Buena Park Police Department

According to the 2010 Census Bureau there are about 82,000 residents in Buena Park. There are 85 sworn police officers and 36 civilian members who are entrusted with the safety of the entire city. The Police Department is made up of three divisions that operate under the Chief of Police, Corey S. Sianez. Each one of these divisions have their own specialized section and units that are responsible for making sure that every part of the department is working properly.

 

Every person working at the Police Department work together to bring exceptional customer service to the community and its residents. The purpose of any police department is to reduce the crime rate and increase the quality of life to al that live in the city of Buena Park. Some divisions of the Buena Park Police Department include: Administration, the Patrol Unit, the Detective Bureau, and the Traffic Unit. All of these divisions must be able to work together in figuring out the best ways to keep the city safer through more innovative ways.

 

The police rely on the help of the public to find out what is going on in the streets when there are no police around. It is impossible for any officer to know every little crime that is committed at all times. The police department is open at all times for any person who would like to talk to a police officer or detective. Whenever someone is arrested in the city of Buena Park, they will most likely be taken to this police station where the inmate will go through the booking process.

 

Once the booking process is completed, the inmate will be held at the police station until he or she is transferred to the county jail or is bailed out of jail. The administration department will then send the arrest report and all of the charges to the North Justice Center. The North Justice Center is the courthouse that the inmate will have to go to in order to resolve his or her case against the police department.

 

If you have any questions about what the police department is doing for the community or if you would like to volunteer some of your free time helping in the community. The police at the Buena Park Police Department urge the community to stay in touch with the officers that protect them day in and day out in order for everyone to continue to live alongside each other peacefully.