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    The Kodiak Island Archipelago is located 252 air miles southwest of Anchorage. Kodiak’s diverse economy is based on commercial fishing and seafood processing, construction and development, international trade, timber and tourism. Kodiak’s ports are home to over 770 commercial fishing vessels, making it the largest commercial fishing port in Alaska. 

    The Kodiak Police Department (KPD) is the principal law enforcement agency and provides twenty-four patrol, criminal investigation support, animal control and parking enforcement services.

    The KPD Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) provides communication support and dispatch services to all police, fire and EMS agencies in Kodiak. 

    The KPD also operates the Kodiak Jail, the newest and busiest non-state jail in the entire State of Alaska.  

 


 

CONTACT US 
Kodiak Police Department
2160 Mill Bay Road
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
907.486.8000 Phone
907.486.8909 Fax
Dial 9-1-1 Emergency
Email: contactkpd@city.kodiak.ak.us

 

PUBLIC SAFETY BULLETINS & ALERTS

In order to provide you with time-sensitive urgent public safety alerts, The Kodiak Police Department participates in the Nixle Community Message Center. To register to receive Bulletins & Alerts follow this link.  Nixle is a FREE service!

       
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COFFEE WITH THE CHIEF          

A program to promote community outreach and involvement, and to provide citizens with an opportunity to have an informal question & answer session with the Chief of Police about topics of interest relative to law enforcement in the City of Kodiak. Bring your questions, comments, or concerns and join the Chief and other members of the Department for a cup of coffee and conversation.

 

Dates and locations to be announced.

VISION STATEMENT

    Individual members of the Kodiak Police Department are valued for their unique contributions. The Department is strengthened through the creativity and participation of each of its members.

    The Kodiak Police Department is committed to close and constant contact with our community members to help maintain the quality of life enjoyed and expected.

    The Kodiak Police Department is committed to furthering democratic values. Every action of the department reflects the importance of protecting constitutional rights and ensuring the basic personal freedoms of all citizens.

    Honesty and integrity are essential qualities of all members of the Kodiak Police Department. These qualities foster an environment where members are supportive of each other and a “family-like” trust exists.

   The Kodiak Police Department is committed to maintaining our high level of professionalism.

   The Kodiak Police Department is committed to a problem-solving partnership with the community as the means to maintaining public peace and order.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 The primary mission of the Kodiak Police Department is to coordinate and lead efforts within the community to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime, and generally provide assistance to persons in urgent situations.