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Law Enforcement Speaker
Boise Police Department features knowledgeable speakers from all areas of the police department available to give presentations on many areas of public safety. Topics include:
- Personal, Home and Workplace Safety
- Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
- Preventing Identity Theft, Fraud and Scam
- Drug & Alcohol Awareness Presentations / Drug Free Idaho
School and Classroom Visits
Members of BPD are also available to come speak to classrooms during the school year. They have presentations available on:
- Child Safety
- Internet Safety
Community Event Support
The Boise Police Department may be able to support your community event by sending one or more of the following:
- Boise Police Department Information Booth or Table
- Child Fingerprinting and Identification Program
- Officer accompanied by BPD's official mascot dog, Scout (after 10:00 a.m.)
- Bagpipes/Honor Guard
The Boise Police Department provides a limited number of facility tours to community groups by request.
If you are interested in a Ride Along with the Boise Police Department, please fill out the form below.
Shop With a Cop
The "Shop With A Cop" Program pairs a young person with an officer twice a year for a shopping excursion at a local retailer. Boise Police Officers, the Boise Police Association, and the Boise Police Victim Witness unit help fund the program and often times kids choose to purchase items to assist their parents and family. The back to school Shop with a Cop event allows underprivileged children a chance to obtain school supplies and the holiday event is centered around children involved with the Victim Witness Unit. Both events give kids a chance to interact with police in a positive environment. To make a donation to the Boise Police Association for Shop with a Cop, please fill out the form below.
Send a Message to Police
Thank you for contacting the Boise Police Department. Please fill out the form and someone from the department will be in touch with you.
If this is an emergency, please call 911.