Juneau Police Department

  • Agency: Juneau Police Department
  • Address: 6255 Alaway Ave, Juneau, 99801 AK
  • Chief: Greg Browning (Chief of Police)
Phone: 907-586-0600
Fax: (907) 463-4808

Juneau Police Department is located at 6255 Alaway Ave, Juneau, 99801 AK. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Browning. The Juneau Police Department phone number is 907-586-0600.

Juneau Police Department News

JPD received multiple reports of vehicles being vandalized from the ferry terminal to Cohen Drive. A 2008 Ford escape was also reported stolen.

Fred Meyer helps identify forgery suspect and JPD makes the arrest.

The Alaska Peace Officers Association is gearing up for this year’s Shop with a Cop event. Follow this page to get updates as they are available: https://www.facebook.com/ccapoaswac/

The Juneau Police Department will be conducting testing for entry level police officers this week. Are you interested in joining our team? If so, applications and registration must be completed by 4:30pm on Tuesday to be eligible to test in the morning on Wednesday November 7th. See the JPD Facebook event or go to JoinJPD.com for more details.

JPD police officer testing will be conducted this week!

Viewing Wednesday 11/07/18 11am-1pm Auction Saturday 11/10/18

JPD would like your help keeping our Juneau families, friends and neighbors safe tonight. On Halloween we need to be especially careful and alert while driving due to all of the little superheroes, princesses, dinosaurs and other characters that will be walking door to door. JPD will have extra officers out and about keeping an eye on pedestrian traffic and conducting DUI enforcement. We recommend that Trick or Treaters wear bright clothing, walk in groups, carry a light and have adult supervision. If trick or treating, children should not enter a stranger’s house or accept rides from people without a parents’ permission. Remind children not to eat treats unless they are unopened and have been inspected by an adult. We hope you have a safe and happy Halloween!

Press Release: Burglary Report and multiple warrant arrests.

Tomorrow at JPD, 10 AM-2 PM. Come to JPD and drop off any unused prescription medications.

Press Release: Motor Vehicle Crash with resulted in the at fault driver being arrested for DWI and felony assault.

Press Release: Arrest for Vehicle Theft

Press Release: Assault on a Police Officer

The North Douglas Highway near the 4000 block was closed to through traffic for about 40 minutes today due to a residential structure fire. One lane of traffic is now open and a JPD Community Service Officer and CCF/R Firefighter are directing traffic to allow vehicles through.

http://law.alaska.gov/press/consumer_alerts/2018/1018-TaxScam.html

Update: Jordan Oldham Arrested on Warrants. http://www.juneaupolice.com/PSA-template.php?UID=2024

Today, one of our Community Service Officers found a bike in the downtown area and we would like to get it back to the owner. The bike appears to be in great shape and is sized to fit a child who would be about elementary school or middle school age. The name "Lisa P" is written on the bike seat in black sharpie. If this bike belongs to you or to someone you know, please contact CSO Dolan at phone # 500-0874. Thank you for your assistance.

***** Press Release Update – Calvin Boord Arrested on Warrants *****

***** Press Release - Outstanding Warrants – Calvin Boord *****

On October 5th, Juneau Police Chief Ed Mercer swore in two new police officers, Rosaline (Rosie) Ostman and Dakota Davies. Rosie Ostman is originally from Texas. She and her family have lived in North Carolina, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, as well as, previously lived in Juneau in 2004-2009. In 2014, Rosie entered North Carolina’s Basic Law Enforcement Training. Rosie has spent the last 3 ½ years with Burlington P.D. on patrol. Rosie says that Juneau, Alaska, is her favorite place to live. Dakota Davies was born in Vancouver, Washington. He grew up in Oregon, and has also lived in Idaho and Montana. For the past six years, Dakota has served in the Montana National Guard and is currently in the process of switching to the Army Reserves. In 2016, Dakota was hired as a Rehabilitation Technician with the Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections. Dakota arrived to Juneau last week and is looking forward to serving the community of Juneau as a law enforcement officer.

Mark your calendars! The JPD 2018 Fall Unclaimed Vehicle Auction will be held on Saturday November 10th. Details including a vehicle list will be posted later.