Find Information about Obtaining Alarm Permits and Preventing False Alarms
While the Police Department does not actively solicit complaints against its personnel, it encourages any person who believes he or she has a valid complaint to come forward. We also welcome compliments for excellent public service.
Currently, you may only file a police report online if you are reporting a lost item or if you are reporting a stolen item or bicycle but you have no possible suspect information.
How to file a GRAMMA Request
Off-Duty Employment Policy
The Law Enforcement Officer Involved Critical Incident Investigative Protocol has been established to provide uniform procedures and mutually agreed-upon guidelines
Find out how to Request or File a Police Report. Sandy City Police Non-Emergency Phone Number: (801) 568-7200
To help ensure that residential neighborhood streets are not being congested by those attending events at the Rio Tinto Stadium, eligible residents may obtain a Parking Permit to park personal vehicles on neighborhood streets during event times.
Do you have a tip about a crime? Submit it here. Tip-A-Cop Phone Number: (801) 568-4636
Do you have a concern about traffic in Sandy? Your comments will be forwarded to the Traffic Division and will be reviewed for possible solutions.
Submit a Vacation Watch Request
Find resources and services for victims of a crime. Victim Crisis Line Phone Number: (801) 568-6099
Sandy Police Department Monthly Property Crime and Traffic Report
The Sandy Police Department with support from Sandy City Administration is working to raise public awareness about the dangers of speeding and encourage people to #SlowDownSandy! The #SlowDownSandy campaign is aimed at all those who drive in Sandy City and encourages all drivers in Sandy City to drive at the posted speed limit.