Roosevelt Police Department

Core Values 
  • Respect - Treating everyone with dignity, empathy and fairness
  • Integrity - Service that demonstrates honesty, professionalism and dedication
  • Fairness - Consistent, ethical and impartial treatment of everyone
  • Service - Proactively respond to the changing needs of the community and department through open communication, accountability and professionalism

Fingerprints & Background Checks


Regular fingerprints and background checks can be done during offices hours, Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment. Fees can be viewed on the Roosevelt City Fee Schedule.

Driver's License Fingerprints With Photo


Driver's license fingerprints and related services are available Mon-Thurs 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., or by appointment. The fee for this service is $20.

Requests for Police Records 

Victims have the right to obtain Police Records relating to their case. Please specify if you are requesting a record as a victim, or their authorized representative, pursuant to Utah Code 77-37 (Victim's Rights), or if you are making a request for Public Information under GRAMA.

Requests for records may be submitted several ways:

  1. Print and complete the Records Request form and fax it to 435-722-5000.
  2. Download and complete the Records Request form and submit via email to sbellon@rooseveltcity.com
  3. Submit a GRAMA request for records using the Utah Open Records Portal  
    *Please note, only GRAMA requests can be submitted through the portal. 
  4. Print and complete the Records Request form and submit it via mail or in person to:

Roosevelt City Recorder’s Office
Attn: Sunshine Bellon
255 S. State Street
Roosevelt, UT 84066


Keep the Peace


Non-emergency Keep the Peace and welfare check services may be conducted between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Remit the fees (if applicable) at the Front Counter, which is located in the Administration Department. Payment can be made with cash, debit or credit card.

Ride-Along Program


The Roosevelt Police Department (RPD) has a Ride-Along program that allows citizens to accompany a police officer in a patrol car while he or she is working. Any can apply to go on a Ride-Along if they meet the requirements set out by the Police Department.



Ride-Along Guidelines


The work and activities of law enforcement officers is inherently dangerous. Strict adherence to the guidelines is necessary to safeguard participants and to minimize the possibility of interference with normal RPD activities and obligations.