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Cheyenne Wyoming Police Station Address: 415 W 18th St, Cheyenne, WY 82001, United States


12 hours ago
We are running another high visibility speed enforcement operation tonight. We are focusing on the downtown area. Please drive safely.

20 hours ago
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Just a reminder folks, drive carefully. Even parking lots have hazards.

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Just a friendly reminder folks, please drive cautiously in parking lots. Even at speeds… https://t.co/RfTkKB2Onq

1 week ago
We are currently working high visibility traffic enforcement operation on the south side of town Please be sure… https://t.co/pGeep9SGum

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While a counterfeit coin isn’t even enough to buy nachos with nowadays, you should still be on the lookout for… https://t.co/Te58VzRhIV

2 weeks ago
We’ve got a good feeling about this 2018 CPD goal… https://t.co/gbw7U0NWBg

Cheyenne Police Department

Cheyenne sprang up in the path of the transcontinental railroad in 1867 as it crossed the great plains. Nicknamed “Hell on Wheels,”the rowdy town of railroad workers and soldiers from nearby Fort D.A. Russell was teeming with numerous saloons and burlesque theaters. Cheyenne did not remain a wild town for long, as a booming livestock industry attracted investment from eastern and foreign cattle barons. With this new wealth, Cheyenne developed fine hotels, theaters and the first opera house west of the Mississippi. In the 1880s, Cheyenne was the wealthiest per capita city in the world. The state Capitol’s dome was even covered in gold leaf. Folks came from all over to “Live the Legend” that Cheyenne was known for.

The Cheyenne Police Department was created to protect residents and visitors alike. Cheyenne is still the hub of state government, progressive business and destination for those who wish to “Live the Legend” of the old west.

Much like the earlier lawmen who gave their blood, sweat and tears to protect Cheyenne from the outlaws of yesterday, the professional women and men of today’s Cheyenne Police Department continue to be leaders in public safety by fulfilling its mission of “Protecting the Legend” that Cheyenne is known for

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Cheyenne Police Department12 hours ago

We are running another high visibility speed enforcement operation tonight. We are focusing on the downtown area. Please drive safely.

***UPDATE***
We concluded this operation with 32 traffic stops, issued 25 tickets and made one warrant arrest. 15 of the tickets were for speeding offenses.

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Cheyenne Police Department added 3 new photos.20 hours ago

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Just a reminder folks, drive carefully. Even parking lots have hazards.

No drugs, alcohol, or cell phones were involved.

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Cheyenne Police Department2 days ago

The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating the theft of a hand carved wooden bear that was taken from the 1100 blk of E 6th Street on January 14. If you have any information about this crime please contact Officer Moniz at 307-633-6630 or lmoniz@cheyennepd.org

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Cheyenne Police Department5 days ago

Want to be a superhero? Help us to reunite over 1,000 comic books with their owner. On January 11th, the Cheyenne Police Department arrested Shawn Christensen related to a burglary at a local storage unit. CPD detectives were successful in returning some of the stolen items to their owner, however, we are still looking for 10 white boxes which are estimated to contain over 1,000 comic books. If you have any information regarding the burglary, received any suspicious items from Christensen or know the whereabouts of these comic books, please contact Detective Fernandez at 307-633-6638 or mfernandez@cheyennepd.org and let’s get these comics back to their owner.

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Cheyenne Police Department5 days ago

10 minutes. The time it takes to take a shower, or fold the laundry, or read the paper with your coffee, or make minute rice.

But if you leave your garage door open for even 10 minutes, there’s a chance that someone could steal your things. In this week’s Silent Witness case, the Cheyenne Police Department is investigating a burglary which occurred between 7:10 and 7:20 a.m. on January 4th. Two people entered an open garage at the 5700 block of Parkside Drive and stole a power saw and tools. The suspects escaped in a maroon SUV, possibly a Ford Escape.

If you have information about this or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers Silent Witness at 638-TIPS or go to www.silentwitnesslaramiecounty.com.

You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00. The caller I.D. system is not installed on the Silent Witness phone lines.

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Cheyenne Police Department7 days ago

Due to the high interest in the Cheyenne Police Department’s workshop for security plans in places of worship, the department will host another workshop for those who could not attend the event in December. The two-hour training will help places of worship create security plans to keep citizens safe. This was developed in response to the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and is organized for those who work or volunteer in worship centers to make security plans designed to minimize harm done in the event of an active shooter. Attendees of the previous event are also encouraged to come again as we will discuss how plans have been implemented and how they can be improved. If previous attendees are interested in speaking about changes they’ve made, please contact jharper@cheyennepd.org to coordinate.
Cheyenne Police Detective Jim Harper will lead the meeting. Detective Harper has designed the training to teach church personnel and members how to attempt to prevent critical incidents and how to react if a critical incident occurs during worship services.

Topics discussed in the training materials include:
— Conducting a Security Risk Assessment
— Developing a Place of Worship Security Plan
— What to do during the Critical Incident
— What to do immediately after the Critical Incident
— The need to provide Crisis Intervention Stress Management afterward

The workshop will be held at the Cheyenne Public Safety Center, 415 W. 18th St. on Tuesday January 23, from 6:00 p.m -8:00 p.m. For anyone interested in attending, you can sign up at: www.cheyennepd.org/worshipworkshop.