The Tooele City Police Department is comprised of many divisions, each of which fill a different but equally important role in the department.
Animal Control/Ordinance Enforcement
The purpose of the Animal Control/Ordinance Compliance division is to achieve code compliance so that the citizens of Tooele may enjoy a cleaner, safer, and better place to work, live, and recreate.  Our mission is to work with the community to resolve issues that impact the quality of life and the well-being of people living and working in Tooele.  Our goal is to enforce policies and regulations that promote strong, vibrant neighborhoods and communities and to encourage the positive and orderly growth and development of the City.  The Ordinance Compliance Officer is charged with addressing complaints and issues regarding improvement of neighborhoods, integrity of property values, and enforcement of ordinances to avoid unsightly or dangerous situations on private properties.

Please visit our Animal Control/Ordinance Enforcement page for contact information or to submit an Animal/Ordinance Complaint.
Crime Prevention
Crossing Guards
Evidence & Property
If you have had lost or stolen property, have been instructed to pick up released property, or have questions about property being held at the police department, please contact Robin Stewart at the Tooele City Police Department at 435.882.5939.

An appointment is required for all property releases.
There are three types of police records: private, controlled, and protected. Any person can make a public records request, which means a record that is not private, controlled, or protected and is prepared, owned, received, or retained by the governmental entity. 

If you would like to make a request for a public record at the police department, you must fill out the GRAMA Request Form and provide an approved picture ID. These can be submitted in person, by mail, by email, or by fax. For more information, visit our Request For Records (Police) Page.
Victim Advocacy Center

If you are in danger and need immediate help call 911.

The purpose of a court victim advocate is to provide support for victims of crime. 

Velynn Matson
Court Victim Advocate
Spanish and English Speaking

Justina Welch

Community Service Officer & Victim Advocate


  • National DV Hotline:
  • Protective Order
    • Meet with an advocate or fill out the paperwork online.           

  • Victim Notification
  • Free Legal Services - Domestic Violence Crimes or Low Income Families
  • Restitution
    • Must have filed a police report to get with restitution.        

  • Safehouse Pathways Shelter