The overall objectives of police-community relations is to identify, evaluate, and respond to the needs of both the community and the Bellevue, Nebraska Police Department, in order to establish and maintain effective avenues of communication and a positive relationship with the citizens of Bellevue. Citizen participation and interaction with the police is fundamental to achieving effective law enforcement.
Please join us at our bi-monthly meetings on the second thursday of each month at the Bellevue Public Schools Welcome Center located at the corner of Highway 370 and Fort Crook Road at 7:00 p.m. (Be sure to check out our upcoming topics page for periodic meeting location changes)
The Bellevue Police Citizens Advisory Council meetings are open to the public. Every other month, the Police Department provides an oral update on the BPD and the community it serves. Any community problems/issues requiring special attention can be presented during this time.
Some of the typical issues addressed are:
>> Traffic and road problems
>> Illegal Vendors
>> Suspected criminal or gang activity
>> Zoning Violations, such as multiple families in a single family home and/or
>> Requests for special surveillance