Cupertino Police Department services are currently contracted to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department. This city is relatively small compared to others within the county, having just over 58,000 residents.
Cupertino Police Department services are headquartered out of the West Valley Substation. This division has eighty-seven employees, consisting of both sworn and civilian personnel. It is led by Captain Ken Binder, who also serves as the Cupertino Chief of Police.
Cupertino Police Department
West Valley Substation
1601 S. De Anza Blvd #148
Cupertino, CA 95014
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The Cupertino Police Department provides police services to the city of Cupertino, Los Altos Hills, Moffett, Saratoga and other unincorporated communities in the western portion of Santa Clara County. 28 Sheriff’s deputies are assigned specifically to Cupertino. Most are assigned to 24-hour patrol duties. Three are assigned to the Motorcycle Unit, four to traffic enforcement, two are assigned as School Resource Officers and one handles school-related enforcement incidents.
In addition to policing services, the department also provides child fingerprinting, teen academy, property ID programs, child safety seat inspections and vacation checks.
When someone is arrested by the Cupertino PD they will be transported to either the Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas or the Main Jail Complex in San Jose in order to be booked and processed. Cupertino bail bonds can be posted 24-hours a day at either location.
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