Setting new standards of excellence in policing through Integrity, Innovation and Training.
Professionalism: We will present an image that commands the highest degree of confidence, knowledge and public trust.
Respect: We will respect diverse ideas, cultures and ethnicity, rendering services in a fair, courteous and dignified manner.
Integrity: We will conduct ourselves with unwavering high standards of honesty, trust and ethical behavior. We pledge to respond to the needs of all citizens with compassion, commitment and persistence.
The Broken Bow, NE Police Department serves a rural community of more than 3,500 residents in the center of Nebraska. Broken Bow is located along the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway (Highway 2), just 50 miles north of Interstate 80. It is the county seat of Custer County and the second largest county by area in the state.
The department has seven full-time officers and one full-time police secretary.
BBPD reaches out to citizens through programs such as Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) for students as well as presentations to clubs, service groups and other government agencies. Officers also assist with traffic control for various events.
"On behalf of the Broken Bow, Nebraska Police Department, I welcome you to our website. I encourage you to take your time and review our website, I believe you will find it to be very helpful and informative."
Chief Steve Scott