Livingston Police Department

  • Agency: Livingston Police Department
  • Address: 414 E Callender St # 1, Livingston, 59047 MT
  • Chief: Darren S Raney (Chief of Police)
Phone: 406-222-2050
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Livingston Police Department is located at 414 E Callender St # 1, Livingston, 59047 MT. The Chief of Police of the department is Darren S Raney. The Livingston Police Department phone number is 406-222-2050.

Livingston Police Department News

We have received several calls about a scam in the area where the scammers are very convincing. The scam involves the suspect identifying himself to the target as a local sheriff’s deputy. The suspect then tells the target that he or she has failed to comply with a jury summons and is subject to arrest. The suspect then will give a judges name and provide a warrant number. He then will let the target know the bond amount, in this case $1000. The target was directed to place the money on separate 500 dollar google play cards as there is a kiosk at the courthouse that will except this card. The scam is sophisticated enough that the “deputy” will transfer the call to another person “the judge” and then back again. The "deputy" provides info such as old phone numbers or addresses to make it more credible. Please be aware, no law enforcement agency will ask you to pay any fines over the phone nor will they ever ask you to use any type of gift card. If you receive a call of this type, please do not pay them anything and contact your local law enforcement.

There are some major changes coming...

Here is a letter that was sent to all the parents of students at Park High. It details what actions were taken by everyone pertaining to the rumored threat earlier this week.

We have been hearing many rumors tonight about a threat at the high school. Please be assured we are aware of these rumors. They began Friday and our SRO and the school administration spoke with all the parties involved and determined there is no threat. If you have any further concerns, please contact the LPD.

National Dog Day 2018! A little late to the party, but we couldn't forget about K9 Bobi!

Dunk tank is in place and full of water! Thanks Livingston Fire!!

National Night Out is tomorrow at 4 pm at the band shell. We couldn't have done it without the support of our sponsors who have donated time, supplies, food, and just about anything else you can imagine. Thank you!!!

National Night Out is this Friday! Come on down to the Band shell next to the Civic Center at 4 pm and have some fun! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Picking up big plastic bags and setting them back down. All in a days work for the LPD. Seemed a little strange to me too, I just figured it was a new workout fad. Then I notice that they got some kids from the skate park carrying the heavy stuff. What's next guys? Are you going to give those kids a ticket book and send them out to write tickets for you too? Sheesh! These four well dressed officers were actually picking up 200 fully stocked back packs donated to the LPD's school supply drive by Xanterra Yellowstone National Park Lodges. We will be passing the back packs out at National Night Out on the 17th along with other supplies that have been donated. In addition to Xanterra, the list of donors is long and growing. We are humbled and appreciative of the support we have received from the community for the school supply drive. A big thank you to all the donors!

One of the perks of working mid-nights in the summer. Have a great day Facebook friends!

Who doesn't want ice cream from Mark's?

We wanted to give everyone an update on the owl that died near Sleeping Giant Middle School earlier this summer/ late spring. This was the information from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The Veterinary Pathologist at the USFWS Forensics Laboratory just reported that the necropsy for the Livingston owl has been completed and a cause of death determined. The necropsy findings are consistent with a virus as the cause of death (an owl virus - not dangerous to humans). There was no evidence of trauma. I am sure you all know, but a neropsy is an autopsey on animals. I am glad to hear there was no human involvement with the death of this owl, as was initially reported.

Just in case you missed it, here are the school supply lists for Livingston Schools. Don't forget LPD is collecting school supplies to pass out to kids in need at our National Night Out event on the 17th at the Band Shell.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the family.

Ladies and Gentlemen, It is our pleasure to announce that the Livingston Police Department, Livingston Fire Department along with the Livingston Rec Department will be participating in the 35th annual National Night Out. For those of you who do not know, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances while instilling a sense of community. LPD is also using this event to gather school supplies and backpacks for the upcoming school year. On August 17, 2018 from 4pm to 8pm we will be closing down the band shell area for the festivities. This event will be in conjunction with closing of the City Pool and the start of school. There will be free swimming, skate park, and other activities for the community to enjoy. The associated agencies will be serving hot dogs, hamburgers, and there will be school supplies for the kids. The Livingston Police Department is asking you the community to help with getting the schools supplies. Throughout the next few weeks there will be school supply collection points throughout The City of Livingston. The following locations are where you can drop off supplies. Livingston Fire Department Livingston Dispatch ShopKo Town and Country Foods Albertson’s City Pool Rec. Center Ace Hardware Thank you

Ladies and Gentlemen, It is my pleasure to announce that the Livingston Police Department, Livingston Fire Department along with the Livingston Rec Department will be participating in the 35th annual National Night Out. For those of you that do not know what the National Night Out is, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances while instilling a sense of community. LPD is also using this event to gather school supplies and backpacks for the upcoming school year. On August 17, 2018 from 4pm to 8pm we will be closing down the band shell area for the festivities. This event will be in conjunction with closing of the City Pool and the start of school. There will be free swimming, skate park, and other activities for the community to enjoy. The associated agencies will be serving hot dogs, hamburgers, and there will be school supplies for the kids. The Livingston Police Department is asking you the community to help with getting the schools supplies. Throughout the next few weeks The Livingston Police Department will be at the Farmers Market collecting Schools supplies for this event. The Livingston Police Department will be at the Farmer’s Market on the following dates. July 26, 2018 August 8, 2018 August 15, 2018 Thank you from the Livingston Police Department.

We are looking forward to hosting our first National Night Out. We hope that you will be able to come on down, have some food, meet some new people, and have some fun!

Today at the Farmer's Market is Kid's Day! We will have officers down at the market that are looking forward to giving away some prizes after some friendly competition. Come on down, meet a couple of Livingston's Finest, and have some fun!

"So you're gonna tell me that you don't have no black cats, no Roman Candles, or screaming mimis?" - Joe Dirt No, no we don't. The reason? Fireworks are banned in the city limits. Ordinance 11-2 prohibits the sale and use of fireworks in the city. That's a paraphrase of course, but you are welcome to look up the ordinance yourself. I know, I know, we're no fun. People just want to celebrate the birth of our great nation and the 5-O are just out ruining everyone's good time. Oh, and my personal fave..."There's murderers, drug dealers, and rapists out there and you're harassing good law abiding people over fireworks!" Well, you may be right in that there are more important problems that an officer should be dealing with, and if no one bothers us with unimportant things like setting off fireworks, then we can take care of the more important issues. If you light 'em, we have to show up just like any other report of a possible violation. Complaining to the officer who is simply doing his job won't change it. We don't make the rules, we just try to keep everyone from coloring outside the lines. Keep in mind that not every person enjoys fireworks. Be considerate of your neighbors who may work a night job and are trying to sleep during the day, or the single mother who is trying to get her baby to nap. Don't forget about our furry little friends who can be extremely stressed out by the sounds fireworks make. If you decide to purchase fireworks, please find an appropriate place to set them off responsibly. And now Facebook Warriors - to arms!!! The comments are my favorite part...