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Posted on: June 26, 2020

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June 24-25, 2020

The police sergeant is a key member of any police department.  While the chief and lieutenant lead and determine policy for the department, it is the sergeant who runs the day to day operations at the patrol level.  The sergeant has the most daily contact with the officers on her/his team and has the greatest effect on work quality, attitudes and the general culture of the department.  We have an outstanding team of sergeants at the Jackson Police Department and you won’t find a better group of men and women doing their best to make sure we’re doing it right.  As an example, the shift sergeant was review policy with his team this morning.  Part of that the discussion was a frequently quoted phrase within our department that says, "Just because you can do something, it doesn’t mean you should."  This is how we train our officers and is part of our culture to go along with Chief Smith’s direction to, "Do the right thing…no matter what the situation is."  Do we always get it right?  Not always.  We’re not perfect, but when we get it wrong we acknowledge it, fix it, and try and do it better the next time.

On to the blotter!

20061987:  Found Property (Luggage)

20062976:  On June 24, 2020, at 9:26 a.m., Officer Blair assisted the Sublette County Sheriff’s office by monitoring the interview of a child.  Officer Blair is one of several officers at the Jackson Police Department trained to interview children.  It is one of the most challenging and sometimes heartbreaking jobs in law enforcement.  Thank you Officer Blair for taking on this difficult job.

20063048:  On June 24, 2020, at 4:26 p.m., Officer Blair was contacted by a father concerned about interactions a neighbor was having with his child.  Officer Blair is speaking with all parties involved to ensure the child is safe and that no crime is occurring.  

20063048:  Collision Hit & Run.

20063155:  On June 25, 2020, at 3:39 p.m., RO Swicegood contacted a 19 year old Victor, ID man who had a local warrant for his arrest.  He arrested the man without incident and had him booked into the Teton County Jail, so the judge can have a conversation with him.

20063180:  Collision Hit & Run.

Here is the other stuff we did.

Totals    Description
1    911 Open Line
2    Animal Control Complaint
1    Child in Need of Supervision
5    Citizen Assist
2    Code Enforcement
1    Collision
2    Collision Hit and Run
2    Collision with Injury
2    Commercial Alarm
1    Disturbance
1    Domestic Dispute (Verbal)
3    Driving Complaint
2    False Identification
1    Fire Alarm - Carbon Monoxide Residential
1    Fire Alarm - Commercial
1    Found Property
3    Illegal Camping
1    Investigate Fire
1    Lost Property
3    Medical Assist
2    Medical Transport
3    Motorist Assist
1    Noise Disturbance
1    Outside Agency Assist
6    Parking Complaint
2    Parking Rounds
1    Parking Violation
1    Suspicious Circumstances
1    Suspicious Person
14    Traffic Stop
3    Vehicle Identification Number Inspection
1    Warrant Arrest
1    Welfare Check
73    Totals



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