Services Division

The Services Division’s goal is to provide a professional quality service to community members, people visiting the City of Moscow, other city entities and the other divisions within the Moscow Police Department. The Services Division strives to accomplish this by implementing the five goals of the Moscow Police Department; Excellence, Integrity, Pride, Compassion and Service. The Services Division has a close working relationship with the City of Moscow Prosecutors office and the Latah County Prosecutors office. The Services Division also oversees and works closely with the Humane Society of the Palouse.

The Services Division consists of a Records Management Supervisor who’s duties include entering NIBRS (State and Federal crime reporting), entering information into the National Crime Information Center, Managing the Spillman reporting system, Processing reports for crimes against persons as well as case management.

The Property Manager manages all evidence, found property and items for safe keeping. The Property Manager processes requests for evidence from the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and oversees the City of Moscow auction.

The two Records Technicians duties include managing the reception area of the Moscow Police Department. This includes taking parking ticket payments and issuing parking permits. The Records Technicians also process Spillman reports for all property crimes within the City of Moscow.

The two Parking Enforcement Specialists duties include parking enforcement in the downtown Moscow area as well as the residential areas. Parking Enforcement handles complaints on 48 hour abandoned vehicles, deliver snow route notices to owners of vehicles on the roadway, place boots on vehicles with unpaid tickets, and handle billing notices for unpaid tickets.

The Code Enforcement Officer handles all animal complaints, complaints about snow removal, weed complaints, vision obstruction both on the roadway and sidewalks. The Code Enforcement officer also handles complaints about junk properties; i.e. vehicles and trash and impounds all abandoned bicycles.

The Investigation Unit investigates all major crimes and has specialized skills in collection of biological forensic evidence and computer forensic evidence, see the Investigations link for additional services.

James Fry
Lieutenant James Fry

​Contact Us

  • Emergency
    Call 911
  • Reception 
    Voice: 208.883.7054
    Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Fax: 208.882.4020
  • Dispatch
  • Drug Tip Line

We are located at:

Moscow Police Department
118 East Fourth Street
Moscow, Idaho 83843