About Saint Paul Island
St. Paul Island is in the middle of the Bering Sea, 750 miles west of Anchorage. With a sub-Arctic maritime climate, the temperatures vary from 19 to 51 degrees Fahrenheit. The landscape features towering rocky cliffs, sandy beaches and rolling hills. Around 500 people call Saint Paul home, which has the largest Aleut population in the world, many of the island locals commercial fish for crab and halibut. Wildlife is abundant, with over 200 species of birds, Northern Fur Seals, Harbor Seals, Steller Sea Lions, Walrus, Orca and Grey Whales, Blue Fox and Reindeer. In spring, wildflowers begin to decorate the meritime tundra landscape. There are more than 100 species of wildflowers.
It is the mission of the Saint Paul Police Department to maintain order, preserve and protect the life, peace and property of the citizens of Saint Paul. The Department is committed to safe-guarding the rights and freedoms of every individual within our community with fairness, compassion and excellence.
Without the support and cooperation from the community and its citizens, our ability to effectively perform our job is greatly restricted. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our department at:
PO Box 901
Saint Paul Island, Alaska 99660
Phone: (907) 546-3130
Fax: (907) 546-3194