Centerville Police Department
250 North Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
P: (801) 292-8441
F: (801) 296-2078
In case of fire, medical or police emergencies, call 9-1-1
Wednesday 8 am-Noon
Must provide ID & proof of Centerville residence/employment
To report a crime, please call 801-292-8441 as this contact form is not monitored 24/7
My name is Paul Child, and I am the chief of police. I began my law enforcement career as a Centerville Police reserve officer in 1983. During the spring and summer of 1983, I assisted fulltime officers as major floods caused so much damage and disruption in Centerville. I witnessed how this community came together serving one another to protect property and preserve life. After serving for almost a year as a reserve I was hired fulltime by West Bountiful Police Department. I returned to Centerville Police in 1987 and have had so many opportunities to serve this community while continuing my education and developing professionally. Through the years I have gained a deep love for this community and the amazing people who reside here. In addition to the wonderful people who call Centerville home, I have been honored to work beside so many dedicated professionals from whom I have learned so much and am deeply indebted to. During the major storm in December 2011, I again observed how well this community came together working to clean up the fallen trees and debris with amazing speed. This was truly amazing to be a part of.
Since becoming chief of police in 2015, I have worked to instill the values of guardian, honor, character, and nobility in the officers and staff of this department. As a department it is our intent to provide the highest quality of service possible while performing our mission with compassion and professionalism.
I welcome opportunities to engage with members of the community as we partner together in our quest for making life better!
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Centerville Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our community through preventing, detecting, and controlling crime, preserving the peace, and securing a safe environment to all residents, businesses, and guests of Centerville. We recognize the necessity to treat all persons with dignity and respect and pledge ourselves to integrity, professionalism, and the non-prejudicial delivery of police services throughout the community.
The Centerville Police Department is proud of its heritage and recognizes that its reputation as an outstanding law enforcement agency has been accomplished through the hard work and dedication of its members.
Our Vision Statement
Our vision is to provide police services that exceed expectations as we strive to uphold the core values of honorable conduct, admirable character, and vigilant guardianship of life and property while recognizing the nobility of our purpose.
Legal Notice – Abandoned/Unclaimed Property
Posted on September 25, 2019
The Centerville Police Department has in its physical possession the abandoned/unclaimed property described below. If you have any ownership interest in any of that unclaimed property, you must *file a claim with the Centerville Police Department within 14 days from the date of publication of this notice, or you will lose your interest in that property.
|2019-001192||Samsung||Smart Phone||Black||Damaged Smart Phone|
|2019-000435||Samsung||Cell Phone||Black/Red||Slide-cell phone|
|2019-000435||Samsung||Smart Phone||White||Galaxy Note5|
|2019-000435||-||-||Pink||Bag with small jewelry|
|2019-000435||-||-||Silver||Seashell charm necklace|
|2019-000435||-||-||Silver||Ring with stones|
|2019-000435||-||-||Red||Red plastic flower ring|
|2019-000435||-||-||Black||Black plastic framed glasses|
|2019-000435||Square||-||White||White "Square" card reader|
|2019-000435||-||-||Multi-color||Christmas Tree Broach|
|2018-001464||Forza||-||Black||Backpack containing electronics|
|2018-001666||-||-||Black||Small black purse w/ kid toys inside|
|2018-001421||Strider||Classic||Blue/Black||Children's balance bike|
|2018-001516||-||-||Gold||Gold colored ring|
|2019-001094||-||-||Black||Coin purse containing change|
Date of intended disposition: October 10, 2019
Please contact Sergeant Jake Alexander at 801-677-6428 with any questions.
*A person may file a claim that presents proof positive to the Centerville Police Department that the person is the lawful owner or security interest holder of any property described in this notice.
- Permit Application for Parades/Race/Procession
- Police Records Request Form (Online)
- Property Watch/Vacation Watch Request (Online)
- Utah Child Protection Registry: This is a free State-run program that helps stop adult-oriented solicitations like pornography, alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, and gambling from being targeted at you and your family. The program allows you to protect: E-Mail Addresses, Mobile Phone Numbers, and Instant Messenger IDs.
- Citizen complaint form
- Financial Crime Witness Statement Form
- Identity Theft Reporting