Parking Control/Nuisance

Parking Control/Nuisance

The Rock Springs Police Department Parking and Nuisance Control Division is composed of two Officers, one Community Service Officer, and is supervised by the Admin Sergeant.

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Pictured left to right:
  • Kevin Rasmussen - Parking and Nuisance Control
  • Ken Lorimer - Community Service Officer
  • Julia Nieto - Parking and Nuisance Control

Parking and Nuisance Control Division hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

The Parking and Nuisance Control Division is responsible for patrolling city areas to enforce parking laws; and to assist and perform other related traffic control. Provides funeral escorts. Identifying noxious weeds as defined by city ordinance and takes action for the enforcement of nuisance laws. Serves as a courier between the Police Department and various locations and agencies. Provides finger printing to the public at a $5.00 charge. The Parking and Nuisance Control Division not only assists police officers on a daily basis, but many public and outside agencies as well.

In addition, Ken Lorimer is our Community Service Officer. Ken's duties cover a large scope of various duties and is designed to more efficiently perform duties otherwise performed by patrol officers. 

The main duty of the community service officer is to perform court security and court bailiff duties for the Rock Springs Municipal Court. Other responsibilities include fingerprinting, walk-in VIN checks, breath tests, traffic management for major events, radar instructor/coordinator, firearms instructor, shotgun armorer, and other ancillary police functions.

The Community Service Office is responsible for coordinating Training Intervention Procedures (TiPS) sessions for liquor services. Currently the RSPD hosts one TiPS class every other month for servers performing liquor service duties with various civic organizations (concessions), and one class every other month for liquor servers employed in bars, saloons, and restaurants. The TiPS program, developed by the Hospitality Industry, for the Hospitality Industry, and is designed to help liquor servers increase their skills to insure liquor establishments serve alcohol in a safe and responsible manner and in a profitable manner. The Rock Springs Police Department provides these classes free of charge. 

Police/Community relations remains an important part of the Rock Springs Police mission. The Community Service Officer schedules and provides tours of the police department facilities to various youth and civic groups. The CSO reaches out to provide crime prevention practices through information sharing at community events such as the Sweetwater County Baby Shower, Fast Cars and Foster Kids, Farmer's Market, International Days, and Community Awareness Fair as well as the DEA National Drug Take-Back Initiative. Ken Lorimer also visits with local civic groups to provide information concerning scams, human trafficking, domestic violence awareness, and other items of community concern.

Need your fingerprints taken for your job?

Fingerprinting is available from 8 am - 4:30 pm, bring a valid picture ID, and each set of cards are $5.00.

 

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