The mission of the Milpitas Police Department is to protect the lives and property of Milpitas residents and their guests. This, they said, can be accomplished through preserving community partnerships and by providing responsive, professional police services.
The Department was founded in 1954 and has grown throughout the years. Under the first Chief, the Milpitas Police Department had just one full-time Sergeant. Patrol duties at that time were handled by part-time Auxiliary Police Officers. At current, the department employs 95 sworn officers and 35 civilian personnel. These men and women work each day to ensure the city’s 65,000 residents remain safe from harm. Anyone arrested by Milpitas PD will likely be taken to the Elmwood Correctional Facility.
Milpitas Police Department
1275 North Milpitas Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
24-hour Milpitas bail bonds information: 408-899-5755
The values of the Milpitas Police Department are as stringent as they are comprehensive. They include preserving the department’s reputation by safeguarding the trust of the public; to interact with others in a professional, industrious, manner; to use team work and encourage creativity and to strengthen community participation in such a way it allows them to augment their ability to address quality of life issues and concerns.
Maintaining positive relationships across multi cultural lines is a key focus of the Milpitas Police Department, which is why they are so diligent in their mission to treat everyone professionally and courteously, regardless of race, religion or gender.
In addition to standard policing services the Department offers on-line incident reporting, provides courses for parents with problem teenagers, and consistently maintains its presence on a number of social networking websites. Under the direction of current Police Chief Dennis Graham the city’s crime rate has dropped to the lowest level seen since 1972.
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