The Broken Arrow Police Department is located at 1101 N. 6th Street. We are committed to every contact being one that provides exceptional service and contributes to enhancing the quality of life for all members of our community.
Through the application of the core values of Professionalism, Integrity, Accountability, Courage and Compassion, the men and women of the Broken Arrow Police Department seek to provide exceptional service to the citizens of our community. We consistently strive to serve our residents by proactively addressing crime, preserving the peace, protecting life and property and by remaining committed to establishing partnerships within the community to focus on concerns and solve problems with fairness and in the best interest of all parties.
The Broken Arrow Police Department is staffed by 139 Police Officers and 57 civilian personnel. The Department is organized into four divisions: Administrative, Headquarters, Operations, and Support.
The Administrative Division is responsible for administrative functions of the Police Department, to include, internal affairs, policy and procedures, accreditation management, oversight of the department's property and evidence room, budgeting, purchasing, inventory control, and other activities as directed.
The Headquarters Division is responsible for the investigative functions of the Police Department, to include investigations of reported crime, as well as undercover investigations, sex offender registry, VOCA, grants management, planning and research, crime analysis, school resource officers, crime prevention activities, crime lab/technical investigations and other activities as directed.
The Operations Division is responsible for emergency field response to citizen's requests for service, conducting preliminary field investigations, and for problem solving related to repeat calls, hazards, conditions conducive to crime, fear factors, and other conditions that deter the creation and maintenance of safe neighborhoods, traffic, vehicle maintenance and purchase, and other activities as directed.
The Support Division is responsible for 9-1-1 operations, the processing and housing of prisoners, field response to animal problems and management of the animal shelter, maintenance of computer and communications systems to include NCIC and OLETS, processing, storing, and retrieving departmental investigative reports, training, recruiting and hiring, building maintenance, and other activities as directed.