Welcome to the Alaska Department Of Public Safety
First Responders in the Last Frontier

Public Safety Commissioner
Amanda Price,
Commissioner

Public Safety Deputy Commissioner
Leon Morgan,
Deputy Commissioner

Mission:

The mission of the Department of Public Safety is to ensure public safety and enforce fish and wildlife laws. 

Operating Procedures Manual:

Policy Overview - June 30th:

DPS-Policy-Overview-June-30,-2020.pdf

Divisions

Councils


No one should feel unsafe in their home. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, help is available. For a list of resources in Alaska, visit dps.alaska.gov/cdvsa/home.​


 
Alaska Amber Alert
 
Alaska Silver Alert
 
Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding for Local Public Safety Agencies 
CESF funds are available to local public safety agencies on a reimbursement basis and/or for DPS purchase of allowable expenditures. Please see the announcement  (Covid-19-for-Local-Public-Safety-Agency-Opportunity) for a list of allowable expenses and instructions on how to apply for funds.
 
Any questions and applications  (Covid-19-Reimbursement-Request) can be emailed to cesf.grant@alaska.gov.
Public Safety Press Releases

Troopers Respond to Apparent Domestic Violent Deaths in Rural Alaska

July 1, 2020, Anchorage – In less than 10 days, five people were killed in Western Alaska. The first was Lawrence Paul; he was killed in Grayling on June 22, 2020. Two women, Rhoda Adams of... Read More

Troopers Increase Patrols for Independence Day Holiday

July 1, 2020, Anchorage – Troopers will have extra patrols on the roadways and waterways to help ensure people safely reach their destinations for the Fourth of July holiday. Alaska State... Read More

Public Safety Academy to Graduate 33 Law Enforcement Officers

June 12, 2020, SITKA — A full house is expected tomorrow afternoon as 33 newly minted law enforcement officers march across the stage to receive their badges. To accommodate social distancing... Read More