CHUBBUCK POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Chubbuck Police Department is to provide the citizens, visitors, and businesses
within the City of Chubbuck safety, peace of mind and an environment conducive to growth within the resources provided
to us. We believe that our agency should be equal partners in teamwork with the people of our community. We
believe that, as a public service agency, we can facilitate this model though timely, honest, fair, competent and
We further believe ...
- in protecting human life above all else.
- in treating all people equally under the laws and ordinances
we enforce, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sex, national origin or sexual
- in treating all individuals, regardless of their attitude
or demeanor, with the same courtesy, respect, tolerance and dignity with which we
would expect to be treated if we were in a similar situation.
- that police services are enhanced and strengthened through partnerships with the community as a whole.
We actively seek community involvement to nurture a community atmosphere where citizens
can be free of unwarranted regulation and be treated with dignity and respect.
- in the preservation of human rights under the rule and spirit of the law.
This belief dictates that the end cannot justify the means, and punishment is not
the function of police officers.
- the community has the right to expect our police officers to act with fairness, impartiality,
integrity, professionalism and respect.
- that citizens must bear some of the responsibility for crime
prevention in their own neighborhoods. We strive to lead by example so that our
citizens will more readily show a measure of courage when the time and place for
This agency takes each point in this mission very seriously. To that end, we record almost every interaction
we have with the public for future review. If you feel that you have been mistreated by one of our officers
or other employees, we encourage you to contact either the Chief of Police or call the department's non-emergency
number, (208) 237-7172, and ask to speak to an on-duty supervisor who will assist you in the review process.