Torrington Police Department

  • Agency: Torrington Police Department
  • Address: 2042 East A St, Torrington, 82240 WY
  • Chief: Billy Janes (Chief of Police)
Phone: 307-532-7001
Fax: 307-532-7067
Email:

Torrington Police Department is located at 2042 East A St, Torrington, 82240 WY. The Chief of Police of the department is Billy Janes. The Torrington Police Department phone number is 307-532-7001.

Torrington Police Department News

Torrington Police is asking for help from area residents in finding the following individual. Andrew Atkinson eluded officers earlier today after being named as a suspect in a felony domestic violence incident. Mr. Atkinson is also wanted on two other felony warrants. If he is seen, or if you know his location please contact Torrington Police immediately. Mr. Atkinson has a history of domestic violence and assault. He should not be approached or confronted. Mr. Atkinson is 19 years old, 5’10’’ and around 175lbs. When Atkinson was last seen his appearance was as pictured with longer hair. If you have any information please called TPD at 307-532-7001 or 911. Please share with your friends.

Come join us at the 15th Annual Safe Treat/Trunk or Treat night!!! October 31st from 5pm to 6pm on Main Street. Brought to you by the fabulous folks at Economic Development and Goshen County Chamber of Commerce, our wonderful local businesses and your friends at the Torrington Police Department. Anyone wanting to register their vehicle for the Trunk or Treat can get Registration forms at the Chamber of Commerce (2042 Main) or at the Torrington Police Dept. Let's all have a safe and fun Halloween!!!

Dear Friends, our hearts are filled with gratitude and joy after receiving care packages and words of encouragement over the past several weeks. It is no doubt law enforcement has been a hot topic over the last year. While we may not be everyone's cup of tea, we are certainly greatful for those of you who have taken time out of your busy lives to let us know we are still supported and making a difference. As you can see here our refrigerator is covered in cards and our counters and table are full of goodies from the community. TPD has an open door to anyone in the community who would like to come in for a tour or to meet our officers. We are open 24 hours a day, everyday! Our officers would love to chat with you. Likewise, if you ever have any concerns about your neighborhood or community PLEASE come share them with us. The only way we get better is through feedback from our community! It is an honor to serve this city and we hope to continue building a positive relationship with each one of our citizens! Again, thank you all for your support! We look forward to meeting you, serving you, and growing with you.

Hello, friends and neighbors! We would like to remind everyone that school is back in session as of Tuesday, August 23rd. Buses will be running from about 7 to 8:00 am and from 3:20 to about 4:30 on most afternoons. (earlier on Fridays.) Remember, if a school bus is stopped and has its flashing red lights on, you MUST stop and not pass it. There will typically be a Stop sign extended on the driver's side as well. You may not pass the bus for any reason until the lights are off. State law also requires that you yield to Pedestrians and Crossing guards in crosswalks. Flashing lights on a pole at the beginning of a school zone mean slow down to 20 mph or less until you get to the next speed limit sign. And, as always, pay attention to all traffic signs and signals and watch out for kids!! Let's all have a great school year!!!

Hello, friends and neighbors! We would like to remind everyone that school is back in session as of Tuesday, August 23rd. Buses will be running from about 7 to 8:00 am and from 3:20 to about 4:30 on most afternoons. (earlier on Fridays.) Remember, if a school bus is stopped and has its flashing red lights on, you MUST stop and not pass it. There will typically be a Stop sign extended on the driver's side as well. You may not pass the bus for any reason until the lights are off. State law also requires that you yield to Pedestrians and Crossing guards in crosswalks. Flashing lights on a pole at the beginning of a school zone mean slow down to 20 mph or less until you get to the next speed limit sign. And, as always, pay attention to all traffic signs and signals and watch out for kids!! Let's all have a great school year!!!

Community night out is in full swing! Chief Sharp is even taking his turn in the dunk tank. Come join us!!

With everyone busy with the Goshen County Fair this week, don't forget to mark your calendars and come party with us August 2nd in Jirdon Park! Have a fun but safe week! See you all at the Parade on Thursday!

Please help North Platte Police locate this missing girl. She was last seen March 16th. She and her dog are presumed to be together. Any information please contact the numbers on the fliers. Please share this and help get the word out to bring Gracie home!

We have received complaints of an active scam currently circulating in our area. According to reports you will receive a call from a female with a foreign accent stating she works for the Torrington Police Department. She will then tell you an officer is going to come and arrest you if you do not pay her over the phone. They are able to duplicate our phone number so it appears you are getting an actual call from our Dispatch Center. However, This is a scam! TPD will never call you and request payment over the phone. Again, at no time will anyone from our agency call you and request a credit card payment. If in doubt, hang up and call our dispatch center at 307-532-7001! Please help us spread the word!

Come join us on August 2nd at 4 P.M. as we bring the community together for a night of family fun!

