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Welcome to the Missoula Police Department website, your access portal to information and assistance from some of the finest men and women in the Missoula community. Whether you're browsing here for news on the latest in crime occurrences, or seeking employment advice from around the globe, we are here to serve you.

Visit our site regularly and watch as we continue to bring greater transparency to the professional police force Missoula has. We invite you to check out volunteer and employment opportunities, research crime statistics, view crime maps, read Department policies, and follow the activities of all the Police employees who aspire to our commitment of serving the community with honor, valor, and pride. Most importantly, make sure we receive feedback and let us know how to better interact and improve public safety for our magnificent community.

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  1. Missoula Police Participate in Labor Day Crackdown on Drunk Driving

    Missoula police officers are partners in a 20-day national effort to crack down on drunk driving. They'll work extra patrols in the Missoula area. Drunk driving causes almost one-third of all traffic fatalities. Read on...
  2. State Insurance Commissioner Warns of Post-Storm Contractor Fraud

    Most repair contractors are legitimate businesspeople, but every big storm brings out a few fraudulent companies who do shoddy work or commit insurance fraud. Monica Lindeen offers tips for homeowners to keep themselves safe. Learn more...
  3. Missoula Police Department Announces Next Applicant Testing Date

    Missoula Police will conduct new police officer applicant testing on September 19th, 2015 at Sentinel High School. Check in will begin at 7:15am and testing will start at 8:00am sharp. Read on...
  4. Missoula Police Emphasize Pedestrian Crossing Laws

    Officers will provide extra enforcement and public education for pedestrians and drivers from July into the fall to increase safety, especially in the downtown business area and other high-foot-traffic areas. Learn more...
  5. City Imposes Stage 1 Fire Restrictions

    Fire danger is extreme, and the use of fire and open flame, including campfires, smoking and fireworks is prohibited on all City open space and conservation lands as of July 3. Please help keep Missoula safe. Read on...
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