Found in the 1700 block of 31st Street. Please call (307)527-8700 if anyone knows where he belongs!
Cody Police Department is located at 1402 River View Dr, Cody, 82414 WY. The Chief of Police of the department is Perry Rockvam. The Cody Police Department phone number is 307-527-8700.
Found in the 1700 block of 31st Street. Please call (307)527-8700 if anyone knows where he belongs!
The Cody Police Department would like to congratulate Ofc. Steve Bassett on completing the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy. Officer Bassett was also nominated for the Honor Graduate Award for his class.
**UPDATE** The Cody Police Department would like to thank the public for their assistance; the stolen vehicle mentioned below has been located. The police are still seeking any information that might be available regarding this incident. The Cody Police Department would like your assistance in locating a stolen vehicle. The vehicle is a dark blue 2004 Dodge Durango and bears Wyoming license plate number 11P18738. This Durango is described as having dark tinted windows and a black after-market front bumper. There are two stickers on the back window of the vehicle; one reads RIP Travis Caulkins and the other is a Cody Broncs sticker. This Durango was parked in the 300 block of Pintail Street on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at approximately 11:00 PM and was left unlocked with the keys in the ignition. A neighbor saw an unknown male subject walking around in the area at approximately 5:10 AM on Monday, March 12, 2018. This neighbor further observed the Durango parked on the street with its dome light illuminated. If you have any information or see this vehicle, please contact the Cody Police Department at (307) 527-8700 or submit an anonymous tip on our Crime Tips webpage: cityofcody-wy.gov/FormCenter/Police-3/Contact-US-Dropdown-42.
As part of a comprehensive Active Shooter Prevention and Response training program, Cody Police Officers conducted training drills and exercises in local school and church facilities during the January and February in-service trainings. Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly, this portion of the training included first responders immediate action to contain, apprehend, or neutralize an active threat and mitigate harm to victims. The training incorporates awareness of the A.L.I.C.E. Training currently being conducted by Park County School District No. 6, West Park Hospital, and other facilities to complement the actions of law enforcement and other first responders.
*** UPDATE *** UPDATE *** UPDATE *** UPDATE **** Thanks to help from the local community, we were able to identify the driver of the vehicle involved in the pedestrian hit and run at Walmart. We appreciate the community's involvement in helping solve this case!
On January 17, 2018, the Cody Police Department received a report of two suspects shoplifting at Walmart. The Cody Police Department investigated the complaint. Through this investigation, the Patrol and Detective Divisions found the suspects had stolen merchandise valued at over $1,925. One of the suspects previously shoplifted over $394 from Walmart on December 27, 2017. From security surveillance footage of the suspects, along with assistance from the Powell Police Department, one of the suspects was identified as Trevor Brinkerhoff (first photo). Brinkerhoff was taken into custody and booked at the Park County Detention Center on charges of Felony Shoplifting and Interference. The other suspect is still at-large. The Cody Police Department would like your assistance in identifying the other suspect in these photos. If you recognize this person, please contact the Cody Police Department at (307) 527-8700 or submit an anonymous tip on our Crime Tips webpage: cityofcody-wy.gov/FormCenter/Police-3/Contact-Us-Dropdown-42.
The Cody Police Department would like to introduce our newest police officer, Tyler Eubanks. Officer Eubanks stated his oath in front of the Cody City Council on Tuesday evening. We are glad to have him on board! Officer Eubanks is currently going through the Cody Police Department's in-house orientation program and will be attending the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy starting April 9, 2018.
The Cody Police Department would like to introduce our two newest additions to our fleet!
Thank you those of you who joined us at the Park County Library's Biblio Bistro for another great Coffee With a Cop!
*** UPDATE *** UPDATE *** UPDATE *** UPDATE **** Taylor Quick has been located and returned to her family. We would like to thank the community's assistance in locating her.
The Cody Police Department would like to thank Yellowstone Quake Hockey for showing their support for law enforcement and our local first responders tonight at the Reilly Arena. The officers had a great time playing the Cody Volunteer Fire Department during intermission, even though we lost.
