The Roy City Police Department has two parking stalls at the Roy City Municipal Center located at 5051 S 1900 W. The two stalls are clearly marked "Exchange Zone" and located on the southeast side of the parking lot.
The goal of a "Safe Exchange Zone" is to cut down on potential fraud and robberies that can be associated with person-to-person purchase and exchange transactions.
While we recommend that these transactions take place during daytime hours, the lot is well-lit if you need to meet after dark. These spaces allow parking for 15 minutes. Also, the lot has video surveillance on it at all times.
While available for you to use to complete your exchange, our personnel may not participate or act as official witnesses in the transactions, nor are they available for legal advice or to settle civil or pricing disputes between parties involved in transactions occurring at this location.
Roy Police are hopeful that meeting a stranger in a public place while being recorded will make residents feel safer. Police also hope that this peace of mind will extend to those parents who need to exchange custody of their children.
Community Crime Map
LexisNexis® Community Crime Map connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
Community Crime Map goes beyond crime mapping by automatically alerting the public about recent crime activity and by improving communication between the public and law enforcement through anonymous tips. Community Crime Map empowers the public to make better decisions about crime by putting the same technology used by law enforcement to analyze and interpret crime activity into the hands of the public.
Identity Theft Reporting Information Systems (IRIS)
IRIS is a website operated by the Utah State Attorney General's Office and provides online ID theft reporting, scam and data breach notifications, and allows businesses and law enforcement to validate ID theft victims.
Weber-Morgan Narcotic Strike Force
Proper Disposal of Prescription Drugs
Is your medicine cabinet filled with expired drugs or medications you no longer use? Do you know how you should dispose of them? We can help!
Roy City Community Drug Take-Back Program
To dispose of prescription drugs not labeled to be flushed, you are welcome to take advantage of the Roy City Community Drug Take-Back Program. You may bring your medications to our drop off receptacle in the lobby of the police department.
When in doubt about proper disposal, talk to your pharmacist.
The drug take-back program has been more successful than we could have ever imagined. We had over fifty pounds of medications dropped in the receptacle during a single month.