Police Adminstration Services Division
The Administrative Services Division’s (ASD) contribution to the community begins by accurately collecting and disseminating information for the purpose of public safety and records managements.
The Administrative Services Division provides support for the Investigation and Patrol Divisions in the Logan City Police Department. ASD has four full-time officers assigned to the division; the Assistant Chief heads the division, one Lieutenant, a Court Bailiff and two Evidence Technicians, as well as four full time data entry clerks. ASD manages the release of police department records, storage and security of all evidence, court security for Logan Municipal Court (LMC), warrant and subpoena service on all outstanding warrants from LMC, and fleet management for the police department.
ASD is the first point of contact for citizens to obtain information pertaining to an incident in which they have been involved in. Records requests and a variety of other first-class city services are available at the police department by contacting 716-9300 for non-emergency questions.
Police Department Vacancies are filled through the Logan City Human Resources Department.
Welcome to the Logan City Police Department's web site. Logan is a great community situated in Northern Utah in the center of the Cache Valley and the Northern Utah Wasatch Mountains. Logan City has an elevation of approximately 4775 feet, a population of roughly 50,000 people and a service population of nearly 90,000 people. Logan is the Cache County seat, and home to Utah State University.
Logan City Police Department takes pride as a forward thinking and technologically advanced law enforcement agency. LCPD employs 62 full-time sworn officers, 10 part-time sworn officers, 9 support staff, 3 animal service officers and has one of the most technologically advanced 911 communication centers in the Western United States. Our dispatch center provides 911 and dispatch services for all Cache Valley law enforcement agencies, fire and emergency medical services. Logan City is proud to be ranked in the top ten safest cities to live and conduct business in the United States for the past five years, as reported by the Deseret News (September 27, 2010).
As the Logan City Chief of Police, my personal philosophy is the most successful public safety agencies are those that promote individual and collective integrity, accountability and where individual officers and staff feel empowered to work together to best meet the needs of the community and department. The Chief of Police fosters this process by building interdepartmental and community trust and involvement. Logan City Police Department will be creative as we seek to partner with the citizens we serve in collective problem solving, identifying crime and public safety issues and trends, departmental needs, and to facilitate workable and lasting solutions for the community and Logan City Police Department employees.
Logan City Police Department will continue to focus on crime prevention first, as safety and security is our goal. Logan City Police Department looks for every opportunity to unite in service and for the opportunity to contribute, in a meaningful way, in the pursuit of law enforcement excellence.
Chief of Police Gary R. Jensen (bio)