Stevensville Police Department

  • Agency: Stevensville Police Department
  • Address: 206 Buck Street, Stevensville, 59870 MT
  • Chief: James Marble (Chief of Police)
Phone: 4067773011

Stevensville Police Department is located at 206 Buck Street, Stevensville, 59870 MT. The Chief of Police of the department is James Marble. The Stevensville Police Department phone number is 4067773011.

Stevensville Police Department News

Stevensville Police Department welcomes you to the June Coffee with a Cop. This month we will have Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Jeremiah Snider to talk about the Montana HOPE Project. Coffee with a Cop will take place on June 28th, 2018 from 10:00am-11:30am at the Stevensville Town Hall, 206 Buck St. No agenda, no speeches just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know your local law enforcement who protect and serve you every day. Hope to see you there and as always coffee and donuts!!

Happy Wednesday! Just a reminder that tomorrow 5/31/18 from 10-11:30 is Coffee with a Cop at the Stevensville Town Hall, 206 Buck St. Come on by and meet our Police Chaplin, Everett Headley have a cup of coffee ☕ and a donut🍩 hope to see you there. Thanks from the Stevensville Police Department!

Attention Stevensville Police Department Followers: Stevensville Police Department is informing you that there is a Dish Network Scam going around. Foreign speaking persons are calling saying they are a Dish Network employee and saying that persons either owe money or need to pay for upgrades to the dish. THIS IS A SCAM! Thank you, Stevensville Police Department

There has been information on Facebook concerning School Resource Officer Sam Fawcett and his absence from the school. I would like like to address this issue and dispel any rumors. Officer Fawcett is presently on administrative leave stemming from a complaint of a criminal offense that Officer Fawcett was alleged to have committed. The incident is being investigated by the Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office. To date, we have no reason to believe that Officer Fawcett committed any offense while acting within his official capacity as a patrol officer or as a school resource officer. I assure you all that this situation is being handled swiftly and professionally by the Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office and the Town of Stevensville. More information will be available once the Sheriff’s Office has completed their investigation. Chief James Marble

A citizen has reported finding a lost dog in Town. If you have recently lost a dog, please call us at the Police Department. 4067773011

Please help in identifying the man in the photo. He is a suspect in a fraud case that took place at the Burnt Fork Market. The vehicle pictured is associated with the suspect. If you have any information please call Chief James Marble at 406-777-3011 or send an anonymous tip by going to Thank you.

Unfortunately someone has taken it upon themselves to deposit their trash at the intersection of Pine and East 2nd Streets. If you have any information that may help us find who did this, please contact us at (406) 777-3011 or on our website at

Have a spooktacular Halloween!

Citizens and business owners, We are having a problem again with commercial burglaries. Please ensure that you have upgraded and secure locks on your doors and windows. Do not leave cash or valuables at your business at night unless you have a mounted or very heavy safe. We currently have one lead that we are following up on.

A man posing at a Stevensville Police Officer, calling himself Officer Wallace, is calling Stevensville citizens and threatening incarceration if his financial demands are not met. This man has a heavy Asian accent. The man is "spoofing" the Police Department number to make citizens think that it is a legitimate phone call from the police department. This is a scam that appears to have been perpetrated from overseas. We do not have an Officer Wallace and we do not call people ordering them to pay money. If someone calls you and says that they are local law enforcement, please call us to verify their identity. Thank you.

9/11 Memorial at Veterans Park today at 11:00 AM.

SPD would like to take a moment to thank the agencies that assisted in yesterdays incident, and our community for their understanding and cooperation.

UPDATE: Evacuations have been lifted relating to the dynamite incident. Thank you for your cooperation.

UPDATE: A single resource explosives professional is on the scene. We are waiting for an explosives team to arrive in order to safely dispose of the material.

Officials are on the scene of a residence on E 3rd Street & College Street where an amount of what is believed to be old dynamite has been discovered. Police and Fire Departments are taking precautions by closing neighborhood streets and evacuating nearby residences. Explosives professionals are expected to be on scene shortly.

Citizens of Stevensville. It's been brought to my attention that there are concerns about consolidating with the Sheriff's Office, specifically concerning the fate of the SRO program. I would like everyone to know that the only item on our next council agenda concerning consolidation is whether or not the Mayor should research consolidation as an option. The SRO program will not be discussed at the meeting. If any of you have questions or concerns please feel free to call me during regular business hours at the Police Department at (406) 777-3011. Thank you. Chief James Marble *UPDATE* The Town Council decided to not pursue the matter. Thank you all for sharing your concerns.

SPD is deeply saddened by the news out of Three Forks this morning. Our thoughts go out to our fellow law enforcement officers and their families. God Bless and stay safe.

Police Department is looking for help in identifying this subject in a shoplifting incident at Cenex in Stevensville. If you have any information that would help law enforcement to identify this subject please contact Chief James Marble at (406) 777-3011 or online at ***UPDATE*** Thank you to everyone that helped by providing information. The subject has turned himself in.

Ravalli County Dispatch now has 911 text access. This should only be used as an option when it is not possible to call 911. To use, simply text your emergency message to 911. This option may not be available in all areas.

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