Welcome to the Bradner Police Department!

We welcome you to our newly renovated website presence. We invite you to explore our site and see what the Bradner Police Department is all about!
Safe Medication Disposal

The Bradner Police Department now offers a safe way to dispose of their unused, expired and unwanted medications and drop them into a secure place where the police department will destroy them appropriately. Click here for more information.
Take Me Home Program

Bradner Police offer a free service called Take Me Home. This service assists individuals who may have trouble communicating with officers in the event they become lost or confused. Click here for more information and to sign up.
Bradner is Now Using GovPayNet!

You can now pay your Mayor's Court fines online, for a fee! Click here for more information.
The Bradner Police Department is Now Using Nixle!

Nixle is a text message and email mass notification system that allows the Bradner Police to communicate community, advisory, or emergency messages to their residents. Click here for more information to sign up, it's FREE!
House and Business Checks

Residents and business owners can take advantage of our House/Business Check Program.  By submitting a house/business check, Officers will check your property while you are on vacation or extended leave, to make sure it is secure.  Click here for more information.

Jeremy Salaz

Chief of Police

On behalf of all the officers at the Bradner Police Department, I would like to personally welcome you to the Bradner Police Department’s website presence.  The Bradner Police Department is committed to maintaining the quality of life our residents have come to enjoy, by providing professional, and courteous service. We are here to serve you, our citizens and visitors, through proactive patrol, community outreach programs, and citizen feedback.

We thank you for taking the time to visit our website, and we encourage feedback from our citizens and visitors.  Please do not hesitate to contact our department if you have any concerns or suggestions.


Jeremy Salaz
Chief of Police