Support Services

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The goals of the Support Services Division are to support the patrol and detective divisions, to increase the quality of life of the citizens of Bozeman, and to encourage and promote positive interaction between the department and the community. In order to meet these goals, the division is staffed by a police captain, a police sergeant, a police officer serving as a Community Resource Officer, two animal control officers, a full-time and a seasonal code compliance officer, a fleet maintenance coordinator, a police information specialist, and several volunteers.   These staff members performs numerous functions, including equipment and vehicle purchasing and maintenance, officer hiring, departmental training, managing public relations events and activities, maintaining the website and social media sites, animal control education and enforcement, code compliance efforts, and a wide variety of other tasks.   This division is located at our substation at 30 North Rouse.

The Support Services Division is responsible for such things as:

  • Animal Control
  • Code Compliance
  • Fleet Purchasing and Maintenance
  • Department Training
  • Volunteer Program
  • Recruitment and Hiring
  • Public Education and Training
  • Uniform Purchasing
  • Equipment Purchasing and Maintenance
  • Community Outreach Programs, such as:   
    • Citizen's Police Academy
    • the Bozeman Police Landlord Partnership
    • National Night Out Against Crime
    • involvement in numerous neighborhood associations
  • Community Events:    
    • Shop with a Cop
    • Coffee with a Cop

The Support Services Division is located in our substation downtown at 30 North Rouse.

Call us at 406-582-2234
Email us at crimeprevention@bozeman.net
Visit us Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Closed on weekends and holidays.