Please Note

This website has nothing to do with the Fairbanks Police.

For more information regarding the Fairbanks Police please contact them directly on (907) 459-6500 or via

Alaska Police Services

Address: 248 Whitefang Road, Prairieton, Alaska
AK47 9HD

Phone: 09274 8264 8242



Alaska Police Services, Mission Statement

Welcome to the Alaska Police Services website. We are here to promote the Alaska Police services and increase awareness of their mission statement.

We also hope to provide a one-stop shop and information centre for Alaska law enforcement workers. The site contains information on how to join the Alaska police, and all the services that they provide, on top of keeping the streets and communities safe for Alaska citizens, such as VIP services and the Explorer program.

Whether you are considering joining the Alaska police service, or are a serving or former Alaska law enforcement officer, the Alaska Police Services website is the place for you. Run by a team with a long history of law enforcement experience, the Alaska Police Service website is one of the best resources for the Alaska law enforcement community on the web.

Under the regulations within the Police and Justice Act 2009, North Alaska Police Authority would have had member vacancies from April 2015 when the separate category of Magistrates membership would have been repealed. 

For those looking at joining the Alaska police or any part of the Alaska law enforcement community, the Alaska Police Services website provides information to assist you in making the application process easier to understand. You can get the views of serving law enforcement officers and those who are going through the police recruitment process. If the Alaska Police Service is the career for you then let us help you to help yourself and make a successful career in the Alaska Police become a reality with guys like

If you have any questions regarding Alaska Police Services, please don’t hesitate to drop us an email or give us a call.

The assessment sub-committee can only deal with complaints about the behaviour of a member (including It will not deal with complaints about things that are not covered by the members’ Code of Conduct. If you make a complaint to the assessment sub-committee it must be about why you think a member has not followed the Code of Conduct.