Boise Police are keenly aware that safety of our
community is a partnership among all of us. The men and women of
the Boise Police Department are dedicated to protecting and serving
citizens, as well as educating and leading members of our community
to a safer tomorrow.
Citizens can get involved and learn how to keep themselves,
their families, neighborhoods and workplaces safer in a number of
ways. Learn more about the various options listed below by clicking
on the title to the left of this page.
The Boise Police Department has speakers on numerous topics,
from personal and workplace safety, to domestic violence awareness,
identity theft, K9 demos, and crime prevention. To request an
officer to come speak to your community group, fill out the
Police Speakers Bureau request form.
Volunteers offer a valuable service to officers
and citizens, and get a truly rewarding experience in return.
Volunteers are needed in a number of areas.
Neighbors watching out for neighbors is the most effective crime
prevention tool in any community. To learn more, or organize
a Neighborhood Watch in
The Boise Police Department offers a variety of community
events citizens can learn from and take part in.
Boise PD has a unit of officers specifically assigned to work on
long term neighborhood problems, from investigating drug houses, to
noise complaints and other safety issues. Neighborhood Contact
The Police Activities League partners with
youth in our community to create a brighter future for our