Police Department

The Moscow Police Department's mission is to provide public safety services that are designed to fairly, efficiently, and effectively prevent crime and safeguard lives and property. We will provide professional police services by inviting public participation resulting in a community atmosphere where citizens are free of unnecessary regulation and are treated with dignity and respect. Our personnel will maintain high ethical standards, training, and professional development. Our goal is to provide a community that is safe, secure and a pleasant place to live and visit.

The department, also known as MPD, consists of thirty-four commissioned peace officers and eight civilian support members who strive daily to deliver exceptional enforcement and educational services to our community. The City of Moscow is home to the University of Idaho. In our partnership with the university our members provide contracted law enforcement services to the campus community and operate a substation within the Idaho Commons building. Our unique relationship with the University of Idaho allows us to make the most of providing municipal law enforcement to the City of Moscow and public safety services to campus

The department employs a community oriented policing philosophy to improve the quality of life through community partnerships and problem solving approaches. We are a state accredited agency and adhere to all the comprehensive professional standards and best practices of contemporary law enforcement organizations as recognized by the Idaho Chiefs of Police Association.

Chief of Police, David DukeChief of Police - David Duke

Contact Us

  • Emergency
    Call 911
  • Reception 
    208.883.7054
    Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Dispatch
    208.882.2677
  • Drug Tip Line
    208.892.3898

We are located at:

Moscow Police Department
118 East Fourth Street
Moscow, Idaho 83843
Fax: 208.882.4020