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Updated on 06/23/2016 1:18 PM

515 E 2600 N, North Ogden, UT 84414 | Business Phone – 801-782-7219 | Fax – 801-782-6958

Business hours | Monday – Friday | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Closed holidays

If you are in need of police assistance, please call Weber Consolidated Emergency Dispatch – 911 – or Weber Consolidated Non-Emergency Dispatch – 801-629-8221


Mission Statement

The principal mission of the North Ogden Police Department is to preserve the rights of our residents and to protect the citizens through the prevention and detection of crime.

Through dedication and commitment to professional excellence, we will provide service with understanding, response with compassion, performance with integrity, law enforcement with vision, and at all times conduct ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.


2016 Utah Safe Cities


North Ogden has been named the 9th safest city in Utah by Background  Thank you to the residents for once again maintaining our high rankings of safe places in Utah.

2016 Background Safe Cities in Utah


2015 Utah Safe Cities


North Ogden has been named the 8th safest city in Utah by  Thank you to the residents for keeping North Ogden a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and play.  

Safest Cities in Utah 2015


October 2016 Police Newsletter 

We’d like to welcome our newest, and furriest, officer to the North Ogden Police Department, Officer Ciro.  Ciro and his handler, Officer Bersamin have recently completed P.O.S.T. K-9 training, where they were taught a variety of drug detection and criminal apprehension skills.  We are confident that they will be a valuable team for our department and a great asset to our community.  As drug crimes have gone up in our city and elsewhere, there has been an increased frequently in the need for a K-9 response, and we have had to rely on other agencies for assistance when a K-9 team was needed.  This was dependent on the scheduling of these teams by their parent agencies, and often resulted in a K-9 not being available, or in a delayed response while the K-9 team finished their duties in their own communities and responded to North Ogden.  Having a K-9 team has been on the North Ogden Police Department’s list of long term goals for quite some time, and this year the opportunity arose to make it happen.  We look forward to Officer Ciro providing many years of valuable service to help keep North Ogden a safe community.


July 2016 North Ogden Animal Control Newsletter

Coming across a rattlesnake can be a frightening experience.  Please be mindful that we live in rattlesnake territory.  These snakes are beneficial in controlling our rodent population, and if given the chance, will try to avoid any contact with us.  If you find a rattlesnake on your property, do not attempt to scare it away of remove it yourself.   Contact Weber/Morgan Emergency Dispatch at 801-629-8221.  They will dispatch an officer and notify Division of Wildlife Resources.

Below are a few tips if you encounter a rattlesnake:

  • Always be on alert in snake territory, keep children nearby, and keep pets restrained.Do not wear headphones, as these may prevent you from hearing a rattlesnake’s warning rattle.
  • If you are uncertain of the type of snake you have encountered, error on the side of caution.
  • Back away slowly and give the snake space.
  • Do not throw things at, attempt to pick up, or agitate the snake.
  • Alert others of the snake’s location, and keep children and pets away.
  • If you are bit, remain calm, and call 911.  Do not attempt to suck out the poison.

Keeping snakes out of your yard:

  • Reduce the number of places where a snake can shelter.  Brush, rock, wood and junk piles make excellent snake habitats.
  • Control rodent populations.  Bird feeders and water attract rodents, which in turn attract snakes.
  • Avoid scaring away harmless snakes such as blow snakes and gopher snakes.  Having these non-poisonous snakes around may deter rattlesnakes.

For more information on rattlesnakes, contact Utah Division of Wildlife Resources at 801-476-2740.


July 2016 Community Emergency Response Team Newsletter

We will not have CERT meetings in July or August.  We have, however, been asked to assist with Cherry Days on July 4th and at the Weber County Fair, August 10th-13th.

  • We can use all the help we can get for the Cherry Days parade on July 4th.Please contact Shelly Robison, 801-782-8111 to volunteer.
  • North Ogden has been asked to help staff the CERT booth at the Weber County Fair, August 10th-13th, 2016.Please contact Paul Rhoades, 801-782-7219 or Lance Peterson, 801-778-6682 for information.

We have scheduled a basic first aid class for Thursday, September 8th, 2016.  The class is tentatively scheduled for 6:30 PM at the North Ogden Police Department.  This is not a certification class, but is designed to provide valuable information and training for treating basic injuries, such as cuts, sprains and breaks.  More information will be provided in next month’s newsletter, and will also be made available on the North Ogden City webpage,