Herriman City currently has fifteen officers who are selected by the Herriman Precinct administration and city officials. The officers selected have specifically requested to work in Herriman and strive to provide a personal level of service and professionalism to the residents they serve.

The Herriman officers strive to provide citizens with services tailored to their individual needs. In addition to patrol officers, other officers are assigned to a variety of positions with in the precinct; The COP (Community Oriented Police) Officer oversees community relations and events, he strives to find long term solutions to problems identified with in the city. He is involved in several programs including Neighborhood Watch, Safe Passage, community events, and bicycle rodeos to name a few. Property Crimes Detectives oversee all investigations related to burglary, larceny, fraud, and drug offenses. School Resource Officers are also assigned to the Herriman schools where they work to keep our children safe while investigating crimes that occur at school, teach law enforcement courses, and work with troubled youth.

Major crime investigations related to persons are handled through pooled services investigations. These detectives have specialized training in specific areas of expertise which enables them to provide the best possible service to the victims of these crimes. Pooled Services Detectives work out of the Unified Police Department’s main building at 3365 South 900 West.

Special Events

Herriman requires citizens to submit a Special Event Permit for Block Parties, Parades of Less Than One Mile, Political Functions and School Events in the Immediate Area. Download the Permit below.

Herriman Special Event Permit - Via herriman.org


Herriman City Website

Herriman Precinct

Chief of Police Services
Troy Carr

Contacts

About Herriman Precinct

The Herriman Precinct oversees patrol operations in Herriman City and the unincorporated areas of Copperton and southwest Salt Lake County. This area is one of the fastest growing areas in Salt Lake County with a current population of approximately 30,000 residents.