Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP)

The Billings Police Department’s Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is made up of four full-time officers.

The primary duty of the STEP unit is the enforcement of traffic laws. The STEP team concentrates its enforcement efforts on problem areas in Billings such as school zones, areas of concern reported by citizens and high accident locations. These efforts result in safer roadways and streets, fewer fatalities and injuries, and reduces property damage.

The Billings STEP program obtains annual grant funds from the Montana Department of Transportation. These funds are utilized to pay overtime costs for extra DUI patrols and traffic enforcement. Patrols are targeted during high traffic/large event times of the year that typically involve the consumption of alcohol, such as New Year’s Eve, Memorial Day Weekend, 4th of July and Labor Day Weekend.

new traffic police car | 2019

Billings PD STEP Unit
Sgt. Glenn Gunther
Ofc. Zachary Wallis
Ofc. Darren Stovall
Ofc. Richard Gilmore
Ofc. Brandon Ihde

Traffic FAQ’s

Q:  How do I report a traffic concern?
A:  Call the non-emergency dispatch center at 406-657-8200.

Q:  If I’m involved in an accident, can I move my vehicle out of the roadway to avoid another crash?
A:  Yes, if the vehicle can safely be moved and there are no injuries, the vehicles may be moved out of traffic.