The Powell Police Department Offers the following services:
Vehicle Identification Number Inspections
The inspection involves physically verifying the vehicle identification number on the vehicle and is a theft prevention measure. VIN inspections are required on all vehicle transactions, except for never titled vehicles with Manufacturers Statement of Origin and Wyoming title transfers. VIN inspections are required by state law. The inspection verifies that the vehicle you purchased belongs to the documents given to you. If your title has an incorrect VIN you will have trouble selling the vehicle or proving you are the rightful owner.
There is a $10 fee for VIN Inspections
Fingerprinting: $5 fee per card
Notary Services: $5 fee per document
Local Background checks
A Records Check request form will need to be completed. The form can be picked up at the Powell Police Department or you can print the form from this website. Make sure to include all of your biographical information to ensure the accuracy of the record check. A photo ID will need to be presented at the time of the request. A $5.00 fee will be charged for this process and will need to be paid upon submittal of your request. This will provide only Powell Police records, for a general criminal history, your request must be submitted to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
Operation Blue Angel
"Operation Blue Angel" is a FREE program currently used by the Powell Police Department and the Park County Sheriff's Office. The purpose is to provide access into a residence for Emergency First Responders in the event of a medical emergency where the resident is unable to open the door. The program provides a lockbox that contains a key to your residence, which will be secured to an undisclosed location.
In order to obtain a police report, a request form will have to be completed and submitted. It will then be determined if the case has been adjudicated. If the case has not been adjudicated, the report will not be released. For cases that have been referred for prosecution, you may request a copy from the prosecuting attorney. If it is approved for release, you will be notified when it is ready and a fee of $1.00 for the first page and $.50 per each additional black and white page will be charged.
Motor Vehicle Crash Reports
Motor Vehicle Crash reports
A release of a Motor Vehicle Crash Report may be obtained in person at the Powell Police Department. A fee of $1.00 for the first page and $.50 per each additional black and white page will be charged.
Security Camera Datatbase
The Powell Police Department is creating a contact list for residences and businesses with security cameras throughout the city. This program will allow Officers to quickly and more efficiently contact residents who may have captured video of an incident which we are investigating. Participation in this program is completely voluntary, and your information will be kept strictly confidential. If you would like to join the program, click the link below and print and fill out the application, and mail or drop it off to the Police Department. Applications are also available in person at the Police Department.
Thank you for partnering with us to keep Powell a safe place to live.
Download a registration form here:
Submit your information ONLINE here:
House Watch Program
The House Watch Program is designed to provide Powell homeowners a means of having their residence checked periodically by an officer when they are away from home on vacation or an extended weekend.
In order for a residence to be placed on a house watch, the following criteria should be met:
Your house must be located within Powell city limits
The residence must be vacated for more than 72 hours
No other people may be going into or around the residence while it is unoccupied
The occupant must have established residency at the location
The residence may not remain on the watch for more than three months.
Contact the Powell Police Department at 754-2212 to request a house watch.
Are you OK ? Program
This program provides Seniors, living at home alone with/without family members in the area to be checked on weekly or up to 7 days a week by an automated service.
How does this work?
If the subscriber answers the phone a recorded message will identify the call as the Are you OK? Program and instruct the person answering the telephone to do one of two things:
1. If the subscriber is OK and NOT in need of assistance, the subscriber will be instructed to replace the receiver OR
2. If the subscriber is in need of assistance, he/she will be instructed to replace the receiver and call 911 for assistance.
If the subscriber does not answer the phone after a set number of rings the computer will hang up and dial the number again at an interval between 5 and 15 minutes. If the subscriber still does not answer the telephone after the set number of rings, the computer will sound an alarm and a printout will be made and an alert issued. A Powell Police Dispatcher or a Police Officer will then telephone the person or persons designated by the subscriber. The dispatcher or Police Officer will then explain the situation and ask the designated person, (next of kin, relative, friend, or neighbor to find out what the problem is and render whatever assistance he/she can and if needed, contact the Powell Police department for police or medical assistance.
Download a registration form here:
The Powell Police Department has implemented a Special Needs Alert Program (SNAP) for its residents which is utilized for a variety of families/individuals who may be disabled or have certain medical issues.
The purpose of this cost-free program is to help citizens who require assistance from a first responder to identify any special needs of the resident and to effectively communicate without issue. Our goal is to continue to provide the most efficient and professional service to our community.
The program is voluntary for individuals living with:
Autism or Special Needs
Family members can register themselves or their loved ones in person at the Powell Police Department or by completing our online form below.
The information is confidential and only accessible by the Powell Police Department.
The database will contain pedigree and contact information, and a computed-aided dispatch alert will be placed on the residence so responding personnel knows the conditions prior to arriving.
Click here for the Registration Form: