The Pleasant Grove Police Department is headed by Police Chief Mike Smith. Our address is 87 East 100 South, Pleasant Grove UT. Please call 801-785-3506 for any inquires and non-emergencies. For emergencies please dial 911. If you would like to contact Chief Mike Smith via email click here.
Pleasant Grove citizens are protected and served by twenty-five full time police officers who are commited to making our community a safe place to reside.
VIPS (Volunteers In Police Service)
To enhance the Police Department/Citizen partnership in a safe community by utilizing volunteers to assist the Pleasant Grove Police Department in promoting the community concept of ownership in public safety concerns, to instill public confidence in the department by maintaining a high degree of professionalism while deterring crime in Pleasant Grove by assisting the Pleasant Grove Police Department Patrol Division in recognizing and reporting suspicious activity, suspicious circumstances and crime, serious traffic violations (DUI, reckless drivers, hit and run traffic accidents), zoning code violations as they relate to streets, sidewalks and vehicles, and other duties as requested by the Patrol Division. For more information on how to become involved in the VIPS Program, contact Officer Cory Fenton, (801)785-3506.
The Pleasant Grove Animal Control is staffed by two part-time Animal Control Officers and is under the direction of the Police Department. Please call 785-3506 for all non-emergency animal control questions or needs. Animals are sheltered at the North Utah County Shelter located at 193 N 2000 West, (801)785-3442.
The 911 Communications Center is lead by Communications Manager Heidi Peterson. For emergencies dial 911. For all non-emergencies please dial (801)785-3506.
The Pleasant Grove 911 Communications Center is staffed 24/7 and answers 911 wireless and wireline calls in addition to all non-emergency calls for the Pleasant Grove area. State-of-the-art technology allows us to obtain location information for wireless calls as well as wireline calls when dialing 911.
Crime In Your Neighborhood?
Have there been times that you have wanted to know or needed to know what criminal activity was taking place in your neighborhood? Well, thanks to technology that information will be readily available to you.
Pleasant Grove Police Department announces the following website that is being made available to the citizens of Pleasant Grove. The website is www.crimereports.com.
This program has been endorsed by the Utah Attorney General, Mark L. Shurtleff, and has been implemented to provide timely information to citizens within the communities of Utah. It facilitates a communication and crime watch partnership between law enforcement agencies and the citizens they serve with the purpose of helping law enforcement communicate directly with the public using high impact maps and current crime information.
As your local law enforcement agency in Pleasant Grove, we feel that access to the www.crimereports.com website can be a valuable tool in identifying where crime is occurring in our community and will prove particularly valuable to those in the community who want to stay informed about what is going on in their neighborhoods, with again, the hope that they will work with us to address these issues.
This program is currently available via the internet by typing in www.crimereports.com. The Home Page is user friendly and will allow various types of searches to include types of crimes, location of crime in relationship to a specific address, and a time frame for your search.
Pleasant Grove is a marvelous place to live, whether you are a youngster growing up , a teenager learning what it takes to find your place in society, a parent busily engaged in rearing a family, or a senior citizen enjoying the ‘golden years’. There really is ‘no place like home’. However, there are steps that can and should be taken to preserve the lifestyle we enjoy and one of those steps is to know what is going on around you. It is our hope that this newly introduced tool will assist you in being aware and involved in ensuring that together we can keep our community the type of place we want to call home.Sherri Atwood, Communications AdministratorPleasant Grove Police Department
- A.L.E.R.T. is overseen by Lynn Hatfield for more information please call (801) 785-3506.
- Family and Neighborhood Preparedness 3-step coordinator is Dawn Hatfield, for questions please call (801)785-6141.
- C.E.R.T. leader is Sherri Atwood, please call (801) 785-3506 to sign up.
Click here to be directed to an anonymous tip line for Pleasant Grove Police Department.
The Honorary Colonel Association is a group of civic minded business people and citizens who have pooled their energies and resources to assist and support the Pleasant Grove Police Department. The Honorary Colonels assist the Pleasant Grove Police Department with community relations, Business Watch, education programs, fallen officer fund, equipment and other areas as needed. Read more.
Pleasant Grove Police Department Announces Changes in Fingerprinting for the Public
Fingerprinting for the public will be available on Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., at 87 East 100 South, Pleasant Grove Police Department
Non-residents fee is $25.00 cash or check. Credit cards cannot be accepted after 5:00 p.m.
Proof of residency must be provided at the time of printing.
Questions – Contact Mary Ann, 801-922-4520.
87 East 100 South, Pleasant Grove, UT
For Non-Emergencies Dial (801) 785-3506
For Emergencies Dial 911