Torrington Police Department is hosting it's annual Community Night Out in Jirdon Park. We will have all sorts of activities for children of all ages. Torrington City Council will host it's monthy meeting outside starting at 7 P.M. Please come share in the fun and meet your community business leaders and members of the area's law enforcement. If you would like to sponsor a booth please call Officer Reed, Tammy Cearns or Teri Shinost at 307-532-7001 or email at breed@torringtonpolice.org

After a few inquires about the CodeRED calls that were made this past weekend, a couple of things need to be cleared up. TPD does not own CodeRED. CodeRED is the system we use to keep our citizens informed of important information. For those worried about answering the phone and having it be a scam call there are only 3 phone numbers our system will use. They are as follows; 1-800-566-9780, 1-866-419-5000, and 1-855-969-4636. Also, all weather related calls are done automatically through the National Weather Service. Also, TPD cannot make weather or emergency related reports pop up on your cell phone. Those happen through your cell phone provider. Any questions please call or stop in and ask. Thank you!

We have received numerous phone calls about the CodeRED message we issued earlier. Rest assured there is nothing wrong with Torrington's water. The recent storm has taxed our waste water system and it needs time to recover before accepting anymore. Please refrain from using showers, sinks, and flushing toilets. We estimate by around 11 P.M. the system will have recovered enough to accept more water. You may still use the water to drink! Thank you for your cooperation!

On October 1, 1961 President John F. Kennedy signed a law designating May 15th as Peace Officer Memorial day, "To pay tribute to the law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and to voice our appreciation for all those who currently serve on the front lines of the battle against crime..." Today, just like every year before members of the community along with local law enforcement agencies gathered in front of the Police Department to pay respect to the officers who have gone before us. Police Chief Sharp addressed the group quoting Paul Harvey's "What is a Policeman." Chaplain Bryan then said a prayer asking for continued safety for our officers. The gathering happens by the flag pole, which is also the memorial for Lt. Harley Mark, who gave his life in the line of duty September 7, 1993. If you walk into our department you will see his picture and badge on display over our dispatch center. Ask any of the "old timers" about him and prepare to get an ear full of stories that will make you understand how Lt. Mark was a cop's cop! It becomes quite obvious that it was not how Lt. Mark died, it was how he lived that made him a true hero. We are honored to have hosted Lt. Mark's family today. Visit the PD at any time and it will not take you long to realize Lt. Mark's memory lives on, not only through these memorials but through his daughter Code Enforcement Officer Cearns. While we grieve the loss every fallen officer this week, rest assured we also find renewed motivation and dedication to continue serving this great community with great care. If you see one of your Officers out and about this week take a second to thank them for all of their hard work. From everyone here at the Torrington Police Department, we are proud to serve you and this community!

Please share the word! We would love to hire quality dispatchers to help serve our community!

The Torrington Police Department is now taking applications for the position of Public Safety Dispatcher. If you are looking for a challenging but rewarding career, apply with us today. Applications are available on our website, www.torringtonpolice.org, or in our dispatch center. See our website for details.

TPD is honored to announce that with the help of Torrington community members we have been named the 4th safest city in Wyoming! TPD utilizes information given to us from our community to be proactive before problems arise. We encourage anyone who has a concern in their neighborhood to call us or make contact with one of our Officers so the problem can be corrected. We look forward to continuing the work with our community in order to make Torrington the safest place to live in 2016 and beyond! Check out the link below to see how Torrington compared to other cities in the state. http://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-wyoming-2016/

The Torrington Police Department is now taking applications for the position of Patrol Officer. Come join our team! Applications are available on our website, www.torringtonpolice.org, or in our dispatch center. See our website for details.

TPD Officers responded to a rash of auto burglaries this past weekend. It appears the suspects took advantage of unlocked vehicle doors and open garages. Please be extra vigilant in making sure your items are secure so you don't become a victim! Take important belongings out of your vehicle and lock your doors. If you see someone suspicious in your neighborhood please call us and make a report! 307-532-7001

TPD appreciates the help we receive each time we post these. As a reminder, these are local warrants so please do not contact other agencies about these people. Also, feel free to shoot us a message if you know the where about of any of these individuals. All messages can be kept confidential and you may remain anonymous if you desire. We thank you in advance for the help!

We receive many requests for service via our Facebook page. Most of these go unanswered or are severely delayed in response time. TPD uses this page for social media purposes in an attempt to show our community what our department is up to. While at times we do post information and seek help via this page it is not manned 24/7. Our dispatchers are busy enough without the distractions of social media. If you have found yourself here to submit a complaint or request service. Please visit http://torringtonpolice.org/index.php/submit-a-tip and an officer will be contacting you momentarily! Again, this is an unsupervised page and you need to contact the department directly for service!

Dear friends and neighbors, We are aware that our administrative phone lines are down. We are working to fix the problem as fast as possible. Our 911 system is still fully functional for emergency calls. Please remember that 911 is for emergencies only. We anticipate that our normal phone lines will be up and running very soon. Thank you for your patience.

We have received requests wanting to know who the Officers were that donated their time for the Shop With A Cop event. Here is a group picture of all the Officers. Please take time to thank them if you see them out and about! Back Row from left to right: Sergeant Rostad and Officer Ringrose. Middle Row: Sergeant Scoleri, EWC Resource Officer Reed, Officer Sandlian, and TPD Chief Sharp. Front Row: Campbell County Deputy Cody, Officer Miller, Lingle Chief Moen, School Resource Officer Servantez, and Ft. Laramie Chief Knollman.