The Utah Department of Public Safety releases new video In light of the recent terror attacks in Paris, the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) reminds everyone to be vigilant and report suspicious activity to your local law enforcement agency. “If you See Something, Say Something” The Utah DPS Statewide Information and Analysis Center (SIAC) […]
Thanks to our Division of Emergency Management public information officer Joe Dougherty for producing this touching tribute to the dear people who lost their lives during our recent flash flooding in Washington County. Joe really captured the caring spirit of cooperation that we saw during this tragedy. Recently, Joe has been pioneering the use of […]
The Housing and Community Development Division of the Department of Workforce Services will hold a public hearing to solicit citizen comment on an application for a Disaster Resiliency grant through HUD. The grant is to mitigate damage along the Weber River from the floods of 2011. There will be an open house on October 7, […]
Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner, and Homeland Security Advisor Keith D. Squires, discusses the growing threat of cyber intrusion to public agencies. Commissioner Squires discusses what Utah is doing to develop what FBI Director James Comey calls “a national model for investigating cyber crime”.
DPS/UHP Administrators are very disappointed in some of the news coverage concerning trooper Neil Green’s credibility issue, and how some are portraying this to be a cover up from our agency. Since his appointment in July 2013, Commissioner Squires has insisted that DPS operate as transparently as possible. As stated previously, as soon as administrators […]
New Department Of Public Safety Logo Commissioner Keith D. Squires is pleased to announce that he has chosen a new logo for the Utah Department of Public Safety, (DPS). This has been a slow and deliberate process that began early this year when we surveyed employees to see if consideration of a new logo was […]