The Cody Police Department would like your assistance in identifying the person in these photos. On Friday, January 5, 2018, a Cody Police Officer witnessed a silver passenger car with no taillights leaving the Cody Walmart parking lot at approximately 11:45 PM. The officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 500 Block of West Yellowstone Avenue, and the vehicle refused to stop. The vehicle then accelerated as it traveled west on the North Fork Highway. The officer terminated the pursuit near the Wapiti Post Office after the speeds of the pursuit reached unsafe levels for the road conditions. During the subsequent investigation, officers determined that the female allegedly shoplifted an item from Walmart before getting in the silver car and leaving the parking lot. If your recognize this person, or the vehicle, please contact the Cody Police Department at (307) 527-8700 or submit an anonymous tip on our Crime Tips webpage: cityofcody-wy.gov/FormCenter/Police-3/Contact-Us-Dropdown-42.
An awesome article and video about this year's Shop With a Cop program in Cody!
On Monday, December 11, 2017, the Cody Police Department participated in the Shop With a Cop event at the Cody Walmart. Officers from the Cody Police Department picked up their assigned child from his/her school or home and took them to Walmart, where they were met by members of the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Park County Sheriff’s Department, Powell Police Department, Bighorn County Sheriff’s Department, Lovell Police Department, and other boys and girls from Park and Big Horn Counties. A grant from Walmart provided each child with a little over $100 to purchase gifts for whomever they wanted to. Most of the kids purchased gifts for their families and friends before shopping for themselves. Walmart assigned a Sales Associate to each officer-child pair to assist them with price checking and locating items in the store. In addition to the grant money, Walmart let the children select a box of their favorite breakfast cereal as well as provided them with a new backpack and a goodie bag. When the children were done shopping we all returned to the Park County Law Enforcement Center, where they wrapped the gifts that they purchased. Darrin Whalen and Papa Murphy’s donated pizzas for the children and officers to eat while they wrapped their gifts. Some of the officers' families and administration came in to assist with the gift wrapping. The Cody Police Department would like to thank the Cody Walmart and Papa Murphy’s for graciously supporting this event. We would also like to thank Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Rodney Miears for including our department in this event the last couple of years, as well as the hard work Trooper Miears did in organizing this year’s great event. This year we were able to take 20 children shopping during the event.
These keys were found at 29th and Sheridan Avenue on Thursday, December 7 at around 1:00 PM. If they being to you, please contact CSO Morris at 527-8700.
With deer hunting season upon us, the City of Cody and the Cody Police Department would like to remind hunters that archery hunting within City of Cody limits is only permitted on private property and with the owner's permission. The City of Cody does not allow hunting on City-owned properties in Cody.
Do you have any expired or unwanted prescription medications you need to dispose of? Bring them to the Park County Law Enforcement Center (1402 River View Drive) in Cody on Saturday, October 28 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, and we will accept them and safely dispose of them.
Yesterday, a Field Supervisor with the U.S. Census Bureau informed the Cody Police Department that Bureau representatives would be in the Cody area performing door-to-door follow-ups on a previously mailed U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey. All U.S. Census Bureau representatives are required to display their official government identification cards.
Due to the recent high winds, Cody Police Sgt. Trapp Heydenberk responded to a local residence where a fallen branch was blocking the front door. Officers were able to safely remove the limb with the use of a chainsaw. Please be careful in the wind, and report any fallen limbs that might be a safety issue!
The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has released a statement to warn users to remain vigilant for malicious cyber activity seeking to capitalize on interest in Hurricane Harvey. Users are advised to exercise caution in handling any email with subject line, attachments, or hyperlinks related to Hurricane Harvey, even it appears to to originate from a trusted source. For more information, please visit the link below.
The Cody Police Department is seeking help in locating a stolen vehicle. Sometime between 10:00 PM on Sunday 8/6/2017 and 8:30 AM on Monday 8/7/2017, unknown person(s) stole a 1987 blue Ford Ranger pickup truck (license plate 11T1660) from the residential area near Dacken Park. At the time of the theft, the vehicle was unattended with the keys in the ignition. Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Cody Police Department at (307) 527-8700 or submit an anonymous crime tip using the following link: http://www.cityofcody-wy.gov/FormCenter/Police-3/Contact-Us-Dropdown-42 (The photo shown is not the actual vehicle, but matches the stolen vehicle's model, year, body style, and paint scheme.)