City of One

Highly trained and dedicated professionals serving our community with respect and empathy

Submit an anonymous tip

You can submit a tip online, however all tips MUST include a phone number for verification purposes.

Submit a tip online

Get a copy of a report

The NBPD can give you a copy of a accident report or a criminal report - however certain restrictions apply.

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We want your feedback

We can’t live out our community policing philosophy without your input. Please participate in this brief survey to let us know how we’re doing.

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Commend an officer

Police officers put their lives at risk everyday to keep everyone in the city safe.  Tell us about your experience.

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File a report

Citizens can file reports for some incidents quickly and online. File a report online.

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Submit an anonymous tip

You can submit a tip online, however all tips MUST include a phone number for verification purposes.

Get a copy of a report

The NBPD can give you a copy of a accident report or a criminal report - however certain restrictions apply.

We want your feedback

We can’t live out our community policing philosophy without your input. Please participate in this brief survey to let us know how we’re doing.

Commend an officer

Police officers put their lives at risk everyday to keep everyone in the city safe.  Tell us about your experience.

File a report

Citizens can file reports for some incidents quickly and online. File a report online.

Community Policing

Across the country – both civilians and police—are hurting as they continue to cope with a global pandemic and racial injustice. Here at the NBPD, we feel this pain and we’re committed to ensuring the needs of our community are met through innovative programs rooted in the principles of a community policing philosophy.

Our officers are out there building bridges with members of the community to maintain healthy and ongoing dialogue. It’s that simple.

Developing these types of relationships isn’t new to the NBPD. Since 2017, it has been dedicated to serving at-risk youth, those experiencing poverty, mental illness, homelessness, addictions, domestic violence and other socio-economic plights through its broad community policing philosophy.

We don’t engage with members of our community using a one size fits all approach…