Community Services Unit
As part of the Battle Creek Police Department’s commitment to Community Oriented Policing, the Community Services Unit is dedicated to enhancing community connections between neighbors, and the officers that serve them. Through partnerships with businesses, organizations, and citizen groups we strive to provide programs for residents and especially children to enhance their quality of life in the Battle Creek Community. The Unit consists of a Sergeant and two grant funded civilian personnel.
Programs & Community Partnerships:
Some of the programs currently supported by the Community Services Unit are: Citizens Police Academy, Police Explorer Program, Be Safe Battle Creek – Byrne Grant Initiative, Police Athletic League (partner: New Level Sports), and Midnight Youth-Basketball Program (partners: YMCA, BCCF, New Age Cool People).
The Community Services Unit also organizes community events such as Halloween Trunk or Treat, National Night Out, Stuff the Truck-Toy Drive, and many more.
If you are a member of a group, organization, or business that would like to collaborate with the BCPD to bring an event or program to the citizens of Battle Creek, please contact Sgt. Chris Rabbitt.