To File a Police Report:

Call (307) 733-2331 (dial 911 for emergencies). This is the 24 hour Teton County law enforcement number. During business hours, come to the Jackson Police Department, located in Town Hall.  Our business office hours are 8 am - 5 pm, M - F except holidays.  After hours, come to the lobby of the Teton County Jail.

Contact Information:

Phone Numbers       Address       Email
911 (Emergency)
(307) 733-2331 (24 hour services)
(307) 733-1430 (Business Office)
(307) 733-3241 (Fax)
 

Physical: 150 E. Pearl Ave.

Mailing: PO Box 1687
                 Jackson, WY 83001 

 

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Fall 2014 Alcohol Compliance Checks 

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please see the Department Posts below.

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Department Posts

Members of JPD visit Mark Morzov in Denver
Jeff Brown of Jackson Hole Aviation generously offered to fly several JPD Officers to Denver to visit Mark.
PD Selling Raffle Tickets to Help Injured Officer
Members of the Jackson Police Employee's Association are selling raffle tickets to help raise money to help Officer Morzov cover medical bills stemming from a snowbiling accident which occurred last month.
Shop with a Cop
Each year over twenty children from Teton County get the chance to spend a part of the Holiday Season with uniformed officers who take them on a shopping spree at local store.
Crime Victims' Compensation
For victims involved in all types of crime, but most importantly for those involved in violent crimes as mentioned previously, there is a program available called Crime Victims’ Compensation.
Holiday Travel Tips
Millions of Americans will take travel to visit their loved ones over the upcoming holidays. With a little preparation, you can leave the stress at home and arrive safely to your destination to enjoy your holidays with family and friends:
A Few Common Misconceptions
Officer Miller shares some thoughts on some common misconceptions people seem to have regarding why JPD enforces the law.
Officers Help Keep Halloween Safe
School Resource Officer Wharton and Officer Quinn handed out glow sticks and bracelets and encouraged the youth of Jackson to be safe on Halloween.
Why is there an orange note on my car?
Snow-Tow season has arrived in Jackson and the Police Department is leaving notices on cars around town.

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