. Please come see us and bring your friends #steakandmalibuforall

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Orem Police Department4 days ago

We were just PM’ing a young lady who shared a post about someone she knows who got a ticket today, by one of our officers, and wasn’t very pleased. Made us think about sharing a little info about traffic enforcement……….Here comes the soap box moment.

Tickets, no one likes getting them, me included and I’ve had my share. Tickets are a way to gain compliance to our traffic laws. Traffic laws are there for your safety and ours. Sometimes we gain compliance by verbal warnings. Sometimes we gain compliance by posting information about upcoming stings (like when we say that we are going to do a crosswalk sting). Sometimes we gain compliance by handing out tickets. Sometime we gain compliance by making an arrest. Either way, compliance is all we are looking for. In doing so, we hope to make our City streets a bit safer for you, your family, and ours.

Some people will understand why they got a ticket, some won’t and some don’t want to understand. We know it’s not super fun to get a ticket that usually costs upwards of $130 after all the “fees”, we get it, it sucks. It is however, part of our job……..keeping the streets safe for the motoring public.

People talk of “quotas” at the local PD level. I personally have been a cop for 20 years, I have written a LOT of tickets, I mean a LOT. I was a Trooper for a few years, back then I would have written my mom a ticket 😉 I can tell you in that past 20 years, I have never won the toaster oven (for those youngsters out there, a toaster over is – an electrical appliance designed like a small oven, used for toasting bread and for broiling or baking small quantities of various other foods) for writing all those tickets. All I ever got, was a lousy pay-check for doing my job. Yes folks, writing tickets and enforcing the traffic laws is part of our job. I have never heard of a department that has a “quota”, a department that says “you have to go out and write X amount of tickets per day. Now, if we check “stats” on our officers and an officer has stopped zero cars and written zero tickets in a month, we will find out why. As we all know, in Utah there are traffic violations a plenty and if you don’t see a few while working 160 hours a month, something is amiss. This is no different than someone who works in sales, being asked by their boss, why their sales are low………a salesmen job is to sell, a police officers job is to protect the rights of our citizens and enforce the laws passed by our City and State politicians. We don’t make em, we just enforce em.

The thing that is super cool about our laws is; if you don’t agree with them, try to get them changed. Another cool thing is; if you get a ticket, feel it wasn’t warranted and was unjust…….take it to court, the judge may side with you. I have personally lost tickets in court, we don’t take it personal. We leave and go back out there and do our jobs. Some people don’t like us, some tolerate us and some love us……part of the job.

One of the first questions people ask me when they find out that I’m a cop is; “do you like donuts” (Nope) and the second one is; “what’s the best way to get out of a ticket”? PoliceOne.com said it best:

Attitude: If the driver has a bad one, the warning option never enters the equation. There’s a reason we refer to the “attitude test.” If a driver is stopped and remains courteous and respectful, the odds of a warning soar upward.

Driving History: If we’ve met before, there is very little chance I will grant a reprieve. If I’m on the fence about whether or not to cite, my first go-to is dispatch. Run the person’s driver’s license and ask for a driving history. If they have none and their attitude is good, they may just have earned themselves a pass.

Honesty: Similar to attitude, honesty plays a huge role. If someone seems as pleasant as a spring day, but says they’ve never had a cell phone citation and their driving history reveals three prior violations — well then, welcome to the fourth.

Responsibility: Someone could have a great attitude, zero driving history and honestly think they didn’t commit the violation for which they were stopped. While that person may not necessarily be purposefully deceitful, they may very well refuse to take responsibility.

I have given more warnings to people for just being flat out honest, sorry and respectful.

Rant over……….

Keep your rage in a cage, if it’s not yours don’t touch it, eat it don’t tweet it, hugs not drugs and the more you weigh the harder you are to kidnap. Back by popular demand – #thatsnotapocket
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