The Department of Public Safety can only continue to grow with the assistance of the community and Tribal Council. Please feel free to contact the Department of Public Safety with any suggestions, comments or concerns. All feedback is greatly appreciated and will be taken into careful consideration.
The TRTPD Community Service Officer (CSO) division totals five Officers that assist and respond to calls with TRTPD Sworn Police Officers. They rotate monthly shifts at the TRTPD high country access post that greatly assist in monitoring traffic/personnel entering the mountainous area. The CSO division also assists Eagle Mountain Casino (EMC) events as well as community events as needed. Most have their PC 832 (laws of arrest) training as well as specialized training through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (F.L.E.T.C.) pertaining to courtroom duties.
The TRTPD Police Officer/High Country Ranger division totals five officers; all have Special Law Enforcement Commission (SLEC) through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) recognizing them as federal police officers. We recently have implemented a
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