Patrol Division

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Jeff Bahlmann
Police Captain
435-627-4310

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The Patrol Division is supervised by a Captain, 5 Lieutenants, 8 Sergeants, and 54 sworn officers, with 2 police K-9s and handlers.

The Patrol Division is the heart and soul of the St. George Police Department.  It is the largest and most recognizable Division within the Police Department.  If you have ever had contact with officers from the St. George Police Department, odds are that it started with an officer from this Division. Patrol Officers are called upon as the primary responder to most calls for service.  When not responding to calls for service, Patrol Officers conduct traffic enforcement, address quality of life issues, and conduct foot patrols through various locations around town. Patrol Officers are scheduled around the clock, every day of the year. Along with responding to citizens’ calls for service, and officers’ proactive patrol work; St. George City’s Community Action Teams (C.A.T) are coordinated through the patrol division. Community Action Teams are divided into regional areas within St George City. Officers are assigned to those areas to help you with any issues or questions you may have. You will become very familiar with the uniform officers of this Division if you take an active role in your area Community Action Team. These officers are eager to work with you to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods that affect you most.

 



Community Action Teams (CAT)

(Click the map below to find out which area you live in.)


Sgt Colby DeCamp
CAT 1/3
435-627-4318


Sgt Travis Willinger
CAT 6/8
435-627-4299


Sgt Tyler Beddoes
CAT - Hospital, Airport, Community Outreach
435-627-4348


Sgt Wade Johnson
CAT 2/4
435-627-4307


Sgt Joe Watson
CAT 9
435-627-4356


Sgt Ben Tufuga
CAT 5/7
435-627-4322


Sgt Cameron McCullough
CAT 10
435-627-4340


Sgt Brett Huish
CAT 10
435-627-4942

K9 Unit

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The St. George Police Department has three (3) K-9s whose primary focus is on narcotic detection.  Two K-9s are actively assigned to Patrol Schedules and the third is operating with the Washington County Drug Task Force.  We have had a long standing K-9 program dating back several decades.  Our K-9 handlers love their jobs and the bonds they forge with their dogs.  (the officers can't help but enjoy visits from the dogs as well - especially Emma).  

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