Citizen Complaint Form
Dear Concerned Citizen,
This letter is to assist you in registering a complaint against an employee or officer of the Williston Police Department . To facilitate this process, I ask that the attached complaint form be completed and returned to the department as soon as possible.
If you are completing the form at our office, please submit to the on-duty supervisor. You may download and email or mail a completed form to:
Williston Police Department
Attn: Captain Armstrong
223 E. Broadway Ste. #201
Williston, ND 58801
Your complaint will receive a full investigation. The assigned supervisor overseeing the inquiry will contact you with the outcome once the matter has been fully investigated. They may also contact you during the inquiry with additional questions.
Please be assured that we strive to provide the best possible police service for our community and are appreciative when citizens bring matters of concern to our attention. It is our goal to investigate these matters, so they can be resolved to the benefit of the department and the community.
Chief of Police
Records requests can be taken care of:
- Online: By completing the following form
- Telephone: 701.577.1212
- Mail: Williston Police Department, Attn: Records Department, 223 E Broadway, Ste. 201, Williston, ND 58801
Ride-A-Long Request Form
The above linked form must be filled out and signed in the presence of a supervisor before a ride along can be approved.
All participants will be subject to a criminal history check prior to the ride along. All participants will be required to sign a waiver and provide identification prior to riding. Juvenile participants will need parent or guardian approval prior to riding. The parent or guardian must be present when the waiver is signed and must also sign the waiver. Participants will only be allowed one ride along every six months. Ride alongs will only be conducted between the hours of 10am and 11pm. Sandals, t-shirts, tank tops, shorts, and ripped or torn blue jeans are not permitted. Hats and ball caps will not be worn in the police vehicle. The Shift Lieutenant or field supervisor may refuse a ride along to anyone not properly dressed. The Shift Supervisor also has the discretion to deny or end the ride along if they deem it necessary.