Police & Fire

Park City Police: retirement and two new members

PARK CITY, Utah. — Park City Police Department Captain Phil Kirk announced the retirement of Officer Trent Jarman, a 23-year veteran of law enforcement. His last day in service is June 4th the first Friday of June which is also National Donut Day!

Officer Jarman is a 23-year veteran of law enforcement who started his career working in 1998 at the Utah State Prison where he was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2001. Photo: PCPD

Officer Jarman was hired in 2004 as a Reserve Officer and then as a full-time officer in 2005. During his tenure, he has been a Detective, Firearms Instructor, LASER Certified Active Shooter Response  Instructor, Threat Assessment Certified Practitioner, Mental Health Crisis Response Team Member, Sex Offender Registry Representative (since inception), Multi-Discipline Team Member with Children’s Justice, Federal, State, Local Probation Liaison, Traffic Officer, Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Board Member three different times, and his favorite assignment of School Resource Officer (SRO)

Officer Kilpack and his wife Alyssa have three children and are looking to move to the Wasatch back to be closer to the community in which he serves. Photo: PCPD

Also, Captain Phil Kirk announced the hiring of two new officers, Clayton Eves and Braeden Kilpack.

Officer Eves comes to Park City with 15+ years as a law enforcement officer in Utah.  Officer Eves has experience as a correctional officer, court bailiff, and patrol deputy. Officer Eves has held specialty assignments including being a SWAT team member, Crisis Intervention Team Officer, and has been a Field Training Officer. Officer Eves has received numerous commendations during his law enforcement career, including receiving a life-saving award three separate times. Eves resides on the Wasatch back with his wife Kiley, and two children.

Officer Braeden Kilpack has been a law enforcement officer in the Salt Lake Valley for the past 3+ years. Officer Kilpack has held assignments as a law enforcement officer as a Field Training Officer, SWAT team member, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Traffic Team member, and a background investigator. Prior to Officer Kilpack’s law enforcement career, he served in the 101st Airborne Division where he was an Infantryman. Officer Kilpack served his country in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom.

Officer Kilpack and his wife Alyssa have three children and are looking to move to the Wasatch back to be closer to the community in which he serves.

Both Officer Eves and Officer Kilpack have come highly respected and recommended by their law enforcement peers. The Park City Police Department is excited about adding both of these officers to the team!

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