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Provo Utah Police Station Address: 48 S 300 W, Provo, UT 84601, United States


23 hours ago
Storm coming. Please slow down and give emergency vehicles the right of way and extra room. Re-tweet from Detroit is great reminder…

1 day ago
Springville PD looking to identify this individual in a theft investigation. If you have info. contact Det. M.Lee https://t.co/IkreZP2JsT

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3 days ago
REMINDER: We had another wave of vehicle burglaries this past weekend. Lock your cars and secure your valuables. https://t.co/NE8sYc8mLR

3 days ago
SKIMMING: What is it and why should you be vigilant in protecting your credit information?

DEFINITION of… https://t.co/77tR1VIj18

2 weeks ago
*RECOVERED*
Our Provo Power truck has been recovered. It was found abandoned, still searching for suspect.

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If you are interested in volunteering at Provo Police Department, check out our webpage at http://www2.provo.org/ppd.vips.html.
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Provo Police Department2 days ago

Press Release for Text to 911

From: The 911 PSAPS (Public Safety Answering Points) in Utah County, all police and fire chiefs of Utah County and the Utah County Sheriff’s Department.

To: All Utah News media

Regarding: Text to 911

We are pleased to announce residents anywhere in Utah County can text “911” on their cell phones and be connected with a 911 dispatcher in an emergency.
Speaking directly to a 911 dispatcher is always the best and fastest way to get help in an emergency or to report a crime in progress. If you can call 911 for help, please do, but for those times when you can’t call, there is now “Text to 911”. This new feature is also a benefit to the hearing impaired and can be helpful in an emergency as opposed to a voice call to 911.
Texting 911 gives emergency dispatchers the capability to communicate with citizens who find themselves in a position where they are unable to call 911 because of serious situations where calling for police assistance may expose a caller to more danger. Cases of abuse, burglary and robbery have been successfully reported across the country by callers who have been able to text 911 without tipping off a suspect. We are happy to be able to offer this life saving service to our citizens.
This announcement covers all cities and all of the unincorporated areas in Utah County. As the public safety professionals in Utah County we are always working to improve our ability to respond to emergencies to help keep you safe.

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Provo Police Department shared their video.3 days ago

REMINDER: We had another wave of vehicle burglaries this past weekend. Lock your cars and secure your valuables.

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Do your part to prevent property crime. Secure your valuables. Report suspicious activity.
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Provo Police Department added 2 new photos.3 days ago

SKIMMING: What is it and why should you be vigilant in protecting your credit information?

DEFINITION of ‘Skimming’: An electronic method of capturing a victim’s personal information used by identity thieves. The skimmer is a small device that scans a credit card and stores the information contained in the magnetic strip. Skimming can take place during a legitimate transaction at a business.

Utah Valley has been hit by skimming suspects. It seems a team of these identity thieves surface every few years and wreak havoc with victims’ financial accounts. The skimming devices come in many shapes and sizes and are easily concealed. (Two example photos attached)

Remember, you can always ask to witness the financial transaction, (swipe) of your credit card when at restaurants, gas stations, department stores, grocery stores, etc. As mentioned above in the definition, “Skimming can take place during a legitimate transaction at a business.” Protect your credit information. If you think it has been compromised, contact your local police department, asap.

To help prevent identity theft, check your accounts often. You can also get a free credit report once per year to verify all transactions were authorized. If something doesn’t appear correct, notify your financial institution immediately to prevent loss of funds.

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Provo Police Department2 weeks ago

Provo’s newest K9 Officer is named ODIN! Thanks to all who responded to the on-line poll. The race was very close between the two names suggested, however, in the end, Odin was selected by 54% of the voters!!

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Provo Police Department2 weeks ago

*COUNTERFEIT BILLS*
Provo Detectives recently arrested Jack Daniel Levistski who was producing counterfeit 50 and 100 dollar bills. The “pen” test was not effective in detecting the bills in this case as they were produced from altering authentic bills of a lesser currency value. If you think you have received any of these bills, in Provo, contact PPD detectives at (801)852-6255.

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Provo Police Department2 weeks ago

Provo Police welcomes our four newest Police Officers, sworn in yesterday.
L to R: Mana Semo, Kevin Fernandez, Jeremy Anderson, and Brian Wortman.

We are excited to bring them aboard and have confidnece they will be valuable assets to our department and profession.

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Provo Police Department2 weeks ago

THANK YOU!
We wish to thank the public for their support and interest in our recent posting looking for two missing persons, Thomas Walraven and Shelly Ellis.

Both individuals have been located and are safe.