The Patrol/Paramedic Division is staffed by 42 full-time Deputy Sheriff/Paramedics supported by 10 part-time personnel. The Deputies in the Patrol Division are uniformed personnel driving marked law enforcement vehicles that provide high profile patrol, targeted patrol and crime detection. The Division responds to calls for service from the public and participates in community-oriented policing efforts. They perform the initial investigation of criminal activities and are able to solve a significant percentage of those cases.
Davis County is known nationally for its cost effective and dual-role Paramedic program. The Patrol/Paramedic Division provides the most economical, quality Paramedic service in the entire State of Utah and is among the most competent, highly trained law enforcement and medical professionals in the United States. The dual function is a very efficient and practical use of manpower. These Deputies respond to all types of police and medical emergencies, 24/7.
This Division is also responsible for Bike Patrol, Canyon Patrol of Forest Service area, the Motor Squad, and K-9 program. We also manage the Special Weapons and Tactics/Paramedic Tactical Rescue Unit (SWAT/PTRU Team, DARE program, Mobile Command Center (MCC) and Search and Rescue (SAR)).