80 North Main Street
Kaysville, UT 84037
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM TO 5:00 PM
Kaysville Police Officers are on duty 24 hours a day and can be reached through Davis County Dispatch
The Kaysville Police Department has partnered with RAIDS Online to bring you up to date information regarding crime statistics in Kaysville.
- Click on the State of Utah
- Click on KAYSVILLE and the map of Kaysville City will display
- On the left pane you can click "Event" and toggle specific crimes
- If you click on "Offender" it will show the registered sex offenders in Kaysville
- The "Date Range" option allows you to search a specific time frame
- The "Analytic Layers" shows the Hotspots in the city.
We currently do not have any job openings.
Citizen(s) may request copies of police reports. In order to request a copy, a GRAMA request form must be completed and approved by the police administration. Police reports will only be released upon approval from the police administration. Following approval from the police administration, a copy of a police report may be obtained.
There is a fee of $5.00 for each police report.
Please see the map of restricted parking areas for Davis High School. Any vehicles parked on the road of restricted areas between 7 AM - 3 PM will be issued citations if they don't have the proper parking pass visibly displayed.
All residents and their guests are required to have parking passes displayed for vehicles parked in restricted areas.
If you have any questions, please contact Kaysville City at 801-546-1235.
Prints of the Kaysville Hometown Parade painting are now for sale at City Hall M-F 8:30am-5pm for only $5.00 each. (4.5" x 18")
Internationally known artist, Chad Hawkins, painted a mural of the Kaysville Hometown Parade, now displayed at the Kaysville City Police Station. Kaysville City would like to thank Zions Bank for their amazing contribution, honoring our officers and commemorating the history of our hometown.
The Kaysville Police Department has a program to collect unused and outdated prescription drugs. The department believes that this program will benefit the community in several aspects:
- It will help prevent the misuse, whether intentional or accidental, of unused or outdated medicines. Outdated medicines may pose a health hazard to you, medicines may often look similar and there is the possibility of taking the wrong medication.
- It will also help keep these drugs out of the hands of criminals. When the unused drugs are placed in your trash there is potential for them being retrieved by anyone and then being misused. It is also becoming a problem where individuals are stealing these medications and distributing them among their friends and associates.
- We can help the environment by keeping these drugs out of the water systems by properly disposing of them. Medications and other chemicals improperly disposed of through our sewer systems eventually end up in the water supply, preventing this contamination is better than creating a problem that future generations will have to deal with.
To dispose of your unused or outdated medications please bring them to the Kaysville Police Department, 80 North Main Street. A secure drop box has been placed in the foyer of the Police Department and will be available to the public on Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (excluding holidays). The medications can be placed in the drop box in their containers, loose pills should be placed in plastic bags that will be available at the drop box. Liquid medications should be in sealed containers to prevent leakage. Syringes or other needles should not be placed in the drop box, there is a separate container specifically designed for those items that is located above the drop box. If you need any assistance or have questions please call the Kaysville Police Department at 801 546-1131.
For additional information or for other disposal locations go to: Medical Waste Disposal Website
Send anonymous tips to the Kaysville Police Department by texting KAYSVILLE PD and your tip to 847411.
The Kaysville Police Department is pleased to announce the implementation of the Citizen Observer tip411 Program, which puts a powerful new crime-fighting tool into the hands of our community for all ages and demographics. This program enables citizens, who otherwise might be reluctant to provide information, to communicate directly and anonymously with Kaysville police officers via text message or email. The tip411 Program is an effort to increase the Police Department's ability to solve crimes by receiving crucial information from the community that can help with investigating crime in Kaysville City.
Technology provided by Citizen Observer removes the sender's identifying information before forwarding the tip to the Kaysville Police Department. Officers can follow up with the sender in a response text or email but the sender remains anonymous during the conversation.
There are several ways citizens can utilize the tip411 Program and send anonymous tips to the Kaysville Police Department:
- Citizens can send crime information via text message to the Kaysville Police Department by texting the keyword "KAYSVILLEPD" and their tip to the number 847411.
- Students can send crime information or tips concerning any of the schools in Kaysville to keyword "KPDSRO" and their tip to the number 847411.
- Bair Analytics RAIDS Online public crime map will display calls for service activity within Kaysville City and provide a web link to the tip411 anonymous tip online platform. Users can search for a specific case and leave information by clicking the tip411 tab to leave information anonymously. www.raidsonline.com.
- Smartphone users can download free apps to submit tips directly from their iPhone or Android device. Search "KaysvillePD" on the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and download the app for free. The tip411 App also allows users to send video and photos with the tips that are submitted to the police department.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), are committed to protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed. HSI administers the Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody. However, victims and witnesses are required to register with ICE in order to recieve notification of a criminal alien's release. The following link is a universal resource locator for the HSI Victim Notification Program. Simply click on the hyperlink and you will be transferred to a number of valuable victim services programs provided by ICE.
Rules pertaining to outside employment:
- All members of the department must apply to the administration and receive written permission to accept outside employment. (a) Applications of request shall be obtained from the administration. (b) Applications shall be renewed each year by the original month and date of approval.
- If a business or entity is employing an off-duty police officer for private security, the business or entity must adhere to UCA 58-63-304(2)(c): the business or entity employing the off-duty peace officer to work as a security officer complies with state and federal income reporting and withholding requirements regarding the off-duty officer's wages.
Kaysville City uses an emergency telephone network called Code Red to notify residents of impending emergencies.
You can add your information and be a participant in this system by going to: https://public.coderedweb.com/cne/en-US/BFB7CC4C6C0A
Reverse 911 is a public safety communications system developed to notify residents in emergency situations. The system uses a database of telephone numbers and associated addresses which can be used to deliver recorded emergency notifications to a selected set of telephone service subscribers.
You have the option to receive phone, text or email messages. You can also specify the types of alerts you wish to receive. You can also elect to have your information kept private so that your contact numbers will not be shared.