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- Holladay Precinct 385-468-9920
4570 South 2300 East Holladay, Utah
About the Precinct
The City of Holladay is a partner to the Unified Police Department (UPD) which provides all of its police services. We take great pride in serving the residents of Holladay. The Sheriff’s Office, and now the UPD, has provided law enforcement services to this community for more than 160 years, both as an unincorporated area and as an incorporated city since 1999. Holladay City officials and members of the Holladay Precinct enjoy an excellent working relationship.
The Holladay Precinct is located at Holladay City Hall. Precinct Chief Justin Hoyal oversees the day-to-day law enforcement operations of the city. There are 34 officers and two civilian staff members who directly serve the residents of Holladay.
The officers assigned to the Holladay Precinct are a highly trained and diverse group of dedicated professionals who have a wealth of experience and expertise. They are committed to solving crimes, improving traffic and pedestrian safety, and operating an engaged community-oriented policing (COP) program.
Our goal is to continue to make the City of Holladay a great and safe place to live, work and recreate. That’s why we focus on investigating crimes that involve drugs and alcohol, vandalism, graffiti, and burglaries. Our officers work pro-actively with residents, business owners, and schools to help reduce the number of crimes in our area, and in turn along the Wasatch Front. We want our residents to feel safe and know that when a crime occurs, we have the resources and experience to resolve the issue. UPD Holladay Precinct and the City of Holladay are partnering to provide the best, most efficient, and cost-effective police services to our citizens. If you would like to know more about these programs, or if you have questions regarding our police services, please contact any of our committed officers or staff.
Supervisors and officers assigned to the Holladay Precinct provide around-the-clock law enforcement services to the community. Uniformed patrol officers are the foundation of our public safety services. These are the officers who will be the first ones to you when you call for help. We have five different patrol shifts to ensure officers are available to our community any time of the day.
We have officers assigned to our traffic unit who provide traffic enforcement and are dedicated to keeping pedestrians and the motoring public safe. Community members can report common traffic complaints like speeding, red light violations, stop sign violations and abandoned vehicles online. Our traffic officers consistently follow-up on these reports and will contact you if you like. You can report these concerns HERE or you can call our dispatch at 801-840-4000.
Unified Police Shared Services
Our depth is even greater with the support of the department’s specialized teams and units. These groups are shared amongst all the partners at the UPD. These groups include S.W.A.T.; K-9; Investigations Units; Crime Analysis; Collision, Analysis and Reconstruction; and Search and Rescue.
Detective Unit and Community Oriented Policing (COP)
In order to augment and support our patrol function, we have several specialized units. Our detective unit conducts follow-up investigations on crimes such as burglary, theft, fraud, vandalism, domestic violence and drug offenses. Our community-oriented policing (COP) officers assist our detectives with investigations and act as liaisons with the community by managing neighborhood watch programs, spearheading community outreach initiatives, and directing crime prevention programs. With our COP efforts we also participate in the Metro Mental Health Unit. In this unit a detective works with a mental health case worker to support members of the community who have been or are in a mental health crisis. Our goal is to help support long term outcomes for these individuals while reducing the need for police calls for service.
School Resource Officers
The Holladay Precinct has officers assigned to Olympus Junior High, Bonneville Junior High, and Olympus High School. In addition, we keep in close contact with the elementary and other schools throughout Holladay City. Working closely together with our school leaders, the students and community we provide for a safe environment conducive to learning.