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 Patrol Division is responsible for responding to calls for service. Officers in the Patrol Division investigate family fights, traffic accidents, fraud, and burglary to just name a few. They are the most visible part of the Kaysville Police Department. These men and women work year round to make sure the citizens of Kaysville City are safe. The current Patrol Division consists of 14 officers. This includes three patrol Sergeants and one patrol Lieutenant.
The Investigations Division is responsible for following up on cases that they are assigned. Cases come from the Patrol Division or outside sources. Detectives investigate child abuse, sex abuse, burglary, robbery, and homicide cases, to name a few. The Investigations Division has a Lieutenant that acts as the division commander and a Sergeant that runs the day-to-day operations of the division.
The Records Division is the most vital part of the Kaysville Police Department. These employees work tirelessly to make sure that reports written by officers are free from spelling and grammatical errors. They prepare reports for release to the Davis County Attorney's Office, the Kaysville City Attorney, insurance companies, and the public.
Problem-Oriented Policing Unit
The Problem-Oriented Policing (P.O.P.) Unit was formed in January of 2013 by Chief Sol Oberg. The P.O.P. Unit it is responsible for investigating street-level narcotics cases, implementing and maintaining Crime Free Housing Initiatives, fugitive apprehension, gang suppression, intelligence gathering and apprehension, resolving repetitive calls for service issues, participating in special functions, and assisting patrol and detectives as needed.