This year's National Night Out was amazing success! We would like to thank all of those who participated, both community members and officers alike. We cannot wait to do it all again next year. In the meantime, enjoy these pictures from the 2018 NNO.
Each year on the first Tuesday in August, the community, the police department, the fire department, and other city staff come together to meet and discuss what is going on in the city of Burlington. National Night Out is a great opportunity for community...
The department is always looking for individuals who are eager to serve in their community. If you are interested in joining our team, you can apply here.
The Burlington Police Department would like to encourage citizens to establish a routine at 9 p.m. every night. Citizens should make it a habit to lock their car and house, bring in valuables, and turn on outside lights.
The department frequently gives the community a glimpse into the workings of the BPD. In this most recent episode, Officer Harris-Stewart covers what National Night Out is.
The Citizens' Academy is a chance for citizens to get an inside look at how the BPD works. You will learn how to collect evidence, use Radar guns, hear from the Chief, drive a patrol vehicle, and more. Registration is open for the Fall 2018 class.
We offer a ride-along program to Burlington residents. The program allows citizens to accompany patrol officers while on duty so they may get a glimpse into what it is like to patrol the City of Burlington. If you are interested in going on a ride-along
The department provides weekly updates to the top 10 most wanted individuals in the city. Follow the link below to read more about our most wanted and to see who is on the list this week.
The Burlington Police Department appreciates the community’s assistance in locating wanted individuals. These persons are believed to reside in or frequent the Burlington area. All of these individuals are wanted on felony charges and/or probati...
Citizens are asked to call Crimestoppers with any information regarding crime. All calls are kept in complete confidence. Citizens supplying information leading to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $2,500.00.