Proud to protect and serve the community of Casper, Wyoming #BetterTogether
Who We Are
August 18th, 2019
August 15th, 2019
We hire heroes at the Casper Police Department.
August 10th, 2019
When we mess up, we make it right.
Recently, when responding to a call for service, Officer Fetter accidentally drove over a skateboard with his patrol vehicle. As any good Casper Police Officer would do, Officer Fetter stopped what he was doing to go get Dylan a new skateboard.
Dylan told us he wants to be a police officer one day. We’re thinking CPD Skateboard Patrol Officer sounds like the right fit for you!
💙Thank you to everyone who came to National Night Out! We had the time of our lives hanging with our awesome Casper community. We are so honored to serve each of you every day. There’s nowhere else we’d rather be.
This morning we spent some time with kiddos from Mountain Ridge akidemy, LLC. We talked all about the importance of listening to your teachers, not talking to strangers, and how police officers are always here to help! Before leaving, we explored the cop car and appointed some new Junior Casper Police Officers.
While exploring the States, Constable Perkin told us that turning right on red lights has been a bit of a challenge but she is loving driving on the right-hand side of the road.
👮♀️👮♂️🚔This weekend, we had the privilege of meeting and exchanging patches with London Police Constable Annie Perkin. We had the opportunity to talk about the similarities we have with our law enforcement friends across the pond as well as the differences.
We love it too, ma’am.
July 12, 2019
July 11, 2019
K9 Vinn showed off his skills during a training session where he apprehended K2TV‘s Dave Furtado for a news story about police dogs.
Dave played the role of “bad guy” while K9 Vinn shined in his role as a real good boy. 🐶
Thank you to K2TV for spending time with us to showcase our incredible police K9s. We appreciate the great news work you do for our community!
(no news reporters were harmed in the making of this video)
July 10, 2019
🤩Parade Day is one of our favorite days of the year. 😁 We love seeing the community come together to celebrate…well, our community!
It’s our honor to protect and serve the citizens of Casper every day of the year. Thank you for your support!
July 6, 2019
While you celebrated Independence Day, we responded to nearly 200 calls for service.
It’s our honor to be there for you every single day of the year, rain, shine, or fireworks. 🎆
📸photo by our very own Detective Stedille
July 5, 2019
There’s official police business at BGCCW this morning: to engage in bike rides and giant smiles!
During bike club, BGCCW members learn to repair and take care of bikes. What makes the process that much more enjoyable? A surprise visit from our Casper Police Department.
Officer Moyd’s visit was spent engaging with Club Kids and joining them in a bike ride around the courtyard. The buzz of energy was contagious as they gathered around a positive and encouraging role model while showing off their bike riding skills!
July 4, 2019
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June 22, 2019
🌿Yesterday, we had the privilege to serve at the Youth Crisis Center for the 2019 United Way Day of Caring. We love taking time to give back to our community, who has given so much to us!
🌟Together, we raised $3,493.16 for Special Olympics Wyoming!
We served up steamin’ steaks and sides along with Special Olympics Wyoming athletes all evening. The tips collected during that time will help these athletes continue to dominate their Special Olympics competitions throughout the year.
We are so honored to be a part of this organization but even more honored to have personal friendships with so many of these athletes. Thank you, Casper, for coming out and showing your support!
June 16, 2019
June 14, 2019
Yesterday, we had the great privilege of hanging out with Wyoming kiddos at Camp POSTCARD up on Casper Mountain.
Volunteers of America Northern Rockies provides a value-based program, targeted at fifth and sixth grade youth through direct involvement and mentoring with a variety of law enforcement and criminal justice professionals.
Camp POSTCARD (Peace Officers Striving To Create And Reinforce Dreams) is a free week-long camp designed to benefit the most deserving fifth and sixth graders.
For many of these youth, this represents his/her first camp experience and is a dream come true. This popular and successful program has proven to be an important opportunity to build strong relationships and valuable life skills that serve them, their families, and their communities.
Camp POSTCARD establishes positive bonds between the youth, law enforcement and criminal justice professionals building a relationship to help reduce crime and the use of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs. The experience provides a safe environment that stresses appropriate role models, ideals and values. Campers are allowed and expected to share their thoughts, feelings and ideas and learn the importance of self-respect and respect for others, teamwork, self-control and dignity.
Throughout the week, a variety of planned activities help youth build self-esteem, leadership and decision-making skills. This includes a number of specialized team-building activities and events. Youth also take part in outdoor activities such as rock climbing, police demonstrations, archery, concerts, crafts, riflery and guest speakers. Through this safe and positive environment, memories are created that last a lifetime.
Local law enforcement officers, school resource officers, school personnel and community members identify youth who would benefit from the camp experience. An important goal is to help empower youth to take more control of and responsibility for their own decisions, actions and, ultimately, their future. The program also increases awareness for schools, parents and communities about the issues that are important to youth.
Camp POSTCARD is held at: Outlaws Ranch in Custer, SD Lyons Camp on Casper Mountain, WY Beartooth Mountain Christian Ranch near Fishtail, MT
CPD Fraud Expert, Detective Shannon Daley, engaged with a full house this morning during our ‘Financial Exploitation’ seminar.
Detective Daley brought years of her own professional experience to help educate attendees on how they can avoid or protect someone they love from being the victim of financial exploitation. The presentation focused on protecting vulnerable adults such as our senior population.
If you missed this morning, there is one more chance to attend! It’s thisThursday, June 13th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at the Natrona County Public Safety Operations Center (PSOC), located at 441 Landmark Drive. No RSVP required.
The Casper Police Department is dedicated to all aspects of safety for our community. Help us protect our most vulnerable. We believe we are #BetterTogether.
June 10, 2019
🎈🎉🎂We received the best birthday invitation ever this weekend!
The Casper Police Department surprised seven-year-old Weylyn during his birthday party on Saturday in Paradise Valley. Weylyn’s Mom reached out to us and told us not many kids had RSVP’d to his party…so we jumped into our patrol cars and hurried over!
His dream is to become a police officer 👮♂️ and we wanted to show him that dreams do come true! Keep working hard, Weylyn and you’ve got a spot at the Casper Police Department waiting for you!
Help us wish Future Officer Weylyn, happy birthday! 💙
June 5, 2019
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June 3, 2019
Before new officer candidate testing Saturday morning, we kicked back with our candidates and CPD family at David Street Station. 🍔🌭 We’re proud to be a department that values family…and food. 😋
June 2, 2019
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May 14, 2019
We’ve been hanging out with some awesome kiddos during National Police Week!
Officers were terribly beaten in a game of dodgeball with third graders at Sagewood Elementary school yesterday and today were treated to lunch with second graders at Cottonwood Elementary.
The Casper Police Department is dedicated to Casper kids!
Officer Ty Mower has dedicated himself to the mission of Special Olympics Wyoming for over five years.
He’s spent countless hours helping to coordinate events. He says the amount of effort the athletes put into the competitions is immeasurable.
“When they see officers show up at their events to cheer them on, the excitement is un-containable! We want to take time out of our day to make theirs memorable. I love being around them.”
The Casper Police Department had the honor of participating in the Special Olympics Wyoming Law Enforcement Torch Run this morning.
While some officers ran a portion, a couple of our officers ran the entire 10.4 mile route. We were proud to help carry the flame through Casper as it makes its way to Laramie for the Special Olympics Summer Games that start on May 9th.
The Casper Police Department is dedicated to serving our community…even if that means running ten miles in the snow…in MAY. Thank you to Special Olympics Wyoming for your partnership.