City of Buckley Police Department
The Administrative Division of the police department is comprised of the Office of the Chief, Communications and Records. This division is responsible for the budgeting and overall operations of the Police Department to include all police records functions, radio communications, professional standards, and personnel matters.
The Patrol Division is the largest and most visible division of the Police Department. Routine and emergency police services are provided to citizens within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Buckley, the Town of Wilkeson and the Town of Carbonado, 24-hours a day. The Patrol Unit is the initial response unit to all calls for service to the department, and may perform initial case investigation duties.
Officers of the Patrol Division also conduct traffic enforcement duties and the investigation of motor vehicle collisions that occur within the jurisdiction of the Police Department. Patrol officers may also perform community oriented policing, crime prevention, and some plain clothes operations. Several officers are members of specialized multi-jurisdictional teams, such as the Meth Lab Team and Special Response Team (SRT).
The Investigations Division is responsible for the investigation of all major crimes within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Buckley, the Town of Carbonado, and the Town of Wilkeson. Investigators are responsible for the investigation of the illegal distribution of narcotics and are active participants in the multi-agency Crime Scene Response Unit (CRU.) The Investigators also assist the Chief of Police with background investigations of potential new employees of the Police Department.
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