Led by Chief Don Pedersen, the Culver City Police Department consists of 110 sworn officers and 50 staff members…More dedicated to keeping the residents, businesses and visitors of Culver City safe.
The Culver City Police Department is separated into three Bureaus.
The Patrol Bureau (Captain Dave Tankenson) manages field operations, patrol, and the City jail.
The Traffic Bureau (Captain Chris Gutierrez) includes motor officers, accident investigation, commercial traffic enforcement, parking enforcement, automated red light camera program, information technology, community and media relations, communications/dispatch, animal services, reserve officer corps, department volunteers.
Investigation/Administration (Assistant Chief of Police Scott Bixby) manages budget/grants, detectives, the crime impact team, identification, property, personnel and training and records.
The Professional Standards Unit works out of the Chief of Police's office and handles internal affairs for the police department.
Each Captain and the Assistant Chief reports to the Chief of Police.
The City Hall for Culver City -- "The Heart of Screenland" -- is the center of municipal administration and many of…More the city's services. The offices and departments here include: the city attorney, city clerk, community development, credit union, enforcement services, finance department, fire department, human resources, information technology, parks, recreation, community services, police department, public works and transportation. A full directory of departments and staff is available on the website. This building opened in 1995, replacing the original City Hall that was built in 1928.
Check the City's main calendar for City Council meetings, minutes, activities, and the City Hall schedule.