Lone Peak Public Safety provides community Police services
to residences of the Alpine and Highland communities.
Brian J. Gwilliam
Chief of Police
Chief Brian J. Gwilliam has worked for the Lone Peak Public Safety District since 1995. He has been serving as Chief of Police for the cities of Alpine and Highland for the past 11 years. He started in Patrol, worked in Investigations, became a Patrol Sergeant and then Lieutenant/Patrol Commander. He had previously worked for the State Department of Corrections.
Chief Gwilliam currently serves on the Central Utah 911 Board of Operations, as an executive board member of the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial, on the advisory board for WOW Utah and as newly elected President of the Utah Chiefs of Police Association.
He is married with four children, 2 grandchildren and enjoys spending time with
them. His hobbies include tropical & marine aquariums, painting, and riding
He is grateful to be serving the residents of Alpine and Highland and is proud of the officers who serve these two great cities with
Police Chief of the Year
Officer of the year
In March 2018, Chief Brian J. Gwilliam and Officer Brett Wagstaff were both recognized by the Utah Chiefs of Police Association. Chief Gwilliam was awarded Chief of the Year and Officer Wagstaff received the Officer of the Year Awards.
5400 Civic Center Dr #3, Highland, UT 84003, USA
Phone (801) 756-9800
Fax (801) 763-1850
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fridays: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
After hours you can call Dispatch at: