This page exists to inform the public of topics, incidents, and statistics about the police department's operations in the City of Page
Calls for Service
This graph represents the total number of calls dispatchers received in the last four years (2018-2021)
This graph represents the total number of arrests made in the last four years (2018-2021)
This graph represents the total number of arrests made of persons operating a motor vehicle under the influence in the last four years (2018-2021)
The purpose of the Page Police Department Administrative Division is to provide leadership and administrative services in support of our operational missions. The Administrative Division provides the overall administrative leadership and supervision necessary to sustain an innovative, forward-thinking police workforce dedicated to excellence and professionalism. We are committed to reducing crime, fear, and disorder in the community using modern tactics, relevant training, and maintaining a robust community policing philosophy. The Administrative Division is comprised of the Chief of Police, a Captain, an Executive Administrative Assistant, two full-time Records Clerks, one part-time Records Clerk, and a Software Support Specialist.
The purpose of the Page Police Department Patrol Division is to provide police first response capability to our community. The Patrol Division provides the day-to-day police service and serves as our agency’s first response to criminal activity in an effort to reduce crime, fear, and disorder in the community. The Patrol Division is comprised of two patrol squads, supervised by three Patrol Sergeants. There are also three Community Service Officers and an Animal Control Officer.
The purpose of the Page Police Department Communications Division is to serve as the direct link between citizens and emergency response services. The Communications Division operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is a 9-1-1, Phase II (capable of receiving the latitude and longitude of a cell phone caller), Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). The Communications Division serves the City of Page and handles dispatching for the Page Police Department, Page Fire Department, and Greenehaven Fire Department. They also serve as the 9-1-1 answering point for the communities surrounding Page in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah, the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, and the adjacent Navajo Nation. The Communications Division is comprised of a Communications Supervisor, a Lead Dispatcher, six full-time Dispatchers, and two part-time Dispatcher
Criminal Investigations Division
The purpose of the Page Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is to serve as the investigative component of the Police Department. The Criminal Investigations Division is tasked with conducting complete, thorough, and comprehensive investigations into all complex crimes, such as sex crimes, homicides, crimes against children and major property crimes, within the City of Page. These investigations include crime scene investigation, evidence collection, victim/witness/suspect interviews, case preparation and presentation to grand juries, attorneys, and courts. The Criminal Investigations Division is comprised of a Detective Sergeant, two Detectives, and an Evidence Technician.