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Welcome from Chief Haug

Posted in: Administration

Chief R. Scot Haug
As Chief of Police, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Post Falls Police Department online. The Post Falls Police Department is comprised of dedicated professional employees who are committed to our community.

As a department, we are proud of the partnership and cooperation we share with our community. We are committed to working together to make certain that our community is a safe place to live, work and visit.

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Licenses and Citations Now Pay Online and Save Time

Posted in: Administration

PFPD Online Store

The PFPD Store is a fast, secure and convenient way to pay for your dog license, traffic citation and other payment needs with the Post Falls Police Department. We can also take your reservation for traffic school and help you take care of a VIN inspection. We now accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Cards.

Note: If you are paying a Uniform Citation please visit the Kootenai County Website - Click Here

For all other transactions, click the links below.

The City of Post Falls' third party provider will be charging a 2.95% convenience fee* on ALL credit card and debit card transactions. Click any of the buttons below to accept and continue. *The City of Post Falls does not retain any portion of the convenience fee.


Phone Scam Alert

Posted in: Press Releases

Based on a recent citizen report, a phone scam has likely hit our area. According to online information, 661-748-0240 is a Skype number used by cyber criminals to fool unaware people and swindle their money.

Dog Adoptions

Posted in: Animal Safety

Post Falls Police Department’s animal shelter, the Canine Control Center (CCC), facilitates the adoption of dogs we have impounded under specific guidelines and conditions. Our goal is to place unclaimed dogs into permanent, loving homes or rescue organizations through an easy, affordable adoption process.   

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Block Watch Newsletters

Posted in: Community Services

In Post Falls, we have citizens who come together to form Block Watch groups in their neighborhoods. These groups play a vital role in crime prevention within our city.

Being part of a Block Watch is different than in the past. It does not require a daily walk through your neighborhood. We encourage you to socialize with your neighbors and get to know a bit about them and the vehicles that are usually at their home. If you see something out of the ordinary, you can call the police. Block Watch groups have been proven to help prevent crime and catch criminals.

Download attachment(s): [ City District Map ] [ April 2015 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ January 2015 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ October 2014 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ July 2014 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ April 2014 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ October 2013 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ July 2013 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ April 2013 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ January 2013 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ October 2012 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ July 2012 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ April 2012 Block Watch Newsletter ] [ January 2012 Block Watch Newsletter ]

Open Position: Police Officer for Code Enforcement

Posted in: Press Releases, Employment

The City of Post Falls Police Department is accepting applications for Lateral and/or POST-Certifiable Officers for Code Enforcement.

Download attachment(s): [ Patrol Officer Code Enforcement Specifications ] [ Patrol Officer Code Enforcement Application ]