City of San Bernardino Police Department Facebook Policy
“The Department continually strives in its commitment to the prevention of crime, the identification and apprehension of those who violate the rights of others, the preservation of peace within the community, and a safe environment for its citizens. The primary endeavor of SBPD is to provide the most efficient and effective use of available resources, in order to afford its residents the most desirable of municipal police services – and this Facebook page helps us in that effort. The purpose of this site is to provide useful information to the community and to serve as an outlet for safety and protection. We encourage dialogue with our page followers and welcome you to submit questions, comments, and concerns. We will do our best to address questions and/or concerns. In the event that a question is out of our scope, we will ask you to contact us via email or phone and connect you with an alternative representative, if possible. To ensure a positive experience for all audiences, the SBPD Chief Jarrod Burguan Page Administrators reserve the right to add, remove and edit any and all content on this page. The department does not allow submissions that contain vulgar language, negative or personal attacks of any kind, or offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Further, the San Bernardino Police Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; or (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks. Please note, the San Bernardino Police Department monitors the page to ensure its content is appropriate for all audiences. Thank you for supporting this page and respecting our policy.”
The San Bernardino Police Department was founded on May 15, 1905. Nine original officers provided law enforcement services to the citizens of San Bernardino. Today, over 350 sworn officers and about 150 civilian support personnel serve the citizens.